Precious will be presenting a poster titled, “Sub-wavelength nanopatterning via optical saturable transitions” and Amihai will be presenting a poster titled, “Interferometric Localization Microscopy,” at the Near-Field Optics, Nanophotonics and Related Technologies (NFO) Conference next week at the Snowbird resort in Utah.
Peng’s recent work on using singular-value decomposition and regularization to perform matrix inversion as a means to drastically speed up the computational spectroscopy problem was recently published in Optics Express. This is an extremely important advancement that can enable high-speed computational imaging. Paper is freely available here.
Our recent paper on the cannula microscope was featured on a local TV news station. Details are here.
Our recent paper in APL generated media coverage at these sites: Technology.org, Phys.org, DeviceSpace, Azonano, ScienceDaily, DailyNews, NeuroscienceNews, Gizmag, eScienceNews, Freenewspos, Rorero (Italy), The Asian Age, TMCnet, Medical News Today.
Ganghun’s paper titled “An ultrasmall 3D computational microscope” was published in Applied Physics Letters. This paper describes how we converted a needle into a microscope. Such a microscope can be used for deep brain imaging and optogenetics. Paper is available here. Press release from the U is available here.
Our group will give 3 talks (1 invited) at the OSA IS conference in Seattle this week. See here for details.
The College of Engineering maintains this website to assist in obtaining post-doctoral funding. Prospective post-docs need to apply for what they qualify for.