Hunter presents at Capitol Hill!

Hunter presented his research at the “Research on Capitol Hill” event. The title of his poster was “Ultra-fast 3d printing via projection stereolithography.” The event was highlighted in the Deseret News and the Daily Utah Chronicle.

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Papers among top downloads in Optica & Optics Letters

Two recent papers were among the top downloads in Optica (Oct-Dec, 2015) and Optics Letters (Dec. 2015)! These were: P. Wang and R. Menon, “Ultra-high sensitivity color imaging via a transparent diffractive-filter array and computational optics,” Optica 2(11) 933-939 (2015) and B. Shen, R. C. Polson and R. Menon, “Metamaterial-waveguide bends with effective bend radius < λ0/2,” Opt. Lett. 40(24) 5750-5753 (2015).

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Paper selected as one of the Best in 2015 by Opli

Paper describing our computational multi-spectral camera that enables the best low-light photography was selected as one of the best in 2015 by Opli. See article here.

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Rajesh quoted on new Nature paper

A new paper in Nature from CU, Berkeley & MIT describes the integration of photonics and electronics with almost no change to the CMOS manufacturing process. Rajesh was quoted as a photonics expert in a press report regarding the article here.

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Nanofab holiday card highlights Bing’s metamaterial device

The holiday card from the Utah nanofab used Bing’s metamaterial waveguide to represent the skyline of Bethlehem.  Happy Holidays! image001

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Congratulations to Nikole for UROP award!

Nikole won a UROP award for Spring 2016 to perform research on imaging through diffusive media. UROP is a fantastic program that allows undergraduates to perform research on real problems. The next deadline for Summer 2016 is March 25, 2016.

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Hun presents at the Brain Initiative Meeting

Ganghun Kim presented a poster at the Brain Initiative Investigators Meeting in Washington DC, Dec. 10-11, 2015. The poster was titled, “Cannula microscope for deep tissue in vivo neural imaging.”

Prof. Jason Shepherd explaining the poster.

Prof. Jason Shepherd explaining the poster.

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