Our paper on achromatic-diffractive lenses (freely available here) was among the top 100 read articles out of over 20,000 published in Scientific Reports in 2016! Congratulations to Nabil and Peng for this recognition.
Hun’s research on deep-brain imaging using computational-cannula microscopy was recently published in Scientific Reports, available for free here. The research was also highlighted in the press: Continue reading
Rajesh will present a talk titled, “Computational cannula microscopy for simple, fast, inexpensive imaging of the deep brain,” at the University of Utah 2017 Brain Initiative Symposium on March 3.
Paper submissions are now open for OSA’s COSI and IS conferences. Please consider submitting and attending this really great topical meeting. Details are here.
Rachael Palmer and Allison Kachel both won UROP awards for Spring 2017. They will both be continuing their research into computational imaging with lensless cameras and through scattering media. Congratulations!
Our research on broadband diffractive lenses was selected by OPN as one of the top research areas in 2016. The article is available here.
Hunter’s poster on his 3D printing project is currently on public display at the Marriott library. Congratulations!