Photonics Professor Xue Han’s work on Parkison’s disease was featured in BU Today. To read the full article, click here.
Photonics Professor Catherine Klapperich’s work on innovative medical technology was recently featured in BU Today. To read the full article, please click here.
Photonics Professor Bennett Goldberg has received the Gerald and Deanne Gitner Family Innovation in Teaching with Technology Award. The Provost announced the award to the BU community on April 15, 2014. To read the full announcement from the Provost’s office, click here.
Photonics Professor Catherine Klapperich has been named the first Dorf-Ebner Distinguished Faculty Fellow. To read the full article in the College of Engineering news, click here.
The Optical Society of America strives to provide a unique and focused experience in new and burgeoning topics in optical research. These forums referred to as OSA Incubator meetings allow researchers to further the interest and support of promising areas and assess the broader implications of the topic for future research and application. A recent meeting on Controlled Light Propagation through Complex Media was hosted by Professor Thomas Bifano, Director of the Boston University Photonics Center. For more information, click here.
Photonics Professor Josh Semeter was promoted to full Professor. To read the full article in BU Today, click here.
Photonics Professor Xue Han Received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE)
Photonics Professor Xue Han has received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) from the White House. Professor Han develops high-precision genetic, molecular, optical, and electrical tools and other nanotechnologies that study the brain’s ultrafast neural pathways. Her research could be used to create new drugs and other therapeutic approaches for a variety of illnesses. To read the full article in BU Today, click here.
Photonics Professor Xue Han has received the 2014 College of Engineering Early Career Research Excellence Award.
Photonics Director and Professor Tom Bifano and Professor Jermoe Mertz will be featured at an OSA Incubator Meeting on Controlled Light Propagation through Complex Media March 5-7, 2014 in Washington DC. Full details are available here.
The Boston University Photonics Center will be hosting the 17th annual Photonics Center Sympsoium on December 5, 2013. This year’s symposium, chaired by Professor Xin Zhang, is focused on innovations at the intersections of micro/nanofabrication technology, biology, and biomedicine. Visit the symposium website, here.