Photonics Assistant Professor Xue Han Awarded $1M Grant from National Science Foundation to Study Neural Networks and Sounds
Photonics Assistant Professor Xue Han was awarded a $1M grant by the National Science Foundation to study neural networks and sounds. The full article on this topic, written by the College of Engineering, is available here.
Photonics Professor Xin Zhang delivered the DeLisi Distinguished Lecture on the topic of “Tailoring Electromagnetic and Acoustic Waves with MEMS and Metamaterials.” The full article on this topic, written by the BU College of Engineering, is available here.
The BU research website has highlighted Photonics Professor David Boas’ exciting work and how neurophotonics is used to solve some of the world’s most critical problems. The full article is available here.
Photonics Professor Ji-Xin Cheng was awarded a grant on Volumetric Chemical Imaging of Cell Metabolism by Stimulated Raman Projection by the National Science Foundation Division of Chemistry and the Systems and Synthetic Biology program in Division of Molecular and Cellular Biosciences.
Photonics Professor Enrico Bellotti will lead a new Center on Semiconductor Modeling in conjunction with the U.S. Army Research Laboratory. The article on this topic written by the BU College of Engineering is available here.
Photonics Professor Catherine Klapperich has made significant advances with faster, smaller and cheaper point of care diagnostics. The full article on this topic on the BU Research website is available here.
The Photonics Business Innovation Center company Jana Care has announced a distribution agreement with Siemens Healthineers. The article on this topic is available here.
Photonics Professor Luca Dal Negro was promoted to the rank of full Professor. Professor Dal Negro is in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department and specializes in optics, nanophotonics and plasmonics. The full article on this topic in BU Today is available here.
Photonics Professors David Boas and Selim Unlu and Associate Professor Luca Dal Negro were elected as Optical Society of America (OSA) Fellows. The article on this topic written by the BU College of Engineering is available here.
Photonics Professor Ji-Xin Cheng’s student Pu-Ting Dong has won the SPIE Translational Research Award for 2018. The title of his paper is “Drug-free annihilation of methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus via staphyloxanthin photobleaching.” He will present his finding at Photonics West in San Francisco in January 2018 during the Translational Research Lunchtime Forum.