Photonics Center Professor Michelle Sander was promoted to Associate Professor and has achieved tenure. Professor Sander’s research focuses on the exploration of optical material interactions and femtosecond pulse generation techniques to help develop compact fiber lasers and integrated microphotonic systems. Read more
Category: Faculty News
Photonics Center Professor Kamil Ekinci Develops Process to Test Antibiotic Resistance with Results in Hours
Photonics Center Professor Kamil Ekinic has developed a test for antibiotic resistance that returns results within hours rather than the current process with takes days. Read more
Photonics Center Professors Unlu, Connor, Klapperich and White Work to Develop Faster COVID-19 Testing
Photonics Center Professor Selim Unlu, Associate Professor John Connor, Professor Catherine Klapperich, and Professor Alice White are working to develop faster COVID-19 testing. Read more
Photonics Professor Catherine Klapperich and Photonics Assistant Professor Allison Dennis and Collaborators Create Progesterone Sensor
Photonics Center Professor Catherine Klapperich and Photonics Center Assistant Professor Allison Dennis and their collaborators have developed the first real-time, optical, and reversible progesterone sensor. Read more.
Photonics Professor Roberto Paiella and Assistant Professor Lei Tian have developed a new camera that progresses the quality to a state that is not found elsewhere. Read more
Photonics Center Professors Stephan Anderson and Xin Zhang have developed a magnetic metamaterial which could improve the clarity and cost of MRIs. Read more
Photonics Center Assistant Professor Michelle Sander Elected to IEEE Photonics Society’s Board of Governors
Photonics Center Assistant Professor Michelle Sander was elected to the IEEE Photonics Society’s Board of Governors. Read more
Photonics Center Associate Professor John Connor discusses why sometimes fears of various diseases are misplaced. Read more
Photonics Center Professors Ji-Xin Cheng, Lawrence Ziegler and Chen Yang have achieved a milestone in Ramen Imaging. The findings, published in Nature Communications on November 21, 2019, push the sensitivity of stimulated Raman scattering microscopy, a label-free chemical imaging technology with broad biomedical applications, down to single-molecule level.
Professor Siddharth Ramachandran Publishes Significant Article in Nature Communications on Data Transmissions
Photonics Center Professor Siddharth Ramachandran has published a significant article in Nature Communications which discusses how he has found a new method and a new fiber that can transmit 24 times the amount of data than any single optical fiber. Read more