We are studying phase-locking and beam combining of semiconductor diode laser arrays emitting in the wavelength range of 400-500 and 800-1000 nm. Prospective candidate will be involved in research designing external cavity for phase-locking of semiconductor diode arrays.
CREOL, College of Optics and Photonics, often serves as a launchpad for students to decide the direction they want to take their career and studies. And, often, it’s a distinguished and notable direction. That was certainly the case with Latifah Maasarani, who moved on to Duke University for graduate studies in biomedical engineering after successfully […]
Mistrust of the COVID-19 vaccine is rooted partly in its rapid introduction, the seemingly new technologies involved and the long list of ingredients with mysterious names like “N-ditetradecylacetamide.” But the purpose behind “monobasic potassium phosphate” in the vaccine can be understood with chemistry principles UCF students learn all the time, according to Professor of Chemistry […]
Thousands of people are seeing more clearly thanks in part to the vision of Vadim Smirnov,’02 MS, whose research group played an integral role in the development of lasers that revolutionized cataract surgery. Local optical component manufacturer OptiGrate Corp was approached by a medical laser company more than 10 years ago with a request to […]
Sarun Sumriddetchkajorn ’00, Ph.D., has built an impressive career in optics and photonics following his doctorate graduation in 2000. In an interview with CREOL, the College of Optics and Photonics, Sumriddetchkajorn shares his career path and advice for current students. (Answers edited for clarity and length.) CREOL: What started your path toward optics and photonics? […]
A paper by Danielle Reyes, Matthieu Baudelet, Martin Richardson and Shermineh Rostami Fairchild featured in Journal of Applied Physics
A paper by Danielle Reyes, Matthieu Baudelet, Martin Richardson and Shermineh Rostami Fairchild was featured in Journal of Applied Physics. Entitled “Transition from linear- to nonlinear-focusing regime of laser filament plasma dynamics“, it was selected to make the cover of the journal. As explained in the journal’s Scilight (Science highlight), their interferometric measurement produces high resolution information of the temporal and spatial aspect […]
Dr. Ivan Divliansky has been elected to the grade of Senior Member of SPIE. From the recommendation letter by Dr. Leon Glebov: Dr. Divliansky is a very well established scientist in the area of holographic optical elements. He co-authored more than 70 publications in research journals and two US patents. The main fields of his activity are volume […]