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Dr. Glenn Boreman elevated to Fellow Member status in IEEE

Dr. Glenn Boreman has recently been elevated to Fellow Member status in IEEE, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, in recognition of his contributions to optical and infrared antenna technologies.   The IEEE Fellow is one of the most prestigious honors of the IEEE, and is bestowed upon a very limited number of Senior Members who have contributed importantly... Dr. Glenn Boreman elevated to Fellow Member status in IEEE Read more >>

Dr. Yasin Raja elevated to Senior Member status in SPIE

Dr. Yasin Raja has recently been elevated to Senior Member status in SPIE. We would like to congratulate Dr. Raja on behalf of our entire department.   Dr. Yasin Raja elevated to Senior Member status in SPIE Read more >>

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Navid Farahi wins Student Scholarship Award

Navid has won Student Scholarship Award from American Society for Precision Engineering so that he can attend the 32nd ASPE Annual Meeting on October 29- November 3, 2017 to present his research. Navid will be presenting his research title "An optical method for In-situ Measurement of Form and Suface Profile of Axisymmetric Objects".  We would like to congratulate Navid for this award.... Navid Farahi wins Student Scholarship Award Read more >>

Cobey McGinnis awarded during Undergraduate Research Symposium

One of our physics students, Cobey McGinnis, won 3rd Place in the Engineering, Physical Sciences, Nanotechnology, and Computing category at the 6th Annual Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium, held yesterday on campus.  We would like to congratulate Cobey on this occassion.   Cobey McGinnis awarded during Undergraduate Research Symposium Read more >>

Zebas' research material is "Image of the Week" in Optics and Photonics News

One of  Zebas' images taken during research has appeared in Optics and Photonics News as 'Image of the week'.  The image represents cross section of a silicon wafer coted with a tin film of silicon nitride by plasma enchaned chemical vapor deposition. Colors in the image are due to thin film interference. You can see the image by clicking here. Congratulations Zeba !   Zebas' research material is "Image of the Week" in Optics and Photonics News Read more >>