Welcome summer students, Langston Archer, returning YSP from
Lynn Classical HS and Eric Santa from Merrimack College.
Prof. Jihao Yin from Beihang University in Beijing, will join our group, April 2014 through April 2015.
Goodbye and Good Luck: Dan
Hunt will be attending
graduate school at Stanford.
Nisreen Abo-Sido from YSP will be an undergraduate at Wellesley.
Joe Robinson will be working at Lincoln Labs and attending graduate school at NU.
Awards: Joseph has been recognized by the COE as an Outstanding TA for 2014.
New Babies: On 15 April 2014, Chuck's family added a granddaughter, Paloma, the daughter of Brian and Elspeth. Yair and Laurie have a a new son, Ian.
On 7 May, Ali Vakili defended his MS thesis.
On 11 April 2014, Joseph Hollmann passed his comprehensive exam.
On 10 June 2014, Joseph Hollmann defended his Ph.D. dissertation.
Conferences: Joseph and Chuck , attended Translational Biophotonics at Rice University in Houston, and visited Andy Dunn and Evan Perillo at University of Texas in Austin. Joseph presented his poster on hemoglobin measurement in bone.
Welcome to the Optical Science Laboratory (OSL) at Northeastern University. Led by Associate Professor and author of Optics for Engineers, Charles DiMarzio, the OSL is one of the laboratories affiliated with Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, CenSSIS, and the Center for Subsurface Sensing and Imaging Systems, at Northeastern University. The Center is an NSF Engineering Research Center, working toward a unified approach to subsurface imaging tasks. The OSL is particularly interested in those imaging techniques which involve optics (especially coherent detection), multi-modal imaging where light is used in combination with another type of wave such as microwave or ultrasound, and hyperspectral imaging. Our applications include biological and medical imaging, landmine detection, and remote sensing of the environment. OSL's goals are to provide a facility for advanced research in these areas in order to address the needs of our research sponsors, and to train the next generation of researchers for industry, academia, and the government.