Students Harness the Power of Light in Biomedical Optics Lab
Multiphoton Microscopy Simultaneous Spatial and Temporal Focusing (SSTF) Photothermal Imaging Nonlinear Optical Harmonic Imaging of Nanoparticles Optical Tweezers My research involves looking deep within the body without making an incision. This is similar to ultrasound imaging, except I am interested in
Jump to: Journal Articles Review Articles Conference Proceedings Invited Talks JOURNAL ARTICLES • M. E. Durst, A. Turcios, C. Laurence, and E. Moskovitz, “Dispersion compensation by a liquid lens (DisCoBALL),” Applied Optics, Vol. 58, Iss. 2, pp. 428-435, 2019. • M. E.
Jump to: Professor Durst Research Students Group Alumnae/Alumni Prof. Michael E. Durst Assistant Professor of Physics Cornell University, M.S., Ph.D. applied physics Georgetown University, B.S. physics Research Students Anthony Turcios Home: California Class Year: 2020 Major: Physics Project: Temporal Focusing