The Ultrafast Optics Laboratory at Boston University focuses on the development of novel customized fiber laser sources for various applications, in particular biomedical imaging and spectroscopy. We are looking for a highly motivated post-doctoral candidate for the development of an ultrafast optical imaging system to explore and characterize optical pathways for neuroscience applications.
The ideal candidate should be interested in interdisciplinary research at the interface of ultrafast optics and biomedical optical imaging. An experimental background in optical techniques and interest in neurophotonics is desired.
If interested, please contact Prof. Sander at email@example.com. Please include a curriculum vitae (with publication list), a statement of research interest and your fit for the position as well as the contact information for three references.
There is an opportunity for an undergraduate summer student researcher to study the laser ablation of kidney stones. We are looking for motivated students for a two-month research engagement. If interested, please contact Dr. Sander.
James receives an UROP award to conduct research in Spring 2018. Congratulations!
Dr. Sander and Dr. Sharifzadeh received the Dean's Catalyst Award 2017 by the BU College of Engineering for their research project: Novel Insights into Femtosecond Micromachining: Structural Deformations in Graphene for Three-Dimensional Kirigami More details here
Congratulations to Andres who received a UROP Award for Fall 2017!
We are excited that Andres is joining us as a UROP summer student, Ryan as a REU student and Tanea as RET teacher. Welcome to the group!
Atcha successfully defended her PhD! Many Congratulations!
Atcha's journal article got highlighted on the front cover of Analyst! http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2017/an/c7an90038d#!divAbstract
Atcha and Ahmet both presented at CLEO 2017. Congratulations to Atcha for winning the Photonic Detection Technical Group Outstanding Poster Presentation Award!
Allison was awarded a NSF NRT fellowship as part of the UtB: Neurophotonics National Research Traineeship Program. Congratulations!