We fabricate micro- and nano-scale photonics using MEMS techniques and engineer efficient and reliable systems for applications in sensing, medicine, computation, and accelerator physics.
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We are currently working on far field beam scanning and patterning using MEMS linear phased arrays for remote sensing applications.
We design and fabricate miniaturized electron accelerators using MEMS and thin-film processing techniques to increase achievable acceleration gradients.
Development of photonic platforms for applications for immunology. Currently working on a platform for blood disorders
We are currently building basic nanophotonic components that can be used for energy-efficient neuromorphic chips that perform tasks like optimization and deep learning much more efficiently than current ASIC technologies.
We utilize the attributes of photonic crystals to create fiber-coupled sensors for mechanical measurements like pressure, acceleration, and displacement.
We use build quantitative phase microscopy platforms and use computer vision algorithms to more accurately autodetect cell boundaries for cell tracking.