We posted a new paper about our high-power mid-IR comb development.
We are looking for a postdoc to work on developing cavity-enhanced ultrafast spectroscopy and mid-infrared frequency combs. Applicants are encouraged to apply here.
Our first Ph. D. graduate, Yuning Chen, was selected as a finalist for the APS Justin Jankunas prize in Chemical Physics. Yuning presented her work beautifully in an invited prize session talk at the 2019 APS March Meeting. Congratulations to Yuning for this great honor.
Paper on tunable visible comb generation posted to the arXiv now here. Many details about our tunable visible comb frequency comb setup covering > 9000 cm¯¹ of tuning range.
New graduate students Jay Rutledge and Anthony Catanese have joined the group. They have both been doing some research in the lab this past summer. They both did their undergraduate work at Stony Brook.
Congratulations to Yuning!