Graduate Student Thesis Supervising
Lisen Xu, PhD thesis: "Femtosecond Laser Processing of Ophthalmic Materials and Ocular Tissues: A Novel Approach for Non-invasive Vision Correction", 2013
Liping Cui, PhD thesis: "Nonlinear imaging in scattering media with pump-probe and fluorescence based techniques," 2011
Li Ding, PhD thesis: "Micro-processing of polymers and biological materials using high repetition rate femtosecond laser pulses," 2009
Parama Pal, PhD thesis: "Novel devices and applications based on micro-processed optical fibers," 2009
Fei Lu, “Linear and Nonlinear Optical Properties and Applications of Adiabatically Tapered Single-Mode Optical Fibers,” 2006
Yujun Deng, “Scalable Ultrafast Modelocked Fiber Laser Systems”, 2006
The following students did their PhD or MS research under my supervision in my lab at Bell Labs:
Jeffrey Roth, Princeton University (Ph.D. Student), Faculty Advisor: Keren Bergman Thesis: "Ultrafast Optical
Technologies for Telecommunications Applications,'' graduated 2002
Brandon C. Collings, Princeton University (Ph.D. Student), Faculty Advisor: Keren Bergman. Thesis: “Passive
Modelocking of Low Gain Soliton Lasers with A Saturable Bragg Refector,” 1999.
Radha Venkat, Princeton University (MS Student), Faculty Advisor : Cliff Fonstad. Thesis: “Polarization
Properties of short-cavity fiber lasers”, 1998.
Malini Ramaswamy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, VI-A Fellowship Program Masters student, Faculty
Advisor: Cliff Fonstad. Thesis: “Excitonic electroabsorption spatial field mapping in quantum well devices”,
Jason B. Stark, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Ph.D. student), Faculty Advisor: Peter A. Wolff, Thesis: “Femtosecond Nonlinear Optical Studies of Magnetoexcitons”, 1991.
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