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All Things Photonics

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Today's top scientists are using lasers, spectroscopy, optics, and more for planetary exploration, robotic design, and advanced diagnostics. In each episode of this podcast from the publishers of Photonics Spectra magazine, host Emmett Warren holds intimate conversations with those pushing the boundaries of human knowledge.

Hear how 3D printed microscopes and smartphones offer the best hope for diagnosing disease in the developing world; how an array set up in Antarctica may soon provide long-sought evidence of the "Big Bang"; or how the work of an African-American physicist a century ago paved the way for spectroscopy's many exciting uses in the 21st century and beyond. Notable guests include UCLA researcher Aydogan Ozcan, Duke researcher Adam Wax, Harvard researcher Ben Schmitt, author and Clark Atlanta professor Ronald Mickens, Nobel Prize winner Donna Strickland, and USC physicist Andrea Armani.

All Things Photonics airs every other Tuesday. Published by Photonics Media.
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In this final episode of Season 1, Tom Hausken, senior industry advisor from OSA, reviews the photonics market and it’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. Also, more from Coherent’s new CEO Andy Mattes and COO Mark Sobey.Sponsored by:Coherent Inc. - www.Coherent.com/ATPAll Things Photonics is produced by Photonics Media. You can find links to the stories mentioned in the episode on our website, www.photonics.com/podcast.
Charles H. Townes biographer, Charles Petit, discusses the inventor of the laser, their relationship, and the legal battle that took place. Also, Andy Mattes, Coherent’s new CEO, talks plans for the company’s future amid a pandemic.Sponsored by:Coherent Inc. - www.Coherent.com/ATPCOMSOL - www.comsol.comMKS Instruments and their Newport brand - www.newport.comAll Things Photonics is produced by Photonics Media and airs every other Tuesday. You can find links to the stories mentioned in the episode on our website, www.photonics.com/podcast.
Jürgen Popp discusses his research into Raman spectroscopy and early disease detection. Dr. Popp is the Scientific Director of the Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology in Germany. His research focuses on the development and application of innovative linear and nonlinear Raman technologies for biomedical diagnosis.Sponsored by:COMSOL - www.comsol.comMKS Instruments and their Newport brand - www.newport.comAll Things Photonics is produced by Photonics Media and airs every other Tuesday. You can find links to the stories mentioned in the episode on our website, www.photonics.com/podcast. 
Arthur McClelland discusses his research into Raman spectroscopy and how it's helping to shape our understanding of history. Dr. McClelland is a principal scientist at the Center for Nanoscale Systems at Harvard University where he is using his laboratory to research new applications for microscopy and spectroscopy.Sponsored by:COMSOL - www.comsol.comPI (Physik Instrumente) LP - Precision Motion Control and Piezo Technologies - www.pi-usa.usMKS Instruments and their Newport brand - www.newport.comHÜBNER Photonics - www.hubner-photonics.comAll Things Photonics is produced by Photonics Media and airs every other Tuesday. You can find links to the stories mentioned in the episode on our website, www.photonics.com/podcast.
In this special bonus episode, OSA optics expert Roberta Ramponi discusses the industry reaction to the coronavirus in Italy. Plus, news about how photonics companies are helping the community during the pandemic.To read our full coverage of photonics and the coronavirus, visit www.photonics.com/COVID-19.To share your story about how your photonics company is helping the community during the pandemic, visit www.photonics.com/pressrelease or email us at pr@photonics.com.All Things Photonics is produced by Photonics Media and airs every other Tuesday. You can find links to the stories mentioned in the episode on our website, www.photonics.com/podcast.
An interview with Dr. Adam Wax, an expert in early cancer detection, novel microscopy and interferometry techniques. Dr. Wax is a professor at Duke University in the department of Biomedical Engineering and founder and president of the company LumedicaSponsored by:MKS Instruments and their Newport brand - www.newport.comHÜBNER Photonics - www.hubner-photonics.comCOMSOL - www.comsol.comPI (Physik Instrumente) LP – Precision Motion Control and Piezo Technologies - www.pi-usa.usAll Things Photonics is produced by Photonics Media and airs every other Tuesday. You can find links to the stories mentioned in the episode on our website, www.photonics.com/podcast.
USC professor Andrea Armani discusses her award-winning research on sustainable laser technology, carbon footprints, and a new trend in global conferences. Plus: Photonics Media dives into COVID-19, the novel coronavirus ; and we dig deeper into the story of Daguerreotype photography.All Things Photonics is produced by Photonics Media and airs every other Tuesday. You can find links to the stories mentioned in the episode on our website, www.photonics.com/podcast.
A special episode following the journey of a team of scientists as they seek to discover the origins of the universe in the frozen tundra of Antarctica. Plus: an interview with Nobel Prize winner Donna Strickland.Dr. Donna Strickland is a professor in the department of physics and astronomy at the University of Waterloo and one of the recipients of the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2018 for developing chirped pulse amplification with her PhD advisor, Dr. Gerard Mourou. Benjamin L. Schmitt is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow and project development scientist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA). Joseph Serio is co-founder and vice president of Vertex Optics Inc.All Things Photonics is produced by Photonics Media and airs every other Tuesday. You can find links to the stories mentioned in the episode on our website, www.photonics.com/podcast.
Ursula Keller, SPIE's 2020 Gold Medal winner, talks about her work on the SESAM laser and her plans for the future before retiring. Senior editor Sue Petrie reads her editorial "What If" from this month’s issue of Photonics Spectra, and a look at how researchers at the University of Minnesota are studying cuttlefish to better understand the human brain.Ursula Keller is a professor of physics at ETH Zurich in Switzerland.This episode is sponsored by the Photonics Media Bookstore. Visit www.photonics.com/store for books about photonics technology, posters, apparel, and more.All Things Photonics is produced by Photonics Media and airs every other Tuesday. You can find links to the stories mentioned in the episode on our website, www.photonics.com/podcast.
Aydogan Ozcan talks about how his research lab is working to make technology accessible to developing countries. And: how a circus in Germany is replacing its live animals with computer-generated images.Aydogan Ozcan is a professor of electrical and computer engineering at UCLA.All Things Photonics is produced by Photonics Media and airs every other Tuesday. You can find links to the stories mentioned in the episode on our website, www.photonics.com/podcast.
Walter Burgess explains how his company is using lasers to change how we view movies. And: Elmer Imes, celebrating the 100th anniversary of an unsung hero’s breakthrough discovery featuring Dr. Ronald Mickens, Clark Atlanta University. All Things Photonics is produced by Photonics Media and airs every other Tuesday.
From the publishers of Photonics Spectra magazine comes a new podcast about how photonics is shaping our world. Editor-in-chief Mike Wheeler and host Emmett Warren sit down to share their favorite moments from season one including upcoming guests Ben Schmitt, Aydogan Ozcan, and Walter Burgess. All Things Photonics airs every other Tuesday.
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