WHAT I DO?

I'm a graduate student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. My specific field of study is best associated with the area of Photonics. In particular the research group that I am affiliated with is the DISP (Duke Imaging and Spectroscopy Program) research group led by Dr. David Brady. The laboratory is located in the Fitzpatrick Institute for Photonics. For my Master's project I focused on coded aperture spectrometers in the long-wave infrared region. My PhD thesis project focuses on snapshot spectral imagers for fluorescence microscopy applications.

CURRENT PROJECTS

Snapshot Spectral Imager MacSIM / DD-CASSI (Fall 2007-Present)
SmacM for Fluorescence Microscopy (Present Work)

CF WIKI: SPECTRAL MICROSCOPY PROJECT DATABASE

PAST PROJECTS

Coherent anti-Stokes Raman Scattering Microsopy (Summer 2007)
Long-wave infrared spectrometer (Master's Project)
Tissue Spectroscopy: tissue probe design (First-year project)

TEACHING ASSISTANT

ECE 299-02 Fall 2007 Optical Imaging and Spectroscopy D. Brady

CLASS PROJECT WEBSITE

ECE 310 Spring 2006 Nanoscience Project with Hyperspectral imager

EDUCATION

PhD Electrical and Computer Engineering Duke University 2009
M.S., Electrical Engineering, Duke University May 2007
B.S., Applied Physics, American University December 2004.

FUTURE GOALS

Completing my PhD and working in either industry or government.

 

 

Contact Information

Duke University
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Box 90291
Durham, NC 27708 phone: (919) 660-5599

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS