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Dr. Kang is organizing a mini-symposium on “Multi-material, Heterogeneous Additive Printing of 3D Materials” at the 16th International Symposium on Functionally Graded Materials, where Dr. Kang and Dr.Awasthi will be giving talks on ”National Science Foundation (NSF) SHAP3D Center and Multi-Material 3D Printing” and “3D additive manufacturing of the multimaterial diffractive optical element (DOEs) using femtosecond direct laser writing (Fs-DLW)”
Come listen to our talks and find out more about our research work in August!
Generation of few µm high optical vortex using tunable spiral plates
Three-dimensional active tunable spiral zone plates for selective adjusting of optical vortex and depth of focus
Dr. Awasthi is giving a talk on ”Novel Active Three-Dimensional (3D) Tunable Spiral Zone Plate Fabricated Using Femtosecond Pulse Direct Laser Writing (fs-DLW)” at MRS Spring 2022.
Come listen to our talk and find out more about our group in May!
Symposium: SF14: Novel Frontiers in 3D and 4D Multi-Photon Micro-Fabrication—Materials, Methods and Applications
Title: Novel Active Three-Dimensional (3D) Tunable Spiral Zone Plate Fabricated Using Femtosecond Pulse Direct Laser Writing (fs-DLW)
Session Date and Time: May 11, 2022 from 1:30 PM to 3:15 PM
Presentation Time: 2:15 PM to 2:30 PM
Dr. Awasthi is giving a talk on ” Three-dimensional active tunable spiral zone plates for selective adjusting of wavelength and depth of focus” at SPIE PW 2022!
Come listen to our talk and find out more about our group in January!
Dr. Kang is participating in the 2021 Alda Center’s Women in STEM Leadership Program.
Our group welcomes anyone who’s interested in laser processing applications and energy storage! 🙂
Investigating Mechano-Electrochemical Coupling Phenomenon in Lithium-Ion Pouch Cells Using In-situ Neutron Diffraction
Dr. Kang will give an invited talk on “Use of light in advanced additive manufacturing: from digital light processing to ultrafast laser direct writing” at Wesleyan University on Nov 04.
Dr. Kang gave a talk on advanced laser-materials-processing techniques at the Material Science & Engineering Department Seminar.