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Illinois iOptics Seminar Series

By Gabriel Popescu1, Mustafa Mir1, Vikram Chaudhery1, Brian Cunningham1

1. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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The Optical Society of America and the SPIE local student chapters are sponsoring the 2nd iOptics seminar series.

The series includes lectures from graduate students, post-docs and faculty working at the cutting edge of optics and photonics research.

Website: University of Illinois iOptics Seminar Series

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  • Gabriel Popescu; Mustafa Mir; Vikram Chaudhery; Brian Cunningham (2010), "Illinois iOptics Seminar Series," http://nanohub.org/resources/8646.

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