Weekly Meeting - Prof. Dimarzio Optics Presentation
What: Prof. Dimarzio talk on the cutting edge of optics
Where: 308 Snell Engineering
When: Wednesday, February 25th 11:45 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.
Prof. DiMarzio is associate professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering, and in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at Northeastern University. He is affiliated with the Biomedical Engineering Program and the Gordon Center for Subsurface Sensing and Imaging Systems (CenSSIS). He has 14 years of industrial experience in optical systems engineering at Raytheon Company, primarily with Doppler laser radar, and continues to work closely with industry through his affiliation with research centers at Northeastern. Much of his current research is focused on coherent detection, including optical quadrature microscopy for imaging phase-only objects; multi-modal microscopy using confocal, multi-photon, harmonic generation, phase techniques; and the interaction of imaging modes such as light and sound, or light and heat. He has authored a textbook, Optics for Engineers and accomplished approximately 50 journal publications, 100 conference proceedings, 60 other talks, and 13patents.