- August 2019: Md Istiak Khan has joined our lab after doing a master’s at Dhaka. Welcome!
- July 2019: Our collaborator’s work at Princeton was featured in a number of news outlets, including Science Daily, Photonics Magazine, AZO Optics, and more.
- July 2019: We were awarded a NDnano seed grant for optical pump terahertz probe studies of new topological insulators.
- July 2019: Zhenyang Xiao is joining us after doing a master’s degree at the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Welcome!
- June 2019: David Benirschke, a student in Scott Howard’s lab, has won the Intelligence Community Postdoctoral Fellowship and will be joining our lab in the fall. Congratulations!
- June 2019: Our lab’s first paper, on a generalized phase correction algorithm for dual comb signals, has been published in Optics Letters. Read it here. Static demonstration code is provided on OSA’s platform, and we will try to keep an updated version on GitHub as well.
- May 2019: Dr. Dingding Ren has joined the lab from NTNU. Welcome!
- May 2019: Notre Dame Zhuoran Han has joined the lab for the summer. Welcome!
- April 2019: Lab renovations have completed and we are now moved in.
- December 2018: First-year graduate student Jae Ho Shin has joined the lab. Welcome!
- August 2018: Dr. Burghoff began as an Assistant Professor at Notre Dame, and our lab is now open.
- December 2017: Dr. Burghoff gave a webinar for the OSA Laser Systems Technical Group that you can watch below.
- December 2016: Dr. Burghoff signed the MIT Values petition because it is important to reject bigotry whenever it rears its head.
- May 2016: Our research on compact terahertz spectroscopy was highlighted by several sites, including Laser Focus World, Engadget, and MIT News.
- June 2015: Nobel Lauerate Theodor Hänsch discussed our work at his plenary talk at CLEO Europe in 2015 (courtesy of IRsweep, which is now selling a neat dual comb system).
- October 2014: Dr. Burghoff was quoted about my research in a Nature Photonics News and Views.
- September 2014: Dr. Burghoff was awarded the J.A. Kong Thesis Award for Outstanding Doctoral Thesis in Electrical Engineering, which is awarded for the best Ph.D. thesis in EE at MIT in a given academic year.