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Graduate students Lane Martin and Guangming Tao selected as finalists for the OSA 2013 Emil Wolf Outstanding Student Paper Competition

The Emil Wolf Outstanding Student Paper Competition recognizes the innovation, research excellence and presentation skills of students presenting their work during the FiO conference. This competition is administered by the OSA Foundation and sponsored by Optics Communications published by Elsevier. Additional support has also been provided by the University of Rochester Physics Department, the Institute of Optics, and individual contributors.
Lane Martin has been selected for his paper titled “Transition from Anderson co-Localization to anti-co-Localization of Entangled Photon Pairs in Disordered Photonic Waveguide Arrays”.
Guangming Tao has been selected for his paper titled “Efficient Disc-to-fiber Multimaterial Stacked Coextrusion for Robust Infrared Optical Fibers”.

Posted Wednesday, August 21, 2013

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