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Spring 2017 IAB Meeting

The annual spring IAB Meeting will be held April 26th-27th in Potsdam, NY. The meeting will focus on the current state of the center, current projects and project proposals for 2017.  If you would like to attend this meeting or have any questions email Sarah Rosenbury.

Fall 2016 IAB Meeting

The annual Fall IAB Meeting will be held October 26th-27th in Corning, NY. The meeting will focus on the current state of the center, current projects and a few seed project proposals.  If you would like to attend this meeting or have any questions email Sarah Rosenbury.

CfM Researchers Highlighted in SPIE Newsroom

Project Selections for 2016-2017

Proposed projects for 2016 are currently under review and being selected. Members, to review and select projects please log in to the Member Area and view the quad-charts then visit the IUCRC Life form feedback page to rank and comment on your selections.  If you have questions contact Sarah.

Spring 2016 IAB Meeting

The annual Spring IAB Meeting will be held April 20th-21st 2016 at UNC Charlotte's Center City Campus. The meeting will focus on the current state of the center including, current projects and proposed project for the upcomming year.  If you would like to attend this meeting or have any questions email Sarah Rosenbury. 

Jonathan Young Jung Defends his Dissertation

 

CfM Student Yangcheng Li Graduates with PhD

CfM researcher and UNCC Dr. Yangcheng Li successfully defended his Dissertation "Giant reso

Kenneth Allen Defends his Dissertation

CfM Researchers highlighted in Annalen der Physik

Congratulations to the CfM Researchers highlighted in Annalen der Physik.  Published in August 2015 Dr.

Fall 2015 IAB Meeting

The annual Fall IAB Meeting will be held October 7-8th at the OSA Headquarters in Washington, DC. The meeting will focus on the current state of the center including technology roadmaps and current projects.  If you would like to attend this meeting or have any questions email Sarah Rosenbury.

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