Research Group Members
From left: Sarah Lukes, Warren Foster, David Dickensheets, Tianbo Liu, Ryan Downey, Chris Zhang, Krishna Chattergoon, Seth Kreitinger
Current Group Members
is a research engineer (M.S. 2008) assisting with design and construction of an active/adaptive two-photon microscope, and advancing the state of the art for MEMS focus control mirrors. Chris is the founder of Revibro Optics, LLC in Bozeman, MT.
is an M.S. student doing numerical modeling and analysis, and dynamic characterization of high-speed deformable mirrors.
is an undergraduate student (Electrical Engineering, class of 2016), developing metrology tools and control software for MEMS focus and aberration correcting mirrors.
is an undergraduate student (Computer Engineering, class of 2017, with minors in Mathematics and English Literature) developing metrology for high speed characterization of MEMS aberration compensation mirrors.
is an undergraduate student (Computer Engineering, class of 2016), developing metrology tools and building optical instruments, including a millimeter dimension color camera to be embedded in a handheld dermatology microscope.
is a Ph.D. student developing a new MEMS 3D x-y-z beam scanning mirror for a handheld dermatology microscope.
is a Ph.D. student building a MEMS-based active/adaptive two-photon microscope.
is an undergraduate student (Electrical Engineering, class of 2016), who worked to construct a mm-dimension color camera to be embedded in a handheld dermatology microscope. Michael is preparing for the MCATs and hoping to attend medical school.
completed her Ph.D. degree in 2015, developing surface micromachined deformable membrane mirrors for focus control. Sarah is the founder of Agile Focus Designs in Bozeman, MT.
completed his Ph.D. degree in 2013, developing bulk micromachined MEMS mirrors for high-speed focus control. Mohammad is now a post-doctoral scholar at the University of Wisconsin in Madison.
If you are interested in doing research with Professor Dickensheets, feel free to contact him to discuss your interests. Instruction on how to apply to graduate school at MSU can be found at www.ece.montana.edu.