Welcome to the Fitzpatrick Institute for Photonics

2021 FIP Virtual Symposium

 

The Fitzpatrick Institute for Photonics is an extensively interdisciplinary Duke University-wide effort to advance photonics and optical sciences.

The mission of the Fitzpatrick Institute is profoundly educational. The institute was founded in 2000 in part to meet an unmet industry need for graduates with the knowledge and skills to transform industrial R&D in photonics and optical science. Our faculty teach undergraduates, master's and doctoral students and foster the technical, collaboration, interdisciplinary exploration, and team-orientation skills set that enables our proteges to thrive in their chosen professions.

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Upcoming Seminars

Dr. David Rueda

Wed, Apr 14

FIP Virtual Seminar "From single molecules to live cells: Imaging nucleic acid-protein interactions across scales"

Dr. David S. Rueda, Professor, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Infectious Disease, Chair of Molecular and Cellular Medicine, Imperial College of London

12:00 pm | Online

Jesus Valdiviezo

Wed, Jul 14

FIP Virtual Student Seminar "Exploiting molecular coherences for directed energy flow"

Jesus Valdiviezo, Chemistry Ph.D. Candidate, Duke University

12:00 pm | Online

Wed, Aug 18

FIP Virtual Postdoc Seminar: Prenatal Heroin Exposure Alters Diffusion Weighted Brain Connectivity in Adolescent Offspring

Dr. Kathryn Hornburg, BME Postdoc, Duke University

12:00 pm | Online