Welcome to the UC Davis Optoelectronics Lab Home Page

The UC Davis Optoelectronics Lab is involved in a wide range of research in the areas of optoelectronic devices, short-pulse and nonlinear optics and their applications, and micro-optical devices. The applications include optical networking, biological imaging, and optical sensing. The facility consists of four adjacent laboratories, providing a total of 2100 sq. feet of laboratory space for the design, integration, and testing of many types of optical, microwave, and micromechanical devices.  Specific areas of research include:

  • Opto-electronic materials and their applications
  • Guided-wave optical devices
  • Optical polymers and hybrid polymer/dielectric integration
  • Electrooptics, integrated optics and optical fabrication technology
  • Optical communication systems
  • Optical applications in biology and biomedical engineering
  • Ultrashort pulse nonlinear optics
  • Femtosecond optical pulse shaping
  • Ultrafast nonlinear optics of materials
  • Nonlinear optical imaging techniques
  • Applications of femtosecond technology to advanced communications networks
  • MicroElectroMechanical Systems (MEMS), with emphasis on micro-optical systems, RF communications, and biomedical devices
  • Microwave bio-sensors

This site contains information about the members of the Optoelectronics Laboratory and their respective research. It also contains links to various other related sites and laboratories.

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