I am currently an optical engineer working in the greater Boston area. The scope of my work spans optical engineering, metrology and engineering services, etc. Before arriving at Boston, I obtained my Ph.D. degree in Optics at The Institute of Optics, University of Rochester, Rochester NY in May 2013.
My doctoral research was advised by Professor Wayne H. Knox, and focused on femtosecond laser applications to an innovative means of non-invasive vision correction technique (sponsored by Bausch + Lomb). This is believed to be the minimally invasive vision correction procedure, free from destructive cutting effects as in LASIK. More details on my experiences can be found on experiences page, or by contacting me.
Prior to landing in Rochester NY, I received M.S. degree in Quantum Optics in 2006 and B.S. degree of Physics in 2003 from Department of Physics, Beijing Normal University (BNU), Beijing, P. R. China.
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