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Durst Research Group to be fully represented at the APS Symposium on Undergraduate Research!

Bates undergraduates Olalekan Afuye, Saad Ansari, Erin Curry, Kathilee Kenlock, Aliza Khurram, and Albert Shi have all been accepted to the Symposium on Undergraduate Research in Orlando, FL in October! It is part of the annual meeting of the Division of Laser Science of the American Physical Society. The citations for our submissions will be:

• O. Afuye and M. E. Durst. “Optical Harmonic Generation in Gold Nanorods,” Symposium on Undergraduate Research at the annual meeting of the Division of Laser Science of the American Physical Society, paper LM2A-6, 2013.
• S. Ansari and M. E. Durst. “Multiphoton Fluorescence with Simultaneous Spatial and Temporal Focusing,” Symposium on Undergraduate Research at the annual meeting of the Division of Laser Science of the American Physical Society, paper LM2A-10, 2013.
• E. Curry and M. E. Durst. “Long-Wavelength Multiphoton Microscopy.” Symposium on Undergraduate Research at the annual meeting of the Division of Laser Science of the American Physical Society, paper LM2A-13, 2013.
• K. Kenlock and M. E. Durst. “Photothermal Imaging: Detecting Nanoparticles with Absorption,” Symposium on Undergraduate Research at the annual meeting of the Division of Laser Science of the American Physical Society, paper LM2A-3, 2013.
• A. Khurram, S. Goosens, and H. Lin. “Polarization Dynamics of a Current-Modulated Vertical-Cavity Surface-Emitting Laser (VCSEL) Subject to Optical Feedback,” Symposium on Undergraduate Research at the annual meeting of the Division of Laser Science of the American Physical Society, paper LM2A-2, 2013.
• A. Shi and M. E. Durst. “Optical Tweezers: From Microspheres to Atoms,” Symposium on Undergraduate Research at the annual meeting of the Division of Laser Science of the American Physical Society, paper LM2A-4, 2013.

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