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Professor Bahram Jalali is Elected Fellow of SPIE

Bahram JalaliProfessor Bahram Jalali is elected Fellow of the Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers for his achievements in silicon photonics, opto-electronics and optical measurement science.  Hi s research on world’s fastest camera for real-time detection of extremely rare cells holds promise for cancer treatment and drug discovery.


SPIE is the premiere international photonics society which serves scientists and engineers in industry, academia, and government working in a wide variety of fields that utilize some aspect of optics and photonics, the science and application of light.  They are honoring 76 new Fellows to the society this year.  UCLA EE Department boasts with two members of its faculty included in the roster; the other elected fellow is Distinguished Professor C. K. Patel.


Professor Jalali and his research team will be presenting applications of their high-speed imaging system at the 2014 SPIE Photonics West Conference in San Francisco, CA.

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