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<div style="font-size:142%;border:none;margin: 0;padding:.1em;color:#000" id="WelcomeToOLEG">Welcome to the [[OLEG:About|Opto-Electronics & Lightwave Engineering Group (OLEG)]],</div> where we '''study and apply light-matter interactions in soft-condensed matter''', and which is directed by [[User:Mjescuti|'''Dr. Michael Escuti''']] (Assistant Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering).
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Welcome to the [[OLEG:About|Opto-Electronics & Lightwave Engineering Group (OLEG)]], where we study and apply light-matter interactions in soft-condensed matter, and which is directed by [[User:Mjescuti|Dr. Michael Escuti]] (Associate Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering). To learn more about our group, please see our [[OLEG:About|About/Contact]] page.
==Our Focus==
==Our Focus==
Our focus is on advanced optical / electrical / fluidic systems with an emphasis on the following elements: “Soft” Materials (liquid crystals, functional polymers), Holography, Micro-fluidics, Optical Trapping, and Numerical Simulations.
Our focus is on advanced optical / electrical / fluidic systems with an emphasis on the following elements: “Soft” Materials (liquid crystals, functional polymers), Holography, Micro-fluidics, Optical Trapping, and Numerical Simulations.
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==Research Areas==
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* Integrated Biophotonics
* Integrated Biophotonics
* Numerical Modeling
* Numerical Modeling
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Welcome to the Opto-Electronics & Lightwave Engineering Group (OLEG), where we study and apply light-matter interactions in soft-condensed matter, and which is directed by Dr. Michael Escuti (Associate Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering). To learn more about our group, please see our About/Contact page.

Our Focus

Our focus is on advanced optical / electrical / fluidic systems with an emphasis on the following elements: “Soft” Materials (liquid crystals, functional polymers), Holography, Micro-fluidics, Optical Trapping, and Numerical Simulations.

Research Areas

We principally build prototypes and study basic questions related to the following application areas:

  • Liquid Crystal Displays (ultra-efficient) LCDs
  • Optofluidic Devices for Manipulation of Cells & Nanoparticles
  • Photonic Switches and Tunable Filters
  • Optical Beamsteering
  • Spectral and Imaging Polarimetry and Spectrometers
  • Organic Light Emitting Devices
  • Integrated Biophotonics
  • Numerical Modeling