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David L. Dickensheets
Professor
530 Cobleigh Hall
Bozeman, MT 59717

Tel: (406) 994-7874
Fax: (406) 994-5958
davidd@ece.montana.edu

ECE Department
Montana State University
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Bozeman, MT 59717

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Prof. Dickensheets' Curriculum Vitae

Dickensheets' 2 Page CV (PDF)

Table of Contents

  1. Education
  2. Professional Experience
  3. Teaching Experience
  4. Professional Membership & Service
  5. Awards and Honors
  6. Publications
  7. Patents
  8. Invited Talks

  1. Education

    Ph.D. (1997)  Electrical Engineering, Stanford University , Stanford , CA

    “A Microfabricated Scanning Confocal Optical Microscope for In Situ Imaging”

    M.S. (1988)  Electrical Engineering, University of Washington , Seattle , WA

    “Non-Invasive Quantitative Estimation of Circulating Bilirubin in Newborns”

    B.S. (1985)  Electrical Engineering, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO

     

  2. Professional Experience

     

    2009- Professor , Montana State University, Bozeman , MT
    2003- Associate Professor , Montana State University, Bozeman , MT
    2004- Director, MSU Microfabrication Facility, Bozeman , MT
    1997-2003 Assistant Professor, Montana State University , Bozeman , MT
    1996-97 Research Associate at the Edward L. Ginzton Laboratory, Stanford University
    1991-96 Research Assistant for Stanford University Dept. of Electrical Engineering
    1988-91 Design Engineer for Hewlett-Packard Co., Andover , MA
    1988 Research Engineer for SciMed, Bothell , WA
    1986-88 Research Assistant for Univ. of Washington Dept. of Electrical Engineering
    1983-85 Student Engineer, NBI, inc., Boulder , CO

  3. Teaching Experience

    General areas: Electromagnetics and Optics, Electronics

    Courses taught include:

    EE207 Circuits II 
    EE216 Electronics I 
    EE316 Electronics II 
    EE317 Electronics 
    EE301 Multidisciplinary Seminars 
    EE308 Signal and System Analysis 
    EE335 Electromagnetic Theory II 
    EE391/EE492 Senior Design (group mentor) 
    EE482 Introduction to Electro-optical Systems 
    EE492 Senior Design (course instructor)
    EE533 Applied Electromagnetic Theory I 
    EE534 Applied Electromagnetic Theory II 
    EE533 Antenna Engineering 
    EE581 Fourier Optics and Imaging Theory

  4. Professional Membership & Service

    Associate Editor for Journal of Micro/Nanolithography, MEMS and MOEMS (2008-)

    Reviewer for: Applied Optics, Optics Letters, Optics Express, Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, Journal of Micro/nanolithography,  MEMS and MOEMS

                

                Conference Chair

                SPIE  MOEMS Display and Imaging Systems II-III, at Photonics West, 2004-2005

    SPIE MOEMS and Miniaturized Systems V-VIII, at Photonics West, 2006-2009

     

                Conference Co-Chair:

                            SPIE  MOEMS for Imaging and Display I, at Photonics West, January 2003

    IEEE/LEOS  Optical MEMS 2005 ( USA co-chair)

     

    Conference Program Committees:

    SPIE  MOEMS and Miniaturized Systems II-VIII, 2001-2010

    IEEE/LEOS  Optical MEMS 2003-2010

    IEEE/LEOS Annual Meeting Special Topic: Optical MEMS/NEMS, 2007

    EOS Topical Meeting: “Micro-Optics, Diffractive Optics and Optical MEMS”, 2006-7

               

  5. Awards and Honors

    2009 Montana State University Award for Excellence mentor

    2007 Montana State University Award for Excellence mentor

    Nominated for the MSU 2005 President’s Excellence in Teaching Award

    Nominated for the MSU 2004 President’s Excellence in Teaching Award

    2004 Montana State University Award for Excellence mentor

    2003 Outstanding Instructor Award – MSU ECE Department

    2003 Outstanding Research Award – MSU ECE Department

    Thesis Advisor to Chelle Crowder, 2001 MSU Outstanding Masters Thesis

  6. Publications  
    1. Christopher Arrasmith, David Dickensheets, Anita Mahadevan-Jansen, “MEMS-based handheld confocal microscope for in-vivo skin imaging,” Optics Express 18 (4), 3805-3819, 2010.
    2. B. Jeffery Lutzenberger, Mohammad J. Moghimi, Sarah J. Lukes, Brant Kaylor, David L. Dickensheets, "MEMS deformable mirrors for focus control in vital microscopy," SPIE Vol. 7594, January 23-28, 2010.
    3. Sarah J. Lukes, Phillip A. Himmer, Eric J. Moog, Steven R. Shaw, David L. Dickensheets, "Surface micro-machined SU8-2002 membrane mirrors for focus control," SPIE Vol. 7594, January 23-28, 2010.
    4. Sarah J. Lukes, Phillip A. Himmer, Eric J. Moog, Steven R. Shaw, David L. Dickensheets, “Feedback Stabilized Deformable Membrane Mirrors for Focus Control,” Journal of Micro/Nanolithography, MEMS and MOEMS, Vol. 8, 043040 (2009).
    5.  B. Jeffrey Lutzenberger and D. L. Dickensheets, “Fabrication and modeling of rib-stiffened thin films,” J. Micromech. Microeng. Vol. 19 No. 9, 095003, September 2009.
    6. Lukes, S., Lutzenberger, B. J., Dunbar, E., Shaw, S. R. and Dickensheets, D. L. "Variable-focus SU-8 membrane mirror with enhanced stroke using feedback control,"  IEEE/LEOS International Conference on Optical MEMS and Nanophotonics, 141-142, 2009.
    7. Sarah J. Lukes, Phillip A. Himmer, Eric J. Moog, Steven R. Shaw, David L. Dickensheets, “Feedback Stabilized Deformable Membrane Mirrors for Focus Control,” SPIE Vol. 7208, January 27-28, 2009.
    8. Christopher L. Arrasmith, Chetan A. Patil, David L. Dickensheets, Anita Mahadevan-Jansen, “A MEMS based handheld confocal microscope with Raman spectroscopy for in-vivo skin cancer diagnosis,” SPIE Vol. 7169, January 24-27, 2009.
    9. Erwin Dunbar, Matthew Leone, Sarah Lukes, David L. Dickensheets, “Polymer deformable membrane mirrors for focus control using SU-8 2002,” 2008 IEEE/LEOS International Conference on Optical MEMS, Freiburg, Germany, August 11-14, 2008.
    10. David L. Dickensheets, Hans Peter Herzig, Wataru Nakagawa, Kaspar Suter, Urs Staufer, “Nanostructured effective-index micro-optical devices based on blazed 2-D sub-wavelength gratings with uniform features on a variable-pitch,” 2008 IEEE/LEOS International Conference on Optical MEMS, Freiburg, Germany, August 11-14, 2008.
    11. David L. Dickensheets, “Requirements of MEMS membrane mirrors for focus adjustment and aberration correction in endoscopic confocal and optical coherence tomography imaging instruments,” J. Micro/Nanolithography, MEMS and MOEMS Vol. 7, 021008, Apr. 30, 2008.
    12. David L. Dickensheets, “MEMS membrane mirrors for focus adjustment and aberration correction in endoscopic confocal and OCT imaging instruments,” (invited paper) SPIE Vol. 6467, January 20-25, 2007.
    13. David L. Dickensheets, Marshall Overcast, Phillip Himmer, Victor X.D. Yang, I. Alex Vitkin, “Focus Tracking in Time Domain Optical Coherence Tomography Using Membrane Mirrors Operated Near Snap-Down,” 2006 IEEE/LEOS International Conference on Optical MEMS, Big Sky, Montana, August 21-24, 2006.
    14. Victor X. D. Yang, Youxin Mao, Beau A. Standish, Nigel R. Munce, Stephanie Chiu, Daina Burnes, Brian C. Wilson, and I. Alex Vitkin, Phillip A. Himmer and David L. Dickensheets, “Doppler optical coherence tomography with a micro-electro-mechanical membrane mirror for high-speed dynamic focus tracking,”Optics Letters, Vol. 31, No. 9, pp 1262-1264, May 2006.
    15. Phillip A. Himmer and David L. Dickensheets, “Spherical aberration correction using a silicon nitride deformable membrane mirror,” 2005 IEEE/LEOS International Conference on Optical MEMS, Oulu, Finland, pp 185-186, August 1-4, 2005.
    16. B. Jeffry Lutzenberger, David L. Dickensheets and Phillip A. Himmer, “Periodic rib-reinforced silicon nitride scan mirrors,” 2005 IEEE/LEOS International Conference on Optical MEMS, Oulu, Finland, pp 133-134, August 1-4, 2005.
    17. Yuhe Shao, David L. Dickensheets, “MEMS Three-Dimensional Scan Mirror for Single-point Control of Beam Deflection and Focus,” Journal of Microlithography, Microfabrication and Microsystems, Vol. 4 no. 4,  41502-1-7, October, 2005.
    18. Ellery, A., Ball, A. J., Cockell, C., Dickensheets, D., Edwards, H., Kolb, C., Lammer, H., Patel, M.,  Richter, L., "Vanguard - a European robotic astrobiology-focused Mars sub-surface mission proposal," Acta Astronautica, Vol. 56 no. 3, pp397-407, Feb. 2005.
    19. Yuhe Shao, David L. Dickensheets, “MEMS 3D Mirror for Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy,” 2004 IEEE/LEOS International Conference on Optical MEMS, Takamatsu, Kagawa, Japan, pp 216-217, August 22-26, 2004.
    20. David L. Dickensheets, Angela M. Kimmel “MOEMS Torsion Mirror Addressed Variable Optical Delay,” 2004 IEEE/LEOS International Conference on Optical MEMS, Takamatsu, Kagawa, Japan, pp 34-35, August 22-26, 2004.
    21. Yuhe Shao, David Dickensheets, Phillip Himmer, “3-D MOEMS Mirror for Laser Beam Pointing and Focus Control,” IEEE Journal Of Selected Topics In Quantum Electronics, Vol. 10, No. 3, May/June 2004.
    22. Alex Ellery, David Wynn-Williams, John Parnell, Howell G.M. Edwards, David Dickensheets “The role of Raman spectroscopy as an astrobiological tool in the exploration of Mars” Journal of Raman Spectroscopy Volume: 35, Issue: 6, pp. 441 – 457, June 2004.
    23. Yuhe Shao, David L. Dickensheets, “MEMS Three-Dimensional Scan Mirror,” SPIE Vol. 5348, pp. 175-183, January 26-27, 2004.
    24. Phillip Himmer, David L. Dickensheets, “Dynamic behavior of high-speed silicon nitride deformable mirrors,” SPIE Vol. 5348, pp. 150-159, January 26-27, 2004.
    25. Bing Qi, Phillip A. Himmer, Maggie L. Gordon, Victor X.D. Yang, David L. Dickensheets, I. Alex Vitkin, “Dynamic focus control in high-speed optical coherence tomography based on a microelectromechanical mirror,” Optics Communications, Vol 232/1-6 pp 123-128, 2004.
    26. B. Jeffrey Lutzenberger, David L. Dickensheets and Todd J. Kaiser, “Large Area Molded Silicon Nitride Torsion Mirrors for Optical Switching,” IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 15
    27. D.L. Dickensheets, Y. Shao and N.El Ferradi, “MEMS-Based Endoscopic Fluorescence Confocal Microscope”, BMES Annual Fall Meeting Oct. 1-4, 2003, Nashville, TN, 2003.
    28. Howell G.M. Edwards, Emma M. Newton, , David L. Dickensheets,  David D. Wynn-Williams, “Raman spectroscopic detection of biomolecular markers from Antarctic materials: evaluation for putative Martian habitats,” Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy Volume: 59, Issue: 10, pp. 2277 – 2290, August, 2003.
    29. A.Ellery, A.Ball, P.Coste, D.Dickensheets, H.Hu, R.Lorenz, H.Nehmzow, G.Mckee, L.Richter and A.Winfield, "A robotic triad for Mars surface & sub-surface exploration" i-SAIRAS2003, Nara, Japan, May 24, 2003.
    30. Phillip A. Himmer and David L. Dickensheets, “Off-axis variable focus and aberration control mirrors,” SPIE Vol. 4985, pp. 296-303, January 28-29, 2003.
    31. A. Ellery, J. Parnell, A. Steele, D. Dickensheets, H. Edwards, L. Richter, C. Kolb, H. Lammer, M. Patel, J. Romstedt, C. Cockell, “Astrobiological Instrumentation For Mars – The Only Way Is Down,” International Journal of Astrobiology, Vol. 1 (4), 365 – 380, 2002.
    32. Howell G. M. Edwards, Emma M. Newton, David D. Winn-Williams, David Dickensheets, Chris Schoen, Chelle Crowder, “Laser Wavelength Selection for Raman Spectroscopy of Microbial Pigments in situ in Antarctic Desert Ecosystem Analogues of Former Habitats on Mars,” International Journal of Astrobiology, Vol. 1 (4), 333-348, 2002.
    33. Ellery A, Cockell C, Edwards H, Dickensheets D & Welch C (2002) “Vanguard – a proposed European astrobiology experiment on Mars” International Journal of Astrobiology, Vol. 1, (3). July 2002. pp191-199.
    34. David L. Dickensheets, B. Jeffrey Lutzenberger, Todd J. Kaiser and Phillip A. Himmer, “Large-Area Molded Silicon Nitride Torsion Mirrors,” (Invited Paper) 2002 IEEE/LEOS International Conference on Optical MEMS, Lugano, Switzerland, pp 47-48, August 20-23, 2002.
    35. Phillip A. Himmer, David L. Dickensheets, “High speed, large deflection deformable mirrors for focus and spherical aberration control,” 2002 IEEE/LEOS International Conference on Optical MEMS, Lugano, Switzerland, pp 193-4, August 20-23, 2002.
    36. Ellery A, Wynn-Williams D, Dickensheets D, Edwards H, Welch C, Curley A (2002) “Design options for a new European astrobiology-focussed Mars mission – Vanguard” World Space Congress 2002, Houston, USA, paper no. IAC-02-Q.3.2.04, October 2002.
    37. Ellery A, Ball A, Cockell C, Coste P, Dickensheets D, Edwards H, Hu H, Kolb C, Lammer H, Lorenz R, McKee G, Richter L, Winfield A & Welch C (2002) “Robotic astrobiology – the need for sub-surface penetration of Mars” Proc 2nd European Workshop on Exo/Astrobiology ESA SP-518, Graz, Austria, September 2002.
    38. Phillip A. Himmer, David L. Dickensheets and Robert A. Friholm, “Micromachined silicon nitride deformable mirrors for focus control,” Optics Letters, Vol. 26, No. 16, pp 1280-1282, August 2001.
    39. David L. Dickensheets, “MOEMS-Based Instruments For In-Situ Scanning Confocal Microscopy,” (Invited Paper) presented at LEOS 2001 14th Annual Meeting of the IEEE Lasers and Electro-optics Society, San Diego, CA, pp 68-69, November 12-15, 2001.
    40. Todd J. Kaiser, B. Jeffrey Lutzenberger, Robert A. Friholm, Phillip A. Himmer, David.L. Dickensheets, “Silicon Nitride Biaxial Pointing Mirrors with Stiffening Ribs,” SPIE conference on Micromachining and Microfabrication, San Francisco, CA, SPIE 4561, pp 276-82, October 22-24, 2001.
    41. B. Jeffrey Lutzenberger, David.L. Dickensheets, “Vertical Stiffening Members for Flatness Control of Surface Micromachined Structures,” SPIE conference on Micromachining and Microfabrication, San Francisco, CA, SPIE 4561, pp 238-46, October 22-24, 2001.
    42. Richter L, Dickensheets D, Wynn-Williams D, Edwards D & Sims M (2001) “An instrumented mole for Mars exobiological research” 1st European Exo/Astrobiology Workshop (May 2001), Frascati, Italy, Poster paper.
    43. David L. Dickensheets, Phillip A. Himmer, Robert A. Friholm, B. Jeffrey Lutzenberger, “Miniature high-resolution imaging system with 3-dimensional MOEMS beam scanning for Mars exploration,” (Invited Paper) Proc. Of the SPIE conference on Micromachining and Microfabrication, Santa Clara, CA, SPIE 4178, pp 90-7, September 18-20, 2000.
    44. David L. Dickensheets, David D. Wynn-Williams, Howell G. M. Edwards, Christian Schoen, Chelle Crowder and Emma M. Newton, “A novel miniature confocal microscope/Raman spectrometer system for biomolecular analysis on future Mars missions after Antarctic trials,” Journal of Raman Spectroscopy, vol. 31, pp 633-635, 2000.
    45. C. H. Schoen and D.L. Dickensheets,  “Tools for robotic in situ optical microscopy and Raman spectroscopy on mars,” presented at the NASA/LPI workshop on Concepts and Approaches for Mars Exploration, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, Texas, July 18-20, 2000.
    46. Faming Xu, Haridas E. Pudavar, Paras. N. Prasad, David Dickensheets, “Confocal enhanced optical coherence tomography for nondestructive evaluation of paints and coatings” Optics Letters, 24 (24), December 15, 1999, pp1808-1810.
    47. D.L. Dickensheets, Paul V. Ashcraft and Phillip A. Himmer, “Pixel-by-pixel aberration correction for scanned-beam micro-optical instruments” Proc. Of the SPIE conference on Micromachining and Microfabrication, Santa Clara, CA, 1999.
    48. D.L. Dickensheets, “Compact Imaging Confocal Raman Microspectrometer”, NIH workshop on in-vivo imaging, Bethesda, MD, September 16-17, 1999.
    49. D.L. Dickensheets and G.S. Kino, "Silicon Micromachined Scanning Confocal Optical Microscope," IEEE J. Microelectromechanical Systems, v. 7, no. 1, pp 38-47, March, 1998.
    50. D.L. Dickensheets and G. S. Kino, "Biaxial Electrostatic Torsional Scanning Mirror for a Microfabricated Confocal Optical Microscope," Proc. of the SPIE, 3009, 1997.
    51. D.L. Dickensheets, "Imaging Performance of Off-Axis Planar Diffractive Lenses." Journal of the Optical Society of America, A, 13, 1849-58, 1996.
    52. D.L. Dickensheets and G.S. Kino, "A Micromachined Scanning Confocal Optical Microscope," Optics Letters, 21, 764-6, 1996.
    53. D.L. Dickensheets and G. S. Kino, "Micromachined Confocal Optical Microscope," Proc. of the SPIE, 2655, 79-85, 1996.
    54. D. Dickensheets and G.S. Kino, "A Scanned Optical Fiber Confocal Microscope," Proc. SPIE, 2184, 39-47, 1994.
    55. Decker, M.J., D. Dickensheets, J.L. Arnold, P.W. Cheung, K.P. Strohl, "A Comparison of a New Reflectance Oximeter With the Hewlett-Packard Ear Oximeter," Biomedical Instrumentation and Technology, 24, 122-6, 1990.
    56. D.L. Dickensheets and P.W. Cheung, "Pathlength Independent Spectrophotometric Measurement of Hemoglobin in Solution," Proc. of the Int. Ann. Conf. IEEE EMBS, 4, 1090-1, 1989.

     BOOK CHAPTERS

     

    [1]        David L. Dickensheets, Topical Editor and Author,  “Optical Microscopy”, Encyclopedia of Optical Engineering, Ed. Ronald Driggers,  Marcell-Decker, New York,  pp 1738-1751, 2003.

    [2]        Hakan Urey and David L. Dickensheets, “Display and Imaging Systems,” in Micro-Optic-Electro-Mechanical Systems, edited by M. Edward Motamedi, SPIE Press, for publication in 2004.

  7. Patents

    [1]        Phillip A. Himmer, David L. Dickensheets, “Off-axis variable focus and aberration control mirrors and method”, US Patent # 7,494,233, February 24, 2009.

    [2]        Clarence T. Tegreene, David L. Dickensheets, “Optical scanning system with correction”, US Patent # 7,428,093, September 23, 2008.

    [3]        Clarence T. Tegreene, David L. Dickensheets, “Optical scanning system with correction”, US Patent # 7,098,871, August 29, 2006 .

    [4]        David L. Dickensheets, Gordon S. Kino, "Miniature scanning confocal microscope,” US Patent # 6,749,346, June 15, 2004 .

    [5]        David L. Dickensheets, Gordon S. Kino, “Light scanning device and confocal optical device using same”, US Patent # 6,172,789, January 9, 2001.

    [6]        David L. Dickensheets, Gordon S. Kino, “Miniature Scanning Confocal Microscope” US Patent # 6,154,305, Nov. 28, 2000 .

    [7]        D.L. Dickensheets and G.S. Kino, "Miniature scanning confocal microscope,” US Patent # 6,088,145, July 11, 2000 .

    [8]        Dickensheets, Kino, Kubo, Murata, “Light scanning device and confocal optical device using same”, US Patent #6,057,952, 5/2/2000

    [9]        D.L. Dickensheets and G.S. Kino, "Miniature scanning confocal microscope,” US Patent #6,007,208, 12/28/99 .

    [10]     D.L. Dickensheets and G.S. Kino, “Small-Sized Scanning Confocal Microscope,” Japanese Patent #JP11183807A2, 7/9/99 .

    [11]     D.L. Dickensheets and G.S. Kino, “Miniature Scanning Confocal Microscope,” US Patent #5,907,425, 5/25/99 .

    [12]     D.L. Dickensheets, G.S. Kino and P. Neuzil, “Magneto-optic recording system and method,” US Patent # 5,859,814, 1/12/99

    [13]     D.L. Dickensheets and G.S. Kino, “Miniature Scanning Confocal Microscope,” US Patent #5,742,419, 4/21/98 .

  8. Invited Talks

[1]        “Micro- and Nanotechnology at MSU: An overview of the Montana Microfabrication Facility,” presented at the Physics Colloquium, Bozeman MT , December 4, 2008.

[2]        “MEMS for miniaturized and highly functional optical microscopy systems,” Invited Colloquium at Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems, Dresden , Germany , August 8, 2008.

[3]         “MEMS-enabled confocal microscopy and optical coherence tomography for live-animal imaging,” presented at New ways to Measure the Brain: Neuronal Activity – a Symposium, Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman MT , May 15, 2008 .

[4]        “Focus Tracking in Time Domain Optical Coherence Tomography Using MEMS Membrane Mirrors Operated Near Snap-Down,” Colloquium presented at the Mathematics Department Seminar Series, Montana State University , Bozeman , MT , Nov. 8, 2007 .

[5]        “Silicon Sub-wavelength Gratings For Efficient Blazed-Binary Lenses,” Colloquium presented at OPTeC Speaker Series, Montana State University , Bozeman , MT , March 6, 2006 .

[6]        “MOEMS for 3-D Beam Control,” Colloquium presented at University of Neuchâtel , Institute for Microtechnology, October 5, 2005 .

[7]        “MEMS devices for laser beam pointing and focus control: enabling technology for endoscopic microscopy of tissues in vivo,” Colloquium presented at University of Wyoming , Nov. 4, 2004 .

[8]        “MEMS-based endoscopic fluorescence confocal microscope for in situ imaging,” Colloquium presented at University of Texas Austin , BME IGERT Seminar Series, Dec. 5, 2003 .

[9]        “MEMS devices and MEMS-based miniature instruments for endoscopic CLSM and OCT imaging,” Colloquium presented at University of Toronto , Toronto , Ontario , March 4, 2003 .

[10]     “MOEM devices for 3D+ beam control in microoptical systems,” Colloquium presented at University of Minnesota , ECE Dept. April 3, 2003 .

[11]     “Micro-optics and MEMS for Optical Communications and Imaging,” Colloquium presented at IEEE Montana Section Meeting, Nov. 7, 2002 .

[12]     “Miniature Microscopy in Medicine and on Mars (and in Mud Pots?),” Colloquium presented at the Thermal Biology Institute, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT, June 19, 2000.

[13]     “If The Sample Won’t Go to the Microscope… Miniature Microscopy in Medicine and on Mars,” Colloquium presented at the University of Iowa Medical Sciences Center , Iowa City , IA , December 10, 1999 .

[14]     “If The Sample Won’t Go to the Microscope… Miniature Microscopy in Medicine and on Mars,” Colloquium presented at Sigma Xi Brown-Bag Luncheon Meeting, MSU, Feb. 19, 1999 .

[15]     “If The Sample Won’t Go to the Microscope… Miniature Microscopy in Medicine and on Mars,” Colloquium presented at the Optical Sciences Center of the University of Arizona , Tucson , AZ , Feb. 11, 1999 .

[16]     “Miniature Optical Microscopes for in situ Medical Imaging”, Colloquium presented to the Biology department, MSU, Dec. 3, 1998 .

[17]     “Miniature Confocal Microscopes for Medical Imaging,” Colloquium presented to the Chemistry Department of  SUNY-Buffalo, June 8, 1998 .

[18]     “Miniature Confocal Microscopes for Medical Imaging,” Presented to the International Heart Institute of Montana Foundation, Missoula , Montana , February 25, 1998 .

 




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