Five members of the lab successfully defended their theses on May 22-28, 2016.  The following are the students and their research titles:


MS Students:

Nestor Bareza Jr. – Subluminal  group velocity and dispersion of Laguerre-Gauss beam in free space

Esmerando Escoto – Computer generated holograms of weakly scattering surfaces

Undergraduate Students:

Josemaria Grana – Unknotting of chains on a vibrating platform

Rommil Emperado – A DC glow discharge facility for undergraduate plasma diagnostics experiments

Mario Juvenal Onglao III – Evaluation of integer and fractional topological charge via statistical fringe processing

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