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Durst, Michael E, and Xu, Chris. “Tunable Dispersion Compensation By A Rotating Cylindrical Lens”. Frontiers In Opticsfrontiers In Optics 2008/laser Science Xxiv/plasmonics And Metamaterials/optical Fabrication And Testing. Rochester, NYWashington, D.C., 2008. FThU4. Web.
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Zhu, Guanghao, et al.Simultaneous Spatial And Temporal Focusing Of Femtosecond Pulses”. Conference On Lasers And Electro-Optics/quantum Electronics And Laser Science And Photonic Applications Systems Technologiesconference On Lasers And Electro-Optics/quantum Electronics And Laser Science And Photonic Applications Systems Technologies. Baltimore, Maryland, 2005. CWP1. Web.
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Durst, Michael E, Zhu, Guanghao, and Xu, Chris. “Simultaneous Spatial And Temporal Focusing For Remote Axial Scanning In Wide Field Imaging”. 2006 Ieee Leos Annual Meeting2006 Ieee Leos Annual Meeting Conference Proceedings. Montreal, QC, Canada, 2006. 235 - 236. Web.
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Kenlock, Kathilee, and Durst, Michael E. “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 2013: LM2A-3. Print.
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Shi, Albert, and Durst, Michael E. “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 2013: LM2A-4. Print.
Afuye, Olalekan, and Durst, Michael E. “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 2013: LM2A-6. Print.
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Durst, Michael E, and Mertz, Jerome. “Multiphoton Photothermal Imaging In Scattering Samples”. Novel Techniques In Microscopyoptics In The Life Sciences. Monterey, CaliforniaWashington, D.C., 2011. NMD6. Web.
Ansari, Saad, and Durst, Michael E. “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 2013: LM2A-10. Print.
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Curry, Erin, and Durst, Michael E. “Long-Wavelength Multiphoton Microscopy”. Symposium On Undergraduate Research At The Annual Meeting Of The Division Of Laser Science Of The American Physical Society 2013: LM2A-13. Print.
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Keuren, Edward Van, Georgieva, Elena, and Durst, Michael E. “Kinetics Of The Growth Of Anthracene Nanoparticles”. Journal Of Dispersion Science And Technology 24.5 (2003): 721 - 729. Web.
Durst, Michael E, and Xu, Chris. “Kilohertz Tunable Dispersion Compensation With A Bimorph Piezo Deformable Mirror”. Conference On Lasers And Electro-Opticsconference On Lasers And Electro-Optics/international Quantum Electronics Conference. Baltimore, MarylandWashington, D.C., 2009. CMLL6. Web.
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Kobat, Demirhan, et al.In Vivo Deep Tissue Imaging With Long Wavelength Multiphoton Excitation”. Biosmultiphoton Microscopy In The Biomedical Sciences X. San Francisco, California, 2010. 75692R - 75692R-5. Web.
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Lee, Jennifer H, et al.Focusing Of The Lp02 Mode From A Higher Order Mode Fiber”. Cleo: Applications And Technologycleo:2011 - Laser Applications To Photonic Applications. Baltimore, MarylandWashington, D.C., 2011. JWA103. Web.
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