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2019
Durst, Michael E et al. Dispersion Compensation By A Liquid Lens (Discoball). Applied Optics 58 (2019): 428–435. Web. Applied Optics.
2017
Durst, Michael E et al. 3D Multiphoton Fluorescence Imaging With Temporal Focusing Microscopy. Northeast Regional IDeA Conference 2017: n. pag. Print. Northeast Regional Idea Conference.
Moskovitz, Emma, and Michael E Durst. Optimization Of A Two-Photon Laser Scanning Microscope. Symposium on Undergraduate Research at the annual meeting of the Division of Laser Science of the American Physical Society 2017: LS1A-13. Print. Symposium On Undergraduate Research At The Annual Meeting Of The Division Of Laser Science Of The American Physical Society.
2016
Miller, Emily, and Michael E Durst. Constructing A Wavelength-Tunable, Two-Photon Microscope To Image Green Fluorescent Protein. Symposium on Undergraduate Research at the annual meeting of the Division of Laser Science of the American Physical Society 2016: LTu2J-11. Print. Symposium On Undergraduate Research At The Annual Meeting Of The Division Of Laser Science Of The American Physical Society.
McNeill, Kirsten, and Michael E Durst. Temporal Focusing With Optical Fiber Delivery. Symposium on Undergraduate Research at the annual meeting of the Division of Laser Science of the American Physical Society 2016: LTu2J-12. Print. Symposium On Undergraduate Research At The Annual Meeting Of The Division Of Laser Science Of The American Physical Society.
2015
Kubacki, Michaela J, and Marina Moraiti. Analysis Of A Second Order, Unconditionally Stable, Partitioned Methods For The Evolutionary Stokes-Darcy Model. International Journal of Numerical Analysis and Modeling 12.4 (2015): 730. Web. International Journal Of Numerical Analysis And Modeling.
2011
Durst, Michael E, and Jerome Mertz. Multiphoton Photothermal Imaging In Scattering Samples. Novel Techniques In Microscopyoptics In The Life Sciences. Monterey, CaliforniaWashington, D.C.: OSA, 2011. NMD6. Web. Novel Techniques In Microscopyoptics In The Life Sciences.