When Lončar began teaching Introduction to Electrical Engineering five years ago, 19 students were enrolled. The course has since exploded in popularity, growing to 220 students representing a variety of concentrations.
What was behind the transformation?
“Over the years, I made the course more hands-on,” Lončar explained. “We replaced final exams with projects. We also
Please read about Mike's efficient fiber-diamond couplers for quantum photonics, and Mihir's (Lukin group) quantum nonlinear optics with GeV color-centers. Also, if you want to know what Marko has been up to during his sabatical at TU Delft last year, check out Stefan's (Hanson group) work on fiber-based cavities for NV center enhancement. Finally, to see what's new in our non-diamond efforts, check out Daryl's (Mazur group) and Shota's work on metamaterials, Cheng's work on LiNbO3 nonlinear photonics, and Carmen's (Atature group) work on quantum dots in 2-D materials. Enjoy!