Marko named Harvard College Professor.

May 3, 2017

From Harvard Gazette [link]

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 incorporated more robotics into Read more about Marko named Harvard College Professor.

Several publications posted on arXiv!

December 19, 2016

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!