Stephen C. Rand

Professor

Stephen C. Rand

Professor

Stephen C. Rand Stephen C. Rand

Stephen C. Rand

Professor
Director, Center for Dynamic Magneto-Optics

University of Michigan
EECS Department
Electrical & Computer Engineering
3102 ERB I
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Tel: (734) 763-6810
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Recent News Stories

Storage of light, continuous-wave laser action in random media, Transverse Optical Magnetism

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1. Laser Focus World (2011) article on the "optical capacitor" PDF file

2. Photonics Spectra (2011) "Solar Power without Semiconductors" PDF file

3. Christian Science Monitor (PDF file) on renewable energy (2011).

4. Forbes (PDF file) articles on solar power breakthrough (2011).

5. Optics and Photonics News (OPN) feature article on Transverse Optical Magnetism (2010). PDF file

6.  Professor Rand elected Fellow of the Optical Society of America  (May 2004): 
Cited for "the invention of  novel solid-state lasers, such as the diamond laser, mode-locked upconversion lasers and laser phosphors.

7. Optics and Photonics News (OPN) feature article on Bright Storage of Light (2003). PDF file

8. United Press International (UPI) coverage of the cw random laser discoveries at UM (2002): PDF file

9. Optics and Photonics News (OPN) article on Stationary Light research at UM (2002): PDF file

10.  Business Week coverage of potential impact of laser phosphors on the lighting industry (2002): PDF file 
  
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