After doing his PhD in astrophotonics here at the CfAI he moved to Heidelberg Germany on a Zeiss fellowship. Here he also diversified his research interests, continuing his work in astrophotonics and also including work in 3D printing and helping develop MICADO, the first light imager and spectrograph for the Extremely Large Telescope. Now he’s back as an assistant professor we look forward to developing new integral field units, integrating state of the art 3d printing into our freeform optics and exploring new and exciting fields.
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