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Principal Role of Duke in the CPC: 

The Fitzpatrick Institute for Photonics (FIP) at Duke University provides research expertise related to eight research program areas  including: Biophotonics; Nano & Micro Systems; Photonic Materials; Nanophotonics; Quantum Optics & Information Photonics; Advanced  Photonics Systems; Data Treatment & Modeling,  and Novel Spectroscopies.


Specialties at the Fitzpatrick Institute for Photonics include:

1. Biophotonics
2. Photonic Materials
3. Nano & Micro Systems
4. Nanophotonics
5. Quantum Optics & Information Photonics
6. Advanced Photonics Systems
7. Data Treatment & Modeling
8. Novel Spectroscopies


Resource Facts:

1. Photonics-based square footage (labs, classrooms, etc): Fitzpatrick Institute for Photoncs (120,000 sqft); classroom and labs in the Pratt School of Engineering
2. 65 Faculty members from 21 Departments at Duke University and Duke Medical School
3. Invested capital: $100M+
4. External research grants ($M):$50M

 

Primary Point of Contact: Professor Tuan Vo-Dinh, FIP Director tuan.vodinh@duke.edu

Alternate Point of Contact: August Burns, Departmental Assistant august.burns@duke.edu


Websites:


Duke University: http://www.duke.edu/

The Fitzpatrick Institute for Photonics: http://www.fitzpatrick.duke.edu/