APS PhD Student Hossein Eybposh Wins OSA Paper Prize
APS PhD student Hossein Eybposh has won the 2020 OSA Biophotonics Congress: Biomedical Optics Student Paper Award for his paper, High-Speed Computer-Generated Holography Using Convolutional Neural Networks. The OSA Biophotonics Congress is an annual meeting which addresses the full spectrum of biomedical research and technology development. In alternating years, the congress scope focuses on biomedical optics (even years) or optics in life sciences (odd years).
Congratulations to Hossein and his faculty advisor, Nicolas Pégard!