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Featured Presentations

Feb. 8th, 2013 - Presentation at Stanford University by Prof. Bahram Jalali " From Telecommunication to Cancer Detection: New Applications of Fiber Optics Technology"

UCLA Science Faculty Research Colloquium by Prof. Bahram Jalali " Real-Time Measurements, Rogue Events, and Photon Economics"

Presentation at CLEO Europe 2009 by Keisuke Goda " Serial Time-Encoded Amplified Microscopy (STEAM)"
Immediate Positions Available
Postdoc Available
The JALALI-LAB @ UCLA is looking for highly motivated postdoctoral scholars with excellent academic records. Applicable projects are primarily focused on ultrafast imaging for biomedical applciations. Interested candidates should send their CV to "ucla [dot] photonics [dot] lab [at] gmail [dot] com".
Research Position Available
The JALALI-LAB @ UCLA is seeking a graduate or skilled undergraduate students with significant experience in FPGA development. The project goal is to develop novel methods for cancer diagnosis and therapy. Interested candidates should send their CV to "ucla [dot] photonics [dot] lab [at] gmail [dot] com".
Open Research Positions
Exciting research projects are available for postdoctoral scholars, graduate, and undergraduate students. Candidates with fellowships will be given priority. Interested candidates should read the following.
Excellent opportunities for postdoctoral scholars
  • Theoretical and experimental research projects
  • Potential publications in top journals (Nature, Science, etc.)
  • Frequent publications in optics and applied physics journals
  • Career development in both academic and industry pathways
  • Research skills in a diverse range of disciplines
  • Attendance to domestic and international conferences
  • Interdisciplinary collaboration with industry and other departments
  • Recommendation letters for fellowship applications
If you are interested in applying for a postdoctoral scholar position, please send a brief e-mail together with a CV and the names and contact information of a few references to "ucla [dot] photonics [dot] lab [at] gmail [dot] com". Also, please specify briefly in the e-mail (1) your research interests, (2) your research plans, (3) your career goals, and (4) whether you have a fellowship. Go to the Research page for the details of our ongoing and future projects. We encourage applications from candidates with backgrounds in physics, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, chemistry, chemical engineering, bioengineering, mathematics, and computer science.
Excellent opportunities for graduate students
  • Theoretical and experimental research projects for M.S. and Ph.D. theses
  • Potential publications in top journals (Nature, Science, etc.)
  • Career development in both academic and industry pathways
  • Research skills in a diverse range of disciplines
  • Attendance to domestic and international conferences
  • Interdisciplinary collaboration with industry and other departments
  • Recommendation letters for fellowship applications
If you are interested in applying for a graduate research position, please send a brief e-mail together with a CV and the names and contact information of a few references to "ucla [dot] photonics [dot] lab [at] gmail [dot] com". Also, please specify briefly in the e-mail (1) your research interests, (2) your career goals, and (3) whether you have a fellowship. Go to the Research page for the details of our ongoing and future projects. We encourage applications from students in physics, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, chemistry, chemical engineering, bioengineering, mathematics, and computer science.
Excellent opportunities for undergraduate students
  • Research credit (PHYS196, PHYS199, EE199, BE199, MAE199, etc.)
  • Research experience for grad school applications
  • Publications and senior theses
  • Recommendation letters for fellowship and grad school applications
  • All our previous undergraduate students got admitted to top graduate schools
If you are interested in applying for an undergradaute research position, please send a brief e-mail together with a CV to "ucla [dot] photonics [dot] lab [at] gmail [dot] com". Also, please specify briefly in the e-mail (1) your research interests and (2) your career goals. Go to the Research page for the details of our ongoing and future projects. We encourage applications from students in physics, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, chemistry, chemical engineering, bioengineering, mathematics, and computer science.
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