Special Seminar - Dr. Zhilong Rao (JDSU), Thursday April 26, 4:00PM, CISX 101
svo at stanford.edu
Sun Apr 22 12:33:04 PDT 2012
The Stanford Optical Society is hosting this interesting-informal
presentation by a recent alumni of the physics department, Dr. Zhilong Rao.
He will share his experience in the recent years as a scientist/engineer in
the hi-tech Silicon Valley industries, specifically Applied Materials and
now, JDSU. This will be invaluable especially to those of you looking
forward to graduation within the next 10 years. Have I mention FREE drinks
yet? No, i don't think i have, but if you scroll down and read the title,
you'll find an even better surprise.
*Special Seminar Presented by the Stanford Optical Society*
*Product Engineering at JDSU
*Dr. Zhilong Rao
*JDS Uniphase Corporation (JDSU)*
*Thursday, April 26, 4:00 PM, CISX 101 Auditorium*
FREE FOOD and DRINKS and Candies! at 4PM
*JDS Uniphase Corporation (JDSU) *innovates and markets diverse
technologies that enhance the way people experience the world every day.
The products and technologies from JDSU enable fast, high-quality
communications, secure financial transactions, reliable consumer
electronics, green energy, differentiated brands and a host of other
solutions. JDSU provide these solutions through three business segments:
Communications Test and Measurement, Communications and Commercial Optical
Products, and Advanced Optical Technologies.
*Dr. Zhilong Rao *received his Ph.D. in Physics in 2008 from Stanford,
where he worked with Prof. James Harris on developing high-intensity
nano-aperture Vertical-Cavity Surface-Emitting Lasers (VCSELs) for
near-field optical applications. Currently, he holds a Senior Product
Engineer position within the Communications and Commercial Optical Products
division of JDSU, where he is responsible for managing semiconductor laser
and detector products for fiber optic communications. Prior to joining
JDSU, he worked as a Technologist in the office of Chief Technology Officer
at Applied Materials Inc.
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