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Breaking Through: Women in Photonics

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Breaking Through is a Photonics Media podcast that examines the role of women in photonics. This series focuses on those working in photonics — in academia, research and industry — about challenges they face, and how to rise above those challenges to help future generations succeed.This podcast is written and produced by Senior Editor Justine Murphy, who is also writer and host of Photonics Media’s Light Matters newscast. She is an award-winning journalist with nearly 20 years of experience in the field, ranging from print publications to online broadcasting.

Latest Episodes

Breaking Through: Women in Photonics, ep.4 Kate Medicus

In this episode, Kate Medicus, an R & D team leader specializing in metrology and optics manufacturing at New York-based Optimax, discusses her years of experience in the optics field. She looks back on her education and career, sharing not only her experiences but also some guidance and advice for future generations.

9 MIN2017 JUL 25
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Breaking Through: Women in Photonics, ep.4 Kate Medicus

Breaking Through: Women in Photonics, ep.3 Jie Qiao

Breaking Through: Women in Photonics, ep.3 Jie Qiao by Photonics Media: Breaking Through

6 MIN2017 JUL 1
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Breaking Through: Women in Photonics, ep.3 Jie Qiao

Breaking Through: Women in Photonics, ep.2 Mackenzie Van Camp

In this episode, we talk with Mackenzie Van Camp, a Ph.D. candidate at Boston University who is studying ways to apply quantum mechanics of light for higher precision measurements, specifically in sensing applications, using a process called spontaneous parametric down-conversion. As a younger female embarking on her career in photonics, she shares her experiences and offers a unique perspective on the industry.

8 MIN2016 NOV 11
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Breaking Through: Women in Photonics, ep.2 Mackenzie Van Camp

Breaking Through: Women in Photonics, ep.1 Andrea Armani

This premiere episode features Andrea Armani, an associate professor of chemical engineering and materials science, and electrical engineering and electrophysics at the University of Southern California. She shares her personal experience as a woman in the field, how she sees women’s roles evolving, and her views on women of all ages breaking through antiquated boundaries.

6 MIN2016 AUG 31
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Breaking Through: Women in Photonics, ep.1 Andrea Armani
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Latest Episodes

Breaking Through: Women in Photonics, ep.4 Kate Medicus

In this episode, Kate Medicus, an R & D team leader specializing in metrology and optics manufacturing at New York-based Optimax, discusses her years of experience in the optics field. She looks back on her education and career, sharing not only her experiences but also some guidance and advice for future generations.

9 MIN2017 JUL 25
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Breaking Through: Women in Photonics, ep.4 Kate Medicus

Breaking Through: Women in Photonics, ep.3 Jie Qiao

Breaking Through: Women in Photonics, ep.3 Jie Qiao by Photonics Media: Breaking Through

6 MIN2017 JUL 1
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Breaking Through: Women in Photonics, ep.3 Jie Qiao

Breaking Through: Women in Photonics, ep.2 Mackenzie Van Camp

In this episode, we talk with Mackenzie Van Camp, a Ph.D. candidate at Boston University who is studying ways to apply quantum mechanics of light for higher precision measurements, specifically in sensing applications, using a process called spontaneous parametric down-conversion. As a younger female embarking on her career in photonics, she shares her experiences and offers a unique perspective on the industry.

8 MIN2016 NOV 11
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Breaking Through: Women in Photonics, ep.2 Mackenzie Van Camp

Breaking Through: Women in Photonics, ep.1 Andrea Armani

This premiere episode features Andrea Armani, an associate professor of chemical engineering and materials science, and electrical engineering and electrophysics at the University of Southern California. She shares her personal experience as a woman in the field, how she sees women’s roles evolving, and her views on women of all ages breaking through antiquated boundaries.

6 MIN2016 AUG 31
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Breaking Through: Women in Photonics, ep.1 Andrea Armani
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