Individual Projects

  • Teaching materials from Chemistry 335L: Materials and Biophysical Chemistry Laboratory were used by Raleigh Capozzalo in the optics seminar, "Bending Light." (6/30/2017, Frontiers in Math and Science session of Yale Young Global Scholars) The mobile microscope was used to demonstrate the application of multi-lens systems. Its Köhler illumination scheme was used to demonstrate converging, diverging and collimated light sources. Importance of numerical aperture was discussed using the high power objective as an example. The Chem335L lab manual was assigned reading material.
  • Teaching materials from Chemistry 335L: Materials and Biophysical Chemistry Laboratory were used by Raleigh Capozzalo in the optics seminar, "Bending Light." (6/30/2017, Frontiers in Math and Science session of Yale Young Global Scholars) The mobile microscope was used to demonstrate the application of multi-lens systems. Its Köhler illumination scheme was used to demonstrate converging, diverging and collimated light sources. Importance of numerical aperture was discussed using the high power objective as an example. The Chem335L lab manual was assigned reading material.
  • Teaching materials from Chemistry 335L: Materials and Biophysical Chemistry Laboratory were used by Raleigh Capozzalo in the optics seminar, "Bending Light." (6/30/2017, Frontiers in Math and Science session of Yale Young Global Scholars) The mobile microscope was used to demonstrate the application of multi-lens systems. Its Köhler illumination scheme was used to demonstrate converging, diverging and collimated light sources. Importance of numerical aperture was discussed using the high power objective as an example. The Chem335L lab manual was assigned reading material.
  • Teaching materials from Chemistry 335L: Materials and Biophysical Chemistry Laboratory were used by Raleigh Capozzalo in the optics seminar, "Bending Light." (6/30/2017, Frontiers in Math and Science session of Yale Young Global Scholars) The mobile microscope was used to demonstrate the application of multi-lens systems. Its Köhler illumination scheme was used to demonstrate converging, diverging and collimated light sources. Importance of numerical aperture was discussed using the high power objective as an example. The Chem335L lab manual was assigned reading material.
  • Graduate student Alex Parobek teaches a Yale Pathways to Science enrichment course, "It's a Small, Wave-like World." (7/17-7/21/2017)
  • Yale Pathways to Science Chemistry Open House 2016 - Graduate students Alex Parobek and Anna Chen describe the broadband infrared generation instrument. (5/14/16)