Assistant Professor
Education/Training/Degree
Postdoctoral Fellow, Northwestern, 2006 - PhD, Optical Sciences, University of Arizona 2003 - MS, Optical Sciences, University of Arizona 1999 - BS, Physics, Michigan Technological Univ.

 

Jeremy D. Rogers is a Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Wisconsin at Madison (starting Fall of 2013). He has research appointments in both the McPherson Eye Research Institute (MERI) and LOCI

The Rogers Laboratory is looking for talented undergraduate and graduate researchers in both the biological and physical sciences who are interested in optical instrumentation and biomedical imaging problems. Please contact Dr. Rogers for details. 

Research Projects and areas of interest:

Theory
Light scattering from continuously random media
Relationship between optical properties and refractive index model parameters

Simulation
Monte Carlo modeling of light transport in random/turbid media
Numerical simulation of LEBS

Experiment
experimental LEBS
Spectral microscopy
Optical metrology
Refractometry of cells

Design and engineering
Design of fiber optic probes for in vivo clinical trials
Optical design for imaging and non-imaging detection of scattered light
Microscope optical design
Stray light reduction in endoscopic instruments