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Alexander Hrin

Ph.D. pre-candidate
Biophysics (2008-present)

Project: Detection of DNA through the Asynchronous Rotation Tecnique
Advisor: Raoul Kopelman


About Alex: 
Alex graduated from Colorado School of Mines in 2007 with a B.S. in Engineering Physics and in 2008 with a M.S. in Applied Physics.  He entered the University of Michigan Biophysics Graduate Program in 2008.  His thesis project involves detection of DNA through the use of rotating magnetic particles.

Recent publications: Adams DE, Planchon TA, Hrin A, Squier JA, Durfee CG. Characterization of coupled nonlinear spatiospectral phase following an ultrafast self-focusing interaction. Optics Letters, 2009.



B.S. Engineering Physics
Colorado School of Mines

M.S. Applied Physics
Colorado School of Mines

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