OCT is an imaging technique that uses coherent light to capture micrometer-resolution, used for medical imaging and industrial nondestructive testing.
Associate Professor Sze Yun SET was selected as a Fellow of OSA for the invention of carbon nanotube mode-locked lasers and nano-carbon photonics, and pioneering contributions to the commercialization of technologies related to ultrafast optics.
Founded in 1916, OSA is an academic society headquartered in the United States. Since its inception, OSA has played a leading role in the fields of optics and photonics research. Fewer than 0.5% of the members are selected each year for their outstanding achievements in the field, unparalleled experience and knowledge, and their achievements for reform and progress. Therefore, only a limited number of people are certified to be promoted to fellows.