Welcome to Dr. Marek Osinski's Group!
Welcome to Dr. Osinski's research group at the University of New Mexico's Center for High Technology Materials. Here you can learn about our research interests and publications in the Research section of the website. Dr. Osinski's group currently supports a total of 15 combined graduate and undergraduate students. If you are interested in their credentials, visit the Group Members section. For directions on how to apply for the different programs in Dr. Osinski's group, please visit the Programs section of the website.
About Dr. Osinski
Dr. Osinski received his M.Sc. in Physics at the University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland. He wrote his thesis on Three-Pion Annihilation of Antiproton-Neutron Pairs in the Veneziano Model. He received his PhD in Physical Sciences at the Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland with his dissertation being in Application of Epstein Layer in Semiconductor Injection Laser Modeling.
As program director of UNM's $3.1 million fellowship program on Integrating Nanotechnology with Cell Biology and Neuroscience (INCBN), one of Dr. Osinski's current focuses is to develop applications of rapidly evolving nanotechnologies to cell biology and neuroscience. A National Science Foundation funded Integrated Graduate Education Research Traineeship (IGERT) program, the fellowship has supported 16 PhD students since 2006 with generous $30,000 a year stipends. The program also has an international component, supporting extended visits by the Fellows to Germany and Australia.
Dr. Osinski holds joint professorships with UNM's Physics and Astronomy and Computer Science departments. He also is an ECE member of the Optical Science and Engineering Graduate Committee, the governing body of the OSE program. As Fellow of the Society for Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE) and of the Optical Society of America, Dr. Osinski has chaired or co-chaired 29 SPIE conferences and symposia, edited 24 SPIE Proceedings volumes, and served on numerous conference program committees. He has authored or co-authored more than 415 technical papers and five book chapters, and he holds five patents.