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Shin-Tson Wu is a Pegasus professor of Optics and Photonics, University of Central Florida. Prior to joining UCF in 2001, Dr. Wu was with Hughes Research Laboratories (Malibu, California) where the first laser was invented. He received his Ph.D. in Laser Physics from University of Southern California (Los Angeles), and BS in Physics from National Taiwan University (Taipei). His research at UCF focuses in five areas: 1. Advanced displays, including quantum dots and sunlight readable LCDs and OLEDs, 2. Wearable displays including augmented reality and virtual reality, 3. Adaptive lenses, 4. Spatial light modulators, and 5. Biosensors.
Dr. Wu is a Charter Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors (2012) and one of the first six inductees of the Florida Inventors Hall of Fame (2014). He is the recipient of 2014 OSA Esther Hoffman Beller medal, 2011 SID Slottow-Owaki prize, 2010 OSA Joseph Fraunhofer award, 2008 SPIE G. G. Stokes award and 2008 SID Jan Rajchman prize. He is a Fellow of the IEEE, OSA, SID, and SPIE. From 2004 to 2008, he was the founding chief editor of the IEEE/OSA Journal of Display Technology
Dr. Wu has co-authored 7 books, over 480 journal papers, and obtained 83 U.S. patents. Several of his patents have been implemented in display and photonic devices.
Dr. Wu's research interests include advanced liquid crystal display materials, display devices, and device modeling, electronic laser beam steering and adaptive optics using fast-response spatial light modulators, adaptive liquid crystal and liquid lenses for forveated imaging and zoom lens, and bio-inspired tunable optical filters using cholesteric liquid crystals.
Yi-Hsin Lin, Ting-Yu Chu, Wei-Lin Chu, Yu-Shih Tsou, Ya-Ping Chiu, Farn Lu, Wan-Chen Tsai and Shin-Tson Wu
Research Article: J Nanomedic Nanotechnol 2011, S9