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I have been invited to do a 30 minute talk at the January AAPT meeting covering the optical trap.  We've made a few modifications to the design, tried some new labs, and had quite a few students use the trap in the past year.<br>
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I have been invited to do a 30 minute talk at the January AAPT meeting covering the optical trap.  We've made a few modifications to the design, tried some new labs, and had quite a few students use the trap in the past year. I'll post talk details as they come up. 
--[[User:Dapple|dapple]] 17:55, 23 August 2007 (EDT)
--[[User:Dapple|dapple]] 17:55, 23 August 2007 (EDT)

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Welcome to the Undergraduate Optical Trapping Resource Site hosted by OpenWetWare!

Purpose

  • Provide supplementary material for the American Journal of Physics paper detailing construction of an optical trap for undergraduate use.
  • Encourage the growth of a community of support for those working with optical traps as a teaching device.

Resources

Parts and Software Information
Assembly and Alignment Tips
Optical Layout and Instrument Images
Laboratory Modules
FAQ

Links

The AJP Paper has been published!
American Journal of Physics, Vol. 75, No. 1, pp. 5–14, January 2007
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Announcements

I have been invited to do a 30 minute talk at the January AAPT meeting covering the optical trap. We've made a few modifications to the design, tried some new labs, and had quite a few students use the trap in the past year. I'll post talk details as they come up. --dapple 17:55, 23 August 2007 (EDT)

Platform discussion at the BMES meeting in Chicago on Thursday, October 12 at 1:45pm during the Bringing Modern Technology into BME session. --dapple 19:46, 2 October 2006 (EDT)

Just returned from the AAPT meeting in Syracuse, NY. I had an excellent time and greatly enjoyed talking with everyone who stopped by the poster. If you stopped by and had further questions or a material request, please contact me at dapple [at] mit [dot] edu. Thanks again for the interest and the suggestions! If you are looking for the AFM information try: BE309 AFM Information --dapple 10:33, 26 July 2006 (EDT)


Working on the revisions for the paper. Re-submission should occur in the next few weeks. Still have a few kinks to iron out. --dapple 14:24, 29 June 2006 (EDT)

The AJP paper will be submitted in the upcoming week or two. If you are anxious to start building, please contact me about getting a draft version of the article. --dapple 22:53, 26 February 2006 (EST)

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