The Fitzpatrick Institute for Photonics at Duke UniversityFeatured
The Fitzpatrick Institute for Photonics (FIP) is one of Duke's signature centers and institutes. As we announced earlier, we have added Duke University to Navigator maps. As the Navigator map below shows, the Fitzpatrick Institute is central to Duke's innovation in bioengineering.
The mission of the Institute is to provide an outstanding educational and research environment to train engineers who go on to profoundly impact industry and medicine, and to make original, substantial contributions to the field of photonics and optical science.
The organization was founded in 2000 through a $25 million gift from the Fitzpatrick Foundation.
The group hosts 116 tenured or tenure track faculty from 37 departments, $18M+ in research expenditures for fiscal year 2014. 20 students have graduated from the certificate program.
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