Dr. Mark Foster

M.Foster v2Prof. Mark Foster is an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Johns Hopkins University. He received his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. in Applied and Engineering Physics from Cornell University. His research focuses on the development of practical nonlinear optical techniques for the observation and application of ultrafast phenomena on time-scales from hundreds of picoseconds to just a few femtoseconds.


Samuel Metais

Research: Wavefront Shaping and computational imaging.
B.S. Engineering ESPCI Paris, 2013
M.S. Condensed Matter Physics ICFP Universite Paris-Sud, 2014
Ph.D in Applied Wave Physics, Acoustics and Electromagnetics, 2019
Email: [email protected]

Milad Alemohammad

PhotoResearch: Biomedical imaging and ultrafast signal processing.
Education: B.S. ECE, Drexel University, 2010
Email: [email protected]



Jaewook Shin

J. ShinResearch: Computational imaging in microscopy and micro-endoscopy.
B.S. ECE, Johns Hopkins University, 2013
M.S. ECE, Johns Hopkins University, 2015
Email: [email protected]

Roberto Nunez

Research: Computational imaging
B.S. EE, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
M.E. Telecommunications, University of Colorado Boulder
Email: [email protected]

Velat Kilic

Research: Optics and machine learning
B.S. EE, Brown University, 2016
M.S. Optics and Photonics, Karlsruhe School of Optics and Photonics, 2018
Email: [email protected]



Former students/postdocs:
Jasper Stroud (Ph.D 2019)
Iskandar Atahodjaev (Ph.D 2018) – J.P. Morgan & Chase
Hong-fu Ting (Ph.D 2017) – Postdoc. Stanford University
Amit Bhatia (Ph.D 2017) – Lockheed Martin ATC
Bryan Bosworth (Ph.D 2017, postdoc 2018) – NIST Boulder
Walter Wall (Ph.D 2014) – HRL Laboratories
Keith Petrillo (Ph.D 2013) – Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory