Das One Of 2022’S New SPIE Fellows
The Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE) has named University of Houston associate professor of physics and biomedical engineering Mini Das as a Fellow. Fifty-eight SPIE members were named Fellows in 2022, joining more than 1,600 society Fellows worldwide.
Das has also been named a Scialog fellow and a UH ADVANCE Fellow, both honors for her research in biological and medical imaging.
According to the society, members are inducted as Fellows in recognition of their technical achievements, as well as for their service to the optics and photonics community and to SPIE.
“I am thrilled and honored to be one of the 58 elected SPIE Fellows this year,” said Das, a faculty member at both UH’s College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics and the Cullen College of Engineering. “SPIE brings together a great mix of scientists and engineers who work on interdisciplinary research areas. An international platform like this is critical to solve difficult problems and advance optics, photonics and imaging science and technology. It has been an incredible opportunity to learn from and brainstorm with like-minded colleagues.”