NewScience Summer 2022 Edition - Saint Louis Science Center

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Matthew D. Lew, PhD, is an assistant professor of electrical and systems engineering at Washington University in St. Louis. He earned a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University in 2015 and started his lab at Washington University shortly thereafter. His lab specializes in developing computational super-resolution microscopes to sense the movements of and interactions between molecules in chemical and biological systems. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on applied linear algebra and modern optical imaging. Over the past 5 years, he has partnered with the Saint Louis Science Center to engage Washington University students in Portal to the Public, a workshop series educating scientists on how to communicate their work in an informal learning environment. Photo Credit: Whitney Curtis


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