Research Groups
 
Lasers, Nonlinear Optics and Quantum Optics
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Robin Côté
Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physics
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Niloy K. Dutta
Ph.D., Professor of Physics
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Edward E. Eyler
Ph.D., Professor of Physics
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George N. Gibson
Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physics
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Phillip Gould
Ph.D., Professor of Physics
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Douglas Hamilton
Ph.D., Professor of Physics
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Juha Javanainen
Ph.D., Professor of Physics
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Lawrence A. Kappers
Ph.D., Professor of Physics
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Chandra Roychoudhuri
Ph.D., Research Professor of Physics
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Winthrop W. Smith
Ph.D., Professor of Physics
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William C. Stwalley
Ph.D., Professor of Physics
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Susanne Yelin
Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physics
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The Physics Department has a broad research program in the area of Lasers, Nonlinear Optics and Quantum Optics. Current research areas include, laser assisted cooling and trapping of atoms and molecules, spectroscopy, quantum optics theory and optical properties of quantum gases, quantum information processing, semiconductor lasers, fiber optics communication, nonlinear optics and optical properties of rare earth ions, acousto-optic and electro-optic materials, and, behavior of atoms and molecules in intense laser fields using ultra-fast time resolved techniques.
 
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