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# Faculty

Viviana Acquaviva |

Galaxy Evolution, Parameter Estimation via Spectral Energy Distribution, Machine Learning/Data Science Techniques,Cosmology |

Gregory Aizin |

Robert R. Alfano |

Supercontinuum, ultrafast spectroscopy, biomedical optics, singular optics, fiber optics |

Euclides Almeida |

Photonics, Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, Ultrafast Spectroscopy, Metamaterials |

Andrea Alù |

Luis A. Anchordoqui |

Stefan Bathe |

Experimental high energy nuclear physics, in the subfield of heavy ion physics, with the PHENIX and sPHENIX experiments at RHIC at Brookhaven National Laboratory |

Jillian M. Bellovary |

Astrophysics, Black Holes, Gravitational Waves, Simulations, Active Galactic Nuclei, Dwarf Galaxies |

Timothy Benseman |

Development of high-temperature superconducting solid-state lasers and optoelectronic devices for operation in the 'terahertz gap' region. |

János A. Bergou |

Quantum optics, quantum information, measurements, foundations |

Oleg Berman |

Nicolas Biais |

Experimental biophysics and the role of physical forces in microbiology. |

Angelo Bongiorno |

Density functional theory study of low-dimensional materials such as graphene oxide and inorganic materials for energy conversion applications. Research efforts include the development of computational methods to simulate - and thus interpret - the experiment. |

James F. Booth |

Dynamics and thermodynamics of the atmosphere, focusing on the midaltitudes. |

Gregory S. Boutis |

Biophysics, Magnetic resonance, Condensed matter |

Timothy H. Boyer |

Theoretical physics |

Sultan M. Catto |

Ngee-Pong Chang |

Theoretical high energy physics |

Xi XC, Chen |

Next generation sensors, actuators, energy conversion and storage devices by using novel nanostructured and bio-inspired functional materials. |

Ying-Chih Chen |

Experimental optics, laser physics, fiber lasers, laser arrays, biomedical imaging, focusing and imaging in optically diffusive media |

Tak D. Cheung |

Eugene M. Chudnovsky |

Topological phenomena in magnets and superconductors in the presence of quenched randomness due to impurities and lack of crystallinity |

Leon Cohen |

Quantum Mechanics, Signal Analysis, Noise Theory, Wave Propogation |

Kelle L. Cruz |

Low mass stars and brown dwarfs, optical and near-infrared spectroscopy, cool atmospheres, stellar content of the Solar Neighborhood |

Lev Deych |

Theoretical analysis of solar cell systems, theoretical optomechaniscs, and physics of semiconductor nanostructures |

Andrew F. Douglas |

The structure and representation theory of Lie groups, and Lie algebras; and their application to physics. |

Adrian Dumitru |

I am working on various aspects of QCD (Quantum Chromodynamics) in extreme conditions. This includes particle production in high-energy collisions as carried out at the BNL-RHIC and CERN-LHC accelerators as well as understanding the properties of the plasma of quarks and gluons at very high temperatures. |

Cherice M. Evans |

Jacqueline Faherty |

Astronomy; ; Stars; Exoplanets; Brown Dwarfs; 3-Dimensional Mapping of the Galaxy |

Efrain Ferrer |

Andrea Ferroglia |

Theoretical high energy physics: I study the phenomenology of the strong and weak interactions in processes measured at high energy colliders by applying fixed order perturbatin theory and resummation methods. |

Mark D. Feuer |

Miguel Fiolhais |

High-energy physics, particle accelerators and detractors, cosmology, superconductivity, physics education |

Kathleen E. S. Ford |

Sebasti´an Federico Franco |

String theory and the geometry of particle physics |

Sriram Ganeshan |

Topological phases, Strongly correlated systems, Fluid dynamics |

Dmitry A. Garanin |

Random-field and random-anisotropy magnets; relaxation and decoherence, including spin-lattice interaction, superradiance and phonon bottleneck magnetomechanical effects in nanomagnets; quantum transitions including Landau-Zener effect; spin tunneling in molecular magnets, including fronts of tunneling; magnetic deflagration; structure and dynamics of small magnetic particles, including internal spin waves; collapse of skyrmions in ferro- and antiferromagnets. |

Swapan K. Gayen |

Optical biomedical imaging, turnable solid state lasers, nanoscience, nonlinear optics |

Li Ge |

Strong interactions and new phenomena in non-Hermitian systems, including unconventional lasers, Parity-Time symmetric optics, optomechanics, nonequilibrium condensation, etc. |

Azriel Z. Genack |

Random photonics systems, micowaves, light localization. |

Christopher C. Gerry |

Quantum optics, quantum information processing, and foundations of quantum theory |

Joel I. Gersten |

Condensed matter theory, materials science, surface science, sonoluminescense |

Pouyan Ghaemi |

Condensed Matter Physics |

Ranajeet Ghose |

Nicolas Giovambattista |

Computer simulations, thermodynamics, and statistical mechanics of supercooled liquids and glasses. Particular emphasis on the properties of water under extreme conditions and its implication on the behavior of biomolecules in aqueous solutions. |

Sarang Gopalakrishnan |

Theoretical condensed matter physics, Theoretical atomic and optical physics, Quantum information theory |

Anshel Gorokhovsky |

Dixie J. Goss |

Steven G. Greenbaum |

Daniel M. Greenberger |

Neutron interferometry; quantum theory; relativity; history and philosophy of science |