Research in the area of Electro-Physics (EP) spans a wide range of topics related to the modeling and measurement of various phenomena in the physical world, whether at the macro, micro or nano level, with applications in biology, medicine, communications, security, and manufacturing. Examples of areas include: computational and applied electromagnetics; space physics; semiconductor device simulation and development; quantum optics; communication and photonics; biosensing; biophotonics; biomedical optics; and imaging, nonlinear optics, nanomaterials, and nanophotonics.
Research thrusts: Fibers, Lasers and Nonlinear Optics; Nano- and Bio-Photonics; Solid-state Circuits, Devices, and Materials; Space Physics; Quantum Optics and Communications.
Faculty: Altug, Bellotti, Bigio, Bishop, Dal Negro, Horenstein, Klamkin, Kotiuga, Lee, Lopez, Morse, Mazumder, Moustakas, Oliver, Paiella, Ramachandran, Sander, Semeter, Sergienko, Swan, Tsui, and Ünlü
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