Congratulations to Dr. Al-Karim Gangji
for being selected as a winner of 2023 President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching by Part-Time Faculty in the School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences for his dedication to the students at Queens College.
Prof. So Takei’s
paper, co-authored with his former PhD student Joshua Aftergood, is now published in Physical Review Letters: "Conductivity Enhancement in a Diffusive Fermi Liquid due to Bose-Einstein Condensation of Magnons,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 130
, 086702 (2023).
Prof. So Takei
is a recipient of an NSF CAREER Grant: “Quantum spin liquids meet spintronics: Theory of probing quantum spin liquids with spin Hall effects,” (8/2023 - 7/2028).
Professors Azriel Genack
and Mohammad-Ali Miri
have been awarded a NSF-BSF Grant: “Global Correlation in Complex Structures” (08/2022 - 07/2025). This is collaboration with Prof. Patrick Sebbah at Bar-Ilan University, Israel.
Professor Lev Deych
have received a second NSF-BSF grant “Fluid-fluid interfaces with diminished surface tension and giant thermal and quantum fluctuations as novel materials for ultrasoft photonics” supporting collaboration with an experimental group of Dr. Tal Carmon at Tel Aviv University.
The first graduate from accelerated BS/MS program in Photonics has been hired as a laser engineer by Photonix Technolgies, Inc, a Long Island company specializing in manufacturing of lasers
Professional Master’s in Photonics graduate Echo Yang has accepted a position of Failure Analysis Engineer at TRUMPF Photonics in Cranbury, NJ. Trumpf Photonics is a North American subsidiary of TRUMPF GmbH + Co. KG. based near Stuttgart, Germany and is one of the largest manufacturers of fabricating machinery in the United States
The paper co-authored by Professor Lev Murokh
is published in Physical Review Letters as Editor’s Suggestion, Pai Zhao et al., Acoustically Induced Giant Synthetic Hall Voltages in Graphene, Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 256601 (2022)
Professor Mohammad-Ali Miri
is a recipient of The Young Investigator Research Program (YIP) award of the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR), 2022 – 2025, Project title: “Investigating the Complexities of Linear and Nonlinear Optics for Multimode Device Applications and Optical Computing.”
Professor Timothy Benseman
is a recipient of an NSF CAREER Grant: Continuous-wave Terahertz laser employing HTS Josephson junctions, 2021 - 2026
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Professor Lisyansky received a grant from ONR to study photon statistics of nano-size light sources
has published the article
entitled “Enhancement of the Raman effect by infrared pumping,” in Physical Review Letters.
Matthieu Davy and Azriel Genack published the article "Selectively exciting quasi-normal modes in open disordered systems," in Nature Communications.