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The latest news, information, and announcements from the Physics Department
Dec 20, '23:
Prof. Euclides Almeida is a recipient of Department of Defense, HBCU/MI grant “Extreme Nonlinear Metamaterials Based on Hybrid Light-Matter States” (June 2023-May 2027).
Sep 28, '23:
Professor Miri is a recipient of a grant for “Instrumentation for Developing Universal Programmable Photonic Integrated Circuits for Analog Information Processing” by the Defense University Research Instrumentation Program (DURIP), Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR), 08/2023 - 07/2024.
Sep 28, '23:
Professor Miri (lead PI), in collaboration with colleagues from Georgia Techa and UCF, have been awarded an NSF FuSe-REG grant “Enabling Photonic Computing Engines through Hetero-integration”, 10/2023 - 09/2026.
Apr 20, '23:
Prof. Timothy Benseman and his student Sarah Elghazoly published a new paper "Powerful terahertz emission from a Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8+δ mesa operating above 77 Kelvin" in Physical Review Applied 19, 034055 (2023).
Mar 02, '23:
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.
Feb 23, '23:
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).
Nov 18, '22:
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).
Aug 12, '22:
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.
Jul 01, '22:
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.
Jul 01, '22:
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