The Center for Materials Research at Norfolk State University holds a series of seminars on Friday afternoons. Unless stated otherwise, the seminars are held at 1:30-2.30 pm in Room 308 The Marie V. McDemmond Center for Applied Research.
Refreshments will be served at 1 pm. Speakers are asked to prepare a seminar of around 45 minutes in length in order to allow adequate time for questions and discussion. We also have sessions with two or three short (15-20 min) talks, where students present their work.
||Dr. Renu Tripathi, Delaware State University
||Development of polarimetric imaging OCT and laser radar systems
|| Dr. U.N. Roy, Brookhaven National Laboratory
||Crystal Growth and Characterization of Materials for Radiation Detector Applications
||Dr. Demetrios Christodoulides
||PT- Symmetric Optical Structures and Materials
||Dr. Polyakov, Synkera Technologies Inc.
||Nanostructured Anodic Aluminum Oxide
||Dr. Peter J. Delfyett, University of Central Florida
||Ultrafast Coherent Optical Signal Processing using Stablized Optical Frequescy Combs from Mode-loced Semicondutor Diode Lasers
||Dr. Joshua De. Caldwell
||Arrayed Plasmonics: Long-Range Coupling to Fano-Interference
||Dr. Kim Michelle Lewis
||Molecular Swithches and Rectifiers: The Electronic Properties of Molecular Junctions