Stevens Quantum Research Wins Prestigious NSF RAISE-EQuIP Grants
PHY professor Stefan Strauf and assistant professor Yuping Huang won two of eight National Science Foundation RAISE-EQuIP grants to for their proposed research on technologies that could become the safest and most secure information networks ever seen.
Researchers Create First Scalable Platform for On-Chip Quantum Light Sources
PHY professor Stefan Strauf and his lab have engineered a way to create nanoscale light sources with unprecedented efficiency and precision, paving way for new developments in quantum computing and quantum cryptography.
The First US Campus Hybrid Quantum-Communications Network
Stevens just switched on the nation's first campus hybrid quantum communications network, thanks to the SES physics team who completed, tested and verified a pathbreaking three-node network, paving the way for super-secure communications on campus. Here's how.
Detecting Poisonous and Hazardous Air Contaminants From a Safe Distance
In collaboration with the U.S. Naval Air Systems Command and with the support of the Office of Naval Research, physics professor Svetlana Malinovskaya is attempting to develop a new idea that might one day lead to a portable device that detects poisonous and hazardous contaminants in the air from a safe distance.