Graduate students share their research with the Stevens’ community
Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy (retired) and former White House physician
Through Collaboration, Impact
The Department of Physics conducts formative research in pioneering areas such as quantum systems, nanophotonics and optics.
The Center for Distributed Quantum Computing harnesses the possibilities of quantum mechanics and offers revolutionary information processing and speed.
Becoming global leaders in remote sensing of the environment and in the development of instruments for measuring environmental changes
Fabrication and quantum-optical characterization of functional nanostructured devices made from compound semiconductors and graphitic nanomaterials
Investigates the high-speed response of new lasers and materials and passive and active optical systems for higher speed networks
Designs quantum control methods which are paramount in modern investigations of light-matter interactions and technological applications