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  • The paper “Quantum entropy and polarization measurements of the two-photon system” by Moorad Alexanian and Vanik E. Mkrtchian, Institute for Physical Research, Armenian Academy of Sciences, has been accepted for publication in the Physical Review A. (pdf)
  • Dr. Alexanian published the following paper: "Non-classicality criteria: Glauber–Sudarshan P function and Mandel parameter, Journal of Modern Optics, DOI: 10.1080/09500340.2017.1374481 pdf
  • Dr. Alexanian published the following paper: “Nonclassicality criteria: Quasiprobability distributions and correlation functions," Physical Review A 94, 043837 (2016). pdf
  • Professor Alexanian has been invited to become a reviewer for Mathematical Reviews, which is a journal and online bibliographic database published by the American Mathematical Society
  • Congratulations to M.S. in Marine Science graduate student Nick Cortale who is a co-author, along with Dr. Dylan McNamara and UNCW physics graduates, Derek Grimes and Kurt Baker in a paper recently published in the journal Chaos: Grimes, D.J., Cortale, N., Baker, K., and McNamara, D.E. 2015. Nonlinear forecasting of intertidal shoreface evolution. Chaos 25, 103116 (2015)
  • Dr. Alexanian's paper, "Temporal second-order coherence function for displaced-squeezed thermal states," has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Modern Optics. (PDF)
  • Check out Dr. Dylan McNamara as he speaks with WECT about some of his research
  • Recent Marine Science graduate and faculty publication: D'Addezio, J. D. and F. M. Bingham (2014) A Subtropical North Atlantic Regional Atmospheric Moisture Budget. JGR-Oceans, DOI:10.1002/2014JC010300.

  • Dr. Liping Gan: Sole PI for a three-year (2015-2018) grant proposal "RUI: Symmetry Tests of Standard Model and Beyond via Light Meson Decays" (Proposal #1506303) to NSF with a total requested amount of $271,346 is in the final stages of the funding process.
  • SOCON: Sustained Ocean Color Observations using Nanosatellites

    Led by Dr. John Morrison, as a "proof of concept to demonstrate capability to construct low-cost autonomous nanosatellites to provide sustained, high spatial resolution and temporal resolution information about the surface ocean processes."

  • Congratulations to Dr. Russ Herman for publishing a textbook that was reviewed in Physics Today
  • Congratulations to Dr. Moorad Alexanian for publishing a paper in the Journal of Mathematical Physics 55, 083301
  • Congratulations to Dr. Dylan McNamara for publishing an article in Nature Climate Change.


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