Department of Physics

Bayram Research Group  -   Atomic Molecular and Optical Physics

                     ~ Quantum-Optical and Laser Spectroscopy ~


Briana shows Patrick and Jacob how to align the counter propagating beams and collect laser induced fluorescence from the diatomic molecular cell.

Lasers are pulsed blue dye pumped by the third harmonics of a Nd:YAG laser at 355 nm and the second harmonics of the green laser at 532 nm.

 

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The Bayram Research Group conducts research into the light-matter interaction using nanosecond and picosecond pulses of laser light, atomic & molecular vapor and ideas of quantum physics.

News


Summer 2015

  • 2015-08 Congratulations to Phill Arndt and Amal Qassadi receiving their M.Sc. in Physics.
  • 2015-06 Jacob McFarland, Salahuddin and Phill presented at DAMOP, Columbus. Link

Spring 2015

  • 2015-05 Amal Quassadi received PhD offer at WPI and Phill Arndt at Temple University.
  • 2015-05 Congratulations to Phill Arndt for Outstanding Graduate Research Award. Patrick Boyle (post-group graduate) for Outstanding Senior Award! , Jacob McFarland and Briana Vamosi for Commendation Research Awards.
  • 2015-04 Briana, Jacob and Bradley present at the 21st Miami Undergraduate Research Forum.
  • 2015-03 Congratulations to Jacob McFarland for receiving Undergraduate Summer Scholar Award!
  • 2015-03 Congratulations to Briana Vamosi for being selected to present her research at the US Capital Hill in Washington D.C. through Posters-on-the-Hill program.
  • 2015-01 Congratulations to Salahuddin, Phill and Tim for receiving NSF Research Assistanships.

Fall 2014

  • 2014-12 Our work on Quantum Beat Spectroscopy has been published. Congratulations to the group!
  • 2014-11 Congratulations to the research group, broadcasted on WVXU Radio Station this morning! Link
  • 2014-11 Phill Arndt presents two research projects at the 2014 Graduate Research Forum. Link
  • 2014-10 Jacob McFarland and Patrick Boyle presented their research at Miami Physics Seminar. Great Job!
  • 2014-10 Briana Vamosi (class of 2016) on the Student Spotlight! Link
  • 2014-10 Welcome to Amal Qassadi (grad) joining to our research group.
  • 2014-09 Watch Patrick and Jacob describing their research and future plans at Miami CAS site. Video Link
  • 2014-09 Welcome to Salah Uddin (grad), Tim Horton (grad) & Maha Aljohani (grad) joining to our resarch group.
  • 2014-07 Our research group is on Miamian summer 2014 magazine. Link

Our Research & Group News Releases

  • 2015-05-01  APS 2015 Award Link  
  • 2014-11-26   Miami University Physics, posting on Nov. 26. 2014, Link
  • 2014-11-24   Miami Students are Using New Laser Technology, Miami In The News, Link
  • 2014-11-24   Lasers Sheds New Light on Molecules at MiamiNPR Radio Station, Link
  • 2014-8-20    Spotlight of Briana Vamosi (junior), Link
  • 2014-7-01     In a Whole New Light, Miamian Summer 2014 Link
  • 2014-07-15   Measuring Energy Transfer, Research Videos, CAS Link
  • 2014-05-09  New laser system at Miami beams red, green and purple to the delight of molecules  Link
  • 2009-02-19Promotion and Tenure
  • 2008-10-28: Atomic collisions from basic research to new technologies  Link

Archieve

Spring 2014

  • 2014-05 Our group went live on Miami top news on May 9-Congratulations to Briana, Phill, Jacob & Patrick Link
  • 2014-05 Congratulations to undergraduate students Jacob McFarland and Patrick Boyle for receiving Department of Physics Undergraduate Research Awards.
  • 2014-05 Congratulations to graduate student Phill Arndt for receiving the Department of Physics Outstanding Research by 1st Year Student Award.
  • 2014-04 Graduate student Phill Arndt presented our work on 'quantum beats spectroscopy of the hyperfine evolution in excited cesium' at the OSAPS/APS conference. Link
  • 2014-04 Undergraduate students Briana Vamosi and Jacob McFarland presented at the 2014 Miami Undergraduate Research Forum. Link
  • 2014-04 Congratulations to Briana Vamosi for being selected to present 'molecular spectroscopy of iodine' at the US Capital Hill in Washington D.C. through Posters-on-the-Hill program by Miami University.