Dr. Thomas Jarvis
- Asst Professor
- Ph.D., University of Texas
- B.S., University of North Carolina
- Department: Physics & Astronomy
- Office: Science 3163
- Mailing Address: Science 3140
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 859-622-1528
I’m a laser spectroscopist, with particular interest in developing new ultrafast measurement techniques. My current research interests are focused on fabricating a biomimetic material based on the photonic structures in chameleon (Furcifer pardalis) tissues, developing a novel pulse-shaping technique for femtosecond lasers, twisted light spectroscopy, semiconductor spectroscopy, and laser micromachining – as well as a number of smaller fun projects. My previous work has included the study of self-assembled photonic structures, molecular Bose-Einstein condensates, multidimensional Fourier transform femtosecond spectroscopy of exciton gases, negative index of refraction metamaterials, multidimensional spectroscopy of artificial photosynthetic proteins, and shell structures in BECs.
A fledgling webpage for my research group can be found here https://optics.eku.edu. Come work with us!
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|PHY 211||Intermediate Physics||TR 9:30am-11:25am||New Science Building 3126||Spring 2020|
|PHY 406W||Advanced Physics Laboratory||TR 2:00pm-4:50pm||New Science Building 3165||Spring 2020|
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