Physics major Mike Baker checks out the Maag Library bound holdings of PhysRevA.
Another physics major has joined the cadre of "published as an undergraduate."
Michael Baker was among departmental authors of the paper "Structure and symmetry in coherent perfect polarization rotation," which has been accepted for publication as a regular article in Physical Review A, one of the lead journals in the field.
Known familiarly as PhysRevA, the journal disseminates developments in the area of atomic, molecular, and optic physics and related concepts, anything from quantum mechanics to Bose-Einstein condensation and more. (PhysRevB specializes in condensed matter and materials physics.)
Both are published by the American Physical Society.
Departmental co-authors include Drs. Michael Crescimanno, Chuanhong Zhou, and James Andrews.
Published as an undergraduate: life doesn't get much better
YSU physics majors and student researchers were co-authors of the paper "Chromatic Control in Coextruded Layered Polymer Microlenses," which has been published in Optics Express, the international online journal of optics. Included as co-authors are Cory Merlo, Cameron Bagheri, Connor Hetzel, and James Tancabel and recent graduate, Joshua B. Petrus. The lead author was Mike Crescimanno, with contributions by Tom Oder, Chuanhong Zhou, James Andrews, and CLiPS colleagues at Case Western Reserve.