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UAB Department of Physics

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  1. Molecular dynamics simulations of growth high pressure physics biophysics modeling biosensors Development of novel lasers Physics Research at UAB nanomaterials high magnetic field physics super hard materials • Scholarly Distinction of Faculty (L to R) • David Shealy, Chair • Sergey Mirov, 2009 Ireland Award • Yogesh Vohra,2003 Ireland Award biomaterials Electronic and related materials Physics BS SACS LOA Assessment Mission Physics Degree Programs • BS/PhD: to prepare scientists who will advance our understanding of the physical world, participate in multidisciplinary research, and know how to adapt and extend their skills to societal needs. • MS: to educate students in the basic principles of physics and to offer training in the basic and applied skills necessary for a support role in science, engineering, and technology. Interdisciplinary Research UAB Department of Physics • Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science • School of Engineering – Materials, Biomedical • School of Dentistry; School of Medicine; • UAB Centers: Vision Science; Diabetes; CCC; CBSE • CNMB (Center for Nanoscale Materials & Biointegration) • COSS (Center for Optical Sensors & Spectroscopies) Physics Economic Development • Research done by Prof. Vohra & group has resulted in processes for nanodiamond growth as well as for gem diamond growth and has led to economic development in the Birmingham area. • Research done by Prof. Mirov & group on laser materials has lead to patents on chip-based lasers with high power in far-IR and optical sensors and is leading to economic development in the Birmingham area.  UAB Physics REU & RET Program 2008 Gem Diamond Growth by Chemical Vapor Deposition To be licensed to Applied NanoCarbon New Mid-Infrared Laser MaterialsPhotonics Innovations, Birmingham, AL Nanostructured Diamond Coating of Cutting ToolsVista Engineering, Birmingham, AL Optical Nose Mirov’s group developed optical nose to simulate biological olfaction functions and is being licensed to Photonics Innovations, Birmingham. Input-output characteristics of the CW high-power Cr2+:ZnSe laser with world record output power Chemical Vapor Deposition Grown Diamond Crystal 0.2 carat Hydraulic vacuum press for laser ceramic fabrication Designer Diamond with Embedded Magnetic Sensor High-quality, low-loss, uniformly-doped Cr2+:ZnSe gain media