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Introduction Delaware State University offers the only Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Degree in Neuroscience in Delaware — and is one of the most innovative in the mid-Atlantic region. Launched in 2007, this rapidly growing program combines the resources of three institutions and unites researchers from multiple disciplines working at the cutting edge of neuroscience. Our program unites neuroscience faculty from across Delaware in a statewide research and training network; partner institutions include the Nemours Foundation (associated with the A.I. DuPont Children's Hospital) and the University of Delaware. Our PhD students can pursue dissertation research with faculty from Delaware State University in three different departments, or any of its partner institutions. The neuroscience network’s size and breadth enables PhD students to explore the full range of neuroscience subspecialties, including Molecular biology Neurochemistry Neurophysiology and electrophysiology Neuroanatomy Diseases and disorders of the nervous system Psychology/behavior The program establishes a nurturing environment for emerging scholars, with emphasis on mentorship and collaboration. Professional Preparation Delaware State’s neuroscience PhD program cultivates a broad range of professional skills. Doctoral candidates have the opportunity to perform research and to collaborate with investigators in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors, while getting first-hand experience in writing grants publishing scientific papers attending and presenting at national conferences teaching undergraduate courses attending seminars at DSU and partner institutions The program enables doctoral students to develop professional networks and build research skills, laying the foundation for a career in neuroscientific research. Research and Experience Delaware State University has active research projects in many different areas of neuroscience, including behavior development aging cellular / molecular clinical neuroscience biomechanics model systems of learning and memory neurophysiology Partnership with University of Delaware and the Nemours Foundation The Nemours Foundation associated with the A.I. duPont Children's Hospital has an active basic neuroscience research program, but no graduate program. The University of Delaware has neuroscientists scattered across six departments, but the only neuroscience graduate program is the Behavioral Neuroscience PhD program in the Psychology Department. DSU's neuroscience program will bring together neuroscience faculty across the state into a research training network. Six researchers at the Nemours Foundation and 16 faculty at UD are part of the neuroscience research and education network and serve as mentors for students in DSU's PhD program.   Both UD and A.I. duPont Hospital are less than a one hour drive from DSU, and all three institutions have videoconferencing capabilities making joint seminars, classes and an inter-institutional research training program easily managed.   Faculty DSU has fourteen faculty doing neuroscience related research in three different departments. Because the PhD program in Neuroscience is interdisciplinary and multi-institutional, doctoral candidates work with a broad array of faculty and are exposed to diverse perspectives, techniques, and theoretical approaches. Faculty members at Delaware State and its partner institutions are engaged in pioneering research funded by the National Science Foundation, National Institute of Health, and other agencies.  Current DSU Biology faculty with Research Related to Neuroscience Dr. Harbinder Dhillon: Chemotaxis and other odor-guided behaviors in D. melanogaster and C. elegans Dr. Michael Gitcho: Vertebrate models of Alzheimer's Disease Dr. Melissa Harrington: Multielectrode physiology with invertebrate and mammalian cell culture model systems Dr. Y. Hwan Kim: Vertebrate models of Parkinson's Disease Dr. Hakeem Lawall: Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease models using D. melanogaster Dr. Murali Temburni: Electrophysiology and epilepsy studies in an avian chick embryo model system

Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience M.S.

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Introduction The Master’s program in Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience enables students to collaborate with high-profile researchers working at the cutting edge of the discipline. Built upon the combined resources of Delaware State and partner institutions, the program unites researchers from multiple disciplines, including: Molecular biology Neurochemistry Neurophysiology Neuroanatomy Psychology/behavior Delaware State has a historical relationship with the neuroscience graduate program at Drexel University (in Philadelphia) and more recently with the University of Delaware, so students can explore the option of completing their thesis research at one of these institutions. The program also offers complete preparation for eventual PhD studies, and culminates in an original MS thesis based on independent laboratory research. Many of the MS courses can be applied towards DSU's PhD in Neuroscience if the student is accepted into that program and passes the comprehensive examination to enter the doctoral level. Professional Preparation Delaware State’s MS program in neuroscience cultivates a broad range of professional skills. Students have the opportunity to collaborate with researchers in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors conduct independent research contribute to scientific papers attend conferences The program enables graduate students to develop professional networks and build research skills, laying the foundation for a career or further study in neuroscientific research. Faculty Because the Master’s program in Neuroscience is interdisciplinary and multi-institutional, graduate students work with a broad array of faculty and are exposed to diverse perspectives, techniques, and theoretical approaches.  Faculty members at Delaware State University and its partner institutions are engaged in pioneering research funded by the National Science Foundation, National Institute of Health, and other agencies. Research and Experience Delaware State University has active research projects in many different areas of neuroscience, including behavior development aging cellular / molecular clinical neuroscience biomechanics model systems of learning and memory neurophysiology  

Biological Sciences - Master of Arts (MA)

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Introduction The Master of Arts (MA) in Biological Sciences serves as the core degree for those seeking additional academic credentials while offering academic enrichment, skill development, and career advancement for working scientists. Designed for professionals employed in biology-related fields such as health care, agriculture, environmental science, and teaching, the program equips graduates to take on new challenges and expanded workplace responsibilities. The primary options for MA track include: the MAGB (MA, General Biology track): a literature-based thesis in the biological sciences the MABE (MA, Biology Education track): an education focus for certified teachers Course selections allow additional flexibility. The program is structured to accommodate students’ work schedules. Many students enroll on a part-time basis to balance their professional duties with graduate school. In recognition of that need for balance, Delaware State does not require students to complete a laboratory-based research thesis for the MA degree. The M.A. degree Biology Education (MABE) concentration is designed for secondary or middle school teachers who desire a course of study which is strongly based in Biology, yet includes coverage of current areas of significance in Science Education requirements include partnership with DSU’s Department of Education to take graduate level education courses and a literature based thesis that is reviewed by a committee. The M.A. program requires thirty (30) graduate credits. Master’s candidates in Biology work closely with faculty members to design a literature topic. The program’s small scope and size ensures a high degree of direct interaction between professors and graduate students. Graduate students benefit from professors’ experience as well as their professional and academic networks. For those seeking research laboratory experiences, see the Master of Science (MS) degree in Biological Sciences. Professional Preparation Graduate students in biology at Delaware State develop superior academic and communication skills. They learn to design experiments, analyze results, present their findings to peers, and write for scientific publications. Faculty Master’s candidates in Biology work closely with faculty members to design a literature topic. The program’s small scope and size ensures a high degree of direct interaction between professors and graduate students. Delaware State’s biology faculty includes highly accomplished researchers and educators. Graduate students benefit from professors’ experience as well as their professional and academic networks. Research and Experience Although MA students do not participate directly in laboratory-based research, they can interact with active researchers and draw upon their wealth of knowledge and resources. The literature-based thesis requires extensive knowledge-based research since the final report is presented to a thesis committee. Although there are active, well-funded inquiries on campus in such fields as neuroscience, biofuels, cancer, DNA analysis, plant breeding, and gene manipulation; the topic can be selected by the student and an appropriate advisor / committee will be identified, if possible.        

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The College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences & Technology houses a machine shop with the capability to service various tooling and fabrication requirements for interested publics. A modest-sized operation, The Machine Shop offers a quick turn-around time and a reasonably discounted labor rate.  If you have specific tooling requirements or questions about our capabilities, please contact Mr. Nick Quigley, machinist, at 302-857-6478. Machine Shop Equipment 14" x 40" Engine Lathe 17" lathe Standard Size Milling Machine 14" Vertical Bandsaw 7" x 12" Horizontal Bandsaw High-Precision, High-speed Sensitive Drill Press 3-in-1 Sheet Metal Machine (light duty sheet metal) Oxy-Acetylene Torch Set Miller Welder, Tig (Heliarc and Arc) CNC Milling Machine Cold Saw Surface grinder Belt and Disc Sanders Miscellaneous Hand and Support Tooling     Back to the College Home Page
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CMNST News

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NEWS | AWARDS & HONORS | NOTICES  News New CMNST Cabinet announced for the 2015-2016 Academic Year August 27, 2015 - Dr. Clytrice Watson, Interim Dean of the College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences & Technology, is pleased to announce the following persons as members of the re-organized leadership cabinet: Assoc. Dean for Research & Analytics Dr. David Pokrajac   Assoc. Dean for Students Dr. Cynthia van Golen    Sr. Budget Analyst & Director of Operations Ms. Vanessa D. Nesbit   Director of Assessment Dr. Andrew Lloyd    Interim Chair, Dept of Biology Dr. Charlie Wilson    Chair, Dept of Chemistry Dr. Cherese Winstead   Chair, Dept of Computer & Information Sciences Dr. Marwan Rasamny   Interim Chair,  Dept of Mathematical Sciences Dr. Nicola Edwards-Omolewa   Chair, Dept of Physics and Engineering Dr. Mukti Rana   Director, Academic Advisement Center Mrs. Jarso Saygbe      College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences & Technology welcomes a New Interim Dean  July 1, 2015 - As of July 1, the College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences & Technology has undergone significant managerial and personnel changes. Most notably, Dr. Clytrice Watson, a professor in the Department of Biological Sciences and previously Associate Dean for Student Success in the College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences & Technology, has been named Interim Dean for the College. Dr. Watson possesses a Ph.D., Microbiology/Food Microbiology from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Princess Anne, MD; an M.S., Biology, Delaware State University, Dover, DE and a B.S., Biology from Norfolk State University, Norfolk, VA. She also received a Certificate of Academic Leadership from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Washington, DC. In addition to being a tenured faculty member in the Department of Biological Sciences, Dr. Watson serves as Director of the Research and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (REAP) and the EPSCoR (Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research) undergraduate and high school summer research programs. Past positions of leadership include the Director of the Forensic Biology program, Associate Director for the MARC U*STAR program and the Director for Student Support and Scholarship. Her commitment to graduate and undergraduate research and mentoring is evident as numerous students have transitioned through her laboratory, thus making presentations at local, regional and national conferences. Dr. Watson was recently awarded the 2014 Excellence Award for Advising as a result of her dedication to advising and student success. Extramural funding includes the NSF Targeted Infusion grant, NSF Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (S-STEM) and the NSF EPSCoR for the state of Delaware. Dr. Noureddine Melikechi, formerly Dean of the CMNST, takes his post as V.P. for Research, Innovation and Economic Development on a full-time basis. (Dr. Melikechi is also Director of the Optical Sciences Center for Applied Research (OSCAR) program.)  A full national search to permanently fill the position of dean will be undertaken in the coming months.    CMNST receives $300K donation from InterDigital Inc. for Mishoe Science Center lab renovations April 7, 2015 – At a public press conference, DSU President Harry Williams announced that a new donation had been received by the CMNST from corporate sponsor InterDigital, Inc.. InterDigital’s CEO Mr. William Merritt, Gov. Jack Markell and U.S. Senator Tom Carper were among the honored guests in attendance. The purpose of this donation is to assist DSU in expanding its creative research capacity as funds will primarily be used to renovate existing space for the natural sciences previously used for faculty offices into student teaching labs. For more information about the grant, please see this link.     China research experience for LSAMP students February 25, 2015 – For the 5th consecutive year, Delaware State University will send 10 Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM) students to Ningbo University (NBU), Ningbo, Zhejiang, China to do research in the summer of 2015. Each student will conduct research in one of STEM areas at NBU. The goal of this program is to provide DSU STEM students with valuable research experience and immerse them in the Chinese culture, thus preparing them for the future global job market. Funds for this opportunity are provided by the Greater Philadelphia Region Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (Philadelphia LSAMP) through the National Science Foundation (NSF). The China Research Experience is organized by DSU LSAMP and the Office of International Affairs. Participants who complete all requirements of the China Research Experience will receive 1 Credit hour for Summer Session I, 2015. Requirements to be considered for the China Research Experience: Must be an LSAMP Member (Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation). Must be a US Citizen or a Permanent Resident. Must be a rising Sophomore, Junior, or Senior STEM major. Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0. The tentative program dates are from May 18 to June 20, 2015. Applications are due March 27, 2015. Contact Ms. Christine Bissette for more information at ext 7869; Dr. Mazen Shahin (mshahin@desu.edu), Principal Investigator. Download a flyer here Printable Application is available here   Assistant Professor Michael Gitcho featured on WHYY talk about Alzheimer’s and “The TDP-43 Solution” February 1, 2015 – Dr. Michael Gitcho, assistant professor in the Biological Sciences department, was recently featured on the January 30, 2015 edition of WHYY’s “First” newsmagazine to discuss one area of inquiry in the search for a cure for Alzheimer’s disease.. Research being conducted in Dr. Gitcho’s lab focuses on the gene TDP-43, which has been observed to be present in 50-60% of all individuals who have Alzheimer’s disease. Desired outcomes of this research would demonstrate an ability to turn off and on this gene in mouse subjects and hopefully offer promise of future techniques to control and eventually eradicate this dreadful disease. “First” is Delaware’s public media newsmagazine.”Each Friday night at 5:30 and 11 on WHYY-TV, First explores issues ranging from our economy and education to the arts and culture that make up the First State.” Click the following link to view Dr. Gitcho’s interview: http://whyy.org/cms/first/2015/01/30/first-for-friday-january-30-2015/        Dr. Noureddine Melikechi receives Excellence Award for Youth Empowerment and Development in Africa December 5, 2014 – Dr. Noureddine Melikechi, Dean of the College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences & Technology, and VP for Research, Innovation and Economic Development at DSU, recently received the Excellence Award for Youth Empowerment and Development in Africa at the Conference of the African Society for Engineering Management (AFRISEM), held in Istanbul,Turkey in November. This award was given in recognition of his work with the youth of his native country, Algeria. Read more here.    CMNST Celebrates the 2014 Nobel Prizes                       Above, from left to right: Dr. Thomas Planchon (Phys & Eng), Dr. Edward Dawley (French), Dr. A. Mohammad Khan (Phys &Eng), Dr. Murali Temburni (Bio Sci), and Ms. Ann Rhoads (Economics) November 21, 2014 – On Thursday, November 20, 2014, the CMNST 2014 Nobel Prize Event was held at Delaware State University (DSU).  The College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Technology (CMNST)  sponsored this event at which five DSU faculty members presented, each in one’s own area of expertise, the research that was awarded the 2014 Nobel Prizes in the academic disciplines of: 1) literature, 2) chemistry, 3) economics, 4) physics, and 5) physiology or medicine.  The target audience was undergraduate students in CMNST, but this event was open to the entire campus community. The presenters, and the research that each presented, are listed below: Edward Dawley, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of French, DSU: The 2014 Nobel Prize in Literature: Patrick Modiano For “the art of memory with which he has evoked the most ungraspable human destinies and uncovered the life-world of the occupation."*   Thomas A. Planchon, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physics, DSU: The 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry: Eric Betzig, Stefan W. Hell, and William E. Moerner For “the development of super-resolved fluorescence microscopy."   Anne Rhoads, Lecturer in Economics, DSU: The 2014 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences (in memory of Alfred Nobel): Jean Tirole For “his analysis of market power and regulation."   M. Amir Khan, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physics, DSU: The 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics: Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano, and Shuji Nakamura For “the invention of efficient blue light-emitting diodes which has enabled bright and energy-saving white light sources.”   Murali K. Temburni, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology, DSU: The 2014 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine: John O'Keefe, May-Britt Moser, and Edvard I. Moser For “their discoveries of cells that constitute a positioning system in the brain."   Dr. Stephen Taylor (Philosophy, CAHSS, and Professional Ethicist,CMNST) moderated the event.  Note: *Each description is quoted from “The Official Web Site of the Nobel Prize.”   DSU Collaborates with Univ of DE on International Research Ethics Grant with National Academy of Engineering Pictured here: (from left) Lindsay Hoffman, Ismat Shah, Robin Andreasen, Tom Powers, Mark Greene, Stephen Taylor (DSU), and Zoubeida Dagher. Not pictured: Michela Taufer and Bill Ullman.  October 18, 2014 – Dr. Stephen Taylor, Professional Ethicist for the CMNST and Associate Professor of Philosophy for the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, is part of a group of researchers from UD (lead institution) and DSU, collaborating with the National Academy of Engineering on an international research ethics project. Funded by the National Science Foundation, one of the major aims of the project is to “support the incorporation of international perspectives and resources for ethical reasoning and practice as well as social responsibility in science and engineering” (UDaily, 2014).   Delaware State University students make a difference at the 2014 5K Walk to End Alzheimer’s at Rehoboth Beach  October 8, 2014 – The “Hornets for a Cure” team, organized by Ms. Deidre Carter, a senior and president of the Biology Club, raised over $700 to support the Alzheimer’s Association.  Ms. Carter’s enthusiasm and perseverance led the way to motivate over 70  Delaware State University students to participate in the “Walk to End Alzheimer’s."  This was the largest team the Rehoboth walk ever had. Katie Macklin, Executive Director of the Alzheimer’s Association Delaware Valley Chapter said that DSU brought incredible excitement and energy to the event.   Dr. Michael Gitcho, Biological Sciences and Alzheimer's disease researcher, was the faculty representative at the event. Read more about the event.  Fall 2014 Dean’s Distinguished Lecturer Series Speakers announced October 1, 2014 – The Fall 2014 speakers for the CMNST Dean’s Distinguished Lecturer Series has now been released. Oct. 7 @ 11 a.m. (SCN 139); 6 p.m. (SCN 139):  Dr. Jeffrey R. Johnson, Research Scientist for the Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover, Johns’ Hopkins University Nov. 11 @ 11 a.m. (BOA 309); 6 p.m. (MLK Parlor C): Dr. Byung K. Yi, chief technology officer and executive VP, InterDigital Labs, Inc. Nov. 18 @ 11 a.m. & 6 p.m. (BOA 309): Dr. Aprille Ericsson, deputy to the chief technologist, Applied Engineering and Technology Division, NASA Goddard Flight Center For more information about any of these events or the series, in general, please visit the DDLS website. Or contact Ms. Diane Weller, dweller@desu.edu.    ^Back to Top Awards & Honors   Associate Professor receives prestigious Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Program Award July 17, 2015 - Dr. Mukti Rana, Associate Professor & Chair, Department of Physics and Engineering and an OSCAR Scientist received the prestigious Office of Naval Research (ONR) Young Investigator Program (YIP) Award of $359,359 for three years. Dr. Rana and his team will be developing uncooled infrared detectors with low thermal conductivity utilizing nano-machining techniques. This new research will help to improve the performance of uncooled infrared detectors which are primarily used in night vision cameras for surveillance, defense and security. Dr. Rana is one of the 35 ONR YIP recipients out of 383 proposals.   Associate Professor among researchers receiving State award from Department of Defense July 8, 2015 - Dr. Renu Tripathi was one of two Delaware researchers announced by the Pentagon to have received the competitive Research Instrumentation Award from the U.S. Department of Defense this year. Dr. Tripathi, an associate professor in DSU's Department of Physics & Engineering, is one among 225 university researchers at 111 academic institutions selected to receive a total of $67.8 million under the Defense University Research Instrumentation Program. Read more about this award at http://www.delawareonline.com/story/delawaredefense/2015/06/04/delaware-academics-selected-dod-research-instrumentation-awards/28496771/.   Graduate Student receives prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program fellowship; First at DSU April 8, 2015 – The Department of Biological Sciences and the College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Technology would like to congratulate Mr. Sheed Itaman as a recipient of the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF GRFP) Fellowship for his research proposal entitled “Aging Neurons: The balance between Calcium Ion Flux and Cell Death”.  Mr. Itaman received his B.S. degree in biochemical and biophysical sciences from the University of Houston (2012) and is currently pursuing his M.S degree in Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience under the direction of Dr. Michael Gitcho, Department of Biological Sciences. Mr. Itaman plans to achieve a PhD in neuroscience and establish his career in biomedical research. The purpose of the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) is to help ensure the vitality and diversity of the scientific and engineering workforce of the United States. The program recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students who are pursuing research-based master's and doctoral degrees in science and engineering. The GRFP provides three years of support for the graduate education of individuals who have demonstrated their potential for significant achievements in science and engineering. This is the first time a Delaware State University student has been the recipient of this highly competitive and prestigious award.   Mathematical Research Scientist awarded grant to further study in Biomedical Image Analysis March 25, 2015 – Dr. Sokratis Makrogiannis, Assistant Professor in the Mathematical Sciences Dept., was recently awarded a research continuance award by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). This research project, entitled “Quantitative Image Analysis Techniques for Studies of Aging Phenotypes and Age-Related Diseases,” is a 4-year grant that will fund Dr. Makrogiannis' research in the field of biomedical image analysis. Modern medical imaging technologies offer the opportunity to study the composition and morphometry of human body in ways that were previously impossible. These technologies can ultimately lead to early diagnosis of disease and more effective treatments. Nevertheless, these capabilities have created the need for automated image analysis techniques for identification and quantification of morphological patterns of anatomies. The development of computational techniques for morphometric analysis is the primary goal of this project. Dr. Makrogiannis, together with graduate student researchers, will build upon recent advances in medical image computing to segment muscle, regional fat, and bone in clinical CT and MRI acquisitions; develop image registration procedures to achieve intra- and inter-subject correspondence; and combine information provided by multi-modal imaging data collected in clinical trials. After these methods have been developed, they will address the hypothesis that quantitative use of clinical imaging can increase the prognostic accuracy. More specifically, they will use their novel research tools to study the relationship between body morphological changes and age-related pathologies."   Mr. Yury Markushin Awarded SPIE Officer Travel Grant February 2, 2015 – Mr. Yury Markushin, an Optics Ph.D. candidate in OSCPIEAR and the Department of Physics & Engineering, has been awarded the ‘Officer Travel Grant’ (~$ 2,000) from SPIE to attend the SPIE Photonics West conference in San Francisco, CA in February 2015. Yury will have an opportunity to attend a student leadership conference, technical sessions, and will present his work on “Multi-Pulse Detection Technique to Improve Timing Resolution of a LADAR System.” He will represent Delaware State University as the vice President of SPIE Student Chapter at DSU. (Article contributed by Dr. Renu Tripathi.)    Dr. Melikechi receives award from African Society for Engineering Management (AFSEM) December 1, 2014 – Dr. Noureddine Melikechi, Dean of the College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Technology, and Professor of Physics, recently was honored by the African Society for Engineering Management (AFSEM) for his work in the area of African development. He was recipient of the Award of Excellence of Youth Empowerment and Development in Africa (Algeria).  Read more on his work here.   Chemistry faculty member awarded NSF Targeted Infusion grant in Chemistry August 20, 2014 - More congratulations go again to Dr. Cheng-Yu Lai for the $324,182 award  he recently received from NSF. The project supported by this award will create seminal knowledge related to chemistry taught in the context of green chemistry, environmental stewardship, climate change, and food security. Societal benefits of this project include improved educational opportunities for training students to tackle tomorrow’s sustainable society challenges. The project aims to produce graduates ready to respond to an increasing need for sustainability awareness and related problem-solving capabilities.    New NSF Major Research Instrumentation Grant arrives on DSU campus Members of the team directing this initiative include Drs. Mukti Rana (PI), Dula Man, Wafa Amir, Hacene Boukari, and Theresa Szabo-Maas. July 31, 2014 - A team of CMNST faculty researchers, led by Dr. Mukti Rana (Assoc. Professor, Dept of Physics & Engineering) was recently awarded a  Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) grant by the National Science Foundation. This Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) grant, awarded to Delaware State University (DSU), provides funding for the acquisition of a Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). This high-resolution imaging microscope enhances the research and educational capabilities at DSU, especially for students majoring in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).  Thanks to this acquisition, DSU STEM students will gain “hands on” experience and training in this broadly-used technology. Further, the SEM is an impetus to stimulate new opportunities, and to develop new collaborative projects among DSU and non-DSU researchers.   Most particularly, it strengthens the mission of the NSF-funded Center for Research Excellence in Science and Technology at DSU: the Optical Science Center for Applied Research. The goals of this MRI project are: (1) to develop and design novel materials for integrated circuits and their applications, (2) to assess the efficiency of (Deoxyribonucleic acid) DNA delivery systems, (3) to characterize estrogen receptor subcellular localization using teleost model systems, and (4) to characterize and probe the nanoscopic structures of diverse biopolymers. In addition, the instrument provides other capabilities such as energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy microanalysis system and electron back scattered diffractometer, which can be used to determine the elemental composition and crystallographic orientation of a specimen.  Thus, the instrument contributes to the successful realization of various ongoing research projects at DSU, including: i) the development of ultra-low power Indium Arsenic Nitride semiconductor transistors, ii) the fabrication of a nanofiber in situ electroporation chip to deliver DNA into cells, iii) the study of membrane-associated estrogen receptors in the Mauthner cell circuit of goldfish, and iv) the characterization of tubulin nanorings.   Chemistry faculty member awarded grant with U.S. Department of Energy July 23, 2014 - Dr. Cheng-Yu Lai, associate professor in the Department of Chemistry, and a member of the Renewable Energy Research and Education Center, was recently awarded a grant in the amount of $249,291 by the U.S. Department of Energy. The three-year award will fund the project titled: "Novel Silica Nanostructured Platforms with Engineered Surface Functionality and Spherical Morphology for Low-Cost High-Efficiency Carbon Capture." This is the first climate change-related research project at DSU and will contribute to reduction of carbon dioxide produced from fossil fuels.   Geophysicist faculty member receives NSF award to study elasticity of deep Earth materials at high pressure and temperatures July 18, 2014 - Congratulations to Physics & Engineering Department professor, Dr. Gabriel Gwanmesia who received a three (3) year grant from the National Science Foundation in the amount of $300,000,  to, his own words, "...study the elasticity of deep Earth materials at high pressure and high temperature, in conjunction with synchrotron X-radiation." Combined with pertological and geochemical data, the results of the study could significantly enhance our knowledge of the mineralogical composition and structure of the deep Earth's interior.    Biology faculty awarded NSF grant to 'Expand Educational Cyber-infrastructure' at DSU June 23, 2014 - Dr. Andrew Lloyd (pictured above at far left, with co-PIs), faculty member in the Biological Sciences Department, was recently awarded by the National Science Foundation for his proposal, "Targeted Infusion Project: Expanding Educational Cyber-Infrastructure at Delaware State University" ($399,908). Dr. Lloyd said that the project "...will support the development and implementation of online teaching resources to enable faculty to deliver course content to students so that instructors can focus classroom time on active and problem-based learning."   SPIE Awards DSU Student Chapter President to attend conference June 17, 2014 - Mr. Zachary Warren, an Optics Ph.D. candidate in the Optical Sciences Center for Applied Research (OSCAR) in the Department of Physics & Engineering, and newly-elected president of the recently-incepted SPIE Student Chapter at DSU, has won the ‘Officer Travel Grant Award’ (approximately $ 2,000.00) from SPIE to attend the SPIE Optics+Photonics conference in San Diego, CA in Aug. 2014.  Zach will represent DSU, participating in a student leadership conference, technical sessions, technical tutorials, and products exhibit at the conference.   Physics & Engineering Faculty Member awarded Research Technology Grant  June 4, 2014 - Dr. Hacene Boukari, Associate Professor in the Department of Physics and Engineering, has recently been awarded a $175,000 grant from the Department of Defense to acquire a fluorescence correlation spectrometer. Read a full article on his grant here.    Grad Student Yuriy Markushin awarded SPIE Optics and Photonics Education Scholarship  June 2, 2014 - DSU Optics Graduate student Mr. Yury Markushin has been awarded a 2014 Optics and Photonics Education Scholarship by SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics for his potential contributions to the field of optics, photonics or related field. Markushin is a PhD candidate in the Department of Physics and Engineering at Delaware State University. His research is focused on design and implementation of a polarimetric scanning Laser Detection and Ranging System (LADAR). He is also a founding member and a Vice-President of SPIE student chapter at Delaware State University. “I am proud to accept the SPIE Optics and Photonics Educational Scholarship and honored to be a part of SPIE as a student member,” said Markushin. “That gave me a priceless opportunity to learn about the latest innovations and findings in the field of Optics and Remote Sensing“. In 2014 SPIE awarded $353,000 in education and travel scholarships to 144 outstanding individuals, based on their potential contribution to optics and photonics, or a related discipline. Award-winning applicants were evaluated, selected and approved by the SPIE Scholarship Committee, Chaired by SPIE volunteer Kevin Leonard. To date, SPIE has distributed over $3.5 million dollars in individual scholarships. This ambitious effort reflects the Society's commitment to education and to the next generation of optical scientists and engineers around the world. SPIE scholarships are open to full- and part-time students studying anywhere in the world. All scholarship applications are judged on their own merit, based on the experience and education level of the individual student. To view press releases of the Scholarship Recipients go to http://spie.org/x13360.xml. SPIE is the international society for optics and photonics, a not-for-profit organization founded in 1955 to advance light-based technologies. The Society serves nearly 256,000 constituents from approximately 155 countries, offering conferences, continuing education, books, journals, and a digital library in support of interdisciplinary information exchange, professional networking, and patent precedent. Article contributed by Dr. Renu Tripathi. Dr. Murali Temburni awarded competitive NSF Research Initiation Award grant April 28, 2014 - Dr. Murali Temburni, Assistant Professor in the Biological Sciences Department, received notification of award for funding by the National Science Foundation for his grant proposal entitled "Role of Astrocytes in the development of synchronized bursting behavior in neuronal networks." This two-year grant funds Dr. Temburni's ongoing work in the field of neurobiology.  Neurons communicate in the brain by firing signals called action potentials. During synchronous activity, groups of neurons in the brain all fire action potentials at the same frequency. This synchronous activity is important during brain development for neurons to recognize and link up with functionally similar neurons – thus dividing the brain into functional modules. Abnormal synchronization can also occur in the awake brain leading to epileptic seizures. Unraveling the cellular and molecular basis of neuronal synchronization is necessary not only for understanding the development of neuronal networks but also for developing meaningful therapies for epilepsy. Currently there is no effective therapy for epilepsy. Glial cells (of which astrocytes are a subset) were traditionally thought to be support cells for neurons to grow, develop and survive. However, recent evidence shows that they not only help neurons survive and form connections, but also participate in neuronal communication. The current view of neuronal communication involves a “tripartite synapse” with a pre-and post-synaptic neurons and a peri-synaptic glial cell. This project which received an overall rating of “excellent” was conceived and developed at DSU. Dr. Temburni, a molecular biologist studying synapse formation in the vertebrate brain using the developing chicken brain as a model system, came up with the idea for this proposal at DSU in collaboration with DSU scientists. According to Dr. Temburni, this project would not have been possible without input from his mentor, Dr. Melissa Harrington, a neurophysiologist and collaborator, Dr. Tomasz Smolinski, a computational neuroscientist and support from his Chair, Dr. Leonard Davis. Dr. Temburni’s team of researchers – Karla Sanchez, a graduate student, undergraduates, Nkoli Agbazue, Jaskirandeep Kaur and Kasey Cosden are generating exciting data which confirms their initial suspicions – astrocytes are necessary for neurons to synchronize their activity. The team is currently working on unraveling the molecular pathways involved. This NSF funded project will also involve high school students from the Early College High School at DSU. 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Anjan Biswas, Ph.D.

Associate Professor (Tenured)

Department of Mathematical Sciences

College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Technology

 

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  Delaware State University, ETV220 1200 N DuPont Highway, Dover, DE 19901-2277 Phone: 302-857-7913; Fax: 302-857-7054 abiswas@desu.edu , Biswas.anjan@gmail.com             Professional Education: Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics (1998), University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM-87131, USA M.A. in Mathematics (1991-93), University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM-87131, USA M. Phil. in Applied Mathematics (1988-89), University of Calcutta, India M.A.in Applied Mathematics (1986-88), University of Calcutta, India B. Sc (Hons) in Mathematics (1983-86), St. Xavier’s College, Calcutta, India     Research Interest Area(s) Theory of Solutions, Nonlinear optics, Fluid Dynamics. Plasma Physics, Nuclear Physics, Mathematical Biosciences    Active Grants & Funding NSF CREST (2006-11) ARO & AFOSR (2008-11)    Professional Affiliations American Mathematical Society Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics   Honors & Awards received (last five years) Faculty Excellence Award for Research and Creative Activity (DSU)   Selected Publications (last three years) PUBLICATION (BOOK)     Mathematical Theory of Dispersion-Managed Optical Solitons by Anjan Biswas, Daniela Milovic & Matthew Edwards Springer Verlag. New York. NY. (2010).   PUBLICATIONS (INVITED PAPERS)     INFLUENCE OF EVEN ORDER DISPERSION ON SUPER-SECH SOLITON TRANSMISSION QUALITY UNDER COHERENT CROSSTALK by Aleksandra Panajotovic, Daniela Milovic, Anjan Biswas & Essaid Zerrad. Research Letters in Optics. Volume 2008, 613986, 5 pages. 2008. SOLITON PERTURBATION THEORY FOR THE GARDNER EQUATION by Anjan Biswas & Essaid Zerrad. Advanced Studies in Theoretical Physics. Volume 2, Number 16, 787-794. 2008.     REFEREED JOURNAL PAPERS, (2008)   SOLITON-SOLITON INTERACTION WITH DUAL-POWER LAW NONLINEARITY by Anjan Biswas. Applied Mathematics and Computation. Volume 198, Issue 2, 605-612. 2008. PERTURBATION OF GAUSSIAN OPTICAL SOLITONS IN DISPERSION-MANAGED FIBERS by Russell Kohl, Anjan Biswas, Daniela Milovic & Essaid Zerrad. Applied Mathematics and Computation. Volume 199, Issue 1, 250-258. 2008. SOLITON PERTURBATION THEORY FOR THE QUADRATIC NONLINEAR KLEIN-GORDON EQUATION by Anjan Biswas, Chenwi Zony & Essaid Zerrad. Applied Mathematics and Computation. Volume 203, Issue 1, 153-156. 2008. 1-SOLITON SOLUTION OF THE K(m,n) EQUATION WITH GENERALIZED EVOLUTION by Anjan Biswas. Physics Letters A. Volume 372, Issue 25, 4601-4602. 2008. 1-SOLITON SOLUTION OF 1+2 DIMENSIONAL NONLINEAR SCHRODINGER'S EQUATION IN DUAL-POWER LAW MEDIA by Anjan Biswas. Physics Letters A. Volume 372, Issue 38, 5941-5943. 2008. SOLITON PERTURBATION THEORY FOR THE GENERALIZED EQUAL WIDTH EQUATION by Anjan Biswas. Pacific Journal of Applied Mathematics. Volume 1, Number 1, 99-103. 2008. SOLITON PERTURBATION THEORY FOR THE MODIFIED KAWAHARA EQUATION by Anjan Biswas. Applications and Applied Mathematics. Volume 3, Number 2, 218-223. 2008. SOLITON PERTURBATION THEORY FOR THE GENERALIZED BENJAMIN-BONA-MAHONEY EQUATION by Anjan Biswas & Swapan Konar. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 13, Issue 4, 703-706. 2008. SOLITON PERTURBATION THEORY FOR THE GENERALIZED FIFTH ORDER KdV EQUATION by Anjan Biswas, Essaid Zerrad & Swapan Konar. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 13, Issue 7, 1281-1286. 2008. SOLITON PERTURBATION THEORY FOR THE GENERALIZED KAWAHARA EQUATION by Anjan Biswas & Essaid Zerrad. Advanced Studies in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics. Volume 1, Number 1, 39-44. 2008. SOLITON PERTURBATION THEORY FOR THE GENERALIZED FIFTH-ORDER NONLINEAR EQUATION by Anjan Biswas & Essaid Zerrad. Contemporary Engineering Sciences. Volume 1, Number 2, 63-69. 2008. STOCHASTIC PERTURBATION OF SOLITONS FOR ALFVEN WAVES IN PLASMAS by Anjan Biswas. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 13, Issue 8, 1547-1553. 2008. COLLISION OF DUAL-POWER LAW OPTICAL SOLITONS IN NONLINEAR FIBER OPTICS by Anjan Biswas, Swapan Konar & Essaid Zerrad. Advanced Studies in Theoretical Physics. Volume 2, Number 4, 165-180. 2008. OPTICAL SOLITONS IN A KERR LAW MEDIA WITH FOURTH ORDER DISPERSION by Anjan Biswas, Daniela Milovic, Essaid Zerrad & Fayequa Majid. Advanced Studies in Theoretical Physics. Volume 2, Number 20, 1007-1012. 2008. INFLUENCE OF EVEN ORDER DISPERSION ON SOLITON TRANSMISSION QUALITY WITH COHERENT INTERFERENCE by A. Panajotovic, D. Milovic & Anjan Biswas. Progress in Electromagnetics Research B. Volume 3, 63-72. 2008. SOLITON PARAMETER DYNAMICS IN A NON-KERR LAW MEDIA by A. Biswas, R. Kohl, M. E. Edwards & E. Zerrad.Progress in Electromagnetics Research C. Volume 1, 1-35. 2008. TIMING SHIFT OF OPTICAL PULSES DUE TO INTER-CHANNEL CROSS-TALK by B. Stojanovic, D. M. Milovic & A. Biswas. Progress in Electromagnetics Research M. Volume 1, 21-30. 2008. ADIABATIC DYNAMICS OF GAUSSIAN AND SUPER-GAUSSIAN SOLITONS IN DISPERSION-MANAGED OPTICAL FIBERS by R. Kohl, A. Biswas, D. Milovic & E. Zerrad. Progress in Electromagnetics Research. Volume 84, 27-53. 2008. OPTICAL SOLITON COOLING IN A SATURABLE LAW MEDIA by A. Biswas, D. Milovic, F. Majid & R. Kohl. Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications. Volume 22, 1735-1746. 2008. OPTICAL SOLITONS IN 1+2 DIMENSIONS WITH TIME-DEPENDENT DISPERSION, NONLINEARITY AND ATTENUATION IN A KERR LAW MEDIA by Anjan Biswas & Daniela Milovic. Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications. Volume 22, 1801-1808. 2008. OPTICAL SOLITON PERTURBATION IN A NON-KERR LAW MEDIA by Russell Kohl, Anjan Biswas, Daniela Milovic & Essaid Zerrad. Optics and Laser Technology. Volume 40, Issue 4, 647-662. 2008. FEMTOSECOND PULSE PROPAGATION IN OPTICAL FIBERS UNDER HIGHER ORDER EFFECTS: A COLLECTIVE VARIABLE APPROACH by Shwetanshumala & Anjan Biswas. International Journal of Theoretical Physics. Volume 47, Number 6, 1699-1708. 2008. PERTURBATION OF SUPER-SECH SOLITONS IN DISPERSION-MANAGED OPTICAL FIBERS by Russell Kohl, Anjan Biswas, Daniela Milovic & Essaid Zerrad. International Journal of Theoretical Physics. Volume 47, Number 7, 2038-2064. (2008). DOUBLY PERIODIC SOLUTION FOR NONLINEAR SCHRODINGER'S EQUATION WITH HIGHER ORDER POLYNOMIAL LAW NONLINEARITY by Daniela Milovic & Anjan Biswas. International Journal of Theoretical Physics. Volume 47, Number 12, 3335-3340. 2008. SPATIAL OPTICAL SOLITONS IN INHOMOGENOUS ELLIPTIC CORE SATURATING NONLINEAR FIBER by Shwetanshumala, S. Konar & A. Biswas. Optik-International Journal for Light and Electron Optics. Volume 119, Issue 9, 403-408. 2008. 1-SOLITON SOLUTION OF THE NONLINEAR REACTION-DIFFUSION EQUATION by Anjan Biswas. International Journal of Chemical Reactor Engineering. Volume 6, Note S1. 2008. STATISTICAL DYNAMICS OF DUAL-POWER LAWOPTICAL SOLITON by Anjan Biswas. Facta Universitatis (Nis); Series: Electronics and Energetics. Volume 21, Number 1, 37-44. 2008. DYNAMICS OF GAUSSIAN OPTICAL SOLITONS BY COLLECTIVE VARIABLES METHOD by Patrice Green, Daniela Milovic, Dawn A. Lott & Anjan Biswas. Applied Mathematics and Information Sciences. Volume 2, Issue 3, 259-273. 2008. OPTICAL SOLITONS IN 1+2 DIMENSIONS WITH TIME-DEPENDENT DISPERSION, NONLINEARITY AND ATTENUATION IN A POWERLAW MEDIA by Anjan Biswas & Essaid Zerrad. Optics and Photonics Letters. Volume 1, Number 1, 9-14. 2008. SOLITON PERTURBATION THEORY FOR THE KAWAHARA EQUATION by Anjan Biswas & Essaid Zerrad. Fizika A. Volume 17, Number 3, 103-108. 2008.     REFEREED JOURNAL PAPERS, (2009)   PERTURBATION OF CHIRAL SOLITONS by Anjan Biswas. Nuclear Physics B. Volume 806, Issue 3, 457-461. 2009. SOLITARY WAVE SOLUTION FOR THE GENERALIZED KAWAHARA EQUATION by Anjan Biswas. Applied Mathematics Letters. Volume 22, Issue 2, 208-210. 2009. 1-SOLITON SOLUTION OF THE GENERALIZED ZAKHAROV-KUZNETSOV MODIFIED EQUAL WIDTH EQUATION by Anjan Biswas. Applied Mathematics Letters. Volume 22, Issue 11, 1775-1777. 2009. 1-SOLITON SOLUTION OF 1+2 DIMENSIONAL NONLINEAR SCHR ODINGER'S EQUATION IN PARABOLIC LAW MEDIA by Anjan Biswas. Nonlinear Studies. Volume 16, Number 1, 49-55. 2009. DYNAMICS OF DAVYDOV SOLITONS IN -HELIX PROTEINS by Keka C. Biswas, Jacquelyn Gillespie, Fayequa Majid, Matthew Edwards & Anjan Biswas. Advanced Studies in Biology. Volume 1, Number 1, 1-8. 2009. QUASI-STATIONARY SOLITONS FOR LANGMUIR WAVES IN PLASMAS by Anjan Biswas. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 14, Issue 1, 69-76. 2009. ADIABATIC PARAMETER DYNAMICS OF PERTURBED SOLITARY WAVES by Mariana Antonova & Anjan Biswas. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 14, Issue 3, 734-748. 2009. PERTURBATION OF TOPOLOGICAL SOLITONS DUE TO SINEGORDON EQUATION AND ITS TYPE by Anne L. Fabian, Russell Kohl & Anjan Biswas. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 14, Issue 4, 1227-1244. 2009. OPTICAL SOLITONS WITH TIME-DEPENDENT DISPERSION, NONLINEARITY AND ATTENUATION IN A POWER-LAW MEDIA by Anjan Biswas. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 14, Issue 4, 1078-1081. 2009. 1-SOLITON SOLUTION OF 1+2 DIMENSIONAL NONLINEAR SCHR ODINGER'S EQUATION IN POWER LAW MEDIA by Anjan Biswas. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 14, Issue 5, 1830-1833. 2009. OPTICAL SOLITONS IN A POWER LAW MEDIA WITH FOURTH ORDER DISPERSION by Anjan Biswas& Daniela Milovic. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 14, Issue 5, 1834-1837. 2009. TRAVELLING WAVE SOLUTIONS OF THE NONLINEAR SCHR ODINGER'S EQUATION IN NON-KERR LAW MEDIA by Anjan Biswas & Daniela Milovic. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 14, Issue 5, 1993-1998. 2009. 1-SOLITON SOLUTION OF THE GENERALIZED CAMASSA-HOLM KADOMTSEV-PETVIASHVILI EQUATION by Anjan Biswas. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 14, Issue 6, 2524-2527. 2009. TOPOLOGICAL 1-SOLITON SOLUTION OF THE NONLINEAR SCHRODINGER'S EQUATION WITH KERR LAW NONLINEARITY IN 1+2 DIMENSIONS by Anjan Biswas. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 14, Issue 7, 2845-2847. 2009. 1-SOLITON SOLUTION OF THE B(m,n) EQUATION WITH GENERALIZED EVOLUTION by Anjan Biswas. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 14, Issue 8, 3226-3229. 2009. SOLITON PERTURBATION THEORY FOR PHI-FOUR MODEL AND NONLINEAR KLEIN-GORDON EQUATIONS by Ryan Sassaman & Anjan Biswas. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 14, Issue 8, 3239-3249. 2009. DYNAMICS OF TOPOLOGICAL OPTICAL SOLITONS WITH TIMEDEPENDENT DISPERSION, NONLINEARITY AND ATTENUATION by Benjamin J M. Sturdevant, Dawn A. Lott & Anjan Biswas. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 14, Issue 8, 3305-3308. 2009. SOLITARYWAVE SOLUTION FOR THE GENERALIZED KdV EQUATION WITH TIME-DEPENDENT DAMPING AND DISPERSION by Anjan Biswas. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 14, Issues 9-10, 3503-3506. 2009. 1-SOLITON SOLUTION OF THE ZAKHAROV-KUZNETSOV EQUATION WITH DUAL-POWER LAW NONLINEARITY by Anjan Biswas & Essaid Zerrad.  Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 14, Issues 9-10, 3574-3577. (2009). SOLITARY WAVES OF BOUSSINESQ EQUATION IN A POWER LAW MEDIA by Anjan Biswas, Daniela Milovic & Arjuna Ranasinghe. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 14, Issue 11, 3738-3742. (2009). A LIE SYMMETRY APPROACH TO NONLINEAR SCHR ODINGER'S EQUATION WITH NON-KERR LAW NONLINEARITY by C. Masood Khalique & Anjan Biswas. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 14, Issue 12, 4033-4040. (2009). A NUMERICAL STUDY OF OPTICAL SOLITON-LIKE STRUCTURES RESULTING FROM THE NONLINEAR SCHRODINGER'S EQUATION WITH SQUARE-ROOT LAWNONLINEARITY by Dawn A. Lott, Auris Henriquez, Benjamin J M. Sturdevant & Anjan Biswas. Applied Mathematics and Computation. Volume 207, Issue 2, 319-326. (2009). OPTICAL SOLITONS IN A PARABOLIC LAWMEDIA WITH FOURTH ORDER DISPERSION by Anjan Biswas & Daniela Milovic. Applied Mathematics and Computation. Volume 208, Issue 1, 299-302. (2009). 1-SOLITON SOLUTION OF KADOMTSEV-PETVIASVILI EQUATION WITH POWER LAW NONLINEARITY by Anjan Biswas & Arjuna Ranasinghe. Applied Mathematics and Computation. Volume 214, Issue 2, 645-647. (2009). TOPOLOGICAL AND NON-TOPOLOGICAL SOLITONS OF THE GENERALIZED KLEIN-GORDON EQUATIONS by Ryan Sassaman & Anjan Biswas. Applied Mathematics and Computation. Volume 215, Issue 1, 212-220. (2009). PERTURBATION OF SUPER-GAUSSIAN OPTICAL SOLITONS IN DISPERSION-MANAGED FIBERS by Russell Kohl, Daniela Milovic, Essaid Zerrad & Anjan Biswas. Mathematical and Computer Modelling. Volume 49, Issues 7-8, 418-427. (2009). OPTICAL SOLITONS WITH TIME-DEPENDENT DISPERSION, NONLINEARITY AND ATTENUATION IN A KERR LAW MEDIA by Anjan Biswas. International Journal of Theoretical Physics. Volume 48, Number 1, 256-260. (2009). 1-SOLITON SOLUTION OF 1+2 DIMENSIONAL NONLINEAR SCHRODINGER'S EQUATION IN KERR LAW MEDIA" by Anjan Biswas. International Journal of Theoretical Physics. Volume 48, Number 3, 689-692. (2009). TOPOLOGICAL SOLITONS OF THE NONLINEAR SCHR ODINGER'S EQUATION WITH FOURTH ORDER DISPERSION by Anjan Biswas & Daniela Milovic. International Journal of Theoretical Physics. Volume 48, Number 4, 1104-1109. (2009). SINGULAR VALUE DECOMPOSITION SOLUTION OF THE SCHRODINGER EQUATION IN PRESENCE OF EXCHANGE TERMS by Essaid Zerrad, Richard Triplett & Anjan Biswas. International Journal of Theoretical Physics. Volume 48, Number 6, 1583-1588. (2009). 1-SOLITON SOLUTION OF THE NONLINEAR SCHRODINGER'S EQUATION WITH KERR LAWNONLINEARITY USING LIE SYMMETRY ANALYSIS by C. M. Khalique & Anjan Biswas. International Journal of Theoretical Physics. Volume 48, Number 7, 1872-1876. (2009). TOPOLOGICAL AND NON-TOPOLOGICAL SOLITONS FOR THE GENERALIZED ZAKHAROV-KUZNETSOV MODIFIED EQUAL WIDTH EQUATION by Anjan Biswas. International Journal of Theoretical Physics.  Volume 48, Number 9, 2698-2703. (2009). CHIRAL SOLITONS IN 1+2 DIMENSIONS by Anjan Biswas. International Journal of Theoretical Physics. Volume 48, Number 12, 3403-3409. (2009). SOLITONS IN PLASMAS: A LIE SYMMETRY APPROACH by Chaudry Masood Khalique & Anjan Biswas. International Journal of Theoretical Physics. Volume 48, Number 11, 3110-3113. (2009).   OPTICAL SOLITONS BY HE'S VARIATIONAL PRINCIPLE IN A NON-KERR LAW MEDIA by Russell Kohl, Daniela Milovic, Essaid Zerrad & Anjan Biswas. Journal of Infrared, Millimeter and Terahertz Waves. Volume 30, Number 5, 526-537. (2009). SOLITARYWAVE SOLUTION FOR KdV EQUATION WITH POWER LAW NONLINEARITY AND TIME-DEPENDENT COEFFICIENTS by Anjan Biswas. Nonlinear Dynamics. Volume 58, Numbers 1-2, 345-348. (2009). OPTICAL SOLITONS WITH PARABOLIC AND DUAL-POWER LAW NONLINEARITY VIA LIE SYMMETRY ANALYSIS by C. M. Khalique & Anjan Biswas. Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications. Volume 23, Number 7, 963-973. (2009). OPTICAL SOLITONS WITH POWER LAW NONLINEARITY USING LIE GROUP ANALYSIS by C. M. Khalique & Anjan Biswas. Physics Letters A. Volume 373, Issues 23-24, 2047-2049. (2009). 1-SOLITON SOLUTION OF THE GENERALIZED RADHAKRISHNAN, KUNDU, LAKSHMANAN EQUATION by Anjan Biswas. Physics Letters A. Volume 373, Issue 30, 2546-2548. (2009). 1-SOLITON SOLUTION OF THE GENERALIZED ZAKHAROV-KUZNETSOV EQUATION WITH NONLINEAR DISPERSION AND TIME-DEPENDENT COEFFICIENTS by Anjan Biswas. Physics Letters A. Volume 373, Issue 33, 2931-2934. (2009). DARK OPTICAL SOLITONS IN POWER LAW MEDIA WITH TIME DEPENDENT COEFFICIENTS by Manirupa Saha, Amarendra K. Sarma & Anjan Biswas. Physics Letters A. Volume 373, Issue 48, 4438-4441. (2009). OPTICAL SOLITONS IN 1+2 DIMENSIONS WITH NON-KERR LAW NONLINEARITY by Anjan Biswas & Daniela Milovic. The European Physical Journal: Special Topics. Volume 173, Number 1, 81-86. (2009). SOLITON PERTURBATION THEORY FOR DISPERSION-MANAGED OPTICAL FIBERS by Russell Kohl, Daniela Milovic, Essaid Zerrad & Anjan Biswas. Journal of Nonlinear Optical Physics and Materials. Volume 18, Issue 2, 227-270. (2009). A NEW CONSERVED QUANTITY FOR NON-KERR LAW OPTICAL SOLITONS by Anjan Biswas. Optik-International Journal for Light and Electron Optics. Volume 120, Issue 13, 658-667. (2009). TOPOLOGICAL SOLITONS IN 1+2 DIMENSIONS WITH TIME DEPENDENT COEFFICIENTS by Benjamin Sturdevant, Dawn A. Lott & Anjan Biswas. Progress in Electromagnetics Research Letters. Volume 10, 69-75. (2009). TEMPORAL 1-SOLITON SOLUTION OF THE COMPLEX GINZBURG-LANDAU EQUATION WITH POWER LAW NONLINEARITY by A. Biswas. Progress in Electromagnetics Research. Volume 96, 1-7. (2009). DOUBLY PERIODIC SOLUTION FOR NONLINEAR SCHR ODINGER'S EQUATION WITH TRIPLE-POWER LAWNONLINEARITY by Daniela Milovic & Anjan Biswas. International Journal of Nonlinear Science. Volume 7, Number 4, 420-425. (2009). OPTICAL SOLITONS WITH FOURTH ORDER DISPERSION AND DUAL-POWER LAWNONLINEARITY by Anjan Biswas & Daniela Milovic. International Journal of Nonlinear Science. Volume 7, Number 4, 443-447. (2009). A STUDY OF OPTICAL SOLITONS WITH KERR AND POWER LAW NONLINEARITIES BY HE'S VARIATIONAL PRINCIPLE by Engin Topkara, Daniela Milovic, Amarendra K. Sarma, Fayequa Majid & Anjan Biswas. Journal of the European Optical Society. Volume 4, 09050. (2009).   REFEREED JOURNAL PAPERS, (2010)     1-SOLITON SOLUTION OF THE GENERALIZED ZAKHAROV EQUATION IN PLASMAS BY HE'S VARIATIONAL PRINCIPLE by Anjan Biswas, Essaid Zerrad, Jude Gwaanmesia & Ramzi Khouri. Applied Mathematics and Computation. Volume 215, Issue 12, 4462-4466. (2010). BRIGHT AND DARK SOLITONS OF THE GENERALIZED NONLINEAR SCHRODINGER'S EQUATION by Anjan Biswas & Daniela Milovic. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 15, Issue 6, 1473-1484. (2010). CHIRAL SOLITONS WITH TIME-DEPENDENT COEFFICIENTS by Anjan Biswas. International Journal of Theoretical Physics. Volume 49, Number 1, 79-83. (2010). SOLITARYWAVES FOR POWER-LAW REGULARIZED LONG WAVE EQUATION AND R(m,n) EQUATION by Anjan Biswas. Nonlinear Dynamics. Volume 59, Number 3, 423-426. (2010). AN EXACT SOLUTION FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC SOLITONS IN RELATIVISTIC PLASMAS by Anjan Biswas, Daniela Milovic & Essaid Zerrad. Physica Scripta. Volume 81, Issue 2, 025506. (2010).   1-SOLITON SOLUTION OF THE GENERALIZED KdV EQUATION WITH GENERALIZED EVOLUTION by Muhmmad S. Ismail, & Anjan Biswas. Applied Mathematics and Computation. Volume 216, Issue 5, 1673-1679. (2010).   1-SOLITON SOLUTION OF THE GENERALIZED KP EQUATION WITH GENERALIZED EVOLUTION by Muhmmad S. Ismail, Marko Petkovic & Anjan Biswas. Applied Mathematics and Computation. Volume 216, Issue 7, 2220-2225. (2010).   SOLITON PERTURBATION THEORY FOR NONLINEAR WAVE EQUATIONS by Laila Girgis & Anjan Biswas. Applied Mathematics and Computation. Volume 216, Issue 7, 2226-2231. (2010).   SOLITON SOLUTIONS OF A FEW NONLINEAR WAVE EQUATIONS by Anwar Ja’afar Muhmmad-Jawar, Marko Petkovic & Anjan Biswas. Applied Mathematics and Computation. Volume 216, Issue 9, 2649-2658. (2010).   EXACT SOLUTIONS OF KdV EQUATION WITH TIME-DEPENDENT COEFFICIENTS by A. G. Johnpillai, C. M. Khalique & Anjan Biswas. Applied Mathematics and Computation. Volume 216, Issue 10, 3114-3119. (2010).   SOLITON SOLUTIONS OF BURGERS EQUATIONS AND PERTURBED BURGERS EQIATION by Anwar Ja’afar Muhmmad-Jawar, Marko Petkovic & Anjan Biswas. Applied Mathematics and Computation. Volume 216, Issue 11, 3370-3377. (2010).   A STUDY OF LANGMUIR WAVES IN PLASMAS by Chaudry Masood Khalique & AnjanBiswas. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 15, Issue 9, 2245-2248. (2010).   OPTICAL SOLITONS WITH NON-KERR LAW NONLINEARITY AND INTER-MODAL DISPERSION WITH TIME-DEPENDENT COEFFICIENTS by Engin Topkara, Daniela Milovic, Amarendra K. Sarma, Essaid Zerrad & Anjan Biswas. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 15, Issue 9, 2320-2330. (2010).   1-SOLITON SOLUTION OF BENJAMIN-BONA-MAHONEY EQUATION WITH DUAL-POWER LAW NONLINEARITY by Anjan Biswas. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 15, Issue 10, 2744-2746. (2010).   TOPOLOGICAL AND NON-TOPOLOGICAL EXACT SOLITON SOLUTION OF THE POWER LAW KdV EQUATION by Anjan Biswas, Marko Petkovic & Daniela Milovic. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 15, Issue 11, 3263-3269. (2010).   OPTICAL SOLITONS WITH LOG LAW NONLINEARITY by Anjan Biswas & Daniela Milovic. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 15, Issue 12, 3763-3767. (2010).   BRIGHT AND DARK OPTICAL SOLITONS WITH TIME-DEPENDENT COEFFICIENTS IN A NON-KERR LAW MEDIA by Patrice Green & Anjan Biswas. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Volume 15, Issue 12, 3865-3873. (2010).   TOPOLOGICAL AND NON-TOPOLOGICAL SOLITONS OF THE GENERALIZED KLEIN-GORDON EQUATIONS IN 1+2 DIMENSIONS by Ryan Sassaman, Alireza Heidari, Fayequa Majid & Anjan Biswas. Dynamics of Continuous, Discrete and Impulsive Systems: Series A. Volume 17, Number 2a, 275-286. (2010).   DYNAMICS OF RELATIVISTIC SOLITONS DUE TO PSEUDO SINE-GORDON EQUATION by Alireza Heidari & Anjan Biswas. International Journal of Theoretical Physics. Volume 49, Issue 5, 1096-1105. (2010).   SOLITARY WAVE SOLUTION OF THE ZAKHAROV-KUZNETSOV EQUATION IN PLASMAS WITH POWER LAW NONLINEARITY by Anjan Biswas & Essaid Zerrad. Nonlinear Analysis, Series B: Real World Applications. Volume 11, Issue 4, 3272-3274. (2010).   STATIONARY SOLITONS FOR LANGMUIR WAVES IN PLASMAS by Chaudry Masood Khalique & Anjan Biswas. World Applied Sciences Journal. Volume 8, Issue 1, 73-75. (2010).   OPTICAL SOLITONS WITH HIGHER ORDER DISPERSION BY SEMI-INVERSE VARIATIONAL PRINCIPLE by P. D. Green, D. Milovic, D. A. Lott & A. Biswas. Progress in Electromagnetics Research. Volume 102, 337-350. (2010).   EFFECT OF TWO-PHOTON ABSORPTION ON SOLITON PROPAGATION AND SOLITON-SOLITON INTERACTION IN A SILICON WAVEGUIDE by Amarendra K. Sarma, Manirupa Saha & Anjan Biswas. Optical Engineering. Volume 49, Issue 3, 035001, 4 pages. (2010).   1-SOLITON SOLUTION OF THE K(m,n) EQUATION WITH GENERALIZED EVOLUTION AND TIME-DEPENDENT DAMPING AND DISPERSION by Anjan Biswas. Computers and Mathematics with Applications. Volume 59, Issue 8, 2538-2542. (2010).   GAUSSIAN SOLITON SOLUTION TO NONLINJEAR SCHRODINGER’S EQUATION WITH LOG-LAW NONLINEARITY by Chaudry Masood Khalique & Anjan Biswas. International Journal of Physical Sciences. Volume 5, Issue 3, 280-282. (2010).       Last Updated 7/2010  
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Anjan Biswas, Ph.D.


Associate Professor (Tenured)

Department of Mathematical Sciences

College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Technology

 

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Delaware State University, Science Center S100 1200 N. DuPont, Dover, DE 19901 Phone: 302-857-7370; Fax: 302-857-6512 ledavis@desu.edu     Professional Education: PhD – Biochemistry, Univ. Illinois Medical Center MS – Physiological Psychology (Neuroscience), Northwestern University BS – Biology, University Illinois at Urbana Research Interest Area(s) Molecular mechanisms of neuronal function in Alzheimer’s Disease   Active Grants & Funding “An Inter-institutional Neuroscience PhD Program to Expand Graduate Education Opportunities for Minority Students” (2/1/2009-1/31/2012, NSF HRD0833148; Co-PI, Dr. Melissa Harrington) “Targeted Infusion to Attract Minorities to STEM by using an Accredited Forensic Biology Major: an Interdisciplinary Approach” (9/1/2008-8/30/2010, NSF HRD0811338; Co-PI, Dr. Clytrice Watson) “Building Research Capacity for the 21st Century: an MBRS SCORE Proposal” (2/1/2007-1/31/2011, NIH/NIGMS 1 S06 GM073765-01A2; Project Director, Dr. Melissa Harrington) Professional Affiliations Member, Society for Neuroscience Honors & Awards received (last five years) Nominated for “Excellence in Service” Award, 2006 & 2009 (DSU)       Last Updated 7/2010    
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Leonard G. Davis, Ph.D.


Chair, Associate Professor

Department of Biological Sciences

College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Technology

 

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