Ultrafast Optics Expert Dr. Anthony Johnson to Speak at DSU Nov. 8

       Dr. Anthony M. Johnson

Delaware State University will present Dr. Anthony M. Johnson in guest lecture on “Ultrafast Optics and Optoelectronics” at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8 in Room 223 of the Mishoe Center (south bldg.).
The guest lecture, which is part of the Dean’s Distinguished Lecturer Series of the DSU College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Technology, is free and open to the public.
Dr. Anthony M. Johnson is a professor of physics, a professor of Computer Science & Electrical Engineering, and is the director of the Center for Advanced Studies in Photonics Research at the University of Maryland in Baltimore County, Md.
His research pursuits include the general area of ultrafast photophysics nonlinear optical properties of bulk, nanoclustered and quantum well semiconductor structures, ultra-short pulse propagation in fibers, as well as high-speed lightwave systems.
Dr. Johnson has four United States patents, and has authored two book chapters and articles in 70 refereed publications