Advanced Projects & Optics Internship Physics Laboratory

University of Oregon
Department of Physics
Eugene, Oregon
Willamette Hall, Rm(s) 10,12,18
email: bsboggs@uoregon.edu
ph: 541-346-7963
fax: 541-346-5861
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Projects in Progress:

Rb Atom Trap MOT
Spontaneous Parametric Downconversion
Modelocked Fiberlaser
Autocorrelator
Sagnac Fiber Interferometer
CW/Pulsed NMR
Sonoluminescence
Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifier & CW Laser
Atomic Force Microscope
Surface Plasmon Resonance
Superconductivity
Carrier Dynamics in a Semiconductor Device
Optical Tweezers
Chaos in a Double Pendulum
Construction and Use of a Spatial Light Modulator (SLM)
Parallel Programming on the APL Cluster
Dispersion in an Optical Fiber
Astronomical Spectroscopy










Teaching Modules:
Photon Counting Fundamentals
Two-Slit Interference One Photon at a Time
Millikan Oil Drop Apparatus
Superconducting Quantum Interference Device
Coherence Length/Area - A Broadband Michelson Interferometer















Projects in Development:

Fiber Interferometer
Cosmic Ray Telescope
Self-heterodyne/homodyne laser linewidth measurements and modeling
Astronomical CCD Characterization
Lock-In Amplification Techniques
Muon Lifetime Measurement
Electron Spin Resonance
Physical Adsorption
Photo-Electric Effect
















Useful Links:
 
                                
University of Oregon's Optics Internship Program
Mark Beck's Undergraduate Quantum Optics Lab 
The Optics Project
University of Toronto's Femtosecond Fiber laser Project
Encyclopedia for Photonics and Laser Technology
Physics News
Student Machine Shop
Electronics Shop
Google Scholar
Society of Physics Students
American Physical Society NW Section
Graduate School Finder
Physical Constants
Fortran 90 Tutorial
Python3 Tutorial
Poster Template (odp)
Poster Template (pptx)
Journal Title Abbreviations
RF Filter Design Calculator Tools
LyX - A High Level LaTeX Document Processor
Inkscape - A SVG Graphics Editor
textext - A LaTeX Extension for Inkscape
LaTex Resources for Beginners
The Not So Short Introduction to LaTex2e