In this photo: Chemical/Biological Warfare Sensor researchers: (l-r) Caio Azevedo, May Hlaing, Luil Menberu, and Dr. Mohammed Khan. Thursday, April 19, 2018 While we live in a world where recently Russia unleashed nerve agents in Britain and chemical agents were used against the people of Syria, researchers at Delaware State University
In this photo: (L-r) Dr. Mukti Rana, chair of the Dept. of Physics and Engineering and the grant’s principal investigator, with Danzel Hill and Andrew Voshell, undergraduate and graduate students, respectively. Both students are working with Dr. Rana on the research project. Wednesday, March 14, 2018 A Delaware State University
This past weekend, DSU hosted their Fall Open House for prospective and future Hornets. OSCAR was definitely on-hand to provide information for students who were interested in majoring in the department. Students learned of the benefits of being affiliate with Optics and Applied Research and how their work will impact the nation and world.
Achievement is something highly respected,honored, and praised. Dr. Renu Tripathi, professor of the Physics and Engineering department deserves that and much more. Dr. Tripathi has recently received a three-year grant funded in the amount of $727,691 from NASA EPSCoR . The proposal is titled - Laser based Remote Magnetometry with Mesospheric Sodium Atoms for Geomagnetic
Congratulations are in order as we honor Dr. Mohammad Khan who was newly awarded a $100,000 grant from the National Science Foundation titled “EAGER”. The research aims at developing a citizen science program to study the impact of air-pollution, and, a basic understating of factors that influence local and regional air-quality. Dr. Khan’s research focusses