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.
Delaware State University hosts an Open House each semester where prospective students have the opportunity to meet professionals, develop a career timeline, and explore what the University has to offer. OSCAR is responsible for innovative research included but not limited to Space Navigation and Exploration, Biophotonics Imaging, Ultra High precision atomic clocks, Lidar Imaging, Sensors for pollution control, Soft Matter Transport, and IR detection. Prospective students also received information on paid internships opportunities and also off-campus various research facilities nationwide.
The department offers undergraduate and graduate programs in Physics, Engineering Physics, Physics Education, Engineering technology, and Applied Optics.
All programs engage students into hands on laboratory research with faculty members on their respective innovative research projects.