Raghav Chhetri, a senior physics and math double major, gave a presentation titled “Measurement Analysis and Theoretical Basis of Power Distribution in Diffraction Gratings as a Function of Incident Angle” at the Symposium on Undergraduate Research at Laser Science XXII, co-located with Frontiers in Optics 2006, the 90th annual meeting of the Optical Society of America, Oct. 9-12 in Rochester, N.Y. The symposium is the annual meeting of the division of Laser Science of the American Physical Society. Chhetri’s presentation was sponsored by Michael Goggin, associate professor of physics, who presented his poster titled “Improved 405-nm Diode-Pumped Downconversion Entanglement Source” at Frontiers in Optics 2006. Chhetri’s work was the result of a Truman Summer Research Experience stipend. Goggin’s work was supported by the MURI Center for Photonic Quantum Information Systems (ARO/DTO program DAAD19-03-1-0199) and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
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