Assistant Professor of Physics
Office Address: 108 Taylor
- B.S., University of Puget Sound (Physics and Mathematics) 2003
- M.S., Ph.D. University of Oregon 2004, 2010
- Dissertation title: "Measurement and control of transverse photonic degrees of freedom
via parity sorting and spin-orbit interaction"
- Foundations of Physics
- Modern Physics
- Electronics laboratory
- Quantum Mechanics
- Particle Physics
- Thermal Physics
- Tom Gilliss, Manipulation of Transverse Photonic Degrees of Freedom via Classical
and Hong-Ou-Mandel Interference, 2013
- Karl Smith, Electrons Aligned and Felines Undefined: Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics
and Perturbing the Spin-Orbit Interaction in Electrons, 2013
- Michael-Erik Ronlund, Sorting Spatial Wavefunctions of Photons by Parity, 2013
- Mohammad Saif Ahmad, Parity-based Measurement and Control of the Spatial Wave Function
of Photons, 2012
- Margaret Raabe, Manipulation of a Photon's Wave Function in Optical Fibers, 2012
- Dashiell L. Vitullo, M. G. Raymer, Cody C. Leary, Siddharth Ramachandran, “Photonic
Spin-Orbit Interaction in Few-Mode-Optical Fiber,” in the Proceedings of the Frontiers in Optics: Laser Science XXVII Conference, San Jose, CA (2011).
- Yoonshik Kang, Kiyoung Cho, Jaewoo Noh, Dash Vitullo, Cody Leary, and Michael G. Raymer,
"Remote preparation of complex spatial state of single photons and verification by
two-photon imaging experiment" Opt. Express 18, 1217 (2010).
- C. C. Leary, M. G. Raymer, and S. J. Van Enk, "Spin and Orbital Rotation of Electrons
and Photons via Spin-Orbit Interaction" Phys. Rev. A (Rapid Communications) 80, 061804 (2009).
- C. C. Leary, L. A. Baumgardner, and M. G. Raymer, "Stable mode sorting by two-dimensional
parity of photonic transverse spatial states" Opt. Express 17, 4 (2009).
- C. C. Leary, D. Reeb, and M. G. Raymer, "Self-spin-controlled rotation of spatial
states of a Dirac electron in a cylindrical potential via spin-orbit interaction"
New J. Phys. 10, 103022 (2008).
- Parity-based measurement and control of transverse quantum states of light, bimodal
two-photon interference, quantum entanglement, spin-orbit interaction of electrons
and photons in cylindrical geometries.