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  • Title: OSCAR - Optical Science Center for Applied Research
    Descriptive info: .... OSCAR:.. Optical Science Center for Applied Research.. at Delaware State University.. Delaware State University.. About.. People.. Programs.. Research.. Resources.. Opportunities.. Contact us.. Welcome to OSCAR.. Our mission is to increase the public awareness of optics and photonics through education.. and research.. Click here to learn more about us |.. Slideshow of Events and Activities.. OSCAR is the home of:.. CREOSA.. the Center for Research and Education in Optical Sciences and Applications funded by the.. National Science Foundation CREST.. CAOSS.. the Center for Applied Optics for Space Sciences, funded by the.. National Aeronautics and Space Administration URC-5.. OSA(DESU).. The Optical Society of America student chapter at Delaware State University.. Visit.. http://www.. oscar.. desu.. edu/osa.. Slide Show of Recent Events.. Latest News.. October 24, 2012.. Ground breaking ceremony was held for the future Optical Science Center for Applied Research (OSCAR) building.. The four-story 70,000-square-foot building will be the new home of OSCAR and will be built in three phases.. The initial 27,000 square foot first phase will house state-of-the-art advanced optical research laboratories.. A suite of shared laboratories will provide advanced technology testing and instrumentation to support a myriad of research needs.. Read.. more.. September 27, 2012.. The National Science Foundation renewed their support  ...   and DSU, with support also coming from the Boeing Company, the Dow Chemical Company, ILC Dover, the Optical Science Center for Applied Research (OSCAR) and the Delaware Biotechnology Institute.. April.. 17, 2012.. Several OSCAR undergraduate students presented their research at the 39th Annual Honors Day Program that was held at Delaware State University on Thursday, April 12, 2012.. On Monday, April 16 the Delaware BioScience Association presented Dr.. Noureddine Melikechi with the Delaware Bio Award for Academic Research.. Upcoming Events.. May 11, 2012.. 11 Senior, Physics and Pre-Engineering student Bryan Greenly will present his Senior Thesis entitled: Resonant Magneto-Optical Rotation in Warm Rubidium Vapor for Atomic Magnetometry.. See.. Flyer.. Thursday, April 19, 2012, 12:00 P.. M.. Location: WCJ Library, Computer Lab, 6th floor.. Title: The Biophysics of Axon Growth and Guidance.. by Dr.. Jeff Urbach of Georgetown University.. Tuesday, March 20, 2012, 1:00 P.. Data Mining For Spectroscopy Data, by Tia L.. Vance, Advisedy Dr Dragoljub Pokrajac.. This thesis defense will be hold in ETV 131.. LightView Newsletter.. Download our LightView newsletter.. Summer2012 Newsletter.. Download our latest LightView newsletter.. Spring 2012 Newsletter.. Download our latest LightView newsletter (1.. 4MB).. Download.. Download past issues of LightView.. More.. 2010 OSCAR - Dover, Delaware.. (302) 857-6715..

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  • Title: OSCAR - Optical Science Center for Applied Research - About - Contact Us
    Descriptive info: About.. Mission.. News.. Events.. Directions.. Contact Us.. Contact Us.. Graduate Programs.. For more information on obtaining an MS or PhD in Optics, please contact:.. Dr.. Aristides Marcano, Graduate Program Director.. (302) 857-6690.. amarcano@desu.. edu.. Summer Undergraduate Research.. For more information about our programs, please contact:.. Ms.. Jackie Jones, Associate Director of Outreach.. (302) 857-6650.. jjones@desu..

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  • Title: OSCAR - Optical Science Center for Applied Research - Page Title
    Descriptive info: The Future of Optics.. OSCAR is the Optical Science Center for Applied Research at Delaware State University, located in the state capitol of Dover.. Optical science is the primary research focus of OSCAR for three main reasons.. First, it is intrinsically interdisciplinary, offering rich capabilities with exciting applications and innovations in many fields.. Second, at DSU, there is an energetic core of faculty from several departments whose research has optics as a common focus or enabler, and who are eager to collaborate.. Third, the use of lasers is growing rapidly in applications that range from nanotechnology and optical fiber telecommunications to novel detection of dangerous chemicals, rapid and accurate characterization of various complex media, and imaging of ultrafast phenomena.. As a result, degree recipients with expertise in optical science are in demand in the workforce and as professors to educate future generations.. CREOSA Mission.. CREOSA's mission will be to: (1) promote multidisciplinary research and education in optics and related fields of physics, chemistry, engineering, computer science, mathematics and biology; (2) enhance the research capabilities of DSU by engaging faculty in research that integrates the education of a diverse population of students; (3) provide a rich intellectual environment for collaborative research among faculty and students from various departments;  ...   undergraduate and graduate students in STEM, with the goal of doubling STEM degree production writhin 10 years.. Create and implement STEM curricula that incorporate research engagement, including a senior thesis option.. Strengthen the research infrastructure at DSU in terms of people, equipment, and access to scientific information.. Lay the foundations for a PhD program in optical sciences.. Establish partnerships, collaborations, and outreach that amplify the impact of CREOSA.. the Center for Research in Optical Sciences and Education, funded by the.. CAOSS Mission.. CAOSS is a research program in the field of Optical Sciences for applications in space navigation and exploration.. The program is funded by a NASA award, which began in October 2009.. The Centers' research areas include Planetary Science, Space Communications Navigation and Astrobiology.. The mission of CAOSS is: (1) to promote multidisciplinary research and education in optical sciences through the pursuit of activities that yield expansion and dissemination of knowledge; (2) foster broad participation by assisting predominantly students from underrepresented and underserved groups in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields; (3) enhance the national aerospace science and technology workforce; and (4) develop partnerships with the larger community and increase awareness of NASA's mission.. the Center for Applied Optics for Space Science, funded by the..

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  • Title: OSCAR - Slideshow of Events and Activities
    Descriptive info: (Click to Select).. Stay.. Pause.. 2011 Summer Intern..

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  • Title: OSCAR - Optical Science Center for Applied Research - About - News
    Descriptive info: News.. Download LightView!.. Summer2012.. Spring2012.. Summer2011.. Spring 2011.. Newsletter.. Fall2010.. Volume 3, Issue 2.. (Fall 2010) 1.. 4MB.. Volume 3, Issue 1.. (Summer 2010) 1.. Volume 2, Issue 1.. (Fall 2009) 1.. Volume 1, Issue 3.. (Summer 2009) 1.. Volume 1, Issue 2.. (Spring 2009) 1.. 2MB.. Volume 1, Issue 1.. (Summer 2008) 1.. 1MB.. Ground Breaking Ceremony Held for New Optical Science Building.. Read more stories at.. DSU News.. ,.. Delaware State News.. WDDE.. WDEL.. , and.. Delaware Business Daily.. CREOSA Grant Renewed for Five More Years.. See full story at.. OSCAR Student Wins Award of Excellence at the NASA Goddard Intern Poster Session.. Michael Williams, an OSCAR graduate student, won the Award of Excellence in the engineering category of the 2012 NASA Goddard Intern Poster Session this summer.. His poster along with two others were selected out of 55 posters in the same category to receive the recognition for their excellent work and presentation.. Michael interned for 10 weeks this summer at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Green-belt, MD, working on the Geiger-Mode Avalanche Photo Diode Camera project which seeks to produce crisp and distinct 3D topographic images for space navigation and intelligent robotic surveying.. 1st Annual Kent County Science Fair.. On May 2nd, 67 students from middle and high schools in Kent County Delaware converged on Delaware State University for the 1st Annual Kent County Science Fair.. For a slideshow of the event and a complete list of the winners please click on the following link:.. edu/news/kent-county-science-fair-photos-and-winners.. or a slideshow on this website.. Science Fair.. OSCAR Graduate Students Present their Research.. April 17, 2012.. Presenters at the Honors Day Program and their topics were:.. Martha Gwengi.. Simulating the Movements of Pathogenic Particles in Contraceptive Gels.. Rahmeek Perry.. Oxytocin-loaded Chitosan Nanoparticles as a Novel Drug Delivery System.. Danielle Ferguson.. Analysis of Dynamic Light Scattering of Concentrated Solutions.. Brandon Dogan.. Finite-Difference Time-Domain simulations of light scattering by small particles.. Jebari Weekes.. Characteristics of Municipal Solid Waste in Delaware for Bio-Gas Production.. Aaron Villete.. Developing a Raman Spectrometer to Study the Structure of Nanomaterials.. Christopher Collins.. Design of an imaging system for living cell plane illumination microscopy.. Folawiyo Popoola.. Surface Fuctionalization and Binding Capacity of the Titanium Oxide Micro-particles.. Nicholas Calvano.. Electronic Interfacing for Time of Flight Measurement in a Scanning LADAR System.. Bryan Greenly.. Resonant Magneto-Optical Rotation in Warm Rubidium Vapor for Atomic Magnetometry.. OSCAR Graduate students Visit Goddard Space Flight Center.. Nov 15, 2011.. On Friday, November 4, 2011, twelve OSCAR Graduate students ventured off campus to visit the optical science laboratories at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, MD.. During their visit, the students were given a tour that included a research lab, the optical components testing room, and the high bay clean room.. Staff from the Human Resources and the Education Departments organized an information session for the students where they discussed the many research opportunities available at Goddard.. More.. Mukti Rana Publishes an Online Book.. Nov 10, 2011.. Mukti Rana, Assistant Professor in the Physics and Pre-Engineering Department and an OSCAR Scientist, publishes an online book titled, " Applications of RF Sputtered GexSi1-x and GexSi1-xOy Thin Films for Uncooled Infrared Detectors".. This book, co-authored by Donald P.. Butler and published by Nova Science Publishers, INC.. , ISBN: 978-1-61324-357-2-2011, will help the researchers working in the infrared detection area.. Infrared detection technique is used, among others, in night vision cameras, law enforcement, search and rescue in toxic or smoke filled environment, and medical imaging.. NASA's Dr.. Roger Wiens to Speak at DSU Nov.. 15 on the Upcoming Mars Mission.. Nov 11, 2011.. Delaware State University will present guest speaker Dr.. Roger Wiens, a NASA scientist who is intimately involved in the space agency's upcoming Mars launch, at 6 p.. m.. Tuesday, Nov.. 15, in Longwood Auditorium in the Bank of America Building (College of Business) on campus.. The event â which is part of the College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences & Technology Dean's Distinguished Lecturer Series â is free and open to the public.. Wiens will share information about the much-anticipated Nov.. 25 launch of the Mars Science Laboratory, which is expected to land along with the Curiosity Rover on Mars' surface in August 2012.. Wiens will discuss the instrumentation on the rover and what scientists hope will be revealed about the habitability of Mars from data that will be returned to earth.. For more info about Dr.. Wiens' presentation, contact Ms.. Vanessa Nesbit of the DSU College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences & Technology at 302.. 857.. 6502.. Martha Gwengi receives Honorable Mention at AMP Research Symposium 2011.. October 28, 2011.. Doverâ Martha Gwengi, a senior in the College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Technology (CMNST), was all smiles upon learning she would receive an honorable mention award at the 14th Annual Philadelphia AMP Research Symposium and Mentoring Conference hosted by Drexel University.. A cash prize accompanied the award.. This year's theme "Changing the Face of the Scientific Enterpriseâ Broadening Participation" put the focus on emerging undergraduate leaders in their respective fields of scientific study.. For the poster competition, Gwengi presented her work entitled "Movements of Polystyrene Beads in Contraceptive Gels.. " The research aims to "investigate the protective characteristics of vaginal contraceptive gels against various pathogenic particles such as HIV viruses.. ".. Gwengi collaborates with Dr.. Hacene Boukari, associate professor in the Department of Physics and Pre-Engineering and OSCAR researcher, along with co-author Elton Jhamba.. Currently, she is a scholar in the Minority Access to Research Careers (MARC) program where students must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.. 25.. An important part of the two day event was the second half of the conference consisting of a Graduate Fair wherein participants were provided mentorship and guidance on career exploration as well as professional development.. Public Lecture on NASA's Solar System Exploration and Beyond: Astrobiology.. September 24, 2011.. Dover, Delaware â How did life begin and evolve on earth? Is there life beyond earth? What is the future of life on earth? These and other related questions are hot areas of discovery among the researchers at NASA, a topic referred to as Astrobiology.. The College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Technology at Delaware State University will host a public seminar on the exciting, multi-disciplinary subject of Astrobiology by Dr.. John W.. Delano, SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor at the University of Albany.. The lecture will be held on Thursday, October 20th, 2011 at 6 p.. , Lecture Hall 205 in the Luna I.. Mishoe Science Center South.. A light reception will follow.. Delano is Associate Director at the New York Center for Astrobiology (NASA), and Principal Investigator for the NASA Astrobiology Program at SUNY â Albany.. Among his many accomplishments, Dr.. Delano is a 2005 recipient of the Executive Award: Science Teachers' Association of New York State (STANYS); the 2007 Torch Award: Outstanding contributions to the undergraduate academic experience; the State University of New York Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching; and the University at Albany President's Award for Excellence in Teaching.. Delano's research interests primarily relate to current work associated with a NASA Astrobiology Institute grant, involving collaboration with colleagues at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Syracuse University, University of Arizona, University of North Dakota,  ...   in Research Funds to Build an Optical Center.. May 6, 2011.. On Friday, May 6, Delaware Governor, Jack Markell, held a Media Event at Delaware State University where he announced that the State of Delaware is awarding $10 Million to DSU to be used to help build an Optical Research Center.. Mukti Rana Published a Paper.. April 14.. 2011.. Mukti Rana, Associate Professor in the Physics and Pre-Engineering Department and an OSCAR Scientist, publishes paper titled " Noise Performance Evaluation of Uncooled Infrared Detectors".. The Co-Authors of the paper are H.. P.. Oloomi and M.. S.. Alam.. The paper was published in IEEE Sensors Journal, Volume 11, Number 4.. Inclusive Pages: 971-987, March, 2011.. Patrice Benson on National HBCU/MI conference.. April 4, 2011.. First picture goes with this article(Picture of the panel-Patrice is the one in the middle): Dr.. Patrice Benson, a former CREOSA Fellow and 2010 graduate of DSU's Interdisciplinary Applied Mathematics and Mathematical Physics PhD Program was invited by DoD to be a panel member at the Department of Defense's National HBCU/MI conference on March 20-22, 2011.. Patrice Benson is an assistant professor at West Point US Military Academy.. The First Intellectural Property Transfer for DSU.. Feb.. 23, 2011.. On Wednesday (Feb 23) at 10AM in the Board of Trustees Room at DSU (Admin 4th floor), a Press Conference was held announcing a Technology Transfer from DSU to Photon Machines, Inc.. â a Company in Redmond, WA.. This is the first such transfer for DSU.. Noureddine Melikechi presented a lecture.. 9, 2011.. Noureddine Melikechi presented a lecture titled " Non-invasive Optical Early Detection of Ovarian Cancer: Progress and Challenges" on the Physics Department Seminar See.. Public Lecture on Entrepreneurship.. Feb 9.. The lecture titled "Teaching Entrepreneurship to Scientists and Engineers: Can we teach a person to be an entrepreneur or is it in the DNA?" will take place at 6 p.. on March 3rd, 2011, on the campus of Delaware State University, Mishoe Science Center South, Rm 205.. This is the 4th of 5 lectures constituting a science-based lecture series hosted by the College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences & Technology (CMNST) at Delaware State University; Dr.. Noureddine Melikechi is Dean.. The series is also supported by grants from the National Science Foundation, and the National Aeronautic Space Administration (NASA).. NSF awards grant to Dr.. Gour Pati.. Feb 4, 2011.. Renu Tripathi (PI) and Dr.. Gour Pati (Co-I) were awarded the NSF MRI grant for $307,861.. 00.. Their proposal was titled: "Coherence and Quantum Control using NV Center in Diamond Nanocrystals".. Optical excitation of electron spin coherence in nitrogen vacancy (NV) centers is currently being explored for building solid-state optical devices for quantum information processing.. This is possible due to the long coherence time of spin in the NV color centers in diamond.. Optical systems that can address isolated electron spins in individual color centers and color center ensembles are significantly important for quantum information storage, entanglement generation, and single photon nonlinear interaction.. In this project, the team plans to develop an instrument that will interface color centers in diamond nanocrystals with laser excitations to study quantum phenomena both at room and low (~70K) temperatures.. In addition to a confocal optical system, a subsystem consisting of tapered fiber-coupled nanocrystals will be used.. This takes advantage of the wave guiding property of tapered fibers to optically address the color center ensemble.. Both of these instruments will provide single photon detection and measurement capabilities for doing quantum measurements.. These will be used to explore coherence properties of nanocrystals for quantum information storage/retrieval, and single photon nonlinear interactions.. The instruments will be extensively used in research-related education and training for a large number of underrepresented minority students engaged in STEM research at Delaware State University.. The instruments will also be used in extending advanced physics, material science and quantum optics laboratory experiences for undergraduate and graduate students in the Physics & Pre-Engineering department.. NASA Student Ambassador.. Jan.. 29, 2011.. Harry Burton has been selected to be a NASA student ambassador.. This is a huge achievement as it implies that DSU has now 2 NASA ambassadors (Brian Greenly was nominated last year).. Oscar NASA URC.. 22, 2011.. Student and faculty team attend NASA URC Student Leadership Series â "Launching Student Leaders for Success", October 31 â November 2 at the Kennedy Space Center.. Oscar Faculty Publish a Paper.. 18, 2011.. Oscar faculty publish paper on photothermal detection of metallic colloids in the Journal of the Optical Society of America B (see.. ).. Aristides Marcano becomes Senior Member of the Optical Society of America.. Dec.. 9, 2010.. The Optical Society of America's Board of Directors has conferred designation of Dr.. Aristides Marcano as Senior Members of the Society.. N.. Melikechi Attended an International Meeting.. 5, 2010.. Melikechi attended the Algerian â American Foundation for Culture, Education, Science & Technology Meeting in Algiers, Algeria on Dec.. 3-4, 2010.. Nobel Laureate Anthony J.. Leggett Visited the University.. Nov.. Leggett visited Delaware State Unviersity yesterday and delivered two lectures.. Read more.. Optics PhD student wins first place in High-Heel-A-Thon in New York City!.. September 22, 2010.. Ida Bernstein of Baltimore recently began her doctoral studies journey at DSU by entering its Ph.. Program in Optics.. But she had to get through one piece of business first.. She had to compete in the High-Heel-A-Thon 150-yard race in New York City's Central Park on September 22 sponsored by the Regis and Kelly morning talk show.. Read More.. Chandran Sabanayagam presents his space microscope research to SPIE.. August 25, 2010.. Chandran Sabanayagam presented a proceedings paper titled Development of an autofluorescence spectral database for the identification and classification of microbial extremeophiles at the SPIE Instruments and Methods for Astrobiology XIII conference in San Diego, California.. Gour S.. Pati conducted research at the Naval Research Laboratory.. August 1, 2010.. Pati conducted research at Naval Research Laboratory, Optical Sciences Division, Washington, DC during summer 2010.. CAOSS graduate student Alissa Mezzacappa completes summer research at LANL.. Graduate student Alissa Mezzacappa who just completed her first year of graduate studies in Optics at DSU spent 2 months during the summer of 2010 at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL).. While there she worked with Dr.. Roger Wiens on LIBS of geological standards.. A new chamber for the measuring of LIBS spectra of organic and inorganic samples in Lunar, Martian and Earth mimicking environments is currently under development.. Anjan Biswas co-authors a new optics book titled Mathemtical Theory of Dispersion Managed Optical Solitons.. July 1, 2010.. Anjan Biswas, an associate professor of mathematics at Delaware State University has co-authored a new published book entitled Mathematical Theory of Dispersion-Managed Opitical Solitons with Dr.. Daniela Milovic of the University of Nis of Serbia, and Dr.. Matthew Edwards of Alabama A M University.. New Student Chapter of Optical Society of America.. May 14, 2010.. Delaware State University was officially recognized as a new student chapter of Optical Society of American (OSA), the first in the state of Delaware.. DSU Junior Bryan Greenly is going to NASA.. Again.. August 1, 2009.. Bryan Greenly, a Physics major, was offered the opportunity to participate in a semester-long internship at the NASA Langley Research Center, in the Nondestructive Evaluation Sciences Branch..

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  • Title: OSCAR - Optical Science Center for Applied Research - About - Events
    Descriptive info: Events.. Seminar Series.. January 9, 2011.. Boris Ya.. Zeldovich from the College of Optics & Photonics/CREOL at the University of Central Florida, will be the presenter for three seminars over two days (Feb.. 10 at 11 a.. and 3 p.. and Feb.. 11 at 11 a.. ) Please see.. and.. Abstract.. Summer Research Program Announced.. Optical Science Center for Applied Research, Delaware State University, announced the 2011 Summer Intern Research Program.. Please see.. To apply, download and complete the.. Application Form.. Lecture by Dr.. Pamela G.. Conrad.. October 26, 2010.. Pamela Conrad, Research Scientist from NASA Godddard Space Flight Center will present a lecture on;"Catastrohe and Earth's Evolution:  ...   the US Space Shuttle Missions.. October 23, 2010.. DASEF is hosting a Dinosaurs to Space bi-annual family fundraiser day at the Outpost in Smyrna, DE.. Optics Seminar by Dr.. Charles A.. Weatherford.. October 14, 2010.. Weatherford from the Physics Department Center for Astrophysical Science and Technology at Florida A M University will present a seminar on Quantum Control Simulation for Laser Identification of Hazardous Materials.. Two Day Optics Seminar by Dr.. Omar Ziane.. July 27, 2010.. Omar Ziane from the Quantun Electronics Laboratory of the Universiry of Sciences and Technologies Houari Boumdiene will present his research on "Laser and Optical Characterization of Nonlinear Optical Materials and Organic Samples"..

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  • Title: OSCAR - Optical Science Center for Applied Research - About - News
    Descriptive info: Directions.. Address: 1200 North DuPont Highway, Dover, Delaware 19901.. Delaware State University is located in North Dover directly on Route 13 and bordering College Road.. It is across the highway from the Dover Mall and Dover International Speedway/Dover Downs Hotel.. OSCAR is located on the South entrance of the Luna Mishoe Science Center, Room SCS 201.. The Mishoe Science Center is located directly opposite the main library.. From Pennsylvania.. Take I-95 south through Wilmington.. South of Wilmington, take Exit 4A (Route 1) to Dover.. Follow Route 1 all the way to Dover then take Exit 104.. After taking the 104 exit, turn left at the light onto Route 13.. The campus entrance is on your right at the sixth light.. From New Jersey.. After crossing Delaware Memorial Bridge, do not exit I-295 onto Route 13 unless you wish to navigate many, many traffic signals.. Stay on I-295 south until it ends at I-95.. Then the directions are the same as for Pennsylvania where you look for Exit 4A.. From Baltimore and northern Maryland.. Take I-95 north to Exit 4A (Route 1) to Dover.. Then the directions are the same as for Pennsylvania.. From points south.. Take Route 13 or Route 113 north (whichever is more convenient) to Dover.. Stay on Route 13 through Dover till you see the campus directly across the street from Dover Downs Raceway.. If you elect to take  ...   state line in Marydel, the road changes to Route 8.. Follow Route 8 until you get to Dover, then take a left at the second light (by McDonalds and Citizens Bank) onto Kenton Road.. Then take a right at the second light onto College Road (just after the fire station).. Go straight through the next light and you will see the campus on your left shortly after crossing the tracks.. You may use the back entrance (if the gate is open) or you may continue on around College Road to the light on Route 13.. Take a left at the light and the front entrance to the campus is at the second light on the left.. Local Accomodations.. Best Western Galaxy Inn.. 1700 E.. Lebanon Rd.. (302) 735-4700.. Near Dover Air Force Base.. Comfort Inn of Dover.. 222 S.. DuPont Hwy.. (302) 674-3300.. Behind TGI Friday's.. Comfort Suites.. 1654 N.. DuPont Highway.. (302) 736-1204.. Very close to DSU behind Bob Evans Restaurant.. Days Inn.. 272 N.. (302) 674-8002.. Near the Olive Garden Restaurant.. Dover Downs Hotel and Conference Center.. 1131 N.. (866) 473-7378.. Across the street from DSU.. The Fairfield Inn & Suites.. 655 N.. (302) 677-0900.. Awarded DSU's Most Favored Hotel.. Hampton Inn.. 1568 N.. (302) 736-3500.. Very close to DSU in front of Sam's Club.. Holiday Inn Express.. 1780 N.. (302) 678-0600.. Just off the Route 1 exit 104 behind McDonald's..

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  • Title: OSCAR - Optical Science Center for Applied Research - About - Contact Us
    Descriptive info: Hacene Boukari, Graduate Program Director.. (302) 857-6511.. hboukari@desu.. (302) 857-6650..

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    Descriptive info: May.. 6, 2011.. During the Media Event Governor Markell unveiled the final piece to his Three-Part Jobs plan to improve education, while creating jobs in Delaware.. Governor Markell made a 30 million dollar announcement that he hopes will reinvent the future of science and technology for the first state.. He awarded each of the three State Institutions of higher education $10 million as part of his proposed investments in higher education.. The $10 million awarded to Delaware State University was appropriated for the construction of an  ...   will be used to open up a new facility where we can have new research and also current research being done in a modern facility so that we can attract more federal funding to the program".. Melikechi also expressed his appreciation to Governor Jack Markell and the State for this award and thanked NSF and NASA for the previous NSF CREST and NASA URC grants that have helped the Optical Science Center for Applied Research to grow.. For more related news, read.. wmdt.. com/Global/story.. asp?S=14589997.. delawareonline.. com/article/20110507/NEWS02/105070336..

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    Descriptive info: News: Nobel Laureate Anthony J.. Leggett Visited Delaware State Unviersity yesterday.. Anthony James Leggett, born 26 March 1938, Camberwell, London, UK, has been a Professor of Physics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign since 1983.. He is widely recognized as a world leader in the theory of low-temperature physics, and his pioneering work on superfluidity was recognized by the 2003 Nobel Prize in Physics.. During his visit, Dr.. Anthony James Leggett delivered two lectures at  ...   that.. He also met students and faculty members at the department of Physics in small sessions to discuss comtemporary topics in physics.. Here.. is a slide show of the photos that records Dr.. Leggett's activities on campus.. Faculty.. Grad Students.. Undergrad Students.. Alumni.. Staff.. Advisory Committee.. Summer Programs.. Graduate Studies.. Outreach.. Overview.. Applied Spectroscopy.. Optical Solitons.. Data Mining.. Bio Imaging.. Space Navigation.. Space Exploration.. Shared Instruments.. LIBS Database.. Optical Society of America.. IEEE.. SPIE.. Postdoctorate.. Students..

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