Applied Physics

Applied Physics - Noel Valero Photography

Lasers are important as diagnostic tools and in instruments whose use spans a spectrum from materials fabrication to medical applications. The underlying physics is applied to diverse areas such as advanced propulsion systems, X-ray generation, and understanding the properties of complex materials and fluids. This area includes laser technology and applications; X-ray lasers; flow field and combustion diagnostics; multiphoton processes and nonlinear optics; high-energy lasers; atomic and molecular spectroscopy; molecular dynamics; plasmadynamics; high field phenomena; controlled laser-driven molecular and acoustic processes; picosecond and subpicosecond sources; high-energy incoherent source development; advanced spacecraft propulsion; space plasma physics; active space experiments; electric discharge and radiation studies.

Craig Arnold
Susan Dod Brown Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
cbarnold@princeton.edu
(609) 258-0250
D404C Engineering Quadrangle/Bowen Hall Rm 320
Emily A. Carter - headshot
Gerhard R. Andlinger Professor in Energy and the Environment
Emeritus, and Professor in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Applied and Computational Mathematics
Senior Scholar in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
eac@ucla.edu
Edgar Choueiri
Professor
choueiri@princeton.edu
(609) 258-5220
D432 Engineering Quadrangle
Alexander Glaser
Associate Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and International Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School
Director of Graduate Studies
aglaser@princeton.edu
(609) 258-5692
J207 Engineering Quadrangle
Egemen Kolemen
Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment
ekolemen@princeton.edu
609-258-9209
D302D Engineering Quadrangle
Julia M. Mikhailova
Assistant Professor
jm41@princeton.edu
(609) 258 7154
D420 Engineering Quadrangle
Richard Miles
Robert Porter Patterson Professor Emeritus
Senior Scholar
miles@princeton.edu
(609) 258-5131
D412 Engineering Quad
Szymon Suckewer
Professor Emeritus
Senior Scholar
suckewer@princeton.edu
(609) 258-4738
D426 Engineering Quadrangle