Who Are We?

Moorad Alexanian

Moorad Alexanian (Click for full C.V.)

Ph.D. Indiana University 1964

Theoretical Physics

General Interests

Throughout my scientific career I have followed the rule of learning and contributing at the same time. The Lord has blessed me with ideas that I have been able to carry out. Besides my teaching and research, I enjoy studies that integrate all sorts of knowledge, in particular, my Christian Faith and science. I am also a C-SPAN junkie and have written many letters to editors in both local and national newspapers regarding the political scene, the Armenian Genocide, and the evolution/creation debate.


Current Research

In the past few years I have collaborated with colleagues from the University of Central Florida in the area of quantum optics. There are many optical phenomena that can be studied by two or three level atomic models. We have development a theory for two-photon processes with the aid of a unitary transformation that reduces the dynamics of a three-level atom to that of a two-level atom. We have studied two-photon micromasers, trapped states, creation of a single Fock state (number state), selective population transfer of atoms and, most recently, two-photon absorption, two-photon emission, and disentanglement.

More personal information about me is available at Meet the Professor

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Photo: Moorad and his wife, Mary in New York City (left). Daughters Sona (left), and Mariam and son Aram. Mary and Moorad in Puerto Rico (right)

Selected Publications

Alexanian, M. 2019. Integral representation of the cosmic microwave background spectrum, Physical Review D , 99, 063014

Alexanian, M. 2018. Non-classicality criteria: Glauber–Sudarshan P function and Mandel QM parameter. Journal of Modern Optics, 65, 16-22.

Alexanian, M. 2014. Classical non-Markovian Boltzmann equation. Journal of Mathematical Physics 55, 083301.

Alexanian, M. 2011. Dynamical generation of maximally entangled states in two identical cavities. Physical Review A 84, 052302.

Alexanian, M. 2010. Scattering of two coherent photons inside a one-dimensional coupled-resonator waveguide. Physical Review A 81, 015805.

Alexanian, M., Bose, S. 2007. Voigt spectral profiles in two-photon resonance fluorescence. Physical Review A 76, 055401.

Alexanian, M., Bose, S. 2006. Two-photon resonance fluorescence. Physical Review A 74, 063418.

Alexanian, M. 2006. Respect for the "human rights of nations." Physics Today (Letter). 59:11-11.

Alexanian, M. 2006. Set Theoretic Analysis of the Whole of Reality. Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith (Letter). 58:254-255.

Alexanian, M. 2006. Gaussian cloning of coherent states with known phases. Physical Review A 73, 045801.

Alexanian, M. 2004. Cavity broadcasting via Raman scattering. arXiv: quant-ph/0409105.

Bose, S.K. and M. Alexanian. 2004. Two-Photon interactions in Cavity QED in "Symmetries in Science XI" Bruno J. Gruber, Giuseppe Marmo and Naotaka Yoshinaga (eds.) Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2004

Alexanian, M. 2003. Cavity coherent-state cloning via Raman scattering. Physical Review A 67, 033809.

Alexanian, M. 2002. Physical and Nonphysical Aspects of Nature. Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith (Letter). 54:287-288.

Alexanian, M. 2002. Seven More Views on Intelligent Design. Physics Today (Letter). 55:10-11.

Alexanian, M. 2002. Humans and Consciousness. Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith (Letter). 54:65-65.

Alexanian, M., Bose, S. 2002. "Macroscopic" quantum superpositions:Atom-field entangled and steady states by two-photon processes. Physical Review A 65, 033819.

Alexanian, M., Bose, S. 2001. Generation of photonic superposition states by two-photon absorption. Journal Of Luminescence. 94-95:283-287.

Alexanian, M. 2001. The Last Word on Science, Religion and Creationists.May APS News.

Alexanian, M. 2001. APS News Readers Respond to "Creationism Versus Physical Science." January APS News.

Alexanian, M. 2000. Teaching, Propaganda, and the Middle Ground. Physics Today (Letter). 53:80-80.

Alexanian, M., Bose, S. 2000. Comment on "Generation of Phase States by Two-Photon Absorption." Physical Review Letters. 85:1136-1136.

Alexanian, M. 1999. Readers question "What is Science?" October APS News.

Alexanian, M., Bose, S. 1999. Two-photon absorption in strong fields. Journal Of Luminescence. 83-84:167-169.

Alexanian, M., Bose, S.K., Chow, L. 1998. Trapping and Fock state generation in a two-photon micromaser. Journal of Modern Optics. 45:2519-2531.

Alexanian, M., Bose, S., Chow L. 1998. Trapping and photon number states in a two-photon micromaser. Journal Of Luminescence. 76-7:677-680.

Alexanian, M., Bose, S.K. 1998. Population transfer in a three-level atom. Journal Of Luminescence. 76-7:674-676.

Alexanian, M. 1997. The Mbone's connected to the school zone. Physics Today. 50:15-15.

Alexanian, M., Bose, S.K. 1995. Optical Stark Effects in the dynamics of a Raman coupled model. Journal Of Luminescence. V 66-7:48-50.

Alexanian, M., Bose, S.K. 1995. Unitary transformation and the dynamics of a 3-level atom interacting with 2 quantized field modes. Physical Review A. 52:2218-2224.

Alexanian, M., Bose, S. 1994. Dynamics of 2-level systems in glasses. Physical Review B-Condensed Matter. 50:15628-15631.

Alexanian, M. 1993. A nonlocal relativistic Quantum-Field Theory of extended objects. Nuovo Cimento Della Societa Italiana Di Fisica A-Nuclei Particles And Fields. 106:1049-1058.

Alexanian, M. 1992. One-dimensional dynamics for a discontinuous map. Physica A. 181:53-68.

Alexanian, M. Karim, O.A. 1991. Autocorrelation functions and the consistency of memory moments. Chemical Physics Letters. 179:41-47.

Alexanian, M. 1990. Enumerating alpha-calculators. Physics Today. 43:15.

Alexanian, M., Sanders, F.C. 1990. Equation of state for hard disks and spheres - the Kirkwood transition. Physica A. 164:424-439.