Kam Wai Clifford Chan
Telecommunications Engineering Program
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
The University of Oklahoma - Tulsa
4502 E. 41st Street, Room 4409, Tulsa, OK 74135-2512
Phone: (918) 660-3240
Fax: (918) 660-3238
Ph.D. in Physics, University of Rochester (2005)
M.Phil. in Physics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (1999)
B.Sc. in Physics (First Class Honors), The Chinese University of Hong Kong (1997)
Assistant Professor, TCOM program, University of Oklahoma - Tulsa (2013 - present)
Research Scientist, Rochester Optical (2009 - 2012)
Post-doctoral Research Associate, Institute of Optics, University of Rochester (2005 - 2009)
I have open PhD and postdoc research positions in quantum imaging and quantum communication. Those who are interested can email me for detail.
2/28/2017: The paper Quantum multi-parameter estimation with generalized balanced multi-mode NOON-like states is accepted by Physical Review A. Congratulations to Lu.
11/3/2016: The paper High-Order ghost imaging using non-Rayleigh speckle sources is accepted by Optics Express. Congratulations to Kyrus.
9/27/2016: Lu and Cliff will present at FiO/LS 2016 in Rochester, NY, on (i) Quantum Multiple Phase Estimation Using Balanced Multi-mode Entangled States, (ii) Optimal Measure for the Polarization Estimation of Light with Arbitrary Photon Statistics, and (iii) Image Quality of Compressive Imaging with Quantum Light.
9/8/2016: Dr. Xu Chen joins the group as a post-doc. Welcome!
8/3/2016: Cliff will present an invited talk at PIERS 2016, Shanghai, China, on Optimal Quantum Measure for Polarization of Light with Indefinite Number of Photons.
5/3/2016: Kyrus Kuplicki received the first prize at the 2016 OU-Tulsa Research Forum - Engineering and Applied Research. Congratulations!
4/12/2016: FY16 IEEE Tulsa Section Student Research Poster Competition - Graduate division; Lu Zhang, first prize; Zahra Hemmat, second prize. Congratulations to both of you.
3/10/2016: The paper Universal Optimal Estimation of the Polarization of Light with Arbitrary Photon Statistics is accepted by Physical Review A. Congratulations to Lu.