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Cliff Chan

Kam Wai Clifford Chan

Assistant Professor

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
E-mail: cliffchan@ou.edu


Cliff Chan

Education:

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)


Professional Experiences:

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)

Recent News

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.