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Akira Inomata Professor of Physics Ph.D. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Office: Physics 114 Telephone: (518) 4424534 Email: inomata@albany.edu 

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My current research topics include path integrals in quantum mechanics, quantum deformation, supersymmetric quantum mechanics, generalized coherent states, spinor fields in general relativity, and cosmological models. 

Recent Publications:  
1) M. Sadiq and A. Inomata, “Coherent states for polynomial su(2) algebra” Jour. Phys. A: Math. Theor., 40 (2007) 1110511111. 2) A. Inomata, “Path integration in the field of dispiration” in Path Integrals: New Trends and Perspectives, eds. W. Janke and A. Perster (World Scientific, London, 2008) pp. 4856. 3) M. Sadiq, A. Inomata and G. Junker, “Coherent states for a polynomial su(1,1) algebra and a conditionally solvable system” Jour. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 42 (2009) 36522103652227. Book: A. Inomata, H. Kuratsuji and C.C. Gerry, Path Integrals ans Coherent States for su(2) and su(1,1), (World Scientific, Singapore, 1992). 
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RESEARCH HIGHLIGHT
Prof. Kevin H. Knuth and former Ph.D. student Newshaw Bahreyni published a new article on a foundational theory of emergent spacetime titled "A Potential Foundation for Emergent SpaceTime". Full text available here.
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STUDENT SUCCESS
In March 2015 graduate student Yuri Chervonyi received an award for the best student talk at the Great Lakes Strings Conference. Yuri's talk was based on this paper.
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