Mathematical Physics
Professor Inomata
Activities in mathematical physics include studies of monopoles, anyons, supersymmetry, quantum algebra and topological effects. Path integral techniques in quantum mechanics and statistical physics are also investigated in collaboration with a theory group at the University of ErlangenNurnberg, Germany.

RESEARCH HIGHLIGHT
Using data from the ATLAS detector at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, SUNY physicists (Julian Bouffard, Jesse Ernst, Adam Fischer, Vivek Jain) and Stefan Guindon, obtain new results on Supersymmetry.
>> More Highlights 
STUDENT SUCCESS
Sajid Bashir and Sajjad Tahir both gave presentations at the upstate NY chapter of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine on November 15. Sajid spoke on "Phase Imaging with Focused Polycapillary Optics," and Sajjad on "Fourier Transform Image Processing Techniques for GridBased Phase Contrast Imaging".
>> More Successes