J. G. Naeini, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Physics

Office: 245 Anderson Center Modular Unit

Lab: C-008 Anderson Center

Winston-Salem, NC 27110

Phone: 336-750-2224

E-mail: naeinijg@wssu.edu

 

 

Education

Ph. D. Condensed Matter Physics, Simon Fraser University, BC, Canada (Feb2000)

M. Sc. Condensed Matter Physics, Simon Fraser University, BC, Canada (Feb1995)

Professional Experience

Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, WSSU, Winston-Salem, NC, USA (Aug2006-Present)

Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, UNC, Charlotte, NC, USA (Aug2002-Jul2006)

Research Scientist, Resonance Photonics Inc., Markham, ON, Canada (Jan2001-Jul2002)

Instructor of Laser Physics Lab., University of Toronto, ON, Canada (Aug2000-May2001)

Postdoctoral Fellow, Ontario Cancer Institute, ON, Canada (Apr2000-Dec2000)

Postdoctoral Fellow, Robarts Research Institute, ON, Canada (Jun1999-Mar2000)

Postdoctoral Fellow, Lawson Research Institute, ON, Canada (Jun1999-Mar2000)

Research/Teaching Assistant, Simon Fraser University, BC, Canada (Jan1994-May1999)

Research Interests

BioPhotonics & Biomedical Optics

Non-linear Optics & Integrated Optics

Devices for Optical Fiber Communications

Optical Properties of Materials (Raman & Near IR) 

 

Courses

Physics for Scientist & Engineers I, Laboratory, PHYS2101L (Fall2002)

Optics Seminars, OPTI8110/6110 (Spring2003)

Physics for Scientist & Engineers I, PHYS2101-003 (Spring2003)

Optics Seminars, OPTI8110/6110 (Fall2003)

Physics for Scientist & Engineers I, PHYS2101-003 (Spring2004)

Introductory Physics I, PHYS1101-002 (Fall2004)

Optics Seminars, OPTI8110/6110 (Fall2004)

Introductory Physics I, PHYS1101-092 (Spring2005)

Optics Seminars, OPTI8110/6110 (Spring2005)

Introductory Physics I, PHYS1101-002 (Fall2005)

Optics Seminars, OPTI8110/6110 (Fall2005)

Introductory Physics I, PHYS1101-A03 (Spring2006)

Optics Seminars, OPTI8110/6110 (Spring2006)

General Physics I, Laboratory, PHYS2121 (Fall 2006)

General Physics II, Laboratory, PHYS2122 (Spring2007)

Principles of Physics I, PHYS3331 (Fall 2007)

Principles of Physics I, Laboratory, PHYS3131 (Fall 2007)

Principles of Physics II, PHYS3332 (Spring2008)

Principles of Physics II, Laboratory, PHYS3132 (Spring2008)

General Physics II, PHYS2322 (Spring2009)

General Physics I, PHYS2321 (Fall 2009)

 

Trainings & Workshops

Specialty Optical Fibers, Photonics Technology Access Program, MA, USA (25Feb2003)

Fiber Bragg Gratings, Photonics Research Ontario, ON, Canada (01Mar, 05Apr2001)

Project Management, Resonance Photonics Inc., Markham, ON, Canada (14-16Feb2001)

IR Microscopy & Imaging Spectroscopy, National Research Council, Canada (25Jun2000)

In-vivo Optical Imaging, National Institute of Health, Bethesda, MD, USA (16-17Sep1999)

Selected Publications

J. G. Naeini and K. Ahmad, Raman fiber lasers with two parallel couplers, Journal of Optical Engineering 44, 064203 (2005)

J. G. Naeini, K. Ahmad, Y. Cao, M. Y. A. Raja, S. Qazi, Raman Amplification in Fiber Optic Networks using Multi-wavelength pumps, in Proceeding of SPIE, Photonics North2004, Vol. 5579, 493-498 (2004)

D. Brown, P. Picot, J. G. Naeini, R. Springett, D. Deply, and T.-Y.Lee, Quantitative NIRS measurement of cerebral hemodynamics, Pediatric Research 51, 564 (2002)

T. Y. Lee, F. Gora, C. Elwell, M. Smith, R. Springett, J. G. Naeini, J. Goldstone, D. T. Delpy, New Method for Calculation of Cerebral Blood Flow in Near Infra-Red Spectroscopy, Proceedings of the Inter-Institute Workshop on In-vivo Optical Imaging at the NIH, Optical Society of America, 81, (Washington, DC 2000)

J. G. Naeini, K. C. Hewitt, J. C. Irwin, T. Sasagawa, Y Togawa, K. Kishio, Temperature Induced Normal State Redistribution of B1g Spectral Weight in Underdoped La2-xSrxCuO4, Physica C 341, 907 (Amsterdam 2000)

J. G. Naeini, J. C. Irwin, T. Sasagawa, Y. Togawa, K. Kishio, The Pseudogap in La2-xSrxCuO4: A Raman Viewpoint, Canadian Journal of Physics, 78, 483 (NRC Press, 2000)

J. C. Irwin, J. G. Naeini, X. K. Chen, Pseudogap in High-Temperature Superconductors, in Studies of High-Temperature Superconductors, Vol 27, Edited by S. A. Narlikar (Nova Science Publisher, NY, 1999)

J. G. Naeini, X. K. Chen, J. C. Irwin, M. Okuya, T. Kimura, K. Kishio, Doping Dependence of the Pseudogap in La2-xSrxCuO4, Phys. Rev. B 59, 9642 (1999)

X. K. Chen, J. G. Naeini, J. C. Irwin, R. Liang, W. N. Hardy, Manifestation of a Pseudogap in the Raman Spectra of Underdoped YBa2Cu3O6.5, Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids 59, 1968 (1998)

J. G. Naeini, X. K. Chen, K. C. Hewitt, J. C. Irwin, T. P. Devereaux, M. Okuya, T. Kimura, K. Kishio, Evidence for Magnetic Pseudoscaling in Overdoped La2-xSrxCuO4, Phys. Rev. B 57, R11077 (1998)

X. K. Chen, J. G. Naeini, K. C. Hewitt, J. C. Irwin, R. Liang, W. N. Hardy, Electronic Raman Scattering in Underdoped YBa2Cu3O6.5, Phys. Rev. B 56, R513 (1997)

K. C. Hewitt, T. P. Devereaux, X. K. Chen, X. Z. Wang, J. G. Naeini, A. E. Curzon, J. C. Irwin, A. Martin, Superconducting Gap Anisotropy vs Doping Level in High-Tc Cuprates, Phys. Rev. Lett. 78, 4891 (1997)

J. G. Naeini, B. M. Way, J. R. Dahn, J. C. Irwin, Raman Scattering from Boron-substituted Carbon Films, Phys. Rev. B 54, 144 (1996)

Selected Presentations

P. Shoghi, J. G. Naeini, Gain-flattened Raman Amplification in Optical Communication Fibers, the 6th Annual Meeting of the Fitzpatrick Center for Photonics, Duke University (Durham, NC, SEP2006)

J. G. Naeini, K. Ahmad, Y. Cao, M. Y. A. Raja, S. Qazi, Raman Amplification in Fiber Optic Networks using Multi-wavelength pumps, Photonics North2004 (Ottawa, ON, Canada, SEP2004)

J. G. Naeini, J. Lit, K. Ahmad, M. Y. Raja, Development of Ring Raman Resonators in GeO2 doped Optical Fibers, Optics in the South East, Optical Society of America Meeting (Orlando, FL, NOV2003).

Y. Cao, J. G. Naeini, K. Ahmad, M. Y. Raja, Gain-flattened Distributed Raman Amplification using Multi-wavelength Fiber Laser Pumping, Optics in the South East, Optical Society of America Meeting (Orlando, FL, NOV2003).

K. Ahmad, J. G. Naeini, Y. Raja, Development of Ring Raman Fiber Laser using Multiple WDM Couplers, 3rd Annual Symposium of the Fitzpatrick Center for Photonics & Communication Systems, (Durham, NC, May2003)

J. G. Naeini, J. Lit, P. Rivett, Raman Lasers/Amplifiers in Doped Optical Fibers, 1st Meeting of the Center for Optoelectronics and Optical Communications, UNCC (Charlotte, NC, Nov2002)

J. G. Naeini, L. Lilge, M. Campbell, Development of High Resolution Confocal Scanning Laser Ophthalmoscope, OPTO Northeast and Imaging, SPIE (Rochester, NY, Apr2001)

J. G. Naeini, X. K. Chen, J. C. Irwin, M. Okuya, T. Kimura, T. Sasagawa,Y. Togawa, K. Kishio, Doping Dependence of the Pseudogap in La2-xSrxCuO4, The American Physical Society Meeting (Atlanta, GA, Mar1999)

J. G. Naeini, X. K. Chen, J. C. Irwin, M. Okuya, T. Kimura, K. Kishio, K. Myrtle, A. Curzon, B. Heinrich, Investigation of the Superconducting and Normal States and Characterization of

La2-xSrxCuO4, The 3rd Annual Meeting of Pacific Center for Advanced Materials and Microstructures (Innovations Centre, National Research Council of Canada,Vancouver, BC, Dec1998)

J. G. Naeini, X. K. Chen, J. C. Irwin, M. Okuya, T. Kimura, K. Kishio, Raman Scattering Investigations of Underdoped La2-xSrxCuO4, The American Physical Society Meeting (Los Angles, CA, Mar1998)

J. G. Naeini, X. K. Chen, J. C. Irwin, T. P. Devereaux, M. Okuya, T. Kimura, K. Kishio, Evidence for Magnetic Pseudoscaling in Overdoped La2-xSrxCuO4, The American Physical Society Meeting (Kansas City, MO, Mar1997)

J. G. Naeini, X. K. Chen, J. C. Irwin, T. Kimura, K. Kishio, Raman Scattering Investigations of Overdoped La2-xSrxCuO4, The Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Jun1996)

J. G. Naeini, B. M. Way, J. R. Dahn, J. C. Irwin, Raman Scattering from Boron-substituted Carbon Films, The American Physical Society Meeting (San Jose, CA, Mar1995)

 

Memberships

Optical Society of America

The American Physical Society

SPIE, The International Society for Optical Engineering

 

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