Laser Spectroscopy and Plasma Lab (LSPL)

Professor Wang's Research Group

Department of Physics and Astronomy, Mississippi State University

August 17, 2017

Welcome Rongrong Wu to our research group! 

 

September 19, 2016,

Congratulations!  Wei got a competitive job offer from Lam Research Corporation. 

 

September 10, 2016,

Congratulations!  Wei got a competitive job offer from Micron Technology Inc. 

 

August 1, 2016,

Dr. Wang is awarded a three-year grant from the US Department of Defense, Army Research Office for single aerosol particle studies using optical trapping- Raman spectroscopy (9/1/2016-8/31/2019, $338,512).

 

July 5, 2016,

Dr. Wang (Co-PI) and Dr. Dibble (PI at SUNY-ESF) are awarded a three-year National Science Foundation grant for study of atmospheric mercury. (7/1/2016-6/30/2019, $510,500).

 

April 11, 2016,

Wei Wu successfully defended his PhD research. Congratulations to Dr. Wei Wu!

Dr. Wang received a grant from the US Department of Energy for "Fiber Loop Ringdown Sensors for Remote Monitoring of Post Tension Rod" (1/1/2016-9/30/2016, $95,000).

Lab News (Old)

  • Nov. 30, 2011, Nimisha Srivastava got a job in Intel, Portland, Oregon. Good luck!

 

  • Nov. 1, 2011, Susan Scherrer got a job in Southern Ionics Inc. Gook luck!

 

  • Oct. 26, 2011, Congratulations on Nimisha Srivastava's successful PhD defense!

 

  • Oct. 21, 2011, Congratulations on Susan Scherrer's successful PhD defense!

 

  • Welcome Haifa Alali and Zhennan Wang joining in Wang Research Group!

 

  • October, 1st, 2011, Dr. Wang receives The IEEE Sensors Council Best Paper Award for the winning paper: A study on breath acetone in diabetic patients using a cavity ringdown breath analyzer: Exploring correlations of breath acetone with blood glucose and glycohemoglobin A1C, IEEE Sensors Journal, 10, 54 – 63, (2010).

 

  • September, 2011, Dr. Wang has been named the Dean's Eminent Scholar.

 

  • April, 2011, Dr. Wang has been awarded 2011 MSU Faculty Research Award.

 

  • April, 2011, Dr. Wang is receiving a DOE grant for fiber loop ringdown sensor research:

 

  • Department of Energy Savannah River National Lab and Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, Monitoring of ISD using fiber optic sensors, Grant # AC84132N, $ 75,000, 06/15/2011-12/31/2011, Chuji Wang, sole PI.
  • Dr. Wang is receiving a new NSF grant for plasma and combustion research:

National Science Foundation, Quantitative survey of combustion intermediates towards understanding of plasma-assisted combustion mechanism, Grant # CBET-1066486, $ 318,016, 05/1/2011-4/30/2014, Chuji Wang, sole PI.

Our research in news

Noninvasive Breath Analysis:

 

Fiber Optical Sensors:

 Plasma-CRDS