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Scott Holmstrom, PhD

Scott Holmstrom, PhD
Associate Vice President for Research, Health, and Safety
Professor of Physics
College of Engineering & Natural Sciences
Physics and Engineering Physics
918-631-3031 Collins Hall Room 1165

Education

PhD – Australian National University MS – Oklahoma State University BS – Southwest Missouri State University

Bio

Research Interests

Experimental, Theoretical, and Computational Optics
Optical Interference
Collective Excitations and Evanescent-field Spectroscopy in Microstructures
Functionalized Optical Waveguides and Resonators

Teaching Interests

Philosophy of Physics
College Physics
Mathematical Physics
Classical Electromagnetic Theory
Musical Acoustics
Nuclear Physics
Classical Optics
Quantum Optics
Photonics

Publications

  • Holmstrom, Scott et al. “Trace Gas Raman Spectroscopy Using Functionalized Waveguides.” Optica 3 (2016): 891–896. Print.

  • Stievater, Todd et al. “Chemical Sensors Fabricated by a Photonic Integrated Circuit Foundry.” Proc. SPIE, Frontiers in Biological Detection: From Nanosensors to Systems X. Vol. 10510. 2018. 105100I. Print.

  • Stievater, Todd et al. “Nanophotonic Waveguides for Chip-Scale Raman Spectroscopy: Theoretical Considerations.” Proc. SPIE, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives Sensing XVII. Vol. 9824. 2016. 982404. Print.

  • Stievater, Todd et al. “Suspended Photonic Waveguide Devices.” Appl. Opt. 54 (2015): F164–F173. Print.

  • Stievater, Todd et al. “Trace Gas Absorption Spectroscopy Using Functionalized Microring Resonators.” Opt. Lett. 39 (2014): 969–972. Print.

  • Stievater, Todd et al. “Near-Infrared Waveguide-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy of Trace Gases.” Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics. Optical Society of America, 2017. SM4D.5. Print.

Courses Taught

  • Research and Dissertation
  • History and Philosophy of Science

Professional Affiliations

  • National Council of University Research Administrators
  • Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers
  • The Optical Society