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Angelos Lazoudis
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Education
Ph.D., Physics
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
Dissertation: “Electromagnetically Induced Transparency in Diatomic Molecules
and Spectroscopic Applications”
M.A., Physics Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
B.S., Physics Aristotle’s University, Thessaloniki, Greece

Experience
September 2000 – May 2005
Research Assistant: Temple University Physics Department, Prof. A.M Lyyra
Conducted research in Molecular Laser Spectroscopy/Quantum Optics. Studied
quantum coherence effects in molecules and excited states of alkali metal
molecules using high resolution narrow band continuous wave (CW) ring
dye and Titanium-Sapphire lasers, Argon-Ion lasers, PMT’s, double grating
spectrometer, Lock-in amplifiers and other electronic equipment.
September 2003-May 2004
Adjunct Instructor: Temple University Physics Department
Taught recitations in Physics for Engineers.
June 2003-July2003
Teaching Assistant: Temple University Physics Department
Taught undergraduate laboratory sessions in General Physics.
January 2003- May 2003
Adjunct Instructor: Temple University Physics Department
Taught recitations in Introduction to Physics.
July 2002 –August 2002
Teaching Assistant: Temple University Physics Department
Taught undergraduate laboratories in Modern Physics.
January 2002 – May 2002
Adjunct Instructor: Temple University Physics Department
Taught recitations in Electromagnetism.
July 2001 –August 2001
Teaching Assistant: Temple University Physics Department
Taught undergraduate laboratory sessions in General Physics.
January 1998- August 2000
Teaching Assistant: Temple University Physics Department
Taught undergraduate laboratories in Mechanics, Thermodynamics,
Electromagnetism and Optics.
August 1998 –April 1999
Research: Temple University Hospital, Diagnostic Imaging Department
Set up experiment and conduct research in functional Magnetic Resonance
Imaging (fMRI) using GE Signa scanner (1.5 Tesla). Performed statistical
analysis of data applying techniques such as power spectra analysis,
autocorrelation and cross-correlation.
May 1997 - July 1997
Laboratory Assistant: Temple University Physics Department
Designed and built experiments for use in lab. Tested equipment and prepared
laboratories for the experiments.
Interests
! Physics, Mathematics, Medical Physics, Biophysics, Chemical Physics ! Setting up experiments with precise laboratory equipment for Laser Spectroscopy, Fluorescence and Absorption measurements. ! Applying Spectroscopy to Medical Physics. ! Analyzing scientific information by developing analytical and numerical models. ! Working in academic style environment as part of multidisciplinary teams.

Awards and Membership in Professional Associations
Award for Outstanding Research by a Graduate Student, Temple University, May 2005
Award for Outstanding Teaching by a Graduate Student, Temple University, May 2004
Member of American Physical Society (APS)
Member of Optical Society of America (OSA)
Publications
! L. Li, P. Qi, A. Lazoudis, E. Ahmed, A. M. Lyyra, “Observation of Electromagnetically Induced Transparency in Two-Photon Transition of K2”, Chem. Phys. Lett. 403, 262 (2005). ! Y. Liu, L. Li, G. Lazarov, A. Lazoudis, A.M. Lyyra, “Hyperfine structures of g , 33! g and 43! g states of Na2”, J. Chem. Phys. 121, 5821 (2004). ! L. Li, A. Lazoudis, P. Yi, Y. Liu, J. Huennekens, R.W. Field, and A.M. Lyyra, g, 23#g, and 33$g states of 6Li7Li”, J. Chem. ! J. Qi, F.C. Spano, T. Kirova, A. Lazoudis, J. Magnes, L. Li, L.M. Narducci, R.W. Field, and A.M. Lyyra, “Measurement of Transition Dipole Moments in Lithium Dimers Using Electromagnetically Induced Transparency”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 88, 3003 (2002). ! S.K. Lemieux, A. Lazoudis, M. Sobel, O. Boyko, M. Munz, G. Glover, “Spatial and Temporal Correlations in the Noise Amplitude during Functional MRI”, Neuroimage 9 (No 6): S75, 1999. Conference abstracts
! A. Lazoudis, P. Qi, E. Ahmed, A. M. Lyyra, “Investigation of Electromagnetically Induced Transparency in Open V, Lambda and Cascade Doppler Broadened Molecular Systems”. Poster Session, APS Division of Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics Annual Meeting, Lincoln, Nebraska, May 17-19, 2005. ! E. Ahmed, A. Lazoudis, A. M. Lyyra, “The Effect of Doppler Broadening on Electromagnetically Induced Transparency and Autler-Townes Splitting in Molecular Excitation Scheme”. APS Division of Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics Annual Meeting, Lincoln, Nebraska, May 17-19, 2005. ! P. Qi, A. Hannson, T. Kirova, L. Li, A. Lazoudis, S. Magnier, A. M. Lyyra, J. Qi, g to A1! u of Na2 Transition Dipole Moment by Autler-Townes Splitting: Comparison of three and four level excitation schemes”. Poster Session, APS Division of Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics Annual Meeting, Lincoln, Nebraska, May 17-19, 2005. ! A. Lazoudis, T. Kirova, P. Qi, E. Ahmed, J. Magnes, F. C. Spano, L. M. Narducci, L. Li, A. M. Lyyra, “Electromagnetically Induced Transparency in Open Molecular Systems by Lambda, Vee and Cascade Excitation Schemes”. Poster Session GRC, Quantum Control of Light and Matter, Mount Holyoke College, MA, August 3-8, 2003. ! A. Lazoudis, F. C. Spano, T. Kirova, J. Magnes, L. Li, L. M. Narducci, R.W. Field, A. M. Lyyra, “Measurement of Transition Dipole Moments in Molecular Lithium Using Electromagnetically Induced Transparency”. APS Division of Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics Annual Meeting, Williamsburg, VA, May 26-June 1, 2002. ! J. Magnes, A. Lazoudis, T. Kirova, A.M. Lyyra, F.C. Spano, “Electromagnetically Induced Transparency in a Molecular System”. Optical Society of America Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA, Oct. 14-18, 2001.
Invited talks
! “Quantum coherence effects in diatomic molecules”, University of Lyon, France, ! “Electromagnetically Induced Transparency and Dark Resonance in Lithium Dimers”, Institute of Electronic Structure and Lasers (IESL), Heraklion, Greece, July 2001. ! “Using Electromagnetically Induced Transparency as a Tool for Measuring Transition Dipole Moments”, Delaware State University, Applied Optics Center, May 2001. ! “Autler-Townes Splitting and Electromagnetically Induced Transparency in Molecular Systems”, University of Connecticut, April 2001.

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