Curriculum Vitae

RESEARCH FIELDS:

  • Ultrafast nonlinear optics
  • Computational physics/optics
  • Ultrafast laser-induced damage
  • Propagation modeling and simulation
  • Ultrashort laser-material interaction

EDUCATION:

  • Ph.D. in Physics, The University of Georgia (2009)
    • Dissertation:  Simulation of ultrashort laser pulse propagation and plasma generation in nonlinear media
  • B.S. in Physics, Furman University (2003)

HONORS AND AWARDS:

  • People's Choice Award, John C. Salerno Memorial Symposium (2018)
  • Best Oral Paper Presentation, SPIE Laser Damage Symposium (2010)
  • Bill Cummings Award for Outstanding Graduate Student and Teaching Assistant (2008)
  • UGA Graduate School Doctoral Completion Assistantship Award (2008-2009)
  • James L. Carmon Honorarium, University of Georgia (2005)

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:

  • Employer:   Kennesaw State University
    Position:     Associate Professor of Physics (Aug 2016 - Present)
  • Employer:   Kennesaw State University
    Position:     Assistant Professor of Physics (Aug 2010 - July 2016)
  • Employer:   Georgia Gwinnett College
    Position:     Assistant Professor of Physics (Spring 2010)
  • Employer:   Georgia Gwinnett College
    Position:     Adjunct Professor of Physics (Fall 2009)
  • Employer:   The University of Georgia
    Position:     Postdoc and Instructor (Summer/Fall 2009)
  • Employer:   The University of Georgia
    Position:     Teaching Assistant and Graduate Student Researcher(2003-2009)

VISITING POSITIONS:

  • Summer Faculty Fellow, Air Force Research Laboratory, (2019)
  • Summer Faculty Fellow, Air Force Research Laboratory, (2015 - 2017)
  • Visiting Faculty, GIAN, NIT Goa, India (Nov. 2016)
  • Visiting Scientist, Technical University of Kaiserslautern (April - June 2012)

REFEREED PUBLICATIONS:

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS:

RESEARCH GRANTS:

  • Air Force Office of Scientific Research, PI, Grant No. FA9550-13-1-0069, “Multi-chromatic ultrashort pulse filamentation and bulk modification in dielectrics,” February 2013 - January 2016, $360,000.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS AT CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS:

  • Jeremy R. Gulley [Presenter], "Self-consistent modeling of photoionization and nonlinear optics in dielectrics,” International High Power Laser Ablation and Directed Energy Symposia, Santa Fe, April (2016)
  • "Self-consistent modeling of photoionization for nonlinear ultrashort pulse propagation in solids,” Jeremy R. Gulley [Presenter] and Thomas E. Lanier, 2015 Progress in Electromagnetics Symposium, Prague, Czech Republic, July (2015)

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS AT CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS:

  • “Ultrashort Pulsed Light Interactions with Nanowire Arrays,” Jeremy R. Gulley [Presenter], John C. Salerno Memorial Symposium, (Sept. 2018)
  • "Strong-Coupling Model for Pulsed Light Propagation and Quantum Kinetics of Electron-Hole Plasmas in Quantum Wire Arrays", Jeremy R. Gulley[Presenter] and Danhong Huang, Frontiers in Optics / Laser Science, OSA Technical Digest (Optical Society of America, 2018), JW4A.73 (Sept. 2018)
  • “Strong-coupling model for pulsed light propagation and quantum kinetics of driven electron-hole plasma in quantum wires,” Danhong Huang [Presenter] and Jeremy R. Gulley, March Meeting of the American Physical Society, P18.00011 (March 2018)
  • "Self-consistent modeling of photoionization and the Kerr effect in bulk solids,” Jeremy R. Gulley[Presenter] and Thomas E. Lanier, SPIE Laser-Induced Damage in Optical Materials: 2015, Boulder CO, Sept. (2015)
  • "Calculation of nonlinear optical damage from space-time-tailored pulses in dielectrics," Thomas E. Lanier [Presenter] and Jeremy R. Gulley, SPIE Laser-Induced Damage in Optical Materials: 1015, Boulder CO, Sept. (2015)
  • "Annular space-time focusing in fused silica", Thomas E. Lanier [Presenter] and Jeremy R. Gulley, Frontiers in Optics / Laser Science, OSA Technical Digest (Optical Society of America, 2015), FTu5E.6 (2015)
  • "Plasma generation by ultrashort multi-chromatic pulses during nonlinear propagation," Jeremy R. Gulley [Presenter], Jiexi Liao, and Thomas E. Lanier, SPIE Photonics West, Frontiers in Ultrafast Optics: Biomedical, Scientific, and Medical Applications XIV, San Francisco, CA, Feb. (2014)
  • "Modeling free-carrier absorption and avalanching by ultrashort laser pulses," Jeremy R. Gulley,SPIE Laser-Induced Damage in Optical Materials: 2011, Boulder CO, Sept. (2011)
  • "Frequency dependence in the initiation of laser-induced damage," Jeremy R. Gulley, SPIE Laser-Induced Damage in Optical Materials: 2010, Boulder CO, Sept. (2010)
  • "Modeling plasma induced dispersion in a nonlinear Schrödinger equation," Jeremy R. Gulley [Presenter] and William M. Dennis, APS March Meeting, New Orleans, LA (2008)
  • "Simulation and analysis of ultrafast laser pulse induced plasma generation in dielectric materials," Jeremy R. Gulley [Presenter], Sebastian W. Winkler, and William M. Dennis, SPIE Defense and Security Symposium, Orlando World Center, April (2007)
  • "Real-time measurements on electron plasma response in dielectrics under influence of ultrafast laser radiation," S. W. Winkler [Presenter], J. R. Gulley, I. M. Burakov, R. Stoian, N. M. Bulgakova, A. Husakou, A. Mermillod-Blondin, A. Rosenfeld, D. Ashkenasi, I. N. Hertel, and W. M. Dennis, Optics in the Southeast, Charlotte, NC, September (2006)
  • "Simulation of ultrashort laser pulse propagation with high-order dispersion, Raman scattering, and shock formation," Jeremy R. Gulley [Presenter], Erik Zeek, and William M. Dennis, UGA Engineering Conference, University of Georgia, October (2005)
  • "Simulation of high intensity laser pulse propagation through optical systems," Jeremy R. Gulley [Presenter], Erik Zeek, and William M. Dennis, UGA Engineering Conference, University of Georgia, October (2004)

INVITED COLLOQUIA AND SEMINARS:

  • “Lasers in Science and Technology” Jeremy R. Gulley, Keynote Presentation at the Georgia Academic Decathlon, Kennesaw State University, August (2018)
  • “Ultrashort laser propagation and nonlinear response in dielectrics,” Jeremy R. Gulley, Seminar for the Physics Graduate students of Georgia State University, April (2017)
  • “The Power of Light,” Jeremy R. Gulley, College of Science and Mathematics Seminar Series, Kennesaw State University, April (2017)
  • "Femtosecond pulse propagation and ionization in dielectrics," Jeremy R. Gulley, Department of Physics Colloquium, Kennesaw State University, April (2015)
  • "Ultrashort pulse propagation and ionization in dielectrics," Jeremy R. Gulley, Seminar, University of Texas, Austin, May (2014)
  • "Ultrashort laser pulse propagation and ionization in solids," Jeremy R. Gulley, Department of Physics and Astronomy Colloquium, University of Georgia, September (2013)
  • "Ultrashort pulse propagation and multi-chromatic ionization in dielectrics," Jeremy R. Gulley, Seminar for Centre de Physique Theorique, Ecole Polytechnique (France), June (2012)
  • "Nonlinear ultrashort pulse propagation and multi-chromatic ionization in bulk dielectrics," Jeremy R. Gulley, Optimas Seminar, Technische Universität Kaiserslautern (Germany), April (2012) 

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:

  • American Physical Society
  • Optical Society of America
  • S.P.I.E

 

JOURNAL REFEREE:
 
     •   Physical Review Letters
     •   Physical Review A
     •   Physical Review B
     •   Physical Review E
     •   Optical Engineering
     •   Optics Express
     •   Physica A
     •   Chinese Optics Letters
     •   Journal of the Optical Society of America B
     •   GA Journal of Science
 
TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
 
My teaching experience includes teaching the lecture and lab components of the following courses:

     •   GIAN Computational Nonlinear Optics (Graduate Course held at NIT Goa, India)
     •   PHYS 5400   (Electromagnetism for Masters students)
     •   PHYS 4400   (Directed Studies; computational optics, applied electromagnetics)
     •   PHYS 3220  (Advanced electromagnetism)
     •   PHYS 3110  (Directed methods)
     •   PHYS 2211   (calculus-based mechanics)
     •   PHYS 2211L (calculus-based mechanics lab)
     •   PHYS 2212   (calculus-based electromagnetism and optics)
     •   PHYS 2212L (calculus-based electromagnetism and optics lab)
     •   PHYS 1111   (algebra-based mechanics)
     •   PHYS 1111L (algebra-based mechanics lab)
     •   PHYS 1112  (algebra-based electromagnetism and optics)
     •   PHYS 1112L (algebra-based electromagnetism and optics lab)
 
I have taught these courses both in traditional lecture/lab settings as well as in the Studio Physics format.

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