Daniel Gallardo

M.S. Physics candidate
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Phone: (415) 338 - 3865 (Lab)
DJGallardoSF@gmail.com

Teaching:

PHYS 122

Education:

M.S. Physics Candidate

2010 - Present San Francisco State University, San Francisco

B.S. in Exercise and Sport Science

2002-2006 University of San Francisco, California

Research Interest:

Nonlinear Optics/Optical Trapping and Manipulation.

Work Experience:

2010 - present San Francisco State University, Quantum Optics Laboratory, Student Researcher

2010 - present San Francisco State University, Department of Physics, Graduate Teaching Assistant

Selected Publications, Talks, and Abstracts:

1. J. Yang, D. Gallardo, A. Miller, and Z. Chen. "Elimination of transverse instability in stripe solitons by one-dimensional lattices", Opt. Lett. , 37, 1571-1573 (2012). [Download PDF]

2. D. Song, V. Paltoglou, S. Liu, Y. Zhu, D. Gallardo, L. Tang, J. Xu, M. Ablowitz, N. K. Efremidis, and Z. Chen. "Unveiling pseudospin and angular momentum in photonic graphene", Nature Communications , 6, Article number: 6272 (2015) doi:10.1038/ncomms7272.

Awards and Memberships:

1. President, Optical Society of America SFSU Student Chapter (2012-2013).

2. Vice President, Optical Society of America SFSU Student Chapter (2011-2012).

3. Optical Society of America Student Member (Since 2010).

4. American Physical Society Member (Since 2010).

Full CV:

Curriculum Vitae