Christopher Stanton, PhD

1981 Hertz Fellow
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Christopher J. Stanton is a professor at the University of Florida.

Christopher’s rsearch interests include: The theory of ultrafast optical, electrical and transport properties of bulk and quantum confined semiconductors; coherent and incoherent carrier kinetics in semiconductors; coherent optical and acoustic phonons in bulk seminconductors and superlattices; nonlinear Faraday effect in dilute magnetic semiconductors; wavepacket dynamics and THz radiation from ultrafast excitation; coherent control and optical pulse-shaping.

Graduate Studies

Cornell University
Non-Equilibrium Current Fluctuations in Semiconductors: A Boltzmann-Green Function Approach

Undergraduate Studies

University of Florida


1992, Sloan Research Fellow, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation; 2003, Fellow, American Physical Society