Archives of the research into Hafnium isomer triggering and other activities described on the internet site for
The Center for Quantum Electronics
prior to the site upgrade in Feb. 2007.
|The University of Texas at Dallas||
Founded in 1975, the Center for Quantum Electronics at UTD served as one of the premier institutions for laser- related research and teaching in the Southwest.
Many discoveries were made here that have led to the publication of over 200 scholarly articles and to the award of 36 PhD Degrees to the Graduates Students of this Center.
Research in the Center for Quantum Electronics focused upon three areas:
Critical Issues remaining.
Confidence for Hafnium isomer triggering in our research by faculty and students is better than "odds" of google:1 in our favor.
More information about the Center for Quantum Electronics is available on the following topics:
For more information, contact the Director, Prof. C. B. Collins via: C.B. CollinsLast updated when archived: Jan. 23, 2007