e-mail: Etan_Bourkoff@baruch.cuny.edu, Office: Room 707, 17 Lexington Ave. Phone: (646) 660-6232
Selected as 1985 Presidential Young Investigator by the National Science Foundation
Listed in numerous biographical references, such as Who's Who in Science and Engineering, Who's Who in the West, Who's Who in Technology Today, Biography International, Personalities of the West and Midwest, American Men and Women of Science, Who's Who in Finance and Industry, and others.Other Professional Activities:
for the National Science Foundation and IEEE
Selected Recent Publications:"Absorber versus trap model in solitary semiconductor lasers," (with X. Y. Liu), Journal of Applied Physics, 67, pp. 2168-2170 (1990). "Generation of Dark Solitons Under CW Background using Waveguide EO Modulators," (with W. Zhao), Optics Letters, 15, pp. 405-407 (1990). (with W. Zhao) "Distributed Fiber Sensing using Nonlinearly-induced Polarization Coupling," Optics Letters, 17, pp. 856-858 (1992). (with W. Zhao) "Generation, Propagation, and Amplification of Dark Optical Solitons", Journal of Optical Society of America B, 9, pp. 1134-1144 (1992). (with W. Zhao) "Nonlinear Polarization Coupling and its Application to High Resolution Distributed Fiber Sensing," IEEE J. Quantum Electron. 29, pp. 2198-2210 (1993). (with E. M. Alford) "Building Community through Teamwork and Technology: Innovations in Freshman Engineering Courses," 15th Annual Freshman Year Experience Conference, University of South Carolina, February 18-20 (1996). (with D. B. Meade) Engineering Applications for the First Two Years, 1997 ASEE Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (June, 1997). (with D. B. Meade) Maple V for Engineers, Engineer’s Toolkit Series, Addison-Wesley, ISBN 0-8053-36445-5, 154 pages (1998).