Knock when I am in my office or email me to set up a specific time to meet. Formal office hours for individual classes are listed in the syllabus for that class.
Michael Ware joined the BYU Department of Physics and Astronomy in 2004. His research specialty is optics, including both ultra-high-intensity laser physics and quantum optics. He enjoys working with students in both the classroom and the laboratory. Prior to coming to BYU, he worked at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in the Quantum Optics metrology group where he helped develop standards for calibrating single-photon detectors for use in quantum cryptography systems. Michael received his PhD from BYU in 2001. He is the father of six children.
- From Logan, UT; LDS Mission: Johannesburg, South Africa (1993-1995).
- B.S. Physics, Brigham Young University, Cum Laude and University Honors (April 1999)
- Ph.D. Physics, Brigham Young University (December 2001)
- Post Doctoral Research, Correlated Photon Radiometry group at NIST (January 2002-August 2004)
- Assistant Professor, BYU Department of Physics and Astronomy (August 2004-2010)
- Associate Professor, BYU Department of Physics and Astronomy (August 2010-Present)
- Optical pulse propagation: energy exchange and superluminal/subluminal behaviors
- Single-photon source and detector characterization
- High intensity laser interactions: harmonics and single electron radiation
Specialty: Quantum Optics
Research Website: http://qoptics.byu.edu