Juan D. Serna
Associate Professor


Last update: October 2014
Juan D. Serna

I am an associate professor of physics in the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences at the University of Arkansas-Monticello. I completed my PhD. in 2005 under the direction of Julio Gea-Banacloche at the University of Arkansas. My research interests are in Quantum Optics, Mathematical and Computational Physics. Currently, I am focusing my attention on some problems of ergodic theory, quantum- classical analogies, and stochastic coherence. I advise students for the Minor in Physics and the Pre-Engineering program at UAM.

In my free time (if I have any...) I enjoy playing the violin, programming computers and playing RPG video games.


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