Seth D. Cohen

Mr. Seth D. Cohen is a fifth-year Ph.D. candidate in the Physics Department at Duke University in North Carolina. He received his B.S. and B.A. in Physics and Mathematics, respectively, in 2007 at the University of Rochester in New York and his M.A. in Physics at Duke in 2009. He currently works under the advisement of Dr. Daniel Gauthier in the Quantum Electronics Laboratory at Duke, where he investigates time-delayed feedback in electronic oscillators in order to realize inexpensive and high-speed chaotic elements. Mr. Cohen's work focuses on connecting the sensitivity of complex dynamical systems to high-resolution measurements. His general interests are in the development of simple, robust systems for real-time radar or imaging that can be deployed in military or commercial applications.