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Dr. Fry's research interests lie in atomic physics and light scattering: foundations of quantum mechanics and quantum optics, laser excitation and ionization of atoms, surface scattering of hydrogen atoms, multichannel scattered light polarization analysis.
Edward S. Fry and John Mason. “Integrating Cavities and Ring-Down Spectroscopy.” In Klaus Sattler, editor, 21st Century Nanoscience - A Handbook: Advanced Analytic Methods and Instrumentation (Volume 3). CRC Press, 2020.
Navid Rajil, et al. “A fiber optic--nanophotonic approach to the detection of antibodies and viral particles of COVID-19.” Nanophotonics, 10(1), 235--246, Sep 2020.
Tao Peng, et al. “Enhancing sensitivity of lateral flow assay with application to SARS-CoV-2.” Applied Physics Letters, 117(12), 120601, Sep 2020.
T. Z. Moore, V. V. Yakovlev, J. D. Mason, E. S. Fry, D. T. Nodurft, Vincent Tedford, and K. A. Favela. “Integrating Cavity Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy of Trace Gases and Bulk Compounds.” In Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics. OSA, 2019.
Edward S. Fry. “History leading to Bell's inequality and experiments.” In Sabine Wölk E.M. Rasel, W.P. Schleich, editor, Foundations of quantum theory. SOCIETÃ ITALIANA DI FISICA, 2019.