Dr. Hollenbeck earned her BS in Physics at the University of California at Davis, her MS in Physics and PhD in Electrical Engineering at the University of Texas at Dallas. Dr. Hollenbeck's PhD research was in the area of computational nonlinear optics with an emphasis on stimulated Raman scattering in fiber optic communication systems. She has been at RIT since 2004.
Dr. Hollenbeck expertise is in the area of computational nonlinear optics and electrodynamics, numerical methods, and computer technology.
"Model for evaluating patterned charge regulation contribution to electrostatic interactions between low dielectric spheres" by Dawn Hollenbeck, K. Michael Martini, Andreas Langner, Anthony Harkin, David Ross, and George M. Thurston, Physical Review E, 82, 031402 (2010) (also appears in Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology, 22, 12) (K. Michael Martini was a student)
"Parallelizable, bidirectional methods for simulating optical-signal propagation" by C. D. Cantrell and Dawn Hollenbeck, Journal of Lightwave Technology, 27, 2140-2149 (2009)
"Multiple-vibrational-mode model for fiberoptic Raman gain spectrum and response function", by Dawn Hollenbeck and C.D. Cantrell, Journal of the Optical Society of America B, 19, 2886 â 2892 (2002)