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Dr. Lu Deng is a physicist in the Quantum Measurement Division of the Physical Measurement Laboratory, NIST. Before joining the Quantum Measurement Division Dr. Deng worked in the Electron and Optical Physics Division (1999-2011) and before that in Dr. W.D. Phillips’ Laser Cooling and Trapping Group in Atomic Physics Division as a guest researcher (1997-1999, supported by NSF); in Oak Ridge National Laboratory as a guest researcher (1991-1997 supported by DOE-ORAU fellowships); in Georgia Southern University as a faculty (1990-1996); and in ONR-Vanderbilt University Free Electron Program as a consultant (1997-1999, supported by ONR-Vanderbilt nonlinear frequency generation subprogram. He has co-authored 80 papers since 1995 in the fields of nonlinear optics, quantum optics and cold atom physics.
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Quantum Measurement Division
Quantum Optics Group
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