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Reactivity and chaos in collisions of Atoms and Molecules

Collisions and reactions between atoms and molecules are fundamental to many parts of physics and chemistry. They control, for example, the rate … more

Quantum Many-Body Physics, Quantum Optics, and Quantum Information

The main long-term goals of our theoretical research group are to understand and control large interacting quantum systems, as well as to design … more

Designing the Nanoworld: Nanostructures, Nanodevices, and Nanooptics

Nano and atomic scale theory of the electronic, optical and mechanical properties of ultrasmall structures, such as semiconductor quantum dots and … more

Micro- and nano-optomechanical systems

Light can interact with mechanical systems in interesting and useful ways, not only probing the mechanical motion with spectacular sensitivity, … more

Frequency Conversion Interfaces for Photonic Quantum Systems

Optical frequency conversion, in which the color of light is changed, is a process that has numerous applications in physics and technology. For … more

Measuring Light-Matter Interactions in Chip-Based Optical Cavities

Measuring interactions between light and matter has both fundamental and practical importance. For example, lasers have had a profound influence … more

Software
Noncollinear phase matching in uniaxial and biaxial crystals

Although significant work has been done to characterize collinear phase matching and to present many of its applications, noncollinear phase … more

FPGA-based multicoincidence recipe and software

This project allows investigators to build their own data acquisition instruments to collect and statistically process data in real time, then … more

Old Version of FPGA

NOTE: THIS PAGE REFERS TO THE ORIGINAL VERSION OF THIS PROJECT. THE NEWEST VERSION, DATED JANUARY 2015, CAN BE FOUND HERE.   This first (and … more

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