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Eric Norrgard (Fed)

Dr. Norrgard is an atomic, molecular, and optical physicist. He has been at NIST since 2017. His research primarily focuses on using atoms and molecules to create advanced thermodynamic sensors, and on precision measurements which test fundamental symmetries and physical theories.

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Publications

Quantum Blackbody Thermometry

Author(s)
Eric B. Norrgard, Stephen Eckel, Christopher L. Holloway, Eric L. Shirley
Blackbody radiation (BBR) sources are calculable radiation sources that are frequently used in radiometry, temperature dissemination, and remote sensing

Blackbody Radiation Noise Broadening of Quantum Systems

Author(s)
Eric B. Norrgard, Stephen Eckel, Christopher L. Holloway, Eric L. Shirley
Precision measurements of quantum systems often seek to probe or must account for the interaction with blackbody radiation. Over the past several decades, much

A 3D-printed alkali metal dispenser

Author(s)
Eric B. Norrgard, Daniel S. Barker, James A. Fedchak, Nikolai N. Klimov, Julia K. Scherschligt, Stephen P. Eckel
We demonstrate and characterize a source of Li atoms made from direct metal laser sintered Ti. The source's outgassing rate is measured to be $5 \,(2)\cdot 10^{
Created December 10, 2018, Updated June 15, 2021