Joseph N. Tan
- 2003-Present, Staff Physicist, NIST, Gaithersburg, MD
- 1998-2002, Harvard Research Associate, ATRAP Collaboration, Center for European Nuclear Research (CERN), Highlight: Background-free observation of cold antihydrogen production and the first glimpse of its internal states
- 1996-1997, Scientist, Frequency and Time Systems, Datum Corp.
- 1994-1995, Colorado State University Fellow, NIST, Boulder, Highlight: Bragg diffraction from crystallized ion plasmas, Science 279, p.686-689 (1998).
- 1992-1994, JILA Fellow, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Boulder
- 1992, Ph.D. Physics, Harvard University, Thesis Title: "Cooperative Behavior in Cavity-cooled, Parametrically-pumped Electron Oscillators" (a finalist of the first DAMOP Thesis award)
- 1986, M.S. Physics, University of Washington, Seattle
- 1985-1986, University of Washington Arts and Sciences Fellow
- 1984-1985, Instructor I, University of the Philippines, Diliman
- 1983, B.S. Physics, University of the Philippines, Diliman
- trapping, cooling, and spectroscopy of exotic ions
- order in plasmas cooled to low temperature (& driven far from equilibrium)
- precision measurements and tests of QED or the standard model
Created October 09, 2019