The evolution of the Frequency Standards and Metrology symposium and its physics
David J. Wineland
In this paper I recall some of the earlier developments in the physics and measurement of atomic frequency standards and clocks, as revealed in presentations at past Frequency Standards and Metrology (FSM) symposia in this series. Coverage is not meant to be comprehensive; unfortunately, I can select only a relatively small number of representative examples of work that I felt stimulated many of the major areas of interest since the first meeting in 1971.
Proceedings of the 8th Symposium on Frequency Standards and Metrology