Professor David Hall


APS President Robert Byer (left); DSH; Research Corporation Program Director Richard Wiener

Physics.org: Yes, cold-atom condensates are interesting and useful

Writing about physics professor David Hall’s latest research in his blog The Dayside, writer Charles Day referred to it as an “experimental tours de force.”

Physics Department Lands NSF Grant to Buy New Electron-Beam Evaporation System

January 20, 2010
Peter Rooney
Director of Public Affairs

AMHERST, Mass.—The Physics Department at AmherstCollege will be the beneficiary of federal stimulus money, thanks to a $350,000 National Science Foundation grant received by Professors Jonathan Friedman, David Hall and Larry Hunter and UMass physicist Mark Tuominen. 

WFCR-FM: The freezing of atoms, according to Einstein, Bose, and a professor at Amherst College

Physics professor David Hall spoke with the Amherst-area NPR affiliate in this lengthy interview.

Amherst College Physics Professor David Hall Receives National Science Foundation Grant for Research on Vortices in BEC

September 16, 2005 Director of Media Relations 413/542-8417 AMHERST, Mass.—David Hall, assistant professor of physics at Amherst College, has received a grant of $317,500 from the National Science Foundation to support his research, which brings the strange quantum world of Bose-Einstein condensates (BEC), the coldest matter in the universe, to undergraduate researchers.