Professional Information in Brief
Ph.D., Harvard University, 2008
A. M., Harvard University, 2003
B. S., Case Western Reserve University, 2001
Teaching and Research Interests
I enjoy nearly all the Physics curriculum, but especially the parts where seemingly distinct topics are shown to be intricately related: space meets time, symmetry meets conservation law. In the lab, I use low-energy atomic-physics techniques for precision measurements and detailed control of quantum systems.
Students sharing these interests or looking to discuss their own should feel free to stop by any time.
- D. Hanneke, et al., Realization of a programmable two-qubit quantum processor, Nature Physics 6, 13–16 (2010)
- J. D. Jost, et al., Entangled Mechanical Oscillators, Nature 459, 683–685 (2009)
- D. Hanneke, et al., New Measurement of the Electron Magnetic Moment and the Fine Structure Constant, Physical Review Letters 100, 120801 (2008) (pdf)