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Arif Muhammad MUHAMMAD ARIF
Ph.D. Univ of Missouri-Columbia (1986)
301-975-6303
muhammad.arif@nist.gov
Neutron and x-ray interferometry, neutron imaging, and fundamental neutron physics. Study of quantum postulates, quantum information processing with neutron interferometry, neutron structure, and fundamental constants.
Joshua Bienfang JOSHUA C. BIENFANG
Ph.D. Univ of New Mexico (2001)
301-975-2105
joshua.bienfang@nist.gov
Single-photon technologies for quantum communications and quantum measurement, high-speed non-cryogenic single-photon detectors and high-speed sources of entangled photons.

Robert Celotta ROBERT J. CELOTTA
Ph.D. New York University (1969)
301-975-8001
robert.celotta@nist.gov
Nanostructure Science: Low-temperature scanning tunneling microscopy, autonomous atom assembly, and nanomagnetics.
Charles Clark CHARLES W. CLARK
Ph.D. University of Chicago (1979)
301-975-3709
charles.clark@nist.gov
Atomic physics theory, Bose-Einstein condensation, medical imaging, quantum key distribution.


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