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Paul Lett PAUL LETT
Ph.D. University of Rochester (1986)
301-975-6559
paul.lett@nist.gov
Ultracold collisions using laser cooling techniques.
Zachary Levine ZACHARY H. LEVINE
Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania (1983)
301-975-5453
zachary.levine@nist.gov
Theory of optical spectra, solid-state quantum optics, and optical interactions in structured media.

Jabez McClelland JABEZ J. McCLELLAND
Ph.D. University of Texas, Austin (1984)
301-975-3721
jabez.mcclelland@nist.gov
Atom optics, with emphasis on application to nanostructure fabrication.
Alan Migdall ALAN L. MIGDALL
Ph.D. MIT (1984)
301-975-2331
alan.migdall@nist.gov
Tests of fundamental physics using absolute metrology.

Peter Mohr PETER J. MOHR
Ph.D. University of CA Berkeley (1973)
301-975-3217
mohr@nist.gov
Electromagnetic interactions to bound systems.
Jeffrey Nico JEFFREY NICO
Ph.D. University of Michigan (1991)
301-975-4663
jeffrey.nico@nist.gov
Fundamental physics using neutrons and the field of neutron detection and dosimetry. Measure neutron lifetime, time-reversal violating D coefficient, and radiative neutron decay. Neutrino physics and SAGE solar neutrino experiment.


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