Our paper with collaborators at GTRI, Spatially uniform single-qubit gate operations with near-field microwaves and compensating pulses is now published in New Journal of Physics.
Trivia: First ion trap paper with both KR Brown's as authors.
Grahame Vittorini successfully defended his thesis Stability of Ion Chains in a Cryogenic
Surface-Electrode Ion Trap on Aug. 15. Congratulations to Grahame!
Muyuan Li, an undergraduate at Haverford College, worked in the lab this summer as part of the NSF Center for Chemical Innovation on Quantum Information for Quantum Chemistry. He studied composite pulses with his mentor Chingiz Kabytayev.
Picture: Afsaneh, Jared, Mauricio, James, Ken, Michael, and Muyuan wait for pizza.
High school intern Samuel Musser finishes his summer internship with our lab as part of the Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology Junior Fellowship Experience.
Karl Burkhardt received a President's Undergraduate Research Award for Fall 2013 to continue his experiments with molecular ions. Congratulations to Karl!
Catherine Wen, an undergraduate at Haverford College, worked in the lab this summer as part of the NSF Center for Chemical Innovation on Quantum Information for Quantum Chemistry. She recently left to study abroad at the University of Melbourne .
Picture: Brian, Catherine, and Afsaneh prepare for cake and ice cream.
Ncamiso "JB" Khanyile will present his work towards measuring CaH+ overtones at the International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy this Thursday in session RB. Radicals and Ions .
(Photo Credit: Martin St-Amant - Wikipedia - CC-BY-SA-3.0)
Members of the Brown lab presented at DAMOP 2013 in Quebec City.
James Goeders successfully defended his thesis Resolved Sideband Spectroscopy for the Detection of Weak Optical Transtions on May 29. Congratulations to James!