Current & Former Group Members
Address for current members:
Department of Physics
104 Davey Laboratory
Penn State University
University Park, PA 16802
Fax for Department of Physics: 814 865 3604
Office Phone: 814 863 5343
E-mail: kgibble[ AT ] psu [ DOT ] edu
Physics Fax: 814 865 3604
E-mail: prp122[ AT ] psu [ DOT ] edu
Laboratory Phone: 814 865 4297
E-mail: lmt49 [ AT ] psu [ DOT ] edu
Former Group members:
Joined BAE Systems.
Joined University of Alabama, Huntsville as an Assistant Professor, and now Associate Professor
Senior Research Scientist in the Physics Department at Yale University.
Chad built the Rb clock and showed that it has a very small clock shift.
He went to a post-doc at NIST with Bill Phillips and Steve Rolston, and then joined the faculty at University of Georgia,
Now at Honeywell.
Post-doc at Universität Innsbruck with Rudi Grimm and Hanns-Christoph Nägerl and at Rice University with Randy Hulet
Became Research Fellow at The University of Sydney and then joined CSIRO
Ron did the Cs juggling experiment.
He did a post-doc with Jeff Kimble’s group at CalTech on quantum computation and then to MIT Lincoln Laboratory.
Joined Bayser Consulting
Joined the faculty at Carleton College.
Joined Linos Photonics in Germany.
Servaas was a theory graduate student with Boudewijn Verhaar at Eindhoven Technological University in the Netherlands.
After finishing his Ph.D. in Eindhoven in 2000, he was a pdoc at JILA and Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris.
Now, he is an Associate Professor at Eindhoven. Servaas visited us for 3 months at the beginning of 1998. We had a great time! Not only can he do difficult calculations, but he’s also a budding experimentalist. The picture shows Servaas in the Lab wrapping a large magnet coil. No doubt because of the large number of turns, this became known as the “‘king coil.”
Now, Professor of Physics & Vice-Director
State Key Laboratory of Precision Spectroscopy
East China Normal University
Visiting Masters student from Ecole Polytechnique, Paris.
Visiting Student from Ecole Normale Superiure, Paris