hm [at) berkeley.edu
Awarded his first patent at the age of 14, Holger continues his inventive spirit as a physicist applying matter-wave interferometry to fundamental and exotic physics.
xuejianw [at) berkeley.edu
I am a postdoc in Prof. Müller's group and I am currently working on a transportable, multi-axis atom interferometer. I received my PhD from Tsinghua University in January 2015.
osip.schwartz [at) gmail.com
I am working on phase contrast electron microscopy, a project combining laser-controlled matter interference and electron microscopy for imaging of biological macromolecules. In my PhD in the Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel, I worked on quantum imaging and super-resolution optical microscopy.
sarac [at) berkeley.edu
I did my PhD in Jun Ye's group at JILA, where I tore down the world's most accurate clock and hung out in the electronics shop with the guy who puts the "H" in "PDH." I am very excited to be working on the phase contrast electron microscopy project, where such laser locks will improve contrast, opening the door to new biomolecules that were previously too small or too flexible for single particle cryo-EM. Outside of lab, I enjoy climbing, mountaineering, and backcountry skiing, and being new to the area, I'm looking for more partners, so please shoot me an email!
eric.copenhaver [at) berkeley.edu
I am motivated to apply the rich toolkit of Atomic, Molecular, and Optical physics to a breadth of problems in metrology, technology, and fundamental physics. While I love olympic lifting and my wife, my primary life aspiration is to make it big with Holger as the lead singer and guitarist in a band called the Phrygicists.
zhongw [at) berkeley.edu
I received my Bachelor's degree in physics from the University of Science and Technology of China in 2014. I am working on the atomic fountain project. Outside of lab, I am a big fan of Manga and dumplings.
vxu [at) berkeley.edu
After studying physics at UC Santa Barbara, I moved back up to the bay for graduate school at Berkeley. I'm excited about studying gravity, fundamental physics, and generally, searching for new physics with complex, fun, table top experiments. I am especially excited everyday to work with our cavity interferometer experiment! Outside of lab, I try to enjoy all the sunshine I can get before heading back.
jaxelrod [at) berkeley.edu
I received my B.S. in Engineering Physics at UC Berkeley before continuing at Berkeley as a Physics graduate student. I like atomic, molecular, and optical physics because it is broadly applicable to the development of both practical techniques and fundamental science. I work on the phase contrast electron microscopy project. Outside of lab I enjoy aviation, hiking, skiing, photography, and the hallway.
zpagel [at) berkeley.edu
I received my B.S. from Tufts University where I studied engineering science, physics and math. I love being outside whenever possible, listening to music, cooking, and working on really cool experiments. I'm currently helping to build our next-generation atom interferometer to measure the fine-structure constant.
carterturn [at) berkeley.edu
I am an undergraduate student studying physics and applied mathematics. I am enjoying working on the laser phase contrast electron microscopy project. Outside of the lab, I enjoy programming and playing with my cat (who also enjoys lasers).
neelya [at) berkeley.edu
I’m an undergraduate from central Mississippi studying physics and chemistry. I work on designing and implimenting the laser system for the second-generation atomic fountain interferometer to measure the fine-structure constant. Outside of the lab, I spend my time hiking, eating pasta, and playing piano.
eric.planz [at) berkeley.edu
I received my B.S. in physics at the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany, before continuing at Darmstadt as a Master’s degree student. Here at Berkeley, I am working on the next-generation atom interferometer to measure the fine-structure constant. Besides my studies, I enjoy playing piano and playing trumpet in a German marching band.
As postdoc or graduate student
Dr. Richard Parker, Principle Investigator at AOSense, Inc. in Sunnyvale, CA
Dr. Kayleigh Cassella, Postdoc at University of California, Berkeley
Dr. Chenghui Yu, Postdoc at University of California, San Diego
Dr. Philipp Haslinger, Technische Universitat Wien
Dr. Justin Brown, Scientist at Physical Sciences, Inc. in Andover, MA, USA
Dr. Brian Estey, Honeywell
Professor Paul Hamilton, Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy at University of California, Los Angeles
Dr. Michael Hohensee, Staff Scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Professor Geena Kim, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Regis University
Dr. Pei-Chen Kuan, Postdoc at Nanyang Technologival University in Singapore
Professor Shau-Yu Lan, Assistant Professor of Physics and Applied Physics at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore
Francisco Monsalve, Faculty at Berkeley City College
Erin Sohr, Graduate Student at University of Maryland
Dr. Michelle Xu, Distributed Systems Engineer at Intel in Santa Clara, CA, USA
As undergraduate student
Yuanhang Yang, Xi’an Jiaotong University, Xi’an
Yanyan Zhu, University of Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing
Shannon Baucom, Undergraduate at University of California, Berkeley
Philip Canoza, Undergraduate at University of California, Berkeley
Hunter Akins, SULI intern in geophysics at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Loïc Anderegg, Graduate Student at Harvard University
Ryan Bilotta, Graduate Student at Cornell University
Simon Budker, Undergraduate Student at University of Rochester
Lizbeth Cazarez, Training Developer at General Atomics Aeornautical Systems in Poway, CA, USA
Cheong Chan, Graduate Student at Georgia Institute of Technology
Tatyana Gavrilchenko, Graduate Student at University of Pennsylvania
Rachel Houtz, Graduate Student at University of California, Davis
Chen Lai, Masters student at University of California, San Diego
Eli Mizrachi, Research Assistant at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
Biswaroop Mukherjee, Graduate Student at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Randy Putnam, Graduate Student at University of California, Los Angeles
Quinn Simmons, Graduate Student at University of California, Santa Barbara
Daniel Tuthill, Graduate Student at Ohio State University
As visiting researcher/scholar
Joyce Kwan, Graduate student at Harvard University
Sofus Kristensen, Graduate Student at Niels Bohr Institute in Denmark
Jiafeng Cui, Graduate Student at Huazhong University in Wuhan, China
Dr. Yanying Feng, Associate Professor of Precision Instruments at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China
Dr. Markus Krutzik, Group Leader at Humboldt University in Berlin, Germany
Lothar Maisenbacher, Researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics in Munich, Germany
Dr. Dennis Schlippert, Postdoc at University of Hannover in Hannover, Germany
Daniel Tiarks, Researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics in Munich, Germany
Anqi Wang, Graduate Student at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China
Fei Zi, Graduate Student at Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, China