The Joint Quantum Institute (JQI) was founded in 2006 as a joint institute between the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Department of Physics, University of Maryland at College Park, MD. Its overall goal is to pursue the science of coherent quantum phenomena. I was one of the original Fellows of the JQI from the NIST Physics Laboratory and now am an Emeritus Fellow.
Complete publication list of articles I have co-authored in science journals.
The following are JQI and other news items related to work I have done:
- Our paper on propensity rules in cold atom 3-body recombination is a highlighted Editors’ Suggestion in Physical Review Letters (2022).
- Three-body interactions, not so universal after all (2019)
- JQI link to NIST news on interacting quantum matter (2018)
- Interactive quantum matter with atoms in optical lattice cells, article in Nature (2018)
- Quo vadis now, cold molecules? (2018)
- Chilled atoms enable deeper understanding of simple chemistry (2017)
- Atom pairs in optical lattices plus JILA article on the same (2016)
- Optical Society of America William F. Meggers Award (2015)
- 70th birthday/retirement celebration and scientific program (2014)
- New theory of universal three-body encounters (2014)
- Chaos in the cold (2014)
- Microkelvin molecular chemistry is a reality (2012).
- Borrmorean rings and universal three-body states (2011)
- Cold collisions tamed: quantum reflections (2010)
- Seeing the “quantum” in chemistry (2009)
- 2009 MURI grant (2009)
- New standard of accuracy for strontium clocks (2009)
- Scientists create first dense gas of ultracold polar molecules (2008)
- Americal Physical Society Davisson-Germer Prize (2004)