Peter (Bryan) Changala
I am a member of the strontium experiment researching quantum many-body physics and precision measurements utilizing ultra low phase noise lasers. I was previously an undergraduate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison researching neutral atom quantum computing.
John M. Robinson
I am a member of the strontium research group where we work on advancing the strontium atomic clock for frequency metrology and many-body physics. I received my physics undergraduate education at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
I work on the electron EDM project with Dr. Ye and Dr. Cornell. I earned my Masters and undergraduate degrees at UBC in Engineering Physics.
I am a graduate student working on the KRb ultracold molecule experiment. I was previously an undergraduate student at Harvard University, where I studied ultracold molecular chemistry with Professor Kang-Kuen Ni.
I am a graduate student working on the YO project in the Ye group. We are developing a 3D MOT for ultracold molecules study. I got my bachelor's degree from Tsinghua University.
I work in Ye lab's OH experiment. Our goal is to produce untracold dipolar molecules or even a BEC by evaporation. I got my bachelor's and master's degrees from Harbin Institute of Technology in China. I like playing badminton, soccer and Chinese Chess.