Kevin C. Cox

Kevin successfully defended his PhD thesis in November 2016 titled "Quantum-Enhanced Measurements with Atoms in Cavities". While at CU, Kevin created conditionally squeezed states using the cycling transition in rubidium 87, in addition to studying applications of superradiant lasers for sensing external fields. Outside of lab, Kevin liked to spend time exploring Colorado with his wife Caitie. Kevin won a prestigious Army Research Lab ENIAC Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellowship to work with Paul Kunz at the Army Research Lab.  He is currently a Quantum Scientist at the Army Research Lab and Fellow of the Quantum Technology Center at the University of Maryland.

Kevin Cox photo.
Affiliation After Leaving Group
Army Research Labs
Current Affiliation
Army Research Labs and Quantum Technology Center at the University of Maryland