Ultracold Strontium,Precision Measurement & Ultrafast Science,Ultracold Molecules
单位：University of Colorado
研究方向：Ultracold Strontium,Precision Measurement & Ultrafast Science,Ultracold Molecules
I received my undergraduate degree in applied physics at Jiao Tong University in Shanghai, my M. S. in physics at the University of New Mexico; and my Ph.D. from the University of Colorado. I'm a Fellow of JILA and the National Institute of Standards and Technology. I'm also an adjoint professor in the physics department at the University of Colorado and a guest professor at Jiao Tong and East China Normal Universities, both of which are in Shanghai. My team and I currently are investigating ultracold strontium atoms, cold molecules, and the science behind ultrafast lasers.
"Precision measurement and quantum metrology—Probing ultracold matter with novel light source ---
Our group explores the frontier of light-matter interactions, where novel atomic and molecular matters are prepared in
the quantum regime and light fields including both continuous wave and ulrashort pulses are exquisitely controlled. The experimental effort builds on and further advances precision measurement, ultracold atoms and molecules, quantum metrology, and ultrafast science and quantum control. We develop new technologies in the areas of high precision laser spectroscopy, atomic and molecular cooling and trapping, optical frequency metrology, quantum control, and ultrafast lasers; and apply these new technologies for research in fundamental physics.
We investigate ultracold strontium atoms confined in optical lattices for high-accuracy atomic clocks and quantum information science. Precise control of optical frequency combs are applied for sensitive molecular detections, high resolution quantum control, and extreme nonlinear optics to explore new frontiers in spectroscopy. Ultracold molecules are being explored for fundamental physics tests, studies of novel control of chemical reactions, and new quantum dynamics in ultracold matter. "