People: Hsin-I Lu

Research Assistant


I am currently a graduate student in John Doyle’s group at Harvard. I received a master’s degree in Physics at National Taiwan University.
My research is using buffer gas cooling and magnetic trapping to study collision properties of atomic Nitrogen and NH with helium.

  1. H. Lu. Magnetic Trapping of Molecules via Optical Loading and Magnetic Slowing. Physical Review Letters, Accepted for Publication, 2014.
  2. H. Lu. Buffer Gas Cooling and Intense, Cold, Slow Molecular Beams. Chemical Reviews Special Issue on Ultracold Molecules, 112:4803, 2012.
  3. H. Lu, J. Piskorski, and J. Doyle. Cold and Slow Molecular Beam. submitted PCCP 2011.
  4. W. Campbell, T. Tscherbul, H. Lu, E. Tsikata, J. Doyle, and R.V. Krems. Mechanism of Collisional Spin Relaxation in S Molecules. Phys. Rev. Lett., 102:013003, 2009.
  5. M. Hummon, W. Campbell, H. Lu, J. Doyle, and Y. Wang. Magnetic trapping of atomic nitrogen and cotrapping of NH. Phys. Rev. Lett., 78:050702, 2008.
  6. W. Campbell, E. Tsikata, H. Lu, J. Doyle, and L. D. van Buuren. Magnetic Trapping and Zeeman Relaxation of NH (X-triplet-Sigma). Phys. Rev. Lett., 98:213001, 2007.