A Serbian citizen, Marko Cetina was born in Belgrade, Serbia where he attended Mathematical High School.
He came to the US in 1999. on a student exchange program, graduating from Eastlake High School in Chula Vista, CA.
After earning Bachelor of Science degree with honor in Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics from California Institute of Technology, in 2004 Marko started the Ph.D. program in physics at MIT
Marko is currently working in prof. Vladan Vuletic’s group on ultracold ion-atom collisions and quantum memories using trapped atomic ions.
- J. Ramette, J. Sinclair, Z. Vendeiro, A. Rudelis, M. Cetina, V. Vuletic, Any-to-any Connected Cavity-Mediated Architecture for Quantum Computing with Trapped Ions or Rydberg Array. PRX Quantum, 3(010344), 2022.
- R. Schmidt, M. Knap, J. You, M. Cetina, E. Demler, and D. A. Ivanov. Universal many-body response of heavy impurities coupled to a Fermi sea. Rep. Prog. Phys., 81(024401), January 2018.
- M. Shi, Y. Ge, M. Cetina, and I. Chuang. Microfabricated surface ion trap on a high-finesse optical mirror. Opt. Lett., 36:3045-3047, 2011.
- M. Cetina, F. Orucevic, and V. Vuletic. Observation of cold collisions between Trapped Ions and Trapped Atoms. Phys. Rev. Lett., 102:223201, 2009.
- M. Cetina, A. Grier, I. Chuang, V. Vuletic, and J. Campbell. Bright Source of Cold Ions for Surface-Electrode Traps.. Phys. Rev. A, 76:41401, 2007.
- M. Cetina, J. Simon, V. Vuletic, Y.J. Lin, and I. Teper. Influence of grating parameters on the linewidths of external-cavity diode lasers. Appl. Opt., 45:9191-9197, 2006.