People: Michael Gullans

Graduate Student


I attended UC Berkeley for my undergraduate degree, where I majored in Engineering Physics. While at Berkeley, I worked at the Center for Beam Physics, a division of LBNL, for two years with Prof. J. Wurtele on the theory of intense laser-plasma interactions and free electron lasers. In 2007, I began the Ph.D program in physics at Harvard University. Since then I have been working with Prof. Mikhail Lukin on quantum information science and many-body physics. Especially, on the problem of controlling the mesoscopic nuclear spin environment of electrons confined in quantum dots.

Thu July 4, 2013

MIT researchers build an all-optical transistor

To recognize and encourage outstanding research in Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics by investigators who have held a Ph. D. for 10 years or less. The prize consists of $7,500 and a certificate citing the contributions made by the recipient. An allowance will be provided for travel expenses of the recipient to the Society meeting...
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