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  • Affiliated Programs | JILA-PFC
    large enrollment science courses as a mechanism for recruiting and preparing talented science majors for careers in teaching to engage science faculty in the recruitment and preparation of future teachers to improve the quality of science education for all undergraduates and to transform departmental cultures to value research based teaching for ourselves and for our students Office for University Outreach CU Outreach Cooperative is the central location for information on

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  • Contact | JILA-PFC
    Partners University Educators Affiliated Programs Contact JILA PFC Search form Search Advanced Contact Katie Hinko Ph D Director of Educational Community Partnerships JILA Physics Frontier Center 440 UCB University of Colorado Boulder CO 80309 303 492 7815 kathleen hinko colorado edu Research Associate Physics Education Research Department of Physics 390 UCB University of Colorado Boulder CO 80309 2016 JILA University of Colorado NIST 440 UCB Boulder CO 80309 Webmaster LOGIN

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  • Steve Cundiff Named IEEE Fellow | JILA-PFC
    Cundiff was named an IEEE Fellow on January 1 2014 In electing him as a Fellow the Board of Directors of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc cited him for contributions to self referenced optical frequency combs and ultrafast nonlinear solid state spectroscopy I am delighted to share the good news with you and to congratulate you on having this distinguished individual on your staff said J Roberto

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  • Ana Maria Rey to Receive 2013 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers | JILA-PFC
    Barack Obama has named Ana Maria Rey as one of 102 recipients of the 2013 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers This award is the highest honor bestowed by the United States government on science and engineering professionals in the early stages of their research careers Rey will receive her award at a Washington DC ceremony in 2014 The impressive achievements of these early stage scientists and engineers

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  • Konrad Lehnert Named Fellow of the American Physical Society | JILA-PFC
    by Year Publications by Title Investigators Education Outreach Partnerships in Informal Science Education in the Community PISEC Education Research Community Outreach News Research Highlights Center News JILA PFC Search form Search Advanced Other JILA Sites JILA Home Konrad Lehnert Named Fellow of the American Physical Society Back to News Published 12 12 2013 Fellow Konrad Lehnert Konrad Lehnert has been named a Fellow of the American Physical Society Lehnert was

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  • Eric Cornell Featured in NOVA’s Making Stuff Colder on October 30, 2013 | JILA-PFC
    Research Highlights Center News JILA PFC Search form Search Advanced Other JILA Sites JILA Home Eric Cornell Featured in NOVA s Making Stuff Colder on October 30 2013 Back to News Published 11 04 2013 Eric Cornell Credit JILA Eric Cornell offered clever and interesting insights into ultracold matter as part of David Pogue s Making Stuff Colder aired on PBS on October 30 2013 The show s premise is

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  • Ana Maria Rey Named 2014 MacArthur Foundation Fellow | JILA-PFC
    Catherine T MacArthur Foundation Theorist Ana Maria Rey has received a 2014 MacArthur Fellowship or Genius Grant She is the third JILA Fellow to win a genius grant joining Deborah Jin 2003 and Margaret Murnane 2000 The MacArthur Fellowship includes a 625 000 unrestricted grant Rey was cited for being an atomic Physicist advancing our ability to simulate manipulate and control novel states of matter through fundamental conceptual research on ultra cold atoms Rey works across the disciplines of atomic molecule optical and condensed matter physics Her aim is to use mathematical models to describe the complex behavior of nature Her research on ultracold optical lattice systems is contributing to advances in quantum simulation and quantum information This work is expected to help experimentalists achieve large scale quantum entanglement between atoms in the laboratory Rey is well known in the physics community for her collaborations within JILA and with researchers across the country and in Europe With her insights experimentalists are investigating the simulation manipulation and control of novel states of matter such as quantum magnets superfluids and insulators At JILA Rey is working with experimentalist Jun Ye on the development of a strontium lattice optical atomic clock and two quantum simulators the Sr lattice clock and a second that uses ultracold polar molecules Rey is widely respected as a mentor for young scientists She leads a group of graduate students and postdocs that is unusually large and productive A recent graduate student Michael Foss Feig won the 2013 Best Thesis Prize from the American Physical Society Division of AMO Physics Ana Maria won the same Thesis Prize herself in 2005 as a University of Maryland graduate student mentored by Charles Clark of the National Institute of Standards and Technology NIST Rey received a B S 1999 from the Universidad

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  • Ana Maria Rey Wins Maria Goeppert Mayer Award | JILA-PFC
    Advanced Other JILA Sites JILA Home Ana Maria Rey Wins Maria Goeppert Mayer Award Back to News Published 09 24 2013 Ana Maria Rey Credit Brad Baxley JILA Ana Maria Rey of JILA and the National Institute of Standards and Technology NIST has won the 2014 Maria Goeppert Mayer Award of the American Physical Society Rey is one of the world s top young theoretical physicists Her specialty is atomic molecular and optical physics an area in which she has shown a remarkable talent for suggesting practical applications of her theory to key experiments Her hallmark collaborations at JILA and NIST include the fields of ultracold molecules neutral atom optical lattice atomic clocks and quantum simulations In addition to groundbreaking work at NIST and JILA Rey collaborates with leading scientists around the world Rey is a JILA Fellow an Associate Research Professor at the University of Colorado and a NIST Associate A native of Columbia Rey joined JILA in 2008 as a CU Fellow whose salary is funded by NIST The Maria Goeppert Mayer Award recognizes outstanding achievement by a woman physicist in the early years of her career The award provides opportunities for Rey to present her seminal work

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