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Ian Spielman

Adjunct Professor
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(301) 975-8664
(301) 405-6940
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University of Maryland
2153 PSC Bldg
College Park, MD 20742
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United States
Research Topics:
Studying the Bose-Hubbard model for ultra-cold rubidium atoms in an optical lattice., Creating magneto-optical configurations that can make charge-neutral bosons move like charged particles in a magnetic field., Constructing a hybrid Bose-Fermi experiment to study fermions and mixtures of fermions and bosons in optical lattices -- a configuration that may exhibit phenomena analogous to high-temperature superconductivity.


Lauren Aycock
Postdoctoral Researcher
Dina Genkina
Graduate Student
Qiyu Liang
Mingwu Lu
Nathan Lundblad
Alina Pineiro Escalera
Graduate Student
Andika Putra
Graduate Student
Francisco Salces-Carcoba
Graduate Student
Dimitrios Trypogeorgos
Postdoctoral Researcher
Ana Valdes Curiel
Graduate Student
Yuchen Yue
Graduate Student


Matthew Beeler
Postdoctoral Fellow
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Subhadeep De
Postdoctoral Researcher
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Karina Jimenez-Garcia
Graduate Student
Lindsay Leblanc
Postdoctoral Researcher
Erin Marshall
Graduate Student
Abigail Perry
Graduate Student
Ryan Price
Graduate Student
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Ross Williams
Postdoctoral Researcher

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