Description of Research " Multidisciplinary investigations using state-selected atoms " We are a (largely) experimental atomic physics research group. We apply atomic physics techniques to a wide range of problems, including: precise tests of physical laws and symmetries; the development of atomic clocks; biomedical and materials science investigations using laser-polarized noble gas nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR); laser spectroscopy of coherently-prepared atomic media, with applications to quantum information; low-energy atomic collisions; and theoretical investigations of Bose-Einstein Condensates. Abstracts for recent research results Group bibliography Some ongoing projects are described at the following links: The 129 Xe/3 He dual noble gas maser The 21 Ne/3 He dual noble gas maser The cryogenic hydrogen maser The double-bulb rubidium maser The coherent population trapping clock Trapping light in coherently-prepared atomic media Probing porous media with gas diffusion NMR Low-field MRI of the lung gas space Gas exchange in the lung The dynamics of shaken and flowing granular media Studies of vertices in Bose Einstein Condensates Some past projects are described here: Polarized xenon in rat lungs and body tissues Xenon uptake calculations for humans Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of laser-polarized liquid xenon and gas-liquid exchange Description of Research " Multidisciplinary investigations using state-selected atoms " We are a (largely) experimental atomic physics research group. We apply atomic physics techniques to a wide range of problems, including: precise tests of physical laws and symmetries; the development of atomic clocks; biomedical and materials science investigations using laser-polarized noble gas nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR); laser spectroscopy of coherently-prepared atomic media, with applications to quantum information; low-energy atomic collisions; and theoretical investigations of Bose-Einstein Condensates. Abstracts for recent research results Group bibliography Some ongoing projects are described at the following links: The 129 Xe/3 He dual noble gas maser The 21 Ne/3 He dual noble gas maser The cryogenic hydrogen maser The double-bulb rubidium maser The coherent population trapping clock Trapping light in coherently-prepared atomic media Probing porous media with gas diffusion NMR Low-field MRI of the lung gas space Gas exchange in the lung The dynamics of shaken and flowing granular media Studies of vertices in Bose Einstein Condensates Some past projects are described here: Polarized xenon in rat lungs and body tissues Xenon uptake calculations for humans Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of laser-polarized liquid xenon and gas-liquid exchange Description of Research " Multidisciplinary investigations using state-selected atoms " We are a (largely) experimental atomic physics research group. We apply atomic physics techniques to a wide range of problems, including: precise tests of physical laws and symmetries; the development of atomic clocks; biomedical and materials science investigations using laser-polarized noble gas nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR); laser spectroscopy of coherently-prepared atomic media, with applications to quantum information; low-energy atomic collisions; and theoretical investigations of Bose-Einstein Condensates.

Abstracts for recent research results Group bibliography Some ongoing projects are described at the following links: The 129 Xe/3 He dual noble gas maser The 21 Ne/3 He dual noble gas maser The cryogenic hydrogen maser The double-bulb rubidium maser The coherent population trapping clock Trapping light in coherently-prepared atomic media Probing porous media with gas diffusion NMR Low-field MRI of the lung gas space Gas exchange in the lung The dynamics of shaken and flowing granular media Studies of vertices in Bose Einstein Condensates Some past projects are described here: Polarized xenon in rat lungs and body tissues Xenon uptake calculations for humans Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of laser-polarized liquid xenon and gas-liquid exchange.