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Paola Cappellaro

KEPCO Professor of Nuclear Science and Engineering
Professor of Physics
Specialist in spin-based quantum information processing and precision measurements in the solid state.

Soonwon Choi

Assistant Professor of Physics
Research interests are focused on the intersection of quantum information science and out-of-equilibrium dynamics of quantum many-body systems.

Isaac Chuang

Professor of Physics
Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Senior Associate Dean of Digital Learning, MIT
A pioneer in the field of quantum information science.

Bruno Coppi

Professor of Physics, Emeritus
Has given basic contributions to the fields of plasma physics, nuclear fusion research, space physics and plasma astrophysics.

Richard Fletcher

Assistant Professor of Physics
Utilizes exquisitely controlled ultracold atomic gases to synthesize exotic quantum matter hard or even impossible to realize in nature.

Wolfgang Ketterle

John D. MacArthur Professor of Physics
Director, MIT-Harvard Center for Ultracold Atoms
2001 Nobel Laureate
Creation of first gaseous Bose-Einstein condensate led to being co-recipient of 2001 Nobel Prize in Physics.

Daniel Kleppner

Lester Wolfe Professor of Physics, Emeritus
With his colleague Thomas Greytak, he helped to pioneer the field of Bose-Einstein condensation and quantum gasses.

David Pritchard

Cecil and Ida Green Professor of Physics
Carried out pioneering experiments on the interaction of atoms with light that led to the creation of the field of atom optics.

Vladan Vuletić

Lester Wolfe Professor of Physics
Research interests lie in many-body quantum mechanics and the experimental implementation of entangled many-body states.

Martin Zwierlein

Thomas A. Frank (1977) Professor of Physics
Experiments on strongly interacting quantum gases of atoms and molecules, to realize and advance our understanding of novel states of matter.