|Durham Atomic and Molecular Physics|
Post-Doctoral Research Associate
|Photo of the experiment. You can see the optical path of the laser beam as it propagates through the cell, enclosed in its heater (grey/silver cylinder with wires).|
My Ph.D. thesis (2013) is available here.
Optical response of gas-phase atoms at less than λ/80 from a dielectric surface, arXiv preprint 1403.3035 (2014).
Active narrowband filtering, line narrowing and gain using ladder electromagnetically induced transparency in an optically thick atomic vapour, J. Phys. B 47, 075002 (2014).
Maximal Refraction and Superluminal Propagation in a Gaseous Nanolayer, Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 233001 (2012).
Optical transmission through a dipolar layer, arXiv:1109.3669 (2011).
Effect of buffer gas on an electromagnetically induced transparency in a ladder system using thermal rubidium vapor, Phys. Rev. A 82, 045806 (2010).
Level 1 Academic Tutor (2010/11 and 2011/12)
Level 3 Optics Labs Demonstrator (2010/11, 2013/14)
Level 4 Problems marker (2012/13)
Celebrate Science demonstrator (October 2011)
Supported Progression Post-16 poster tutor (2011); Pre-16 Summer school lab demonstrator (2010, 2011)
KS4 STEM career day at St Bede's Peterlee, ambassador for Durham physics (November 2010)
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