Dr. Mark Edwards
Dr. Mark Edwards
Fuller E. Callaway Professor of Physics
B.S. Physics, Georgia Southern University, 1977
M.A. Physics, Johns Hopkins University, 1980
Ph.D. Physics, Johns Hopkins University, 1984
Office: Math-Physics, Room 1002
Phone: (912) 478-0080
My research program is devoted to the theoretical study of ultra-cold quantum atomic gases and is performed in close collaboration with researchers at the University of Maryland at College Park, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom. Some of my specific interests include ways in which ultra-cold atoms, manipulated by lasers and magnetic fields, can operate as a “quantum computer”; the dynamics of mixtures of Bose-Einstein condensates during the cooling process; and the design of new atom interferometers to increase their robustness, stability, and sensitivity for applications to precision navigation and to metrology.
“Self-heterodyne detection of the in-situ phase of an atomic SQUID,” R. Mathew, A. Kumar, S. Eckel, F. Jendrzejewski, G.K. Campbell, Mark Edwards, and E. Tiesinga, Physical Review A, in press
“Hysteresis in a quantized superﬂuid atomtronic circuit,” Stephen Eckel, Christopher J. Lobb, Jeffrey G. Lee, William D. Phillips, Fred Jendrzejewski, Mark Edwards, Gretchen K. Campbell, Noel Murray2, Charles W. Clark, Nature506, 500 (2014).
“Resistive flow in a weakly interacting ring Bose-Einstein condensate,” Fred Jendrzejewski, Stephen Eckel, Noel Murray, Calib Lanier, Mark Edwards, Christopher J. Lobb, and Gretchen Campbell, Physical Review Letters 113, 045305 (2014).
“Probing the circulation of ring Bose‐Einstein condensates,” Noel Murray, Michael Krygier, Mark Edwards, K. C. Wright, G. K. Campbell, and Charles W. Clark, Phys. Rev. A 88, 053615 (2013).
Last updated: 8/27/2015