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DUAMOP

DePauw University Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics

DUAMOP is Dr. John Caraher's research program exploring atomic, molecular and optical physics (as well as a play on the American Physical Society's division for study of AMO physics, DAMOP).

The current research focus is on the possible uses of entangled photon pairs in atomic and molecular spectroscopy, especially a theoretical proposal called Virtual State Spectroscopy.  We are assessing the feasibility of an experimental demonstration of the principles underlying this technique in an alkali metal, and if the results are favorable plan to proceed to a full demonstration. 

 

Meet the people who made DUAMOP tick!

Dr. John Caraher

John Caraher - Contact page

Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy, three-time University of Michigan graduate, fixture on defense for the Wiseguys of the Indianapolis Hockey Club, concocter of gratuitous and lengthy acronyms, and unindicted co-conspirator, DeCCaPh.

Daniel Bennett

Daniel Bennett

DePauw Class of 2009
Summer 2006 SRF researcher

Brian Spector

Brian Spector

DePauw Class of 2009
Summer 2006 FDC researcher

Jared Wooten

Jared Wooten

DePauw Class of 2007
Summer 2006 ITAP Associate
Minister of Propaganda
Major: Computer Science, East Asian Studies

Eric Wudtke

Eric Wudtke

DePauw Class of 2009
Summer 2006 SRF researcher