David J. Wineland

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‘The Person Behind the Nobel Prize: Dave Wineland’ from National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

Webcast from the press conference at National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) celebrating the Nobel Prize to David J. Wineland


Monroe, C. R. and Wineland, D. J. (2008) Quantum Computing with Ions, Scientific American, August.

Yam, P. (1997) Bringing Schrödinger’s Cat to Life, Scientific American, June.


‘NIST Unscripted: Dave Wineland’. Dave Wineland discusses his landmark work developing laser cooling, a technique that has led to ultraprecise atomic timekeeping and advances in experimental quantum computing. From National Institute of Standards and Technology.

‘Physics for the 21st Century: David Wineland: The Quantum World Single Ion Clocks’

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