Nineteen Ephs at DAMOP 2016


Last year 11 Ephs, this year 19 Ephs…!

Nineteen Williams physicists attended the 2016 American Physical Society Division of Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics Meeting (DAMOP) in Providence, RI.  DAMOP is one of the largest and most important annual physics conferences.

Pictured left to right:  Ariel Silbert ’16 (researcher, e4sciences), Josh Grossman ’96 (professor, St. Mary’s College, MD), Prof. Swati Singh, Tom Gallagher ’66 (professor, U. Virginia), Sau Man Cheng ’16 (grad student, Colorado U.), Prof. Charlie Doret ’02, Allison Carter ’16 (grad student, U. Maryland), Chad Orzel ’93 (professor, Union College), Sierra Jubin ’17, Julia Cline ’15 (grad student, Colorado U.), Nathan Schine ’13 (grad student, U. Chicago), Ben Augenbraun ’15 (grad student, Harvard U.), Nathaniel Vilas ’17, Collin Bruzewicz ’05 (researcher, MIT Lincoln Lab), Prof. Tiku Majumder, Cole Meisenhelder ’15 (grad student, Harvard U.), Justin Brown ’05 (researcher, Physical Sciences Inc.), Ryan Carollo ’05 (grad student, U. Connecticut), and Paul Hess ’08 (postdoc, U. Maryland).