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dehmeltphys.washington.edu

Position

Professor at the Department of Physics, University of Washington, USA.

Research interests

has perfected an array of remarkable methods for trapping and immobilizing single subatomic particles.

Prizes and awards

Nobel Laureate in Physics "for the development of the ion trap technique." (1989)
National Medal of Science (1995)

Publications

New High Precision Comparison of Electron/Positron g-Factors", Van Dyck, Jr., R. S., Schwinberg, P. B. & Dehmelt, H. G., Phys. Rev. Letters 59, 26 (1987)

"Single Atomic Particle at Rest in Free Space: Shift-Free Suppression of The Natural Line Width?", Hans Dehmelt, in Laser Spectroscopy VIII, S. Svanberg and W. Persson editors, 1987 (Springer, New York)

"Single Atomic Particle Forever Floating at Rest in Free Space: New Value for Electron Radius", Hans Dehmelt, Physica Scripta T22, 102 (1988)

"New Continuous Stern Gerlach Effect and a Hint of 'The' Elementary Particle", Hans Dehmelt, Z. Phys. D 10, 127-134 (1988)

"Coherent Spectroscopy on a Single Atomic System at Rest in Free Space III", Hans Dehmelt, in Frequency Standards and Metrology, A. de Marchi Ed. (Springer, New York, 1989), p. 15

"Triton,..electron,..cosmon..: An infinite regression?" Hans Dehmelt, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 86, 8618-8619 (1989)

"Miniature Paul-Straubel ion trap with well-defined deep potential well", Nan Yu, Hans Dehmelt, and Warren Nagourney, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 86, 5672 (1989)

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