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The Quantum Workshop is Dr. James Millen and Dr. Lia Han. If you have questions, or would like us at your event, please contact thequantumworkshop@gmail.com

We will do anything, we’re very nice!

 

Dr. James Millen

James did a degree in Physics at Imperial College London, finishing in 2007. He then headed north to do a Ph.D. in Experimental Atomic Physics at Durham University. He built an experiment to cool and trap atoms of Strontium, and studied giant atoms and ultra-cold plasmas. In 2011 James returned to London as a Post-Doctoral research assistant studying levitated microparticles, their applications and their potential for use in the study of Quantum Mechanics. In 2015 James jetted off to Vienna, to work on high-mass quantum physics. In 2018, James will set up his own group at King’s College London, to build levitated nanoparticles into technology.

Personal Website: drjmillen.wordpress.com

 

 

Lia Han

Lia will write something pithy about lasers and cats once James asks her to.

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  1. John Bray
    July 1, 2014 at 10:38 am

    Hi Where I live in South East Wales there also lives an ex lecturer from Imperial College called Roy Francis who is an acquaintance of mine. To cut a long story short, in the pub, a few years ago he introduced me to Schrödinger’s cat. After reading the book it left me with a fascination for quantum mechanics although never really understanding it. I have just read Dr Robert Lanza’s book on Biocentrics, and just started on Scott Tyson’s book the Unobserved Universe which has rekindled my fascination. The question I have please could you inform we when you have any events coming that may suit the layman to learn more about this fascinating subject.

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