Contact

The Quantum Workshop is Dr. James Millen and Lia Han, from the Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Positron Physics group at University College London. 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 in Professor Peter Barker’s group at UCL. He is studying levitated microparticles, their applications and their peotential for use in the study of Quantum Mechanics.

Personal Website: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/~ucapjmi/

 

 

Lia Han

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

  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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