Margaret E. Shea, Entered 2011/12  

Margaret E. Shea

Office Location: 183 Physics
Office Phone: (919) 660-2512
Email Address: mes52@phy.duke.edu

Specialties:
Atomic, molecular, and optical physics

Education:
BS cum Laude, Yale Univeristy, 2008

Research Categories: Quantum Optics

Current projects: single atom trap for quantum computing

Recent Publications

  1. S. Ask, M.A. Parker, T. Sandoval, M.E. Shea, W.J. Stirling, Using gamma+jets Production to Calibrate the Standard Model Z(nunu)+jets Background to New Physics Processes at the LHC, JHEP, vol. 2011 no. 10 (October, 2011), pp. 058 [2803]  [abs].

Curriculum Vitae

Highlight:
I am a graduate student and University Scholar in the Duke Physics department. After graduateing from Yale, I moved to England where I taught high school physics and math at Oundle School. In my final year at Oundle I also undertook a research project at the University of Cambridge with the High Energy Physics Group at the Cavendish Laboratory. At Duke, I have moved into Dan Gauthier's Quantum Electronics Lab, studying quantum optics.