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Alexander J. Rimberg

Professor of Physics and Astronomy

Professor Rimberg is an experimental condensed matter physicist focusing on the interface between quantum and classical behavior in mesoscopic systems. He has an A. B. (1986) and Ph. D. (1992) in Physics, both from Harvard University. After postdoctoral work at the University of California, Berkely, he was an Assistant Professor in Physics and Astronomy at Rice University for several years. He joined Dartmouth College in August, 2004.

Research Interests

Electrical measurements of semiconducting, superconducting and mechanical nanostructures: quantum information science and quantum measurements; controlled physical realizations of open quantum systems; quantum noise and non-equilibrium effects. For more information, please see the Rimberg group web page. For recent publications, click here.

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