2001 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For the development and use of atomic clocks in tests of fundamental symmetries and multidisciplinary applications of related technology
His main research concerns Diamond, Nuclear magnetic resonance, Magnetometer, Optics and Spins. He has included themes like Nanotechnology, Optoelectronics, Condensed matter physics, Vacancy defect and Magnetic field in his Diamond study. His Condensed matter physics study incorporates themes from Coherent control, Coherence and Spin engineering.
His Nuclear magnetic resonance study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Helium, Magnetic resonance imaging, Resonance and Magneto. His Optics research integrates issues from Exoplanet, Signal and Sensitivity. Ronald L. Walsworth interconnects Molecular physics, Resolution and Spin-½ in the investigation of issues within Spins.
Diamond, Optics, Optoelectronics, Condensed matter physics and Atomic physics are his primary areas of study. His work carried out in the field of Diamond brings together such families of science as Nanotechnology, Magnetometer, Magnetic field, Spins and Vacancy defect. His Magnetic field study frequently links to other fields, such as Nuclear magnetic resonance.
His studies in Optics integrate themes in fields like Calibration and Spectrograph. His Optoelectronics research includes themes of Quantum and Magnetic imaging. His work focuses on many connections between Atomic physics and other disciplines, such as Maser, that overlap with his field of interest in Zeeman effect and Hydrogen.
Ronald L. Walsworth focuses on Diamond, Optoelectronics, Magnetic field, Condensed matter physics and Magnetometer. His Diamond research incorporates elements of Microscope, Optics, Sensitivity, Quantum and Vacancy defect. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Optoelectronics, Spectroscopy is strongly linked to Microwave.
His Magnetic field study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Fourier transform, Laser linewidth, Graphene and Dirac. His study in Magnetometer is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Field, Spins and Broadband. He combines subjects such as Resolution, Spin and Narrowband with his study of Spins.
Ronald L. Walsworth spends much of his time researching Diamond, Magnetic field, Magnetometer, Spins and Condensed matter physics. His Diamond research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Photonics, Optoelectronics, Optics, Spectroscopy and Vacancy defect. His work deals with themes such as Coherent control, Electron paramagnetic resonance and Spin, which intersect with Optoelectronics.
The Magnetic field study combines topics in areas such as Preclinical imaging, Imaging phantom, Fourier transform, Microscale chemistry and Spin-½. The concepts of his Magnetometer study are interwoven with issues in Quantum sensor, Field, Measure, Broadband and Spectral line. His research in Condensed matter physics tackles topics such as Graphene which are related to areas like Viscosity, Superconductivity, Quantum and Scattering rate.
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Storage of light in atomic vapor.
D. F. Phillips;A. Fleischhauer;A. Mair;R. L. Walsworth.
Physical Review Letters (2001)
Nanoscale magnetic sensing with an individual electronic spin in diamond
J. R. Maze;P. L. Stanwix;J. S. Hodges;J. S. Hodges;S. Hong.
High-sensitivity diamond magnetometer with nanoscale resolution
J. M. Taylor;P. Cappellaro;L. Childress;L. Childress;L. Jiang.
Nature Physics (2008)
Solid-state electronic spin coherence time approaching one second
N. Bar-Gill;Linh My Pham;A. Jarmola;D. Budker;D. Budker.
Nature Communications (2013)
A robust scanning diamond sensor for nanoscale imaging with single nitrogen-vacancy centres.
Patrick Maletinsky;Sungkun Hong;Michael Sean Grinolds;Birgit Judith Maria Hausmann.
Nature Nanotechnology (2012)
Atomic Memory for Correlated Photon States
C. H. van der Wal;M. D. Eisaman;A. André;R. L. Walsworth.
Optical magnetic imaging of living cells
D. Le Sage;K. Arai;D. R. Glenn;S. J. DeVience.
A laser frequency comb that enables radial velocity measurements with a precision of 1 cm s -1
Chih-Hao Li;Andrew J. Benedick;Peter Fendel;Alexander G. Glenday.
Nanoscale magnetic imaging of a single electron spin under ambient conditions
Michael Sean Grinolds;Sungkun Hong;Patrick Maletinsky;Patrick Maletinsky;Lan Luan.
Nature Physics (2013)
Limit on Lorentz and CPT Violation of the Neutron Using a Two-Species Noble-Gas Maser
D. Bear;R. E. Stoner;R. L. Walsworth;V. Alan Kostelecký.
Physical Review Letters (2000)
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