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David Weiss' research involves experiments with laser-cooled atoms in optical lattices and other light traps. His group uses cold, trapped atoms to make precise measurements of fundamental constants and to test fundamental symmetries. They also use these atoms as model systems to address issues in atomic physics, condensed-matter physics, quantum mechanics, and statistical mechanics. David's group has three experimental apparatuses: one is devoted to the study of Bose-Einstein condensates in optical lattices, with an emphasis on 1D gases; one involves the development of a quantum computer using a 3D array of atoms; and one is working toward the measurement of the electron's electric dipole moment, using cold, trapped alkali atoms.
More details on David's research can be found here.