DAVID HANNEKE

Physics Department
Amherst College
121 Merrill Science Center
Amherst, MA 01002, USA
Tel: 413-542-5525
Fax: 413-542-5821
e-mail: dhanneke@amherst.edu
Web: http://david.hanneke.us

A pdf copy of the CV is available here.

EDUCATION Ph.D., Physics, Harvard University, March 4, 2008 (advisor: Gerald Gabrielse)
A.M., Physics, Harvard University, March 11, 2003
B.S., Physics Summa Cum Laude (Astronomy minor), Case Western Reserve University, May 20, 2001
POSITIONS
and
APPOINTMENTS
Assistant Professor of Physics, Amherst College, 2011–present
Research associate, University of Colorado at Boulder, 2010–2011
          Continuing work in the NIST Ion Storage Group
Postdoctoral fellow, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Boulder, CO, 2008–2010
          Time and Frequency Division, Ion Storage Group
          Advisor: David Wineland
Graduate student, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 2001–2007
          Advisor: Gerald Gabrielse
Teaching fellow, Harvard University Physics Department, 2002
          Instructor: Eric Mazur
Undergraduate student, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, 1997–2001
Tutor, Case Western Reserve University Physics Department, 2000–2001
          Advisor: Mano Singham
Grader, Case Western Reserve University Physics Department, 1998–2000
          Instructors: Robert Brown, Charles Rosenblatt
GRANTS
RECEIVED
National Science Foundation (PHY–1255170), 2013–2018, CAREER: Fundamental Physics through Precision Measurement of Trapped Charged Particles
Research Corporation, Single-Investigator Cottrell College Science Award (20929), 2012–2014, Quantum Logic Spectroscopy of Charged Molecules
HONORS
and
AWARDS
Michelson Postdoctoral Prize Lectureship, 2010 (CWRU link)
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2010
National Research Council (NRC) Postdoctoral Research Associateship, 2008–2010
Harold T. White Prize "for excellence in the teaching of physics," Harvard Physics Dept., 2003
Certificate of Distinction in Teaching, Harvard, 2002
National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship, 2001–2004
Phi Beta Kappa, 2000
CWRU President's Scholarship, 1997–2001
Leslie L. Foldy Award "to the outstanding senior in physics," CWRU, 2001
John Schoff Millis Award "to the senior with the best academic record," CWRU, 2001
Louis K. Levy Prize "for an outstanding junior" (university-wide), CWRU, 2000
B. S. Chandrasekhar Prize "awarded upon completion of the junior year to a physics major who has demonstrated superior performance," CWRU, 2000
Junior Award of Arts and Sciences "to the junior with the best academic record," CWRU, 2000
Phi Beta Kappa Prize "to a sophomore with the best academic record," CWRU, 1999
Case Alumni Association Junior/Senior Scholarship, 1999–2001
Peter Witt Scholarship for demonstrating "a vital and active interest in the improvement of life in Cleveland," CWRU, 1999 & 2000
Mortar Board, 1999
National Merit Corporate Scholarship (Union Pacific Corp.), 1997–2001
Dean's High Honors, every semester enrolled at CWRU
Eagle Scout, 1997
PROFESSIONAL
SOCIETIES
American Physical Society, 1999–present
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2010–present
American Association of Physics Teachers, 2011–present
TEACHING
and
ADVISING
COURSES TAUGHT
  • Quantum Mechanics (PHYS-348), Spring 2014
  • Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics (PHYS-230), Spring 2014
  • Introductory Physics II: Electromagnetism and Optics (PHYS-117), Fall 2013
  • Quantum Mechanics (PHYS-348), Spring 2013
  • Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics (PHYS-230), Spring 2013
  • Introductory Physics II: Electromagnetism and Optics (PHYS-117), Fall 2012
  • Modern Physics (PHYS-225), Fall 2012
  • Quantum Mechanics (PHYS-348), Spring 2012
  • Introductory Physics II: Electromagnetism and Optics, Lab sections (PHYS-117L), Spring 2012
  • Modern Physics (PHYS-225), Fall 2011
  • Introductory Physics I: Mechanics and Wave Motion, Lab section (PHYS-116L), Fall 2011
HONORS THESIS STUDENTS ADVISED
  • Phyo Aung Kyaw, Constructing an Ultrahigh Vacuum System for co-trapping Atomic and Molecular Ions (2014)
  • Chu Cheyenne Teng, Frequency Control and Stabilization of a Laser System (2013)
  • Celia Ou, Third Harmonic Conversion (2013)
  • Shenglan Qiao, Constructing a Linear Paul Trap System for Measuring the Time-variation of Electron-Proton Mass Ratio (2013)
SPECIAL TOPICS COURSES
  • Laser Applications, Fall 2012
  • Quantum Physics Research, Spring 2012
ADVISING
  • Advisor for 15 students
  • First-year advisor for 12 students
  • Research supervision of 16 students: Summer 2011: Steven Santos '13; Fall 2011: Ben Scheetz '12; Interterm 2012: Shah Saad Alam '14, Celia Ou '13; Spring 2012: Ben Scheetz '12; Summer 2012: Dvij Bajpai '15, Celia Ou '13, Shenglan Qiao '13, Cheyenne Teng '14E; Fall 2012: Dvij Bajpai '15, Celia Ou '13, Shenglan Qiao '13, Cheyenne Teng '14E; Interterm 2013: Shah Saad Alam '14, Dan Kang '15, Owen Marschall '15, Celia Ou '13, Shenglan Qiao '13; Spring 2013: Dvij Bajpai '15, Celia Ou '13, Shenglan Qiao '13, Cheyenne Teng '14E; Summer 2013: Ned Kleiner '16, Phyo Kyaw '14, Julian Ricardo '15, Cheyenne Teng '14E; Fall 2013: Sung Joo Choi '16, Phyo Kyaw '14, Cheyenne Teng '14E; Interterm 2014: Ned Kleiner '16, Phyo Kyaw '14, Wonjae Lee '16, Jean-Loup McIlvain-Cellier '15, Jiajun Shi '15E
COLLEGE
SERVICE
Advisor to the Electronics Club, 2013–present
College Housing Committee, 2012–present
Physics Department Curriculum Committee, 2012–present
Moodle pilot program, 2011–2012
PROFESSIONAL
SERVICE
Referee for Physical Review Letters, 2010–present
Referee for Physical Review A, 2010–present
Referee for Foundations of Physics, 2010
PUBLICATIONS
and
PRESENTATIONS
REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

Coherent Diabatic Ion Transport and Separation in a Multizone Trap Array
R. Bowler, J. Gaebler, Y. Lin, T. R. Tan, D. Hanneke, J. D. Jost, J. P. Home, D. Leibfried, and D. J. Wineland
Physical Review Letters 109, 080502 (2012) (pdf) (PRL link) (See also arXiv:1206.0780 [quant-ph])

Randomized Benchmarking of Multiqubit Gates
J. P. Gaebler, A. M. Meier, T. R. Tan, R. Bowler, Y. Lin, D. Hanneke, J. D. Jost, J. P. Home, E. Knill, D. Leibfried, and D. J. Wineland
Physical Review Letters 108, 260503 (2012) (pdf) (PRL link) (See also arXiv:1203.3733 [quant-ph])
Ibid. 109, 179902(E) (2012) (PRL link)

Normal modes of trapped ions in the presence of anharmonic trap potentials
J. P. Home, D. Hanneke, J. D. Jost, D. Leibfried, D. J. Wineland
New Journal of Physics 13, 073026 (2011) (pdf) (NJP link) (See also arXiv:1105.4752 [quant-ph])

Cavity control of a single-electron quantum cyclotron: Measuring the electron magnetic moment
D. Hanneke, S. Fogwell Hoogerheide, and G. Gabrielse
Physical Review A 83, 052122 (2011) (pdf) (PRA link) (See also arXiv:1009.4831 [physics.atom-ph])

Realization of a programmable two-qubit quantum processor
D. Hanneke, J. P. Home, J. D. Jost, J. M. Amini, D. Leibfried & D. J. Wineland
Nature Physics 6, 13–16 (2010) (Nature Physics link) (See also arXiv:0908.3031 [quant-ph])

Complete Methods Set for Scalable Ion Trap Quantum Information Processing
Jonathan P. Home, David Hanneke, John D. Jost, Jason M. Amini, Dietrich Leibfried, David J. Wineland
Science 325, 1227–1230 (2009) (Science link) (See also arXiv:0907.1865 [quant-ph])

Entangled Mechanical Oscillators
J. D. Jost, J. P. Home, J. M. Amini, D. Hanneke, R. Ozeri, C. Langer, J. J. Bollinger, D. Leibfried, and D. J. Wineland
Nature 459, 683–685 (2009) (Nature link) (See also arXiv:0901.4779 [quant-ph])

New Measurement of the Electron Magnetic Moment and the Fine Structure Constant
D. Hanneke, S. Fogwell, and G. Gabrielse
Physical Review Letters 100, 120801 (2008) (pdf) (PRL link) (See also arXiv:0801.1134 [physics.atom-ph])

New Measurement of the Electron Magnetic Moment Using a One-Electron Quantum Cyclotron
B. Odom, D. Hanneke, B. D'Urso, and G. Gabrielse
Physical Review Letters 97, 030801 (2006) (pdf) (PRL link)

New Determination of the Fine Structure Constant from the Electron g Value and QED
G. Gabrielse, D. Hanneke, T. Kinoshita, M. Nio, and B. Odom
Physical Review Letters 97, 030802 (2006) (pdf) (PRL link)
An error by our theory collaborators was fixed in Ibid. 99, 039902(E) (2007) (pdf) (PRL link)

Single-Particle Self-Excited Oscillator
B. D'Urso, R. Van Handel, B. Odom, D. Hanneke, and G. Gabrielse
Physical Review Letters 94, 113002 (2005) (pdf) (PRL link)

INVITED TALKS

Williams College, February, 2013, Williamstown, MA
Colloquium: A Programmable Quantum Information Processor

New Laser Scientists Conference, October, 2012, Rochester, NY
Invited talk: Precision Measurements with Trapped Ions

Amherst College, February, 2011, Amherst, MA
Colloquium: Measuring the Electron Magnetic Moment

Harvey Mudd College, January, 2011, Claremont, CA
Colloquium: Measuring the Electron Magnetic Moment

APS Laser Science (LS), October, 2010, Rochester, NY
Invited talk: Progress towards Scalable Quantum Information Processing with Trapped Ions (paper pdf)

International Symposium on Lepton Moments, July, 2010, Centerville, Cape Cod, MA
Invited talk: Measuring the Electron Magnetic Moment (Lepton Moments link) (slides pdf)

Michelson Postdoctoral Prize Lectures, May 10–14, 2010, Cleveland, OH (CWRU link) (abstracts pdf)
Entangled Mechanical Oscillators and a Programmable Quantum Computer: Adventures in Coupling Two-Level Systems to Quantum Harmonic Oscillators (slides pdf)
Optical Atomic Clocks (slides pdf)
Cavity Control in a Single-Electron Quantum Cyclotron: An Improved Measurement of the Electron Magnetic Moment (slides pdf)
High-Energy Physics with Low-Energy Symmetry Studies (slides pdf)

NIST Time and Frequency Division Seminar, March 18, 2010, Boulder, CO
Invited talk: Cavity Control in a Single Electron Quantum Cyclotron: An Improved Measurement of the Electron Magnetic Moment

SPIE Photonics West, January, 2010, San Francisco, CA
Invited talk: Recent progress in quantum information processing with trapped ions (abstract pdf)

OTHER PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

Southwest Quantum Information and Technology (SQuInT), February, 2011, Boulder, CO
Poster presented: Quantum Information Processing using Scalable Techniques (poster pdf)

Workshop on Ion Trap Technology, February, 2011, Boulder, CO
Poster presented: Quantum Information Processing using Scalable Techniques (poster pdf)

International Conference on Atomic Physics (ICAP), July, 2010, Cairns, Australia
Poster presented: Multi-Qubit Operations using Scalable Techniques (poster pdf) (abstract pdf)

Southwest Quantum Information and Technology (SQuInT), February, 2010, Santa Fe, NM
Contributed talk: Putting the pieces together: Recent progress with trapped ions at NIST (abstract pdf)

Boulder Laboratories Postdoctoral Poster Symposium 2009, Boulder, CO
Poster presented: Universal quantum control of two qubits (pdf)

APS Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics (DAMOP) 2009, Charlottesville, VA
Contributed talk: Sympathetic cooling and trapped-ion quantum logic (Repeated two-qubit logic gates with scalable techniques)
David Hanneke, J. D. Jost, J. P. Home, J. M. Amini, R. Ozeri, C. Langer, J. J. Bollinger, D. Leibfried, D. J. Wineland
(abstract pdf) (APS link)

Gordon Research Conference 2008 (Quantum Information Science), Big Sky, MT
Poster presented: Distribution of entanglement in an ion trap array (pdf)

International Conference on Atomic Physics (ICAP) 2008, Storrs, CT
Proceedings: More Accurate Measurement of the Electron Magnetic Moment and the Fine Structure Constant
D. Hanneke, S. Fogwell, N. Guise, J. Dorr, and G. Gabrielse
In R. Côté, P. L. Gould, M. Rozman, W. W. Smith (eds.), Pushing the Frontiers of Atomic Physics: Proceedings of the XXI International Conference on Atomic Physics
World Scientific, pp. 46–55, 2009 (pdf) (ICAP link) (World Scientific link)

Precision pins down the electron's magnetism
G. Gabrielse and D. Hanneke
CERN Courier, October 2006, pp. 35–37 (CERN Courier link)

International Conference on Atomic Physics (ICAP) 2006, Innsbruck, Austria
Poster presented: New Measurement of the Electron Magnetic Moment and Fine Structure Constant (pdf)
Proceedings: New Measurement of the Electron Magnetic Moment and the Fine Structure Constant
G. Gabrielse and D. Hanneke
In C. Roos, H. Haffner, R. Blatt (eds.), Atomic Physics 20: XX International Conference on Atomic Physics - ICAP 2006
AIP Conference Proceedings, Vol. 869, pp. 68–75, 2006 (pdf) (AIP link)

Conference on the Intersections of Particle and Nuclear Physics (CIPANP) 2006, Puerto Rico
Proceedings: New Measurement of the Electron Magnetic Moment and the Fine Structure Constant
G. Gabrielse and D. Hanneke
In T. Liss (ed.), Intersections of Particle and Nuclear Physics: 9th Conference CIPANP 2006
AIP Conference Proceedings, Vol. 870, pp. 328–332, 2006 (pdf) (AIP link)

Lepton Moments International Symposium 2006, Cape Cod, MA
Poster presented: New Measurement of the Electron Magnetic Moment and Fine Structure Constant (pdf)

International Conference on Atomic Physics (ICAP) 2004, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Poster presented: Toward an Improved Electron g-2 Measurement (pdf)

SECONDARY REPORTS ON THE TRAPPED-ION WORK

Moving Traps Offer Fast Delivery of Cold Ions, Christian Roos, Physics 5, 94 (2012) (APS link)
Highlight of 2011, New Journal of Physics (NJP link)
Breakthrough of the Year, Physics World, posted online December 21, 2009 (Physics World link)
2009 Science News of the Year: Matter & Energy, Science News, January 2, 2010, Vol. 177 #1, p. 24 (Science News link)
Top 100 Stories of 2009 – #40, Elizabeth Svoboda, Discover, January/February 2010, p.49 (Discover link)
First Programmable Quantum Computer Created, Laura Sanders, Science News, December 19, 2009, Vol. 176 #13, p. 13 (Science News link)
First universal programmable quantum computer unveiled, Colin Barras, New Scientist online, November 15, 2009 (New Scientist link)
The pieces put together, Nature Physics 5, 622 (2009) (Nature Physics link)
Mechanical Systems All Tangled Up, Laura Sanders, Science News, July 4, 2009, Vol. 176 #1, p.8 (Science News link)
Physics Update: Entangled mechanical oscillators, Physics Today, July 2009, 22 (Physics Today link)
Entanglement goes mechanical, Rainer Blatt, Nature 459, 653-654 (2009) (Nature link)
Quantum Computing with Ions, Christopher R. Monroe and David J. Wineland, Scientific American, August 2008, 64–71 (Scientific American link)

SECONDARY REPORTS ON THE g-VALUE WORK

The Physics Story of the Year for 2006, P. Schewe, B. Stein, and D. Castelvecchi, Physics News Update 804, December 5, 2006. (AIP link)
Plumbing the Electron's Depths, P. Schewe and B. Stein, Physics News Update 783, July 5, 2006. (AIP link)
A More Precise Fine Structure Constant, D. Kleppner, Science 313, 448–449 (2006) (Science link)
A Finer Constant, A. Czarnecki, Nature 442, 516–517 (2006) (Nature link)
Gyromagnetic Ratio of a Lone Trapped Electron is Measured to Better than a Part Per Trillion, B. Schwarzchild, Physics Today, August 2006, 15–17 (Physics Today link)
Precision pins down the electron's magnetism, G. Gabrielse and D. Hanneke, CERN Courier, October 2006, 35–37 (CERN Courier link)
The Magnet in the Electron, G. Gabrielse, Physics World, February 2007, 32–36 (Physics World link)
In Constant Search of 'alpha', M. Inman, New Scientist 2568, 40–43 (2006) (New Scientist link)


Last updated: 9 January 2014