David A. Hanneke, Ph.D.

2011- Physics & Astronomy Department Amherst College, Amherst, MA, United States 
"David Hanneke"
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Gerald Gabrielse grad student 2001-2008 Harvard
 (Cavity Control in a Single-Electron Quantum Cyclotron: An Improved Measurement of the Electron Magnetic Moment)
David J. Wineland post-doc 2008-2011 NIST
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Carollo R, Frenett A, Hanneke D. (2018) Two-Photon Vibrational Transitions in 16O2+ as Probes of Variation of the Proton-to-Electron Mass Ratio Atoms. 7: 1
Carollo RA, Lane DA, Kleiner EK, et al. (2017) Third-harmonic-generation of a diode laser for quantum control of beryllium ions. Optics Express. 25: 7220-7229
Hanneke D, Carollo RA, Lane DA. (2016) High sensitivity to variation in the proton-to-electron mass ratio in O 2 + Physical Review A. 94: 50101
Gaebler JP, Meier AM, Tan TR, et al. (2012) Randomized benchmarking of multiqubit gates. Physical Review Letters. 108: 260503
Bowler R, Gaebler J, Lin Y, et al. (2012) Coherent diabatic ion transport and separation in a multizone trap array. Physical Review Letters. 109: 080502
Gaebler JP, Meier AM, Tan TR, et al. (2012) Erratum: Randomized Benchmarking of Multiqubit Gates [Phys. Rev. Lett.108, 260503 (2012)] Physical Review Letters. 109
Hanneke D, Hoogerheide SF, Gabrielse G. (2011) Cavity control of a single-electron quantum cyclotron: Measuring the electron magnetic moment Physical Review a - Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics. 83
Home JP, Hanneke D, Jost JD, et al. (2011) Normal modes of trapped ions in the presence of anharmonic trap potentials New Journal of Physics. 13
Hanneke D, Home JP, Jost JD, et al. (2010) Realization of a programmable two-qubit quantumprocessor Nature Physics. 6: 13-16
Home JP, Hanneke D, Jost JD, et al. (2009) Complete methods set for scalable ion trap quantum information processing. Science (New York, N.Y.). 325: 1227-30
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