09.10.2012 [Wired (blog)] - Serge Haroche, 68, of the Collège de France and the École Normale Supérieure, both in Paris, pioneered the sculpting of a quantum state of light and the control of its interactions with a single atom. DavidWineland, who is also 68, of the National
09.10.2012 [Business Insider] - It was awarded to Serge Haroche, of the College de France, and DavidWineland, of the University of Colorado in Boulder. Their work into the quantum world — the bewildering physics of the tiny building blocks of matter — could lead to groundbreaking
09.10.2012 [Ars Technica] - This year's Nobel Prize in Physics goes to a pair of physicists that pioneered experimental approaches to the quantum world. The two, University of Colorado-Boulder's DavidWineland and Serge Haroche from the Collège de France, used coupled systems of
11.10.2012 [FierceGovernmentIT] - National Institute of Standards and Technology Physicist DavidWineland received Oct. 9 a Nobel Prize for his work in quantum computing. Wineland received the prize jointly with fellow researcher Serge Haroche, a professor at the College de France and
10.10.2012 [InformationWeek] - Serge Haroche, a professor at the College de France, and DavidWineland, a NIST scientist and University of Colorado-Boulder lecturer, helped to create ways to capture, observe, and control individual atoms and light particles, respectively. In
09.10.2012 [New York Times] - ... scale won the Nobel Prize in Physics on Tuesday. They are Serge Haroche, of the Collège de France and the École Normale Supérieure, in Paris, and DavidWineland, of the National Institute of Standards and Technology and the University of Colorado.
09.10.2012 [Christian Post] - Serge Haroche of the College de France and DavidWineland, who is based at the U.S. National Institute for Standards and Technology, will share the prize of $1.2 million. The researchers were able to measure quantum particles without destroying them
09.10.2012 [Scienceline] - Serge Haroche of Collège de France and Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris, and DavidWineland of National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and University of Colorado Boulder, independently devised methods to directly observe quantum