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 [PBS NewsHour (blog)] - Pictures of Serge Haroche of France and DavidWineland of the U.S. are projected on a screen as the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, announces the winners of the Nobel Prize in Physics on October 9, 2012 at the Royal Swedish Academy of Science in
09.10.2012 [Businessweek] - Serge Haroche of France and American DavidWineland opened the door to new experiments in quantum physics in the 1990s by showing how to observe individual atoms and particles of light called photons while preserving their quantum properties.
David Jeffrey Wineland (born February 24, 1944) is an American Nobel Prize-winning physicist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) physics laboratory. His work has included advances in optics, specifically laser cooling of ions in Paul traps and use of trapped ions to implement quantum computing operations. He was awarded the 2012 Nobel Prize for Physics, jointly with Serge Haroche, for "ground-breaking experimental methods that enable measuring and manipulation of individual quantum systems."
09.10.2012 [News & Issues] - The Award: The 2012 Nobel Prize in Physics is awarded "for ground-breaking experimental methods that enable measuring & manipulation of individual quantum systems" with the prize awarded jointly to DavidWineland and Serge Haroche.
10.10.2012 [Los Angeles Times] - American DavidWineland shares Nobel Prize in physics. He and Serge Haroche of France separately found ways to study particles of matter and light without destroying them — a necessary step for creating quantum computers. print. Comments. 1
09.10.2012 [Popular Science] - Serge Haroche and DavidWineland both developed ways to control and measure fragile, fleeting quantum states, which was thought to be impossible. Their work has enabled real-world studies, not just theoretical discussions, of the relationships between
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
10.10.2012 [The Hindu] - Serge Haroche and DavidWineland have opened the door to a new era of experimentation with quantum physics by demonstrating the direct observation of individual quantum systems without destroying them. Through their ingenious laboratory methods
12.10.2012 [The Biological SCENE] - Serge Haroche And DavidWineland Share 2012 Nobel Prize In Physics. Awards: Observations of the quantum behavior of particles set the stage for quantum computing. By Elizabeth K. Wilson. Department: Science & Technology Keywords: Nobel Prize in
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 [Washington Post (blog)] - By handing out this year's Nobel Prize in Physics to two quantum physicists (American DavidWineland and Serge Haroche of France) who have figured out how to measure the properties of quantum particles, Stockholm's Nobel Prize committee gave new
10.10.2012 [New York Post] - The work of DavidWineland and Serge Haroche could make it possible to build a new kind of computer far more powerful than any seen before. Wineland, of the National Institute of Standards and Technology and the University of Colorado, and Haroche
09.10.2012 [San Francisco Luxury News] - Handout pictures of the 2012 Nobel Prize for Physics laureates Serge Haroche (L) of France and DavidWineland of the U.S. seen during a news conference at the Royal Swedish Academy of Science in Stockholm, October 9, 2012. Credit: Reuters/Scanpix By
09.10.2012 [NPR (blog)] - NIST physicist and Nobel Prize-winner DavidWineland adjusts an ultraviolet laser beam used to manipulate ions in a high-vacuum apparatus containing an "ion trap." These devices have been used to demonstrate the basic operations required for a quantum
09.10.2012 [Nature.com (blog)] - Frenchman Serge Haroche (pictured, right) and American DavidWineland (bottom left), both 68, have shared the 2012 Nobel prize in physics, for their work on “ground-breaking experimental methods that enable measuring and manipulation of individual
09.10.2012 [Harvard Magazine] - David J. Wineland, Ph.D. '70, of the National Institute of Standards and Technology and the University of Colorado, has won the Nobel Prize in physics for his work with quantum systems. He will share the $1.2-million prize with Serge Haroche of the
09.10.2012 [CHANNELS] - Frenchman Serge Haroche and American DavidWineland have been named as the winners of 2012 Nobel Prize in physics for inventing and developing methods for observing tiny quantum particles without destroying them. The Royal Swedish Academy of
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
09.10.2012 [Laboratory Equipment] - Serge Haroche and DavidWineland have independently invented and developed methods for measuring and manipulating individual particles while preserving their quantum-mechanical nature, in ways that were previously thought unattainable. The Nobel
10.10.2012 [Algemeiner] - Serge Haroche. Frenchman Serge Haroche and American DavidWineland have won the 2012 Nobel Prize in physics for inventing and developing methods for observing tiny quantum particles without destroying them. Haroche is from a Jewish family; he was
09.10.2012 [Aljazeera.com] - Serge Haroche of France and DavidWineland of the US will share the 2012 Nobel Prize in physics, and the $1.2m prize pot that goes with it, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has announced. The two have been given the award for their work on the
09.10.2012 Serge Haroche And DavidWineland Share 2012 Nobel Prize In Physics. Awards: Observations of the quantum behavior of particles set the stage for quantum computing. By Elizabeth K. Wilson. Department: Science & ...
09.10.2012 The Nobel Prize in Physics 2012 was awarded jointly to Serge Haroche and David J. Wineland “for ground-breaking experimental methods that enable measuring and manipulation of individual quantum systems” ...
09.10.2012 The 2012 Nobel Prize for Physics has been awarded to Serge Haroche and DavidWineland for their work on controlling quantum systems. The prize is worth SEK 8m (£750,000) and will be shared by the pair, who will receive ...
09.10.2012 Nobody comes to these parts (at least, they shouldn't) looking for insight into atomic physics, quantum optics, and related fields, but hearty congratulations to Serge Haroche and DavidWineland for sharing this year's Nobel ...
09.10.2012 The 2012 Nobel Prize in Physics will be shared by Serge Haroche from France and DavidWineland from US. The two physicists share the Nobel Prize in Physics for their work on “Quantum Optics”. Announcing the Physics ...