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
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
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 [Computerworld] - Prize winners DavidWineland of the University of Colorado Boulder and Serge Haroche of the CollA"ge de France and the Ecole Normale SupA(c)rieure in Paris worked independently, approaching the field from different directions. Wineland developed ways
09.10.2012 DavidWineland, from the University of Colorado, Boulder, used carefully tuned laser pulses to put electrically charged atoms in a state of superposition, for example occupying two different energy levels at once. Haroche and ...
09.10.2012 [Fox 31 KDVR.com] - Serge Haroche of France and DavidWineland of the United States will share the $1.2 million prize, the second of six Nobel Prizes announced this month. Wineland is a professor at the University of Colorado-Boulder. He is CU's fifth Nobel Prize winner
09.10.2012 [CU Boulder News & Events] - David J. Wineland, a lecturer in the University of Colorado Boulder physics department who today won the 2012 Nobel Prize in physics, was described as both “brilliant and humble” by one of his former graduate students. Wineland is a physicist with the
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 [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
18.10.2012 DavidWineland, 68, who lectures at University of Colorado Boulder and works for the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Boulder, grew up in Sacramento and is the brother of longtime Sonora resident Judy ...