John M. Doyle
John M. Doyle
Professor of Physics, Harvard University
Verified email at physics.harvard.edu
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Magnetic trapping of calcium monohydride molecules at millikelvin temperatures
JD Weinstein, R DeCarvalho, T Guillet, B Friedrich, JM Doyle
Nature 395 (6698), 148-150, 1998
10191998
Magnetic trapping of calcium monohydride molecules at millikelvin temperatures
JD Weinstein, R DeCarvalho, T Guillet, B Friedrich, JM Doyle
Nature 395 (6698), 148-150, 1998
10191998
Order of magnitude smaller limit on the electric dipole moment of the electron
J Baron, WC Campbell, D DeMille, JM Doyle, G Gabrielse, YV Gurevich, ...
Science 343 (6168), 269-272, 2014
7652014
Quo vadis, cold molecules?
J Doyle, B Friedrich, RV Krems, F Masnou-Seeuws
The European Physical Journal D-Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma …, 2004
5112004
A coherent all-electrical interface between polar molecules and mesoscopic superconducting resonators
A André, D DeMille, JM Doyle, MD Lukin, SE Maxwell, P Rabl, ...
Nature Physics 2 (9), 636-642, 2006
4872006
Hybrid quantum processors: molecular ensembles as quantum memory for solid state circuits
P Rabl, D DeMille, JM Doyle, MD Lukin, RJ Schoelkopf, P Zoller
Physical review letters 97 (3), 033003, 2006
4702006
Evaporative cooling of spin-polarized atomic hydrogen
N Masuhara, JM Doyle, JC Sandberg, D Kleppner, TJ Greytak, HF Hess, ...
Physical Review Letters 61 (8), 935, 1988
4561988
Buffer-gas loading of atoms and molecules into a magnetic trap
JM Doyle, B Friedrich, J Kim, D Patterson
Physical Review A 52 (4), R2515, 1995
3691995
Improved limit on the electric dipole moment of the electron
V Andreev, NR Hutzler
Nature 562 (7727), 355-360, 2018
3482018
Magnetic trapping of spin-polarized atomic hydrogen
HF Hess, GP Kochanski, JM Doyle, N Masuhara, D Kleppner, TJ Greytak
Physical review letters 59 (6), 672, 1987
3461987
Enantiomer-specific detection of chiral molecules via microwave spectroscopy
D Patterson, M Schnell, JM Doyle
Nature 497 (7450), 475-477, 2013
2922013
The buffer gas beam: an intense, cold, and slow source for atoms and molecules
NR Hutzler, HI Lu, JM Doyle
Chemical reviews 112 (9), 4803-4827, 2012
2842012
Manipulation of molecules with electromagnetic fields
M Lemeshko, RV Krems, JM Doyle, S Kais
Molecular Physics 111 (12-13), 1648-1682, 2013
2382013
Two-photon spectroscopy of trapped atomic hydrogen
CL Cesar, DG Fried, TC Killian, AD Polcyn, JC Sandberg, AY Ite, ...
Physical review letters 77 (2), 255, 1996
2361996
Hydrogen in the submillikelvin regime: Sticking probability on superfluid
JM Doyle, JC Sandberg, AY Ite, CL Cesar, D Kleppner, TJ Greytak
Physical review letters 67 (5), 603, 1991
2291991
Hydrogen in the submillikelvin regime: Sticking probability on superfluid
JM Doyle, JC Sandberg, AY Ite, CL Cesar, D Kleppner, TJ Greytak
Physical review letters 67 (5), 603, 1991
2291991
High-flux beam source for cold, slow atoms or molecules
SE Maxwell, N Brahms, R deCarvalho, DR Glenn, JS Helton, SV Nguyen, ...
Physical Review Letters 95 (17), 173201, 2005
2122005
High-flux beam source for cold, slow atoms or molecules
SE Maxwell, N Brahms, R deCarvalho, DR Glenn, JS Helton, SV Nguyen, ...
Physical Review Letters 95 (17), 173201, 2005
2122005
Buffer-gas loaded magnetic traps for atoms and molecules: A primer
R deCarvalho, JM Doyle, B Friedrich, T Guillet, J Kim, D Patterson, ...
The European Physical Journal D-Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma …, 1999
1951999
Bright, guided molecular beam with hydrodynamic enhancement
D Patterson, JM Doyle
The Journal of chemical physics 126 (15), 154307, 2007
1862007
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