Subhadeep Gupta

Ultracold Atoms and Molecules Research

at the University of Washington

"It takes Bose hands to work with a BEC MOT..."


Deep grew up in Kolkata. He obtained his B.A. from Colgate University and PhD from MIT. He was then a post-doc at UC Berkeley before joining the UW physics department in Fall 2007.

Curriculum Vitae

Publication List (including talks)

Classes taught:
Undergraduate Atomic Physics (Phys 421); Win08, Win09, Spr10, Spr14
Optics Laboratory (Phys 331); Spr08, Spr09, Fall09.
Graduate Atomic Physics (Phys 550); Win11, Win13.
Introductory Electromagnetism (Phys 122); Spr11, Spr12.
Special Topics: Quantum Gases (Phys 576); Win12.
Senior Honors Seminar/Seminar on Current Problems in Physics (Phys 485/494); Fall13.
Modern Physics Laboratory - Condensed Matter (Phys 431); Win13.

Deep is a director of the NSF sponsored summer REU program in the UW Physics department.

 

Selected Previous Research Work



Trapped Atoms
Cavity QED with ultracold atoms
Atoms being flushed
Magnetic storage ring for ultracold atoms

Image of BEC and Graph
Strongly Interacting Fermi Degenerate Gases
Graph
Contrast Interferometry with BECs