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Department of Physics

Staff profile

Dr Kevin Weatherill, MPhys, Ph.D.

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Senior Lecturer in the Department of Physics
Telephone: +44 (0) 191 33 43666
Room number: 118

(email at k.j.weatherill@durham.ac.uk)

Research Groups

  • Atomic and Molecular Physics

Research Interests

  • Cold Ion and Electron Beams from Laser-cooled Atoms
  • Quantum Interfaces: Integrating Light, Atoms and Solid State Devices
  • Rydberg Non-linear optics

Indicators of Esteem

Selected Publications

Chapter in book

  • Pritchard, J.D., Weatherill, K.J. & Adams, C.S. (2013). Nonlinear optics using cold Rydberg atoms. In Annual Review of Cold Atoms and Molecules. Kirk Madison Yiqiu Wang, Ana Maria Rey & Prof Kai Bongs World Scientific. 1: 301-350.

Conference Proceeding

Doctoral Thesis

Journal Article

Newspaper/Magazine Article

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Related Links

Media Contacts

Available for media contact about:

  • Physics: Atom-light interactions.
  • Atomic and Molecular Physics: Atom-light interactions.
  • Physics: Quantum and atomic physics
  • Atomic and Molecular Physics: Quantum and atomic physics
  • Atomic particles: Basic matter:

Selected Grants

  • 2017: QUARTZ: Quantum teRaherTZ Sensor using rydberg atoms (£165199.00 from Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council)
  • 2016: Microwave and THz Sensing using Rydberg Atoms (£10000.00 from University of Birmingham)
  • 2016: PhD Studentship on THz Sensing and Imaging (£36000.00 from M Squared Lasers Ltd)
  • 2015: Compact ion-sources based on surface-patterned atom chips (£100136.00 from Epsrc)
  • 2015: Quantum optics in thermal strontium vapour (£14944.00 from The Royal Society)
  • 2015: Rydberg soft matter (£609091.00 from Epsrc)
  • 2013: Cold ion production by photoionisation of ultracold atoms with stablised lasers (£6000.00 from The Royal Society)
  • 2013: Paul Instrument Fund (£73694.00 from The Royal Society)
  • 2012: Atomic spectroscopy with BLU-RAY laser diodes (£1440.00 from The Nuffield Foundation)
  • 2011: Development of a diode laser system at 610mm (£1440.00 from The Nuffield Foundation)

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