User:Tcarroll

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Office: Pfahler 101E

Email: tcarroll AT ursinus DOT edu

Phone: 3121

I've been interested in science for as long as I can remember. Physics became my passion in high school and I carried that through to a Physics major at the University of Richmond. I earned my Phd at Bryn Mawr College under Prof. Michael Noel with a dissertation titled Controllable Rydberg Atom Interactions in a Magneto-Optical Trap.


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Fall 2014

Common Intellectual Experience

General Relativity

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Research

My research focus is on the experimental and computational studies of strongly interacting quantum mechanical systems -- specifically, ultra-cold Rydberg atom interactions. I collaborate with the cold atoms group at Bryn Mawr College, with whom I share a collaborative NSF grant. We tend to do experimental work at Bryn Mawr and computational work here at Ursinus, where we have a 48-core beowulf supercomputer cluster and we are about to build a new 148-core machine.

Here are some recent publications with Ursinus student co-authors:

  • E. Altiere, D. P. Fahey, M. W. Noel, R. J. Smith, and T. J. Carroll, Dipole-dipole interaction between rubidium Rydberg atoms, Phys. Rev. A 84, 053431 (2011).
  • T. J. Carroll, C. Daniel, L. Hoover, T. Sidie, M.W. Noel, Simulations of the dipole-dipole interaction between two spatially separated groups of Rydberg atoms, Phys. Rev. A 80, 052712 (2009).

For more details, visit my research page here.

Conceptual Physics Podcast

Conceptual Physics Podcast

Physics GRE Help

There is plenty of information about the Physics GRE at the Physics GRE Help Desk.

Society of Physics Students

Society of Physics Students Wiki

Past Classes

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Spring 2014

Electricity, Magnetism, and Waves

Modern Physics

Fall 2013

General Physics I

Spring 2013

Electricity, Magnetism, and Waves

Modern Physics

Advanced Lab

Fall 2012

Classical Mechanics

Common Intellectual Experience

Fall 2011

General Physics I

General Relativity

Spring 2011

Electricity, Magnetism, and Waves

Modern Physics

Fall 2010

Spacetime and Quantum Physics

CIE 100

Spring 2010

Electricity, Magnetism, and Waves

Modern Physics

Fall 2009

Spacetime and Quantum Physics

Common Intellectual Experience

Spring 2009

Quantum Mechanics

General Physics II Lab

Fall 2008

General Physics I

Modern Physics

General Physics I Lab

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