Our research program to measure the electron's electric dipole moment using a cold, slow and intense beam of BaF molecules
We optically levitate and cool nanospheres, to explore their use as sensitive sensors.
Bart Schellenberg, Mina Morshed Behbahani, Nithesh Balasubramanian, Ties H. Fikkers, Steven Hoekstra
Applied Physics Letters, vol. 123(11), 2023
A. Boeschoten, V. R. Marshall, T. B. Meijknecht, A. Touwen, H. L. Bethlem, A. Borschevsky, S. Hoekstra, J. W. F. van Hofslot, K. Jungmann, M. C. Mooij, R. G. E. Timmermans, W. Ubachs, L. Willmann
Gordon Arrowsmith-Kron, Michail Athanasakis-Kaklamanakis, Mia Au, Jochen Ballof, Robert Berger, Anastasia Borschevsky, Alexander A. Breier, Fritz Buchinger, Dmitry Budker, Luke Caldwell, Christopher Charles, Nike Dattani, Ruben P. de Groote, David DeMille, Timo Dickel, Jacek Dobaczewski, Christoph E. Düllmann, Ephraim Eliav, Jon Engel, Mingyu Fan, Victor Flambaum, Kieran T. Flanagan, Alyssa Gaiser, Ronald Garcia Ruiz, Konstantin Gaul, Thomas F. Giesen, Jacinda Ginges, Alexander Gottberg, Gerald Gwinner, Reinhard Heinke, Steven Hoekstra, Jason D. Holt, Nicholas R. Hutzler, Andrew Jayich, Jonas Karthein, Kyle G. Leach, Kirk Madison, Stephan Malbrunot-Ettenauer, Takayuki Miyagi, Iain D. Moore, Scott Moroch, Petr Navrátil, Witold Nazarewicz, Gerda Neyens, Eric Norrgard, Nicholas Nusgart, Lukáš F. Pašteka, Alexander N. Petrov, Wolfgang Plass, Roy A. Ready, Moritz Pascal Reiter, Mikael Reponen, Sebastian Rothe, Marianna Safronova, Christoph Scheidenberger, Andrea Shindler, Jaideep T. Singh, Leonid V. Skripnikov, Anatoly V. Titov, Silviu-Marian Udrescu, Shane G. Wilkins, Xiaofei Yang
ArXiv, 2023, pp. arXiv:2302.02165
May Lee, Cormac Larkin, Steven Hoekstra
Education Sciences, vol. 13, 2023, p. 321
1st year physics, applied physics and astronomy
I have taught this course from 2017-2023. The number of students has grown gradually, to about 340 students in 2022-2023.
2nd year physics, applied physics and astronomy
I have started teaching this course in 2019, and I have transformed it from traditional teaching to problem-based learning. Typically about 190 students take this course.
For honours college students of FSE.
I have given this course in 2019-2021. for about 25 students, twice a year.
3rd year broadening minor - university wide.
This is a course on quantum physics for non-physics students, part of the broadening minor 'Einstein's Physics: Space-time and Parallel Worlds'. About ~ 150 students take this course.
For the Senior teaching qualification program in which I was enrolled in 2022-2023, I have developed an educational philosophy statement, which you can find through the link below.