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Harald Hess

Harald Hess

    PhD
Chevy Chase, Maryland    United States of America
Medical Physics
Medical Physics, Biophysics,...More
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Biography :

Harald Hess is an experimentalist who has contributed to several fields across physics and biology. After a PhD in Physics at Princeton in 1982, Harald Hess pursued hydrogen atom trapping and its Bose-Einstein condensation, BEC, at MIT as a postdoc. There he conceived of evaporative cooling as the means to achieve BEC which contributed to the 2001 Nobel Prize in Physics. At Bell Labs, he developed various low-temperature scanning probe microscopes to visualize diverse physics phenomenon, such as vortices in superconductors, at Bell Labs. After 1997 he spent 8 years in industry developing advanced equipment for hard disk drive and semiconductor inspection and production.

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Medical Physics

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Medical Physics, Biophysics, Cellular Biology, Adapting Microscope Technology, Applied Physical Sciences, Experimental Physics

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