Keynote and Plenary Speakers
"How symmetric is the electron? Looking for out-of-roundness of 10-14 femtometers"
NIST Quantum Physics Division
Nobel Laureate, NIST Fellow
PLENARY TALKS / SPEAKERS
Chief, NIST Atomic Physics Division, Coordinator, NIST Quantum Information Program
The Ubiquitous SQUID: Ultrasensitive Measurements
University of California, Berkeley, Professor of Physics, Condensed Matter Experiment
Imaging Magnetic Surfaces with Atomic Resolution
Argonne National Laboratory, Center for Nanoscale Materials
IEEE Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecturer for 2007
History of Time and Frequency in Boulder
Former Chief (retired), NIST Time and Frequency Division
Laser Cooling and Better Clocks
NIST Time and Frequency Division, NIST Fellow
CPEM 2008 will also include three Special Sessions:
Redefinition of the SI
Nanoscale Electromagnetic Metrology
Quantum Hall Effect and Resistance Standards
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