John D. Perreault

John is a Senior Optical Physicist and has worked on projects within Google, Google[x], and Google Life Sciences. His interests include emerging optics applications, biomedical imaging/microscopy, computational displays/photography, atomic physics, optical physics, nonlinear optics, quantum mechanics, holography, spectroscopy, Fourier optics, remote sensing, electrodynamic simulations, and numerical solutions to partial differential equations. He has 29 scientific publications and conference presentations, and 13 patents pending. John received his B.Sc in Physics from the University of New Hampshire, Ph.D. in Optical Sciences from the University of Arizona, and held a National Research Council Postdoctoral Fellowship at NIST.

Google Publications

Previous Publications

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    Coherent atom-molecule oscillations in a Bose-Fermi mixture

    M. L. Olsen, John D. Perreault, T. D. Cumby, D. S. Jin

    Physical Review A, vol. 80 (2009), 030701(R)

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    Matter-Wave Decoherence due to a Gas Environment in an Atom Interferometer

    Hermann Uys, John D. Perreault, Alexander D. Cronin

    Physical Review Letters, vol. 95 (2005), pp. 150403

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    Observation of Atom Wave Phase Shifts Induced by Van Der Waals Atom-Surface Interactions

    John D. Perreault, Alexander D. Cronin

    Physical Review Letters, vol. 95 (2005), pp. 133201

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    Using atomic diffraction of Na from material gratings to measure atom-surface interactions

    John D. Perreault, Alexander D. Cronin

    Physical Review A, vol. 71 (2005), pp. 053612