Joel Alter Greenberg

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Assistant Research Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Appointments and Affiliations
  • Assistant Research Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Contact Information:
  • Office Location: Room 107 Physics, Durham, NC 27708
  • Office Phone: (919) 660-2500
  • Email Address: joel.greenberg@duke.edu
Education:

  • Ph.D. Duke University, 2012

Curriculum Vitae
Specialties:

Atomic, molecular, and optical physics
Nonlinear dynamics and complex systems

Awards, Honors, and Distinctions:

  • Fritz London Fellowship, Duke University Physics Department, September, 2010
  • Physics Graduate Teaching Fellowship, Duke University Physics Department, 2009
  • Preparing Future Faculty Fellow, Duke University Graduate School, 2009
  • John Chambers Fellowship, Fitzpatrick Institute of Photonics (Duke University), September, 2007
  • James B. Duke Fellowship, Duke University, September, 2005

Courses Taught:

    Representative Publications: (More Publications)
      • J.A. Greenberg and D.J. Gauthier, Steady-state, cavity-less, multimode superradiance, submitted for publication (Submitted, 2012).
      • J.A. Greenberg and D.J. Gauthier, High-order optical nonlinearity at low light levels, submitted for publication (Submitted, 2012).
      • R. Zhang, J.A. Greenberg, M. C. Fischer and D. J. Gauthier, Controllable ultra-broadband slow light in a warm Rubidium vapor, J. Opt. Soc. Am. B, vol 28 (2011), pp. 2578.
      • J.A. Greenberg, B.L. Schmittberger, and D.J. Gauthier, Bunching-induced optical nonlinearity and instability in cold atoms [Invited], Opt. Express, vol 19 (2011), pp. 22535.
      • J.A. Greenberg and D.J. Gauthier, Superradiance in an Ultracold Thermal Vapor (2009) [abs].
    Lectures and Invited Talks:
    • Super-charging nonlinear optical processes via cooperative effects., Foz do Iguazu, Brazil,
    • Lamb-Dicke-enhanced free-space superfluorescence in a cold thermal vapor., Houston, TX,
    • Superradiance in an ultracold thermal vapor, OSA NLO (Honolulu, HI),
    • Transient enhancement of the nonlinear atom-photon coupling via recoil-induced resonances, DAMOP (Charlottesville, VA),
    • Investigation of the Saturation Mechanism of Recoil-induced Resonances, DAMOP (State College, PA),
    • Momentum-state Engineering via Recoil-Induced Resonances, Poster presented at annual Fitzpatrick Insitute of Photonics meeting (Duke University, NC),
    • Nonlinear Beam Shaping in an Anisotropic Magneto-optical Trap, Poster presented at DAMOP (State College, PA),
    • Anisotropic MOT for Nonlinear Optical Studies, Poster presented at annual Fitzpatrick Insitute of Photonics meeting (Duke University, NC),
    • Anisotropic MOT for Nonlinear Optical Studies, Poster Presented at Atomic Physics Gordon Conference (Tilton School, NH),
    • Theoretical Optimization of a DAVLL System in Rubidium Vapor, Poster presented at annual Fitzpatrick Insitute of Photonics meeting (Duke University, NC),
    • Determining the ANCs for 13C 12C+n for Nuclear Astrophysics Studies, Poster Presented at APS DNP meeting (Chicago, IL),