PFGriffin_2015-06-18 Dr Paul Griffin
Chancellor’s Fellow 

Department of Physics
University of Strathclyde
107 Rottenrow East
Glasgow G4 0NG
United Kingdom
Office:  John Anderson 3.08(3)
Phone: (+44) 141 548 5813
Fax:      (+44) 141 552 2891

Atom optics
Atom Optics

I did my PhD in the AtMol group at the University of Durham after studying Applied Physics at the University of Limerick. Previously I have been a postdoc in Mike Chapman’s group at Georgia Tech and held a year-long guest researcher position, supported by the Marie Curie CO-FUND, at NIST, Gaithersburg in the group of Paul Lett. I was awarded a five-year long Royal Society of Edinburgh/Scottish Government Personal Research Fellowship in 2009, and now currently hold a Chancellor’s Fellowship.
I am a member of the UK Quantum Technology Hub for Sensors and Metrology, taking part in efforts to build next-generation atomic clocks, magnetometers, and rotation sensors.
My research is mainly interested in cold and quantum-degenerate gases, atom-interferometry, and applications of cold-atom technology.


PhD and postdoc positions in fundamental and applied research in atomic physics and quantum mechanics become available through the year. Please contact me directly for more information.



Details at PureResearcherID, or at Google Scholar.

RSE/Scottish Government Marie Curie Personal Research Fellow