Young JILA Scientists Take Home Honors at Boulder Laboratories Postdoctoral Poster Symposium

Published: 07-06-2011
Arman Cingoz, recognized for his work on extreme ultraviolet frequency combs. Credit: Marilyn Yetzbacher.

Arman Cingoz and Brian Neyenhuis won awards for work presented at a recent Boulder Laboratories Postdoctoral Poster Symposium. The symposium was held June 22, 2011, from 1:00 to 5:00 pm in the main lobby of the Radio Building at the National Institute of Standards and Technology's Boulder campus.

Participants gave brief oral slide presentations describing the key points of their poster presentations. The poster session followed the talks and continued for the remainder of the event.

 During the event, Cingoz and Neyenhuis were recognized for their outstanding poster presentations. Cingoz, who is a postdoc in Jun Ye's lab, won the award for a poster entitled "Power Scaling of Extreme UV Frequency Combs Beyond the 10 mW Level." Neyenhius, who is a graduate student with Jun Ye and Debbie Jin, was recognized for his poster entitled "Light-matter interactions of ultracold polar KRb molecules."

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