Ye Group

Jun Ye group

Dr. Junyu Lin

I am a postdoc working on the KRb polar molecules experiment. In this project, we use ultracold polar molecules to study many-body physics with dipole-dipole interactions. I completed my Ph.D. in the Wang group at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, where we studied on the control of the collisions between NaRb polar molecules.


I am a VATAT postdoctoral research fellow working on high-precision mid-IR spectroscopy of buffer gas cooled fullerenes.  I earned my PhD in the Fleischer lab at Tel-Aviv University on ultrafast rotational echo spectroscopy and coherent molecular dynamics of gas phase ensembles.


I am an NRC postdoc using XUV frequency combs to search for the anomalously low nuclear transition of thorium-229 with the goal of building a nuclear clock. I completed my Ph.D. in the Engel Group at the University of Chicago studying the relationship between vibronic coupling and evolutionary photoprotection in photosynthetic proteins using two-dimensional electronic spectroscopy.


I work on the KRb experiment, exploring many-body physics with ultracold polar molecules. I received my undergraduate degree in physics from Princeton University and studied condensed matter problems in the Yazdani and the Houck labs.


I am a postdoc working on the strontium lattice clock experiments. I finished my Ph.D. in the Jae-yoon Choi group at KAIST(Korea), where I studied ultracold lithium atoms focusing on quantum gas experiments.


I am a postdoctoral research associate working on laser cooling and trapping of YO molecules. I did my Ph.D. work in the group of Prof. Steven Hoekstra at the University of Groningen, where I worked on the production and Stark deceleration of molecular beams.