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About Michael J. Lim

My research interests are primarily related to laser cooling of atoms, with a focus on the formation of ultracold atomic plasmas and (in conjunction with the Dumke group at NTU, Singapore) trapping of laser-cooled atoms with superconducting magnetic traps. I am also currently collaborating with Rowan engineering on a portable, high resolution LIBS system for chemometrics of geological aggregates.

Positions

Present Professor, Physics & Astronomy, Rowan University College of Science & Mathematics
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Education

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Postdoctoral, Bryn Mawr College ‐ Physics
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PhD, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor ‐ Physics
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Postdoctoral, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg ‐ Physics
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BS, Harvard University ‐ Physics
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