- October 24, 2022: Our paper "Atom Interferometry with Floquet Atom Optics" has been published as Editor's Suggestion in this week's issue of Physical Review Letters! This work is also featured in a Physics magazine viewpoint article "Toward Flawless Atom Optics".
- May 16, 2022: Our newest paper is on the arXiv! We set a new record for LMT atom interferometry using Floquet Atom Optics, demonstrating interferometers with momentum separations beyond 400ℏk.
- April 12, 2022: Congratulations to *Dr.* TJ Wilkason, the first graduate student in the Hogan group to receive a Ph.D.!
- July 9, 2021: Our paper "Matter-wave Atomic Gradiometer Interferometric Sensor (MAGIS-100)" has been published in Quantum Science and Technology in a special issue on Quantum Sensors for New-Physics Discoveries!
- April 7, 2021: We wrote a comprehensive paper about our 100m-baseline atom interferometer project MAGIS-100 at Fermilab. Available on the arXiv today!
- February 28, 2020: Our paper "Large Momentum Transfer Clock Atom Interferometry on the 689 nm Intercombination Line of Strontium" has been published in Physical Review Letters!
- October 12, 2019: We just uploaded our first experimental paper to the arXiv. It's the first demonstration of Large Momentum Transfer Clock Atom Interferometry!
- August 7, 2019: Congratulations to Ben Garber for being awarded the NDSEG Fellowship!
In the Press
February 1: New Instrument Will Stretch Atoms into Giant Waves, Scientific American
October 21: How frozen atoms could help us learn more from gravitational waves, MIT Technology Review
September 26: A different kind of gravitational wave detector, Phys.org
September 26: MAGIS-100: Atoms in free fall to probe dark matter, gravity and quantum science, Fermilab News
September 25: Stanford experiment harnesses atoms to detect gravitational waves, Stanford News