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2001 Nobel Prize in Physics

Bose-Einstein Condensate: A New Form of Matter
Carl E. Wieman and Eric A. Cornell


Distinguished Professor Carl E. Wieman of the University of Colorado at Boulder and Senior Scientist Eric A. Cornell of the National Institute of Standards and Technology received the 2001 Nobel Prize in physics.

Wieman is a distinguished professor of physics and has taught at CU-Boulder since 1984. Cornell is a senior scientist at NIST and an adjoint professor of physics at CU-Boulder. Both are fellows of JILA, a joint institute of CU-Boulder and NIST. More >>



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  Eric Cornell and Carl Wieman

Carl E. Wieman and Eric A. Cornell

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University of Colorado at Boulder Nobel Prize Recipients

JILA's Bose-Einstein Condensate Web Site

Physics 2000 Interactive Demo

The Nobel Prize

Carl E. Wieman, 2004 U.S. Professor of the Year

Contact Information

Peter Caughey, (303) 492-6431 (CU)

Pat Schassburger, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) (303) 497-3246

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