Wolfgang Ketterle

Director at Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Harvard Center for Ultracold Atoms

Wolfgang Ketterle

Wolfgang Ketterle

Director at Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Harvard Center for Ultracold Atoms

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President at Center for Excellence in Education

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Dean, School of Science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Adjunct Professor of Electrical Engineering-Electrical Engineering & Computer Science at Research Laboratory of Electronics at MIT

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Former Managing Director at Ellington Management Group LLC

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Co-Founder at No Labels

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Former Head, Commission for Education & Culture at Parliament of Lebanon

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Member of the Editorial Board at Journal of Student Financial Aid

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Associate Professor of Surgery at Harvard University - Harvard Medical School

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Gordon McKay Professor of Applied Mathematics at Harvard University - Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

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Director, Geographic Medicine Center of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Johns Hopkins Medicine, Inc.

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Wolfgang Ketterle
Director at Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Harvard Center for Ultracold Atoms
Education
Ph.D. in Physics
Class of 1986
Diploma
Class of 1982
Career History
John D MacArthur Professor
Current

The School of Science provides each of its undergraduates with an understanding of the basic elements of biology, chemistry, mathematics and physics. Some of our most famous faculty members, even a few with Nobel Prizes, are also some of the best teachers of our first-year subjects. In addition to being prepared to enter research, industry, or academia, our students—graduate and undergraduate—often pursue medical, law, or business degrees and are uniquely prepared to make creative contributions to the world.

Associate Director
Current

The Research Laboratory of Electronics (RLE) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) was the first of the Institute’s great modern interdepartmental academic research centers. Today, we are one of MIT’s largest such organizations, and the most diverse research laboratory at MIT in our scope of intellectual interests. Research in RLE encompasses an extensive range of natural and man-made phenomena, and our projects are both basic and applied. Common among all RLE efforts is an expansive 21st century interpretation of the 20th century term “electronics,” starting at the most basic physical realm of particles and quantum physics and extending all the way to sophisticated engineering application technologies relevant to today and critical to tomorrow.

Boards & Committees
Political Donations
$200
2012
$250
2010
$200
2008
Awards & Honors
2001
Nobel Prize in Physics
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