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Elizabeth Donley

Elizabeth Donley

American physicist
Elizabeth Donley
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Intro American physicist
Is Scientist Physicist
From United States of America
Type Science
Gender female
Birth 5 April 1970
Age 50 years
Star sign Aries
Education
ETH Zurich
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Biography

Elizabeth Ann Donley (born April 5, 1970) is an American physicist. She is a researcher in the time and frequency division at the Physical Measurement Laboratory. Donley's research areas include the operation and development of atomic fountain clocks and chip scale atomic devices and instruments.

Education

Donley was born on April 5, 1970. She completed a B.S. in physics from University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 1994. Donley earned a M.S. in physics at University of Colorado Boulder in 1996. Donley completed her doctoral studies in Switzerland. She earned a Ph.D. in natural sciences from ETH Zurich in 2000. Her thesis was titled Single-molecule spectroscopy at subkelvin temperatures. Donley's doctoral advisor was Urs Wild [de]. Frédéric Merkt [de] was a co-examiner of her dissertation. During her doctoral research, she worked closely with Taras Plakhotnik and Alois Renn. David P. Shelton was a mentor of Donley.

Career

She joined the National Institute of Standards and Technology in 2002 as a research physicist in the time and frequency division at the Physical Measurement Laboratory. Donley's research areas include the operation and development of atomic fountain clocks and chip scale atomic devices and instruments.

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