Página Pessoal – Docente

Sérgio Ricardo Muniz
Professor Doutor MS-3-1

Email: srmunizifsc.usp.br   
Fone: +55 16 3373-9848 
http://cepof.ifsc.usp.br/

Lattes Lattes   Google Academico Google Scholar   ORCID

FCM/GO - Grupo de Óptica

Áreas e Linhas de Pesquisa:

Construção de um microscópio confocal e pinça óptica.
Simulação Quântica.
Desenvolvimento de técnicas experimentais para produção de potenciais ópticos.

CV resumido:

He holds a bachelor's degree in Physics (1995), followed by a master's degree (1998), a doctorate (2002) and a postdoctoral degree (2004) in Physics Basic. He holds a postdoctoral degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology (GeorgiaTech), Atlanta (2004-2007), and the National Institute of Technology (NIST) in Gaithersburg (2007-2010), in a position of the Joint Quantum Institute (JQI ) With the University of Maryland, working in the prof. William D. Phillips, co-winner of the Nobel Prize in physics in 1997 (for the development of atom-cooling techniques using laser). During his doctorate he also worked with Professors Eric Cornell and Carl Wieman, co-winners of the 2001 Nobel Prize for Physics (for the experimental realization of Bose-Einstein Condensation in ultra-cold gases). He is currently a lecturer at the University of São Paulo, at the IFSC-USP. His main areas of expertise include experimental research in the areas of Optics, Atomic Physics (using ultrafine gases and quantum matter) and Quantum Technology (using NV diamond centers and optical nippers for nanoparticles). He also does research and works in Science Education, especially through USP's Licentiate courses.
Fale conosco
Instituto de Física de São Carlos - IFSC Universidade de São Paulo - USP
Obrigado pela mensagem! Assim que possível entraremos em contato..