19116 Gunnerfield Ln.
Germantown, MD 20874
450 Beacon St.
Boston, MA 02115
(617) 267-4935 x31
Research position with primary focus on experimental design and data analysis. Positions that deal with quantum optics or information theory would be most desirable.
2001-Present: MIT Lincoln Laboratory Optical Communications Group- Work to develop technology for a multiplexed quantum cryptography system. Broadband, frequency entangled light from a down-conversion source is being used to implement multiple channels in a fiber-based cryptography system.
1998- 2001: Quantum Imaging Laboratory at Boston University- Designed and conducted experiments exploring the physics of entangled photon pairs. The work focused on developing correlation interferometry techniques with circularly polarized light.
1996- 2000: National Institute of Standards and Technology Infrared Technology Group- Developed applications of correlated photons including absolute radiance and polarization mode dispersion measurement techniques. These are some of the first measurement techniques that do not rely on externally calibrated standards, but on features of quantum mechanics that make them inherently absolute.
Dauler, E., et al., A Program for Non-Collinear Phase-Matching Applications. Optics Letters, (in press). [abs]
Broeuf N, Branning D, Chaperot I, Dauler E, et al., Calculating Characteristics of Non-collinear Phase-Matching in Uniaxial and Biaxial Crystals. Optical Engineering, 39 (4): 1016-1024 APR 2000. [abs]
Dauler, E., et al., Tests of a Two-Photon Technique for Measuring Optical Delay With Subfemtosecond Precision. Journal of Research of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, 104 (1): 1-10 JAN-FEB 1999. [abs]
Migdall A. L., Dauler, E., et al., Test of an Omnipresent Standard for Absolute Spectral Radiance Measurements. Analytica Chimica Acta, 380 (2-3): 311-316 FEB 2 1999. [abs]
Dauler, E., et al., Measuring Absolute Infrared Spectral Radiance With Correlated Photons: New Arrangements for Improved Uncertainty and Extended IR Range. Metrologia, 35 (4): 295-300 1998. [abs]
Tau Beta Pi and Eta Kappa Nu honor societies
Hobbies: Biking, Backpacking