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Schools that are strong in tabletop fundamental physics?


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Hey! So I'll be applying to grad schools this fall. Trying to make a list of schools that do tabletop fundamental physics experiments, e.g. microsphere levitation, atomic clock dark matter detection, etc.

So here's the schools I'm considering that have (some) faculty doing this kind of research I want, I didn't list everyone:

MIT: Winslow, Conrad

UChicago: Collar

Northwestern: Geraci, Gabrielse, Kovachy, everyone else at CFP

Stanford: Gratta, Kapuitulnk, Irwin

Columbia: Karagiorgi

Princeton: Romalis

Caltech: Hutzler

I'm also looking to apply to Harvard, Brown, and UPenn, but I haven't been able to find people that really hone in on this subfield I want to work in. Does anybody know people in this field or schools that are strong in tabletop fundamental physics? I'm also interested in intersections with quantum info. science if that helps.

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