Jason R. Petta

Jason Petta is an assistant professor in the department of physics at Princeton University. His research is focused on the control of quantum coherence in semiconductor nanostructures (http://pettagroup.princeton.edu).

Jason R. Petta Published April 6, 2009

Magnetism | Semiconductor Physics

A quantum dot refrigerator that cools an electron gas close to 100mK may allow experimentalists to better probe electron-electron interactions in quantum confined systems.