Dr. John Greg Story

Associate Professor

Physics

Specialization:

Experimental Atomic Physics, Nano-Particles, Cloud Physics

Research Interests:

Autoionization of two electron atoms, Dielectronic Recombination, Low energy electron-ion scattering, Laser cooling of atoms, Fundamental measurement theory, Multiphoton excitation and ionization of atoms, Excited state photoionization of atoms, Temporal evolution of excited atoms

Education:

  • 1989: PhD in Physics: University of Southern California, CA

Selected Publications

  • F.D. Blum, S.K. Pillalamarri, L.K. Werake, J.G. Story, M.F. Bertino, and A.T. Tokuhiro,  “Nanometal Containing Nanocomposites and Photolithographic Polyaniline Nanofibers,” Polymer Preprints 47, 405 (2006).
  • M.F. Bertino, R.R. Gadipalli, J.G. Story, C.G. Williams, G. Zhang, C. Sotiriou-Leventis, A.T. Tokuhiro, S. Guha, and N. Leventis, “Laser Writing of Semiconductor Nanoparticles and Quantum Dots,” Appl Phys Lett 85, 6007 (2004).
  • H.N. Ereifej and J.G. Story, “Direct Measurement of Oscillations Between Degenerate Two-Electron Bound-State Configurations in a Rapidly Autoionizing System,” Phys. Rev. A 62, 23404 (2000).
  • J.G. Story and H.N. Ereifej, “Electric Field Controlled, Pulsed Autoionization in Two Electron Wave Packets,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 86, 612 (2001).
  • J. Chen J.G. Story, J.J. Tollett, and R.G. Hulet, "Adiabatic Cooling of Atoms by an Intense Standing Wave," Phys. Rev. Lett. 69, 1344 (1992). 

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