I wrote “Programming with MATLAB for Scientists: A Beginner’s Introduction” book which is available at amazon and at the CRC Press.
If you decide to buy the book. Download this flyer and you will get a code for the 20% discount.
Apparently, WM library has free electronics subscription to this book, so you can read it online or download the pdf. Go to CRC Press and click at “For Librarians Available on Taylor & Francis eBooks” link.
pdf, html formats.
My research interests are in the quantum enhanced measurements, and more generally in Atomic, molecular, and optical physics (AMO).
I am a member of the Quantum Optics and AMO WM research groups.
I am also a member of the LIGO Scientific collaboration, a group of more than 1000 scientists worldwide who have joined together in the search for gravitational waves.
The list of my publications is available in html and pdf formats.
Members of our group were highlighted in the following publications
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Dr. Nergis Mavalvala’s group at LIGO Group at MIT
Dr. George Welch’s group at Department of Physics, Texas A&M University
Dr. Vladimir L. Velichansky’s group at Lebedev Physics Institute and Moscow State Engineering-Physics Institute