Dr. Alexandra B. Artusio-Glimpse

Artusio-Glimpse, Alexandra B.
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Area of Expertise: microfabrication, radiation pressure, solar sailing, optics, micromechanical oscillators, MEMS
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ORCID iD: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8289-2393
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Alexandra Artusio-Glimpse, or Aly, has been with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) since 2016 when she started as an NRC Postdoc Fellow developing high-power laser power sensors that utilize radiation pressure for improved measurement precision. She has since moved to the RF Technology Division, where she studies and advances the use of Rydberg atoms for sensing and absolute detection of radio frequency electric fields. This work received both the DOC Gold Metal Award and the Ron Brown Excellence in Innovation Award in 2023. Aly’s research interests span radiation pressure based micromanipulation, space flight, and radiometry, as well as atomic and optical physics, RF communications and metrology, and chip-scale device fabrication. Aly received her PhD in Imaging Science from the Rochester Institute of Technology and received the Outstanding Dissertation Award from the university in 2017. She has been actively involved in several affiliate and advocate groups aiming to support the needs of both early-career researchers and women. She has served in conference organizing committees and is an officer for the IEEE Synthetic Aperture Standards Committee.

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