Nolan is currently a PhD candidate in the Schleier-Smith Lab in the Department of Physics. He specializes in atomic, molecular, and optical (AMO) physics, chemical physics, and materials science with a developing interest in bioengineering. Beyond his research career, Nolan is an accomplished cellist and is interested in climbing, reading, and nature.
Honors & Awards
Hertz Fellow, The Fannie and John Hertz Foundation (2020)
Education & Certifications
Bachelor of Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Physics (2020)
Bachelor of Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Music (2020)
- Faraday effect in polycrystalline Mn-doped InSb for LWIR applications OPTICAL MATERIALS EXPRESS 2021; 11 (8): 2618-2626
- Magneto-optical properties of InSb for infrared spectral filtering JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 2021; 129 (20)