Trey Porto

Senior Investigator

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Trey Porto is a physicist at the National Institute of Standard and Technology and a co-director of the Physics Frontier Center at the Joint Quantum Institute at the University of Maryland. He leads a research group that focuses on ultra-cold gases of Rubidium atoms and Ytterbium/Rubidium mixtures, with the goals of studying novel condensed matter systems and engineering quantum control over many-body systems, including dissipative baths. Porto received his doctorate in physics from Cornell University in 1996.