Daniel received his PhD from Durham University in 2013 studying photon storage in an ultracold Rydberg gas.
After his PhD Daniel was stationed at CERN while working as a postdoctoral researcher for Swansea University, where he worked on the synthesis and spectroscopy of antihydrogen atoms.
Daniel joined NPL in 2021 as a Senior Research Scientist in the ion microtraps team, where he is working on the test and evaluation of three-dimensional ion traps to be used for quantum information processing and metrology.
Areas of Interest
- Ion microtraps for quantum technologies
- Scalability of ion microtraps for quantum information processing
- Tests of fundamental physics using precision spectroscopy and quantum sensing