Romalis Group

Using atomic physics to probe fundamental symmetries.

CP Violation CPT lab Setup Lorentz Violation South Pole Medical Applications Micah Brain
Magnetometry Mockup magnetometer
Optical NMR
Detection LowFieldApparatus
About our work Presentations Publications
We are Here Summer_2017 We are supported by
Princeton University,
Packard Foundation,



Our experiments are performed by a small group of people and use a variety of experimental techniques and devices, such as optical pumping, NMR, high-Tc SQUID magnetometers, single frequency and high power diode lasers, multi-layer magnetic shields and ultra-low noise electronics. Substantial effort is devoted to detailed understanding and modeling of systematic effects. We are also exploring practical applications of the developed techniques, such as sensitive detection and imaging of the magnetic fields produced by the brain.

Contact Information

Name Email Phone Jadwin Hall Office
PI Mike Romalis romalis AT princeton DOT edu 609-258-5586 230
Research Staff Nezih Dural ndural AT princeton DOT edu 609-258-1602 B29
Mark Limes mlimes AT princeton DOT edu ~ 227

Attaallah Almasi aalmasi AT princeton DOT edu ~ 227

Gianvito Lucivero lucivero AT princeton DOT edu ~ 227
Graduate Students
Junyi Lee junyilee AT princeton DOT edu 609-258-0702 307

Wonjae Lee wanjael AT princeton DOT edu ~ B29
Visiting Researchers
David McDonough ~ ~
Undergraduate Students
Cara L. Giovanetti caralg AT princeton DOT edu ~ ~

Jack Wolfgramm jackvw AT princeton DOT edu ~ B29
Group Fax

609-258-1625 B21
Address Physics Department, Jadwin Hall, Princeton University
Washington Road, Princeton, NJ 08544

Group Photo

Romalis group, summer 2017
Romalis Group Summer 2017
Standing: Mike, David McDonough, Dicke Experiment (Click!), Cara Giovanetti, Mark Limes, Gianvito Lucivero
Sitting: Nezih Dural, Atta Almasi, Junyi Lee, Wonjae Lee
For more info about the study performed by the Dicke group in the 1950's-60's of the
principle of equivalence of gravitation and acceleration, see Roll, Krotkov and Dicke, Ann. Phys. 26 442 (1964).

Former group members.