Dr Manan Jain is a research fellow working on the project of low phase noise. He conducts his research in areas of high precision metrology with cold atoms and in exactly solvable models in statistical mechanics. Other than designing simulations and helping build experiment on low phase noise, his other active areas of research are gravity gradiometry, cold atom modulation and mathematical physics.
PhD in Physics, University of Florence, 2020
MPhil in Physics, University of Mumbai, 2017
MSc in Physics, University of Mumbai, 2015
“Measuring the gravitational acceleration with matter-wave velocimetry”, G. D'Amico, L. Cacciapuoti, M. Jain, S. Zhan, and G. Rosi, Eur. Phys. J. D., 73:98 (2019).
“Detecting gravitational waves with atomic sensors”,
G. Rosi, A. Vicere, L. Cacciapuoti, G. D'Amico, L. Hu, M.
Jain, N. Poli, L. Salvi, E. Wang and G. M. Tino, published in AIIPS conference proceedings (2019), IL NUOVO CIMENTO 41 C (2018) 130.
“Testing gravity with atomic quantum sensors on ground and in space”, Leonardo Salvi, Luigi Cacciapuoti, Giulio D'Amico, Liang Hu, Manan Jain, Nicola Poli, Gabriele Rosi, Enlong Wang, and Guglielmo. M. Tino, SPIE Proceedings, Quantum Technologies 2018; 1067409.
“Classical System Underlying a Diffracting Quantum Billiard”, Manan Jain, Pramana – J. Phys., 90:20 (2018).
“Kac’s ring: The case of four colours”, Manan Jain, Pramana – J. Phys., 88:64 (2017).
“From adiabatic invariance to Wien’s displacement law”, S. R. Jain and Manan Jain, Resonance 19, 1058 (2014).
“Thermal Wind-Tree Model”, Manan Jain, Student Journal of Physics 5, 55 (2013).