Anderson, Dana Z.
Founder & CTO
Dana Z. Anderson is a Fellow of the JILA Institute at the University of Colorado and a Professor of the Department of Physics and the Department of Electrical, Computer and Energy and Engineering at the University. He is an applied physicist working in the areas of quantum optics, atomic physics and precision measurement. His research includes the development of atom based inertial sensors, quantum communications systems, quantum computing and atomtronics. Prof. Anderson is also Founder and CTO of ColdQuanta, Inc., a company that develops and manufactures atom-based quantum technology. Amoung other activities, ColdQuanta is currently operating on the International Space Station under NASA’s Cold Atom Laboratory (CAL) mission.
Dr Anderson has received several awards including the Optical Society of America's R.W. Wood Prize and the CO-LABS Governor's Award for foundational contributions ultracold matter technology. He currently serves on the Steering Committee of the Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C).Go Back