Congrats to Dr. Smitha Janardan!

Tuesday, November 14, 2017 - 7:19am
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Please join us in congratulating Dr. Smitha Janardan from Dr. Ken Brown’s group, on the completion of her Ph.D. degree. Dr. Janardan came to our program in 2013 from University of Texas. Her research, summarized in a thesis  titled “Simulations of Multi-Photon Dissociation of Calcium Monohydride and Calcium Monodeuteride Ions,” provided insights into the fascinating world of isolated molecular species at ultra-cold temperatures under electromagnetic excitation. A list of her Georgia Tech publications is shown below. 

Dr. Janardan is currently considering many options for her post-degree life, and we look forward to following her on the next stage in her exciting career.



Rugango, R.; Calvin, A. T.; {Janardan, S.}; Shu, G., Brown, K. R. Vibronic spectroscopy of sympathetically cooled CaH+. ChemPhysChem, 2016, 17, 3764.

Guti'errez, M.; Smith, C.; Lulushi, L.; {Janardan, S.}; Brown, K. R. Errors and pseudothresholds for incoherent and coherent noise. Phys. Rev. A, 2016, 94, 042338.

Janardan, S.; Tomita, Y.; Guti\'errez, M.; Brown, K. R. Analytical error analysis of Clifford gates by the fault-path tracer method. Quantum Inf Process, 2016, 15, 3065.

Cundari, T. R.; {Janardan, S.}; Olatunji-Ojo, O.; Wilson, B. R. A first-principles study of diatomic NiAl: ground state, structure, and spectroscopic constants. Int. J. Quantum Chem., 2011, 111, 4303.

Condoluci, J. J.; {Janardan, S.}; Calvin, A. T.; Shu, G., Brown, K. R. Isotopic effect on analysis for spectroscopy of sympathetically cooled CaH+, in preparation.

Calvin, A. T.; {Janardan, S.}; Condoluci, J. J.; Rugango, R.; Pretzsch, E.; Shu, G., Brown, K. R. Rovibronic spectroscopy of sympathetically cooled CaH+ using Fourier transform femtosecond pulse shaping, in preparation.

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