Stanley Haan, Professor, Dean for the Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Spoelhof Center 325B, Science Building 180
Area of research
Theoretical atomic physics, especially as relating to the interaction of atoms with high-intensity lasers; science education
- BS, Calvin College, Physics and Mathematics, 1977
- PhD., University of Colorado Boulder, Physics, 1983
- Professor, Calvin College, 1991-present, visiting scholar, University of Rochester (Rochester, NY), 1992-3
- Associate professor, Calvin College, 1985-1991, visitor, JILA (Boulder, CO), 1986
- Assistant professor, Calvin College, 1983-1985, consultant, JILA (Boulder, CO), 1984
- Research associate, JILA, 1983 and assistant professor, University of Colorado at Denver, 1983
Professor Haan has been named a Fellow in the American Physical Society. Read more.
Note: an asterisk by a name indicates an undergraduate assistant.
S.L. Haan, Z.S. Smith,* K.N. Shomsky,* P.W. Plantinga,* and T.L. Atallah,* "Anticorrelated Electrons from High-Intensity Nonsequential Double Ionization of Atoms," Phys. Rev. A 81, 023409 (2010).
K.N. Shomsky,* Z.S. Smith,* and S.L. Haan, "Frustrated Ionization in Non-Sequential Double Ionization: A Classical Model," Phys. Rev. A 79, 061402(R) (2009).
S.L. Haan, Z.S. Smith,* K.N. Shomsky,* and P.W. Plantinga,* "Electron Drift Directions in Strong-Field Double Ionization of Atoms," J. Phys. B 42, 134009 (2009).
S.L. Haan, Z.S. Smith,* K.N. Shomsky,* and P.W. Plantinga,* "Anticorrelated Electrons from Weak Recollisions in Non-Sequential Double Ionization," J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 41 (2008) 211002. This paper was selected for inclusion in IOP Select (November 2008), and was highlighted in Europhysics News 40, Number 1, page 15, (2009).
S.L. Haan, Z.S. Smith,* and J.S. VanDyke,* "Recollision Excitation, Electron Correlation, and the Production of High-Momentum Electrons in Double Ionization," Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 113001 (2008).
S.L. Haan and Z.S. Smith,* "Classical explanation for electrons above the 2Up cutoff in strong-field double ionization at 390 nm", Phys. Rev. A. 76, 053412 (November 2007).