Dr David Pulford

Dr David Pulford
Department
Department of Quantum Science
Quantum Science & Technology
Office phone
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Email
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Physics 1 07

Biography

David Pulford is a Senior Research Scientist in the Technology Futures and Forecasting Group within Strategic Capability Analysis Branch of DST’s Joint and Operations Analysis Division.  He began his career with the Defence Science and Technology Organisation as a Cadet Research Scientist, completing his PhD in 1994 in Applied Physics at the Australian National University. The title of his thesis was “Coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering in a free piston shock tunnel”.  

Since 1994 David has worked for DST on a range of projects which have crossed a variety of fields including: optical sensing, optical communications technology, acoustics, atomic and molecular spectroscopy, quantum key distribution, quantum computing and quantum sensing.  David also worked at the Laboratory for Physical Sciences at the University of Maryland on a long-term attachment in the late 90’s.

In 2016 David was awarded a Chief Defence Scientist Fellowship to investigate development of compact atomic clocks and prospects for their synchronization using entanglement at the ANU. He also facilitates Defence funded research projects and collaborates with researchers predominantly at the ANU, but also at the University of Adelaide and University of Queensland, in the Quantum Technology domain.

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