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Claire Cramer develops novel techniques to improve the precision of astronomical spectroscopy, stellar radiometry and absolute stellar spectroradiometry using tunable lasers. Her interests include laser-based calibration and characterization of astronomical cameras and spectrographs, ground-based atmospheric monitoring for astronomy and climate science, reducing sources of systematic uncertainty in dark energy measurements, and precision laboratory tests of fundamental symmetries.
Sensor Science Division
Laser Applications Group
2010-present, NIST, Gaithersburg, MD
2007-2010, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Ph.D. Physics, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
B.S. Physics, Brown University, Providence, RI
Phone: (301) 975-4845