This is a little late, but the sunshine only started in Seattle a few weeks ago, so I forgot that it was summer :]
Farewell to David Nufer, Rob McClure, and Jeff Booth who are gone at internships. We look forward to seeing you again in the fall, and I hope to have exciting progress to report then. Also, congratulation to John Williams for graduating, and to Aaron Avril for deferring admission to graduate school.
To fill the hole left in the my heart, we have three new students working on the pulse programmer this summer. Everyone please give it up for:
Harshad Petwe, a rising sophomore who is a CSE major hopeful. He will be working on automated testing and putting a yellow box online by the end of this summer (we have to beat the Soviets).
Our next two undergrads hail all the way from Boris's ion trap lab.
Bing Chen (electrical engineering) and Kate Mitchell (physics and computer science) will be helping me get state detection and PMT counting to work with the yellow box, in addition to its frequency scanning prowess.