Winfield Hill

Winfield Hill

Director of Electronics and Engineering
Winfield Hill

As the Director of Electronics Engineering at the Rowland Institute, Win oversees a fully appointed electronics engineering laboratory with a dedicated staff and three instrumentation benches (including one for use by other Institute members), an extensive suite of electronic test and measurement instrumentation, and a substantial inventory of electronic parts, e.g., including about 850 different types of ICs. The Electronics Engineering Lab designs and fabricates most of the critical electronic instrumentation found throughout the Institute.

Selected Publications

  • Saar, Brian G.; Holtom, Gary R.; Freudiger, Christian W.; Ackermann, Chrisita; Hill, Winfield; Xie, X. Sunney, “Intracavity wavelength modulation of an optical parametric oscillator for coherent Raman microscopy”Optics Express, vol. 17, issue 15, p. 12532 (2009)
  • Ghosh A. , W. Hill, and P. Fischer, “Observation of the Faraday effect via beam deflection in a longitudinal magnetic field”, Phys. Rev. A76, (2007), 055402.
  • Chase, A.; Hill, W., “Reliable operant apparatus for fish: audio stimulus generator, response button, & pellet-dispensing nipple”. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers31(3):470-478, 1999
  • Pollack, S.; Cameron, D.; Rokni, M.; Hill, W.; Parks, J.H., “Charge-Exchange and Cluster Formation in an rf Paul Trap: Interaction of Alkali Atoms with C60+,” Chemical Physics Letters, 256, 101-108, (1996).
  • Parks, J.H.; Pollack, S.; Hill, W., “Cluster Experiments in Radio Frequency Paul Traps: Collisional Relaxation and Dissociation,” J. Chem. Phys., 101, 6333-6685, (1994).
  • Adams, C.E., Jr.; Hill, W.; Fredericks, R., “BLIPS: A System for Studying Benthic Boundary Layer Dynamics,”J. Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 7, 774-780, (1990).
  • Horowitz, P.; Hill, W., “The Art of Electronics,” 2nd ed., Cambridge University Press, 1989. (also published in German, French, Russian, Dutch, Indonesian, Polish and Chinese).
  • Winfield Hill, Gerald Chaplin, and David Nergaard, “Deep-Ocean Tests of an Acoustic Modem Insensitive to Multipath Distortion,” Proceedings of the IEEE/MTS Conference, Oceans '88, p 275-282. (1988)

Contact Information

Rowland Institute at Harvard
Harvard University
100 Edwin H. Land Blvd.
Cambridge, MA 02142
p: 617-497-4669/4670