Nathan Schine received his B.A. in physics from Williams College in 2013 and his Ph.D. in 2019 from the University of Chicago. There, he worked with Jonathan Simon to create strongly-interacting topological materials made of light. Nathan then joined the lab of Adam Kaufman at JILA as an NRC Postdoctoral Research Fellow where he developed a state-of-the-art strontium tweezer array apparatus for investigations of ultra-coherent optical atomic clocks, quantum information processing, and many-body physics. In the fall of 2022, Nathan joined the faculty at the University of Maryland. His group focuses on the intersection of controlled coherent dynamics and engineered dissipation in quantum systems, implemented by interfacing a neutral atom array with an optical cavity.