Our research group focusses on using cold, neutral atoms for quantum optical and quantum information science. We have three different projects:
- In the Strong Interactions in hollow core Fibers project, we exploit the specific properties of cold atoms inside hollow core fibers to study long distance atom guiding and strong light-matter interaction.
- The second project will deal with long range interactions of dipolar quantum gases in optical lattices. Here, we are building a new setup for the investigation of ultracold Dysprosium atoms.
- Within the quantum gases in microgravity (QUANTUS) projects, we are working towards spaceborne precision tests of Einstein's equivalence principle. In this context, new technological challenges have to be met - our group is mainly involved in developing novel technologies for laser light distribution and switching.
We offer plenty of exciting topics for Bachelor's, Master's or PhD theses. If you are interested in joining the group, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Currently we have an opening for a PhD position in the Dysprosium experiment
Our group and the individual projects are supported by: