The aim of this page
In scientific publications you have to be concise in describing and interpreting your results. Often certain concepts which are vital to the understanding of the data are taken from granted, simply because you have understood them a long time ago. This is not a big deal, if only experts read your articles. However, it starts to be problematic, if somebody new to this field wants to understand what you are doing. This applies both to other researchers as well as to the general public.
The idea of this page is to provide insight into the fascinating topic of matter-wave interferometry of large, polyatomic molecules, and provide detailed explanations in comparison to related work.