Author Archives: thedelocalizedchemist
Our paper on Bragg diffraction was selected as Editor’s Suggestion by Phys. Rev. Lett. and featured in a Synpsios in Physics.
Bragg diffraction is one of the main techniques used to split and recombine atomic matter-waves. In our latest publication we transfer this technique to complex and internally hot molecules. Why this is a big step towards more efficient beam … Continue reading
Our manuscript on measuring laser beam profiles using a cut multi-mode fiber was published in Optics Express.
How can you measure the width of a high-power laser 100 µm away from a mirror in ultra-high vacuum? Find the answer here!
After six very enjoyable and productive years in Vienna, I’m slowly preparing to head off for new shores to start an independent research group. This will be part of the newly-established Institute of Quantum Technologies, which is in turn part … Continue reading
Starting with the end of June, I’ll start serving the community as Editorial Board Member for Elsevier’s data journal “Data in Brief”. So if you have a set of data you want to share with others, this might be a … Continue reading
My dear friend and colleague Christian Knobloch successfully defended his thesis on “Coherent matter-wave manipulation techniques” today! Hurra!
I’m currently at the first International Conference of the Quantum Technologies Flagship in Grenoble, France, and the atmosphere is quite remarkable. Everybody is in an enthusiastic mood and seems to buzz with excitement. This is especially true for the member … Continue reading
What happens when you accelerate hydrogen atoms to a breathtaking velocity of 120’000 m/s and shoot them onto the thinnest membrane there is? You get an absolutely fascinating diffraction pattern! In our latest publication we theoretically describe what to expect … Continue reading
Our manuscript on preparing internally cold beams containing only a single molecular structure was published in Physical Review Letters.