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The atom-laser paper of IESL has been selected as one of three AMO highlights of 2014 by the New Journal of Physics. See also New Scientist and Atom Laser.
Front Page News: The New Scientist has published on its Front Page a very popularized article about the IESL atom-laser. We reported in the article in the New Journal of Physics about an ultra-bright atom laser based on strong coupling using RF radiation. Note … Continue reading
The atom laser paper of the IESL group will go online coming Thursday at the New Journal of Physics. A popular summary for the paper: Optical lasers have revolutionised physics. Their extreme brightness has enabled applications ranging from laser-welding of … Continue reading
We are very happy to announce that Hector Mas is joining us for a six month internship and maybe more…
The position is now closed. We are seeking a keen experimentalist to join our group at IESL-FORTH on Crete (Greece) as a PhD student on the topic of “Guided Matter Wave interferometry”. The studentship is funded through the EU projects QTea and MatterWave … Continue reading
Phys. Rev. A 87 043637 (2013) N. K. Efremidis, V. Paltoglou, and W. von Klitzing http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevA.87.043637 Abstract: We predict that classes of coherent matter waves can self-accelerate without the presence of an external potential. Such Bose-Einstein condensates can … Continue reading
The Editorial Board of Journal of Physics B has selected the paper “A gradient and offset compensated Ioffe–Pritchard trap for Bose–Einstein condensation experiments” from the IESL team as a Highlight of the year 2012!
2012 New Journal of Physics 14 125006 M. Arndt, A. Ekers, W. von Klitzing, and H. Ulbricht http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1367-2630/14/12/125006 This is an editorial for a special issue of the New Journal of Physics, which aimed at bringing together some … Continue reading
(IESL-FORTH) One — two — three — many: The ultimate limit of imaging neutral atoms in free space. Based on our recent advances, In this project you will take imaging to its very limits using a novel fluorescence imaging technique.The work will be … Continue reading
2012 Journal of Physics B 45 235301 V. Bolpasi, J. Grucker, M. J. Morrissey, and W. von Klitzing