Our publication on the first-time observation of roton quasiparticles in quantum gases was chosen by the editors of Nature Physics as one of their favorite papers of the past 15 years. To mark the anniversary of the journal, the most important works in the various disciplines of physics are presented.
A key step in creating controlled interactions in dipolar quantum mixtures is the characterization of interspecies Feshbach resonances.
Hagai has been awarded a postdoctoral fellowship for quantum science and technology from the Israel Council of Higher Education. As postdoc fellow, Hagai will study highly excited Erbium atoms trapped in a tweezer array in the T-REQS lab.
Welcome to Dr. Hagai Edri (right) and Julián Maloberti (left) who have joined the T-Reqs team as postdoctoral fellow and Phd student, respectively.
Congratulation to Lauriane Chomaz on the publication of her paper in Phys. Rev. A. In this work, Lauriane investigates the general relationships existing between the density contrast, the superfluid fraction, and the response to a high-energy scattering probe of density-modulated states within a classical-field approach.
Benedict has successful completed his master project in the T-ReQs experiments on “Optimisation of a spin-flip Zeeman slower and laser locking to a broad spectral line”. Congratulation, Benedict!