PI’s Short Profile
Philipp Ilzhöfer was born on 1th November 1988 in the beautiful city Stuttgart, Germany. After his community service, he started in 2009 with his study in physics at the University of Stuttgart. Three years later he received his Bachelor’s degree with an experimental thesis in the group of Prof. Dr. Tilman Pfau on the spectroscopy of thermal cesium vapor confined in hollow core fibres. Afterwards he spend the first couple of months of his master’s studies at the University of Durham, England, before he returned again to the group of Prof. Dr. Tilman Pfau for his master’s thesis on ultralong-range Rubidium Rydberg molecules. He finally graduated in November 2014 with a M.Sc. from the University of Stuttgart.
Early 2015 he joined the group of Francesca Ferlaino to work on the upcoming RARE experiment.
PI’s CV at Glance
|01/2015 – present||PhD student on the RARE experiment|
|10/2013 – 11/2014||Master thesis with Tilman Pfau at the University of Stuttgart|
|10/2012 – 10/2014||Master studies at the University of Stuttgart with an Erasmus stay at Durham University|
|10/2009 – 09/2012||Bachelor studies at the University of Stuttgart|
Conferences, Schools & Workshops
|2017, July||49th Conference of the European Group on Atomic Systems, Durham, UK||Poster|
|2016, September||Longrange Interactions in the ultracold, Ercolano, Italy||Poster|
|2015, September||Topological effects and synthetic gauge/magnetic fields for atoms and photon, Zagreb, Croatia||Poster|
|2015, March||RYSQ Kickoff meeting, Aarhus, Denmark||Poster|
|2014, September||Longrange Interactions in the Ultracold, Palaiseau, France||Poster|
|2014, April||DPG spring meeting, Berlin, Germany||Poster|
|2014, March/April||YAO conference, Barcelona, Spain||Talk|
|2012, March||DPG spring meeting, Stuttgart, Germany|
|||Long-lived and transient supersolid behaviors in dipolar quantum gases,|
Phys. Rev. X, 9, 021012, 2019.
|||Dipolar Quantum Mixtures of Erbium and Dysprosium Atoms,|
Phys. Rev. Lett., 121, 213601, 2018.
|||A two-species five-beam magneto-optical trap for highly magnetic Er and Dy atoms,|
Phys. Rev. A, 97, 023633, 2018.