AT’s Short Profile
Arno Trautmann was born on 3rd May 1987 in Bad Kreuznach, Germany. He studied physics in Kaiserslautern, Mainz, and Heidelberg (Germany), where he got his Diploma degree in 2011. Continuing in Heidelberg, he started his Ph.D. under the supervision of Prof. Markus Oberthaler at the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics, working with ultracold sodium-lithium mixtures. In this time, he and his colleagues investigated the Feshbach spectrum of the intra- and interspecies scattering, the coherence in external degrees of freedom of fermions immersed in a bosonic bath, as well as the energy shift of an impurity in a tightly confined geometry. Additional experiments were conducted in the spin dynamics of sodium and both mixture systems.
After receiving his doctorate in 2016, he travelled a few month through south-east asia to recharge, before he joined the group of Prof. Francesca Ferlaino in November as a post-doctoral fellow at the new RARE
AT’s CV at Glance
|11/2016 – present||Post-doctoral fellow in the group of Prof. Ferlaino|
|11/2011 – 07/2016||Ph.D. student at the Kirchhoff Institute for Physics,
Ruprecht-Karls Universätit Heidelberg, Germany, under the supervision of
Markus Oberthaler. Subject: ‘Spin Dynamics and Feshbach Resonances in
Ultracold Sodium-Lithium Mixtures’
|04/2010 – 04/2011||Diploma thesis ‘Feshbach Spectroscopy of Sodium and
|04/2004 – 06/2011||Study of physics at Technische Universität
Kaiserslautern, Johannes-Gutenberg Universität Mainz, and at the
Ruprecht-Karls Universität Heidelberg.
AT’s Rare Publications
|||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.
AT’s Other Publications
Feshbach spectroscopy and scattering properties of ultracold Li + Na mixtures
T. Schuster, R. Scelle, A. Trautmann, S. Knoop, M. K. Oberthaler, M. M.
Haverhals, M. R. Goosen, S. J. J. M. F. Kokkelmans, and E. Tiemann
PRA 85, 042721 (2012), arXiv;