MJM’s Short Profile
Manfred Mark was born on 13th September in Innsbruck, Austria. After receiving Matura/A-levels he was working four year as a business consultant in Innsbruck and Vienna. In 2002 he started his study in physics in Innsbruck, doing his diploma thesis and afterwards his PhD thesis in the ultracold quantum gases group of Hanns-Christoph Nägerl. After receiving his PhD in 2012, he did a 2 1/2 year PostDoc time in the same group. He changed in 2014 as Senior Scientist to the group of Francesca.
Manfred’s research interests are based on ultracold atomic and molecular gases with a special focus on quantum gases in optical lattices.
MJM’s CV at Glance
|10/2014 – now||Senior Scientist at the Erbium Experiment in the group of Prof. Francesca Ferlaino|
|04/2012 – 09/2014||PostDoc at the CsIII Experiment in the ultracold atoms and quantum gases group|
|01/2008 – 03/2012||Ph.D. student at the CsIII Experiment in the ultracold atoms and quantum gases group. Thesis topic: Experiments with tunable quantum gases in optical lattices|
|10/2006 – 12/2007||Diploma Thesis: ‘Wechselwirkungseffekte eines Caesium-BECs in eindimensionalen Gittern’ at the CsIII Experiment in the ultracold atoms and quantum gases group|
|10/2002 – 12/2007||Study of physics at the Leopold Franzens Universität in Innsbruck|
|10/1998 – 09/2002||Employee in the consultancy “TiKOM Tirol Kommunikation” in Innsbruck and Vienna|
|1997||Matura/A-levels with distinction at the “Höhere Technische Bundeslehranstalt für Elektronik/Nachrichtentechnik” in Innsbruck|
|13.09.1977||Born in Axams, Austria|
Full CV: CV_MJM
Conferences, Schools & Workshops
|19.09.2019||Quantum Fluids and Solids 2019, Edmonton, Canada||Talk on “The quantum phases of ultracold dipolar gases near a Roton excitation”|
|09.08.2019||Workshop on Longrange Interactions in Quantum Systems, Paris, France||Talk on “The quantum phases of ultracold dipolar gases near a Roton excitation”|
|09.07.2019||Introductory Course on Ultracold Quantum Gases, Innsbruck, Austria||Lecture on “Optical Lattices and 1D systems”|
|19.02.2018||FINESS conference “Finite-Temperature Non-Equilibrium Superfluid Systems”, Wanaka, New Zealand||Talk on “Observation of the roton mode in a dipolar quantum gas”|
|25.10.2017||Workshop on Longrange Interactions, Bad Honnef, Germany||Talk on “Observation of the roton mode in a dipolar quantum gas”|
|11.07.2017||Introductory Course on Ultracold Quantum Gases, Innsbruck, Austria||Lecture on “Experiments in optical lattices”|
|28.06.2016||CUI young researchers workshop “From few- to many body physics in cold atomic quantum matter”||Talk on “Quantum simulation 2.0: Quench dynamics and long-range extensions in the Bose-Hubbard model”|
|19.04.2016||Seminar “Few-body physics: Advances and prospects in Theory and Experiment”, Bad Honnef, Germany||Talk on “Emergence of chaotic scattering in ultracold lanthanide atoms”|
|10.-12.03.2014||CUI Graduate days, Hamburg, Germany||Three lectures on “Ultracold physics in low dimensions”|
|05.09.2013||Joint Annual Meeting of the Austrian Physical Society and the Swiss Physical Society, Linz, Austria||Talk on “Doublon stability and decay mechanisms”|
|18.02.2013||FINESS conference “Finite-Temperature Non-Equilibrium Superfluid Systems”, Queensland, New Zealand||Talk on “Quench dynamics in strongly interacting Bose-Hubbard chains”|
|22.08.2012||Seminar “Quo vadis BEC”, Bad Honnef, Germany||Talk on “Ultracold atoms with tunable interactions in optical lattice potentials”|
|17.08.2012||Summer school “Low-Dimensional Quantum Many-Body Systems”, Trier, Germany||Lecture on “Tunable quantum gases in one-dimensional confinement: Introduction” and “Tunable quantum gases in one-dimensional confinement: Tonks- and Super-Tonks-Girardeau Gases”|
|13.07.2012||Workshop “Effective Gravity in Fluids and Superfluids”, Trieste, Italy||Talk on “A metastable Mott insulator state with strong attractive interactions”|
|02.03.2012||Maria-Waldrast-Meeting, Maria Waldrast, Austria||Talk on “Experiments with tunable bosonic quantum gases in optical lattices”|
|13.10.2011||SFB-Meeting, Innsbruck, Austria||Talk on “Multi-body interactions in a Mott-insulator state”|
|14.07.2011||Workshop “Quantum transport in dilute gases”, Benasque, Spain||Talk on “Inducing transport with super Bloch oscillations. Beyond the standard Bose Hubbard model”|
|06.07.2010||19th International Laser Physics Workshop, Foz do Iguacu, Brazil||Talk on “Phases, transport, and scattering in low-dimensional quantum systems”|
|09.04.2010||ESF Conference “Frontiers of Matter wave optics”, Crete, Greece||Talk on “Rovibronic ground state molecules in an optical lattice”|
MJM’s Er-Dy Publications
|||Two-dimensional supersolidity in a dipolar quantum gas,|
Nature, 596, 357-361, 2021.
|||Birth, life, and death of a dipolar supersolid,|
Phys. Rev. Lett., 126, 233401, 2021.
|||Phase coherence in out-of-equilibrium supersolid states of ultracold dipolar atoms,|
Nature Physics, 17, 356-361, 2021.
|||Feshbach Resonances in an Erbium-Dysprosium Dipolar Mixture,|
Phys. Rev. A, 102, 033330, 2020.
|||Deep learning-assisted classification of site-resolved quantum gas microscope images,|
Measurement Science and Technology, 31, 025201, 2019.
|||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.
MJM’s Erbium Publications
MJM’s T-Reqs Publications
|||Spectroscopy of Rydberg States in Erbium using Electromagnetically Induced Transparency,|
Phys. Rev. Research, 3, 033165, 2021.