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Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics
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Revealing the quantum geometry of the graphene lattice

December 19, 2014

LMU/MPQ team realizes an Aharonov-Bohm type interferometer to measure the band topology in graphene type lattices.

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Ultra-short X-ray flashes explore the nano world

November 24, 2014

Characterization of extremely short X-ray pulses paves the road to new applications

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Final proof for optimal encoding strategies in optical communication

September 24, 2014
MPQ-theorist proves that Gaussian encoding guarantees minimum output entropy and hence ultimate capacity of optical communication channels. [more]
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Ultracold atoms juggle spins with exceptional symmetry

September 03, 2014
LMU/MPQ scientists succeed in revealing a highly symmetric exchange of spins between ytterbium atoms in different electronic orbital states [more]
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A transistor-like amplifier for single photons

July 28, 2014
A team of scientists at MPQ achieves a twentyfold amplification of single-photon signals with the help of an ultracold quantum gas. [more]
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The Future of Ultrashort Laser Pulses

July 24, 2014
Rapid advances in techniques for the creation of ultra-short laser pulses promise to boost our knowledge of electron motions to an unprecedented level. [more]
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Highway for ultracold atoms in light crystals

July 09, 2014
LMU/MPQ-physicists succeed in realizing an analogue of the Meissner effect by measuring edge currents in a ladder-like crystal of light. [more]
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Light waves allow preferred bond breaking in symmetric molecules

May 08, 2014
An international team of scientists discovered a new quantum control mechanism to selectively shake and break C-H bonds in symmetric hydrocarbon molecules with the waveform of femtosecond laser pulses [more]
 
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