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Head: Prof. G. Rempe
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A Quantum Gate between a Flying Optical Photon and a Single Trapped Atom" by A. Reiserer et al. has been published in Nature. More information for the general audience can be found in the "News & Views" article by L. Duan, in our MPQ press release or in an article on the web page of the Max Planck Society.
April 2014: We welcome Steffen Schmidt to the Quantum Dynamics Division! Today, Steffen is starting his PhD thesis with the BEC team.
Single-Photon Switch Based on Rydberg Blockade by S. Baur et al. has been published in Physical Review Letters. More information for the general audience can be found in our press release.
Stephan Dürr was recognized as an Outstanding Referee by the journals of the American Physical Society (APS). Every year, this lifetime award is given to about 150 out of the roughly 60,000 active APS referees.
January 2014: "Antiresonance Phase Shift in Strongly Coupled Cavity QED" by Christian Sames et al. has been published in Physical Review Letters.
January 2014: We welcome Stephan Welte who will reinforce the Qgate Team!
Continuous Centrifuge Decelerator for Polar Molecules" by Sotir Chervenkov et al. has been published in Physical Review Letters. More information for the general audience can be found in our press release.
January 2014: The Quantum Dynamics Group wishes YOU a great and successful NEW YEAR 2014 !!
Nondestructive Detection of an Optical Photon" by Andreas Reiserer et al. has been published in Science Express. We provide here free access to abstract and reprint of the manuscript. More information for the general audience can be found in our press release.
November 2013: We welcome Mahmood Sabooni in our goup! Mahmood did his PhD on quantum memories at Lund University in Sweden and is now working as a post-doc on the Qgate-Experiment.
October 2013: We welcome all new members of our group! Bastian Hacker and Josef Schupp are both joining the Qgate-Experiment for a PhD and a Master thesis, respectively. Matthias Körber is reinforcing the Photon Pistol Experiment as a PhD candidate, and Markus Krottenmüller will do a Master thesis with the Molecules.
September 2013: For the anual group retreat the whole group went to Burg Abenberg in Middle Franconia about 25 km south-west to Nürnberg.
September 2013: "Coherent Control of Quantum Fluctuations Using Cavity Electromagnetically Induced Transparency" by James A. Souza et al. has been published in Physical Review Letters.
September 2013: At the Conference on Resonator QED in Munich, Andreas Neuzner received the prize for the best poster presentation. The poster prize was sponsored by "Applied Physics B" and included a trophy money of 300 EUR. Gladly, Andi invested parts of it in a barrel of beer that he shared with the whole group!
August 2013: We are looking forward to the "Conference on Resonator QED" that is taking place in Munich next months. Covered topics include cavity QED, circuit QED, micro-cavities, cavity optomechanics, QIP, hybrid systems as well as QED without cavities. With more than 50 talks, about 60 posters, a public evening lecture held by Serge Haroche and a panel discussion on "Research and Innovation", the conference programme is very rich. More than 140 international guests are expected! The conference is organized in the framework of the CCQED network.
June 2013: "Generation of single photons from an atom-cavity system" by Martin Mücke et al. has been published in Physical Review A.
May 2013: "Ground-State Cooling of a Single Atom at the Center of an Optical Cavity" by Andreas Reiserer et al. has been published in Physical Review Letters. The work was highlighted in a "Synopsis - still life with atom" on the journal's webpage.
April 2013: Martin Ibrügger wins best poster award at the YAO 2013 conference in Birmingham, England.
"Efficient Teleportation Between Remote Single-Atom Quantum Memories" by Christian Nölleke et al. has been published in Physical Review Letters.