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With the help of high-resolution microscopy, scientists at MPQ successfully observed the transformation of a metal of magnetic polarons into a normal Fermi liquid. Furthermore, the team was able to measure novel correlations that could serve as a basis for theoretical models of strongly-correlated electrons. more

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Bavarian Prime Minister Markus Söder are delighted by their impressions into research and networks at MPQ and want to maintain and increase their support. We have capured their visit in images. more

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Bavarian Prime Minister Markus Söder are coming to take a direct look at the state of science in quantum research and technologies and the special research environment at MPQ.  more

Information and safety instructions for all scientists, employees and guests at MPQ more

Fabian Kugler, former doctoral student in the MPQ Theory Division, receives the Otto-Hahn Medal of the Max Planck Society. The award was established in 1978 and honours up to 30 young scientists per year for outstanding doctoral research. more

On the occasion of this first big anniversary and the success story of the student lab, PhotonLab organised a special digital event: on 16 and 23 July 2021, a teacher training programme took place, as well as a celebration event on the 23rd that was open to the general public and included talks by MPQ directors Professor Ferenc Krausz and Professor Gerhard Rempe. more

FermiQP aims at realizing a new and scalable hybrid platform for analogue quantum simulation and digital quantum computing, thus combining the advantages of both concepts in one machine. We are hiring: PhD students, postdocs, mechanics and engineers. more

In his doctoral thesis, Nicola worked on finding new methods for the study of quantum mechanical systems. His research might furthermore help us use quantum physics in other fields such as machine learning. more

Monika Aidelsburger, professor for Experimental Physics at LMU Munich, wins the Alfried Krupp Prize. The research prize is awarded to young researchers who have been appointed to their first professorship. The prize money, worth 1 million euros, aims to provide maximum research freedom and flexibility. more

Scientists at MPQ succeed for the first time in teleporting quantum information encoded in an atomic qubit to a laboratory 60 meters away using just one single photon as a resource. more

In the 26th calendar week and for a second time in 2021, yet another MPQ physicist has been named “female physicist of the week”: MPQ congratulates Nathalie Nagl, postdoctoral student in the Attosecond division. more

Using intense pulses of laser light, members of the attoworld team at the Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics and the Ludwig-Maximilian University have synthesized trihydrogen ions from water molecules adsorbed onto nanoparticles. more

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