Caesium Quantum Gas Microscope

Caesium Quantum Gas Microscope

A quantum gas microscope for strongly interacting topological phases.

We design a new Quantum Gas Microscope experiment with bosonic Caesium atoms to study topological many-body phases of matter. We will make use of state-dependent lattices to engineer artificial gauge fields and use the unique possibilities offered by high-resolution imaging techniques to investigate topological many-body phenomena in these lattices.

News

2021/04/16  Rebuilt the experiment section to install final coil upgrades

The breadboards around the science chamber before any optics are installed.

2021/01/01 Alex joined us as a PhD student! Welcome Alex!

2020/07/01 Julian joined us as a PhD student. Welcome Julian!

2020/05/13  We got our first BEC!

Transition from a thermal gas (left) to a Bose-Einstein condensate (right).

Team members

Name
Phone
Prof. Dr. Monika Aidelsburger
Alumni in Academia, Group Leader
  • +49 89 2180 6143 (Office)
Prof. Dr. Immanuel Bloch
Director
  • +49 89 3 29 05 - 238 (MPQ)
Dr. Cesar Cabrera
Postdoc
  • +49 89 2180 6133 (Office) // -6127 (Lab) //
Scott Hubele
Master Student
  • +49 89 2180 6157 (Office) // -6127 (Lab) //
Alexander Impertro
Doctoral candidate
  • +49 89 2180 6133 (Office) // -6127 (Lab) //
Till Klostermann
Doctoral candidate
  • +49 89 2180 6119 (Office) // -6127 (Lab) //
Hendrik von Raven
Doctoral candidate
  • +49 89 2180 6119 (Office) // -6127 (Lab) //
Julian Wienand
Doctoral candidate
  • +49 89 2180 6119 (Office) // -6127 (Lab) //
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