Maximilian won best poster award

Maximilian Ammenwerth won a best poster award at the Applications of Ultracold Rydberg Gases conference with his poster presentation about "Individual Strontium Atoms in a Hybrid Lattice-tweezer Quantum Simulator"

Giulio successfully defended his PhD thesis!

Giulio Pasqualetti successfully defended his doctoral thesis on “Probing the thermodynamics of SU(N)-symmetric Fermi gases with ultracold atoms” on July 21st, 2023.

We warmly congratulate you Giulio and wish you all the best for the future. more

Observation of Brane Parity Order in Programmable Optical Lattices

The Mott-insulating phase of the two-dimensional (2D) Bose-Hubbard model is expected to be characterized by a nonlocal brane parity order. Parity order captures the presence of microscopic particle-hole fluctuations and entanglement, whose properties depend on the underlying lattice geometry. more

Joannis receives the Otto Hahn Medal

For his outstanding dissertation, Joannis received the Otto Hahn Medal, the Max Planck Society's doctoral award for excellent junior scientists. more

Johannes in "People at the MPQ"

Johannes and his work was featured in the “The people at MPQ” on the MPQ Website. Go ahead and read the complete article to learn more about his scientific past, his research interests and plans for the future. more

Joannis receives the Theodor Hänsch PhD Award 2022

Joannis receives the prize for his outstanding dissertation entitled “Quantum simulation of doped two-dimensional Mott insulators”. more

Rydberg Macrodimers: Diatomic Molecules on the Micrometer Scale

Controlling molecular binding at the level of single atoms is one of the holy grails of quantum chemistry. Rydberg macrodimers─bound states between highly excited Rydberg atoms─provide a novel perspective in this direction. more

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