The Institute for experimental quantum metrology was founded in 2009 as a joint institute of PTB and Leibniz Universität Hannover (LUH) with the aim of advancing time and frequency metrology and novel quantum technology with trapped ions. The institute consists of three groups: "Quantum Logic Spectroscopy" (Prof. Dr. Piet O. Schmidt), "Trapped-Ion Quantum Engineering" (Prof. Dr. Christian Ospelkaus) and "Multi-Ion Clocks" (PD Dr. Tanja E. Mehlstäubler). Their shared research interest is the precise control of atomic quantum systems for metrology, tests of fundamental physics as well as the utilisation of many-body systems and quantum correlations for precision measurements.
A tunable low-drift laser stabilized to an atomic reference T. Leopold, L. Schmöger, S. Feuchtenbeiner, C. Grebing, P. Micke, N. Scharnhorst, I. D. Leroux,...
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Jan-Christoph Heip received an award for his poster presentation at the 3rd COMIQ Training School at Laboratoire Kastler Brossel in Paris. Congratulations!
Fabian Wolf received the Student Poster Award at the EFTF 2016 for his poster presentation entitled: Quantum Logic State Detection for Molecular Ions Congratulations!
Publication in „Nature“: Non-destructive state detection for quantum logic spectroscopy of molecular ions
Non-destructive state detection for quantum logic spectroscopy of molecular ions Fabian Wolf, Yong Wan, Jan C. Heip, Florian Gebert, Chunyan Shi & Piet O. Schmidt High precision spectroscopy of molecular ions is still...