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Dr. Peter Micke, has recieved the Prestigeous SAMOP-Dissertation prize for his Thesis with the title: Quantum Logic Spectroscopy of Highly Charged Ions.

We are happy for our colleague and wish him all the best at his current position at the CERN.

Link to the official news on the DPG page.

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The Quantum Valley Lower Saxony has received spectacular attention from the press and from Lower Saxonys Minister of Science and Culture Björn Thümler. Reports were made from, amongst others NDR and Sat-1. Online articles can be found from (amongst others) Zeit, Welt, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Stern, and...

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Trapped ions are excellent systems for optical frequency metrology, as they can be well isolated from the external environment. Using laser-cooling, ion temperatures below the millikelvin level can be reached, thereby greatly suppressing the relativistic time dilation associated with the thermal...

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Electric field noise is a major contributor to the motional heating of trapped ions, resulting in frequency shifts and significant frequency uncertainties in precision spectroscopy, as well as decoherence in quantum simulation. This  becomes even more relevant when extending the systems to 2D or 3D...

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The quantum logic spectroscopy group is currently looking for several Masters-students for masters-thesis-projects.

Projects at the Aluminum-quantum-logic-spectroscopy group, with focus on frequency stabilization of lasers using optical resonators. Link to flyer.

Projects at the Multi-Ion Calcium...

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