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The PTB scientific advisory board visits the Highly Charged Ion experiment at QUEST. Photo: A 3-D printed 1:1 model of the Paul trap at the heart of the precision experiment - is examined.

 

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In our experiment we have a 1 W closed-cycle, low-vibration 4 K cryostat which  refrigerates the Paul trap of the highly charged ion (HCI) experiment.  An extreme high vacuum is achieved providing long HCI storage times on  the order of 45 min. A vibration suppression system ensures a  mechanically...

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Tanja Mehlstäubler gave an invited talk during the opening session of CLEO 2019. She spoke on ‘Ultrastable optical atomic clocks for geodesy’. As part of the presentation, Tanja spoke also about work planned within the scope of the new ROCIT project.

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Benjamin Kraus joins the IQLOC team at the Hannover Institute of Technology as a PhD student. He previously studied at the University of Heidelberg and did his master's thesis on nanophotonics at the University of York. We welcome him as a great addition to our team!

 

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Hartmut Nimrod Hausser graduates as a Master of Science. We congratulate him on his degree!

The topic of his thesis is:

Bereitstellung von UV-Laserlicht zur direkten Kühlung und Detektion von 115In+

You can find his thesis here.

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