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Fundamental Physics for Metrology (FPM)

The institute “Fundamental physics for metrology” has been recently established at the PTB in order to advance the quantum theory of atomic and mesoscopic systems. The institute’s activities range from the high-precision analysis of atomic structure and collisions, to the description of coherent processes in ultra-cold quantum gases and phase transitions in magnetic systems. These research activities aim to support the development of new metrology standards, the precise determination of fundamental physical constants, and tests of fundamental symmetries of Nature.

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Yuxiong Duan receives his PhD

Yuxiong Duan (2nd from right) successfully defended his dissertation "Generation of vortex molecule in Bose-Einstein condensate by twisted light". Congratulations and all the best!

(July 2021)

Marc R. Momme receives his PhD

Marc R. Momme has successfully defended his dissertation "Collective dynamics and quantum transport in long bosonic Josephson junctions". Congratulations!

(Mai 2021)

Anton A. Peshkov is Reviewer of the Year 2020 of the Journal of Physics B and Outstanding Reviewer of the Journal of Physics Photonics

We congratulate on this extraordinary awards and are looking forward to prospective publications!

For more information: Opens external link in new windowJournal of Physics B und Opens external link in new windowJournal of Physics Photonics

(April 2021)