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First Bose-Einstein condensate of erbium produced

29-May-2012

Francesca Ferlaino’s research team at the University of Innsbruck is the first to successfully create a condensate of the exotic element erbium. The Innsbruck experimental physicists hold the world record in attaining the first Bose-Einstein condensates of different chemical elements. Ultracold ...

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International First: Gas-phase Carbonic Acid Isolated

18-Jan-2011

A team of chemists headed by Thomas Loerting from the University of Innsbruck and Hinrich Grothe from the Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien) in Austria have prepared and isolated gas-phase carbonic acid and have succeeded in characterizing the gas-phase molecules by using infrared ...

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Pinning atoms into order

02-Aug-2010

In an international first, physicists of the University of Innsbruck, Austria have experimentally observed a quantum phenomenon, where an arbitrarily weak perturbation causes atoms to build an organized structure from an initially unorganized one. The scientific team headed by Hanns-Christoph ...

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Quantum Mechanics not in Jeopardy - Physicists confirm a decades-old key principle experimentally

26-Jul-2010

When waves – regardless of whether light or sound – collide, they overlap creating interferences. Austrian and Canadian quantum physicists have now been able to rule out the existence of higher-order interferences experimentally and thereby confirmed an axiom in quantum physics: Born’s rule. They ...

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Ultra-cold chemistry

First direct observation of exchange process in quantum gas

05-Feb-2010

Considerable progresses made in controlling quantum gases open up a new avenue to study chemical processes. Rudolf Grimm's research team has now succeeded in directly observing chemical exchange processes in an ultracold sample of cesium atoms and Feshbach molecules. Complex processes, which to ...

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Carl Zeiss Research Award: Professor Rainer Blatt and Professor Ignacio Cirac Honored for Revolutionary Work

17-Nov-2009

The Carl Zeiss Research Award has been presented every two years since 1990. This year’s prize goes to renowned scientists Professor Rainer Blatt from the University of Innsbruck and Professor Ignacio Cirac from the Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics in Garching, Germany. Blatt and Cirac ...

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