Using new technology to explore single molecule magnets in slow motion
When storing data, conventional techniques are increasingly reaching their limits. So-called single molecule magnets could provide a remedy. Research...
Quantum physics is a central part of technological applications. But still quantum physics offers many surprising phenomena that are currently not understood, but which could completely change our future technology. Our research group pursues quantum physics in research and teaching. In particular, we investigate the properties of individual quantum systems. The physical implementations include single atoms, photons, optically active impurities in solids and ultracold quantum gases. Specifically we pursue the following research projects:
[Content not yet translated. Original:] Prof. Dr. Artur Widera
Fachbereich Physik der TU Kaiserslautern
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