LKB - Bose-Einstein condensates

Bose-Einstein condensates

The manipulation of atoms using laser light has constituted one of the major achievements of atomic physics and quantum optics for the last twenty years. This research field has had a very deep impact on many aspects of AMO physics, from metrology to collision physics, including also statistical physics and matter wave interferometry.

Research

  • Chayma Bouazza, Thomas Chalopin, Davide Dreon, Leonid Sidorenkov, Jean Dalibard, Sylvain Nascimbène
    Ultracold dysprosium
  • Jean-Loup Ville, Raphaël Saint-Jalm, Monika Aidelsburger, Sylvain Nascimbène, Jean Dalibard, Jérôme Beugnon
    2D rubidium Bose gases
  • Bertrand Evrard, Camille Frapolli, Andrea Invernizzi, Karina Jiménez Garcia, Jean Dalibard, Fabrice Gerbier
    Sodium spinor condensates
  • Manel Bosch, Raphaël Bouganne, Elisa Soave, Jérôme Beugnon, Fabrice Gerbier
    Ytterbium in optical lattices

People

All
BEC-Dy
BEC-Na
BEC-Rb
BEC-Yb
Staff
  • Monika Aidelsburger
    Postdoc, Rubidium experiment
  • Jérôme Beugnon
    Assistant Professor, UPMC
  • Manel Bosch
    PhD Student, Ytterbium Experiment
  • Chayma Bouazza
    PhD student, Dysprosium experiment
  • Raphaël Bouganne
    PhD Student, Ytterbium experiment
  • Thomas Chalopin
    Master student, Dysprosium experiment
  • Claude Cohen-Tannoudji
    Professor at Collège de France (emeritus)
  • Jean Dalibard
    Professor, Collège de France
  • Davide Dreon
    PhD student, Dysprosium experiment
  • Bertrand Evrard
    PhD Student, Na experiment
  • Camille Frapolli
    PhD student, Sodium experiment
  • Fabrice Gerbier
    CNRS researcher
  • Andrea Invernizzi
    PhD student, Sodium experiment
  • Karina Jiménez Garcia
    Postdoc, Sodium experiment
  • Michèle Leduc
    Emeritus Researcher
  • Sylvain Nascimbene
    Assistant Professor, ENS
  • Raphaël Saint-Jalm
    PhD Student, Rubidium experiment
  • Leonid Sidorenkov
    Postdoc, Dysprosium experiment
  • Jean-Loup Ville
    PhD Student, Rubidium experiment

OPEN POSITIONS

 

We are always looking for brillant motivated scientists to join our group.

Check the open positions or send us your CV for application.

 

CONTACT

Collège de France

Institut de Physique du Collège de France
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75231 Paris Cedex 05

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