LKB - Ultracold Fermi Gases

Junior Research Chair Holder

Ecole Normale Supérieure

Short CV
  • 2017 — present
    École Normale Supérieure (LKB) – Junior Research Chair 
    Strongly Interacting Fermi Gases
  • 2014 — 2017
    MIT – Postdoc

    Unitary Fermi Gas
    with Pr. Martin Zwierlein
  • 2013 — 2014
    University of Hamburg – Postdoc

    Gauge fields in driven optical lattices
    with Pr. Klaus Sengstock
  • 2009 — 2013
    University of Hamburg – PhD 

    Gauge fields in driven optical lattices
    with Pr. Klaus Sengstock

Email: julian.struck@lkb.ens.fr
Phone: +33 (0) 1 44 32 34 98

Laboratoire Kastler Brossel
Department of Physics, Ecole Normale Supérieure
24, rue Lhomond
75005 Paris

Dr. Julian Struck is a Junior Research Chair at the physics department of the École normale supérieure (Paris, France). His research interests focus on the study of many-body physics in ultracold, atomic quantum gases. Currently, he is working on strongly interacting, low-dimensional Fermi gases.

Publications

11. Universal Sound Diffusion in a Strongly Interacting Fermi Gas
P. B. Patel, Z. Yan, B. Mukherjee,  R. J. Fletcher, J. Struck and Martin W. Zwierlein
arXiv:1909.02555

10. Spectral response and contact of the unitary Fermi gas
B. Mukherjee, P. B. Patel, Z. Yan, R. J. Fletcher, J. Struck and Martin W. Zwierlein
Physical Review Letters 122:203402 (2019)

9. Boiling a Unitary Fermi Liquid
Z. Yan, P. B. Patel, B. Mukherjee, R. J. Fletcher, J. Struck and M. W. Zwierlein
Physical Review Letters 122:093401 (2019)

8. Homogeneous Atomic Fermi Gases
B. Mukherjee, Z. Yan, P. B. Patel, Z. Hadzibabic, T. Yefsah, J. Struck and M. W. Zwierlein
Physical Review Letters 118:123401 (2017)

7. Spin-orbit coupling in periodically driven optical lattices
J. Struck, J. Simonet and K. Sengstock
Physical Review A 90:031601 (2014)

6. Engineering Ising-XY spin-models in a triangular lattice using tunable artificial gauge fields
J. Struck, M. Weinberg, C. Ölschläger, P. Windpassinger, J. Simonet, K. Sengstock, R. Höppner, P. Hauke, A. Eckardt, M. Lewenstein and L. Mathey
Nature Physics 9:738–743 (2013)

5. Non-Abelian Gauge Fields and Topological Insulators in Shaken Optical Lattices
P. Hauke, O. Tieleman, A. Celi, C. Ölschläger, J. Simonet, J. Struck, M. Weinberg, P. Windpassinger, K. Sengstock, M. Lewenstein and A. Eckardt.
Physical Review Letters 109:145301 (2012)

4. Tunable Gauge Potential for Neutral and Spinless Particles in Driven Optical Lattices
J. Struck, C. Ölschläger, M. Weinberg, P. Hauke, J. Simonet, A. Eckardt, M. Lewenstein, K. Sengstock and P. Windpassinger
Physical Review Letters 108:225304 (2012)

   

3. Quantum phase transition to unconventional multi-orbital superfluidity in optical lattices
P. Soltan-Panahi, D.-S. Lühmann, J. Struck, P. Windpassinger and K. Sengstock
Nature Physics 8:71–75 (2011)

2. Quantum Simulation of Frustrated Classical Magnetism in Triangular Optical Lattices
J. Struck, C. Olschlager, R. Le Targat, P. Soltan-Panahi, A. Eckardt, M. Lewenstein, P. Windpassinger and K. Sengstock
Science 333:996–999 (2011)

1. Multi-component quantum gases in spin-dependent hexagonal lattices
P. Soltan-Panahi, J. Struck, P. Hauke, A. Bick, W. Plenkers, G. Meineke, C. Becker, P. Windpassinger, M. Lewenstein and K. Sengstock
Nature Physics 7:434–440 (2011)