Experimental Quantum Physics
Welcome to the Experimental Quantum Physics group at the University of Bonn.
Our research is concerned with the investigation of ultracold Atoms and trapped ions for the purpose of quantum information processing and quantum simulation. A brief video with an introduction to our research: click here.
We offer experimental projects for Bachelor-, Master- and PhD theses.
If you are interested please contact Michael Köhl.
Measuring entropy and mutual information in the two-dimensional Hubbard model
Monolayer graphene as dissipative membrane in an optical resonator
Thermodynamics vs. local density fluctuations in the metal/Mott-insulator crossover
Cavity-induced back-action in Purcell-enhanced photoemission of a single ion in an ultraviolet fiber-cavity
Antiferromagnetic correlations in two-dimensional fermionic Mott-insulating and metallic phases
Equation of state of the two-dimensional Hubbard model
First Bose-Einstein condensate of Na in our new experimental setup.
Direct photonic coupling of a semiconductor quantum dot and a trapped ion