to the DFG funded International Research Training Group (IRTG 2079) "Cold Controlled Ensembles in Physics and Chemistry"
The tremendous progress in experimental and theoretical atomic, molecular and optical science over the past decades opens today new avenues for tailoring and controlling matter on the quantum level. In this research field, cold and ultracold atomic and molecular systems play a key role in understanding quantum properties and quantum dynamics in well-defined systems.Related research also develops applied aspects for quantum information, metrology and laser applications, and provides far reaching progress in modern technology.
produced by Christian Klaus.
The International Research Training Group (IRTG) CoCo focuses on Cold Controlled Atomic and Molecular Ensembles to study a wide range of phenomena in physics and chemistry. The research program will break new ground in producing and characterizing cooled and trapped atomic and molecular systems and using state selectivity and quantum control to study properties and dynamics of the systems.
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