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Frequency Comb Project

We are currently looking for a committed PhD student who wants to join our experimental work towards VUV frequency comb spectroscopy and whose task will be to investigate how to adapt the existing laser system to be suitable for the thorium transition. more...


Hydrogen Spectroscopy Project

We work on precision spectroscopy of atomic hydrogen to test fundamental physics and extract physical constants on a very high level of accuracy. We offer exciting research possibilities using the latest technologies and are always looking for excellent and highly motivated students to join our team. more...


XUV Frequency Comb Project

We aim to perform high precision spectroscopy of He+ ions. Towards this goal we work on the XUV Frequency Comb generation in this project. We are looking for committed students of physics, who want to support our team as work students, Master students or PhD students. Current projects are:

 

Werkstudenten Stelle: EUV Frequenzkamm für die He+ Spektroskopie

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Ion trap Project

We aim to perform high precision spectroscopy of He+ ions. Towards this goal we work on the ion trap development in this project. We are looking for committed students of physics, who want to support our team as work students, Master students or
PhD students. Current projects are:

 

Master Project: Development of an ion trap for high precision spectrocopy of hydrogen-like helium

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Real-time dual-frequency-comb Project

For our Fourier-transform spectroscopy group, being part of the MPQ's Laser Spectroscopy Division in Garching, we are looking for a motivated Master student who would like to engage in the flourishing field of dual-frequency-comb spectroscopy (DCS).

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Quantum Physics, Quantum Information and Communication

We always have interesting bachelor, diploma or master theses, doctoral theses and student assistant jobs in the field of quantum optics, atomic physics and quantum information. more...

 


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