Professor Georg Raithel

Main Research Interests

Laser-cooling and trapping of ground-state atoms, Bose-Einstein condensation, atom interferometry, optical lattices, and applications in quantum information processing. BEC at the University of Michigan

Coherent many-body effects in cold atomic gases that contain interacting Rydberg excitations. Applications of cold Rydberg atoms in spectroscopy, high-precision metrology, and quantum information processing.

Sate-mixing and ionizing collisions in dense, cold Rydberg gases and plasmas. Strongly magnetized Rydberg atoms and plasmas.

Laser spectroscopy of Rydberg atoms in strong electromagnetic fields, quantum chaos, cavity-QED.

Research projects are presented in detail on the Group page

Contact Information
Professor Georg Raithel
University of Michigan, Randall Laboratory

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