Dieter Jaksch

Dieter Jaksch obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Innsbruck in Austria in 1999. His research interests are in ultracold atom physics, particularly optical lattices, and their potential applications in quantum simulation and quantum information processing. He is presently a Professor of Physics at the University of Oxford and holds a Visiting Research Professorship at the Center for Quantum Technologies in Singapore. He was named an Outstanding Referee by the American Physical Society in 2008.

Dieter Jaksch Published April 13, 2009

Atomic and Molecular Physics

Inelastic light scattering is used to study correlated phases of one-dimensional Bose gases. This spectroscopic technique can distinguish superfluid and insulating phases and allow identification of the transition from one to the other.

Dieter Jaksch Published May 29, 2012

Atomic and Molecular Physics

Two groups use different approaches to realize artificial magnetic fields for atoms trapped in a one-dimensional optical lattice.