Giovanni Modugno

Giovanni Modugno is an associate professor in experimental physics at the University of Florence. He obtained his Ph.D. from Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa in 1998. He works with ultracold quantum gases, and his main research interests are on the physics of disordered many-body quantum systems and on few-body physics.

Giovanni Modugno Published May 12, 2014

Atomic and Molecular Physics

A larger form of the three-body entity called an Efimov state has been experimentally observed, confirming the discrete scaling factor predicted by theory.