Jörg Schmiedmayer

Jörg Schmiedmayer is Professor of Physics at the TU-Wien (Vienna University of Technology) He received his doctoral degree in nuclear physics from the TU-Wien (1987). After a postdoc in Vienna and Oak Ridge he changed to quantum physics and went as a research scientist to Harvard and MIT. In 1995 he joined A. Zeilinger in Innsbruck where he developed integrated matter-wave optics and the atom chip. Before coming back to the TU-Wien in 2007 he held a chair in experimental physics in Heidelberg. His research interests cover a wide range, from many-body quantum physics with ultracold atoms to interconnecting quantum systems from photons, atoms, and spins, and superconducting quantum circuits.

Jörg Schmiedmayer, Thorsten Schumm Published May 9, 2011

Atomic and Molecular Physics | Optics | Mesoscopics

Electrons join the growing technology to build integrated quantum circuits that guide matter waves on a chip.

Jörg Schmiedmayer, Markus Arndt Published September 19, 2011

Atomic and Molecular Physics | Optics

New beam splitter techniques extend the world of precision experiments with matter waves.