Johannes Hecker Denschlag

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Johannes Hecker Denschlag is professor for experimental physics at the Institute of Quantum Matter at Ulm University in Germany. His research area is in ultracold atoms and molecules (neutral and charged). He focuses on few-body physics, ultracold collisions, and cold chemistry. After completing his Ph.D. at Innsbruck University in 1998, he was a postdoctoral researcher at NIST in Gaithersburg, Maryland, and then returned to Innsbruck in 2000 for his Habilitation, moving to Ulm in 2009.


Tracking a Single Ion in an Ultracold Gas

Direct observation of an ion moving through a Bose-Einstein condensate identifies the effect of ion-atom collisions on charge transport in an ultracold gas. Read More »