Juergen Klepp

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Juergen Klepp is a lecturer and researcher in the Faculty of Physics at the University of Vienna.  For his doctoral research, he worked extensively at the neutron research reactor facility at the Institute Laue–Langevin in Grenoble, France, where he took part in neutron interferometry, ultrasmall-angle scattering, and ultracold neutron experiments. He is currently working on the development of diffractive optical elements for long-wavelength neutrons based on various nanocomposite materials.

Quantum Physics

Viewpoint: Moiré Effect Could Enhance Neutron Interferometry

A new and more flexible neutron interferometer design relies on the moiré effect, in which two periodic patterns are combined to give a longer-period pattern. Read More »