2017 - Herbert P. Broida Prize, American Physical Society
2014 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For observations of dipolar BEC, Rydberg blockades in ultracold atomic gases and in thermal microcells, and ultralong range Rydberg molecules
2009 - OSA Fellows For pioneering contributions to atom optics and cold quantum gases, especially for the realization of a chromium Bose-Einstein condensate, the first purely dipolar quantum gas.
Atomic physics, Condensed matter physics, Dipole, Rydberg formula and Bose–Einstein condensate are his primary areas of study. A large part of his Atomic physics studies is devoted to Helium. The various areas that Tilman Pfau examines in his Condensed matter physics study include Magnetic dipole–dipole interaction, Quantum mechanics, Residual dipolar coupling and Laser beams.
The concepts of his Dipole study are interwoven with issues in Quantum, Scattering length, Magnetic moment and Anisotropy. When carried out as part of a general Rydberg formula research project, his work on Rydberg atom is frequently linked to work in Principal quantum number, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Bose–Einstein condensate research includes themes of Ultracold atom, Group velocity, Pulse and Degenerate energy levels.
Tilman Pfau focuses on Atomic physics, Dipole, Rydberg formula, Condensed matter physics and Rydberg atom. He works in the field of Atomic physics, namely Excited state. His work deals with themes such as Quantum gas, Quantum, Bose–Einstein condensate, Magnetic moment and Anisotropy, which intersect with Dipole.
His work on Rydberg state and Rydberg matter as part of general Rydberg formula study is frequently linked to Principal quantum number, bridging the gap between disciplines. His work carried out in the field of Condensed matter physics brings together such families of science as Residual dipolar coupling, Magnetic dipole and Supersolid. His Rydberg atom research includes elements of Molecular physics and Electric field.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Atomic physics, Rydberg formula, Dipole, Quantum and Condensed matter physics. His research integrates issues of Atom, Bose–Einstein condensate, Excitation and Rydberg atom in his study of Atomic physics. His Rydberg formula research integrates issues from Electron, Scattering and Molecule.
His studies deal with areas such as Quantum gas, Molecular physics and Rotational symmetry as well as Dipole. His Quantum research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Chemical physics, Dysprosium and State of matter. His Condensed matter physics research incorporates elements of Impurity and Phase diagram, Supersolid.
His primary areas of study are Dipole, Quantum, Atomic physics, Rydberg formula and Condensed matter physics. His Dipole research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Boson, Many body, Gross–Pitaevskii equation and Interaction potential. His Quantum study incorporates themes from Chemical physics, Bose–Einstein condensate, Atomic nucleus and Dysprosium.
His studies in Atomic physics integrate themes in fields like Photoionization, Dephasing, Polariton, Excitation and Rydberg atom. His Rydberg formula research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Atom and Scattering. His Condensed matter physics study combines topics in areas such as Bound state, Fermion, Impurity and Supersolid.
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Plasmonic analogue of electromagnetically induced transparency at the Drude damping limit.
Na Liu;Lutz Langguth;Thomas Weiss;Jürgen Kästel.
Nature Materials (2009)
The physics of dipolar bosonic quantum gases
Thierry Lahaye;Thierry Lahaye;Thierry Lahaye;C. Menotti;L. Santos;M. Lewenstein.
Reports on Progress in Physics (2009)
Bose-Einstein Condensation of Chromium
Axel Griesmaier;Jörg Werner;Sven Hensler;Jürgen Stuhler.
Physical Review Letters (2005)
Observation of Dipole-Dipole Interaction in a Degenerate Quantum Gas
J. Stuhler;A. Griesmaier;T. Koch;M. Fattori.
Physical Review Letters (2005)
Strong dipolar effects in a quantum ferrofluid
Thierry Lahaye;Tobias Koch;Bernd Fröhlich;Marco Fattori.
Observation of Quantum Droplets in a Strongly Dipolar Bose Gas.
Igor Ferrier-Barbut;Holger Kadau;Matthias Schmitt;Matthias Wenzel.
Physical Review Letters (2016)
Stabilization of a purely dipolar quantum gas against collapse
T. Koch;T. Lahaye;J. Metz;B. Fröhlich.
Nature Physics (2008)
Observing the Rosensweig instability of a quantum ferrofluid
Holger Kadau;Matthias Schmitt;Matthias Wenzel;Clarissa Wink.
Evidence for coherent collective Rydberg excitation in the strong blockade regime.
Rolf Heidemann;Ulrich Raitzsch;Vera Bendkowsky;Björn Butscher.
Physical Review Letters (2007)
Observation of ultralong-range Rydberg molecules
Vera Bendkowsky;Björn Butscher;Johannes Nipper;James P. Shaffer;James P. Shaffer.
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