The Coherence and Quantum Technology group exploits its unique combination of cold atom, plasma and beam physics to achieve new understanding and novel applications
The research of the Coherence and Quantum Technology group focuses on collective effects in dilute, strongly interacting systems of high phase-space density: ultra-cold atoms, quantum gases and plasmas, and high-brightness electron, ion and atom beams. These strongly interacting systems have an extremely large variety in energy and length scales, ranging from high-Tc superconductors to the dense interiors of neutron stars. Understanding them is at the frontier of modern quantum physics.Read more
Work with us!
Please check out the TU/e Vacancies page for further opportunities within our group.
On the Rydberg Atom Quantum Computing project (link:www.tue.nl/RydbergQC) we have two postdoc vacancies: postdoc in quantum algorithms (theory) and postdoc in qubit hardware (experiment). For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet some of our Researchers
Deon Janse van Rensburg
Robert de Keijzer
Jasper van de Kraats
Our most recent peer reviewed publications
Efimovian three-body potential from broad to narrow Feshbach resonancesPhysical Review A (2023)
Photoionization-cross-section measurement of the 85Rb 5 2P3/2 excited state using microwave cavity resonance spectroscopyPhysical Review A (2022)
Holes and magnetic polarons in a triangular lattice antiferromagnetPhysical Review B (2022)
Isolated attosecond X-ray pulses from superradiant thomson scattering by a relativistic chirped electron mirrorScientific Reports (2022)
A Raman quantum free-electron laser modelPhysics of Plasmas (2022)