Monday, 11 September 2017
In early 2017 Milena Horvath, as part of her MSc project and with the help of other members of the Kjærgaard research group built a laser-based collider to probe an extremely narrow magnetic Feshbach resonance of rubidium above threshold. This optical collider scheme represents a novel approach to test low-energy few-body physics and the results are now published in the high impact interdisciplinary journal Nature Communications.
Congratulations Milena, Ryan, Amita and Niels!
Left to right, Ryan Thomas, Milena Horvath, Dr Niels Kjærgaard and Dr Amita Deb