[01/05/2017] Bye bye Stefan

After 8 years in CCM we are very sadly saying goodbye to Stefan Truppe. He is off to start his own group at the Fritz-Harber Institute in Berlin! Good luck Stefan, we wish you all the best!

 

[26/04/2017] Congratulations Dr. Grandi!

Congratulations to Samuele Grandi on successfully defending his thesis on "Single quantum emitters: resonance fluorescence and emission enhancement". Well done Sam!

 

[21/03/2017] Hannah Williams wins Stevenson Fund Award

Congratulations to Hannah on winning a Stevenson Fund Award to undertake a research placement with Prof. Tanya Zelevinsky at Columbia University.

[21/03/2017] Congratulations Dr. Almond!

Congratulations to Dr. James Almond for successfully defending his thesis on "Laser cooling of YbF molecules for an improved measurement of the electron electric dipole moment". Well done James!

[02/02/2017] Hannah Williams wins Three Minute Thesis Physics Round!

Well done to Hannah who impressed the judges with her talk on cold molecules to win the physics round of the three minute thesis competition. She'll be competing in the Imperial-wide contest in April. Good Luck Hannah! You can watch her talk here

 

[21/12/2016] Nature Communications publication

Our paper on "Observing coherence effects in an overdamped quantum system" has been published in Nature Communications today. You can see it here.

 

[19/12/2016] Isabel Rabey wins Anne Thorne Thesis Prize

Izzie has won the Anne Thorne thesis prize. This prize is awarded for a PhD thesis in experimental physics concerned with the development and / or use of new experimental instrumentation or techniques. Well done Izzie!

 

[15/12/2016] Congratulations Dr. Rabey!

Congratulations to Dr. Isabel Rabey for successfully defending her thesis on "Improved shot noise limit of the YbF EDM experiment". Well done Izzie!

 

[05/12/2016] Congratulations Dr. Bumby!

Congratulations to Dr. James Bumby for successfully defending his thesis on "Progress towards a source of cold, slow molecules for tests of fundamental physics". Well done James!