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Clausius enthusiasm

Rudolph Clausius was born on 02.01.1822 and served as Professor of Physics at the University of Bonn from 1869 till his death in 1888. He is one of the most eminent scientists of the 19th century, his legacy includes the mechanical theory of heat, the invention of the entropy and much more with relevance to numerous fields of science.

The University of Bonn has commemorated his legacy with a series of lectures during the winter term 2021/22. For more information, including a lecture by Dieter Meschede, klick the image.


Dieter Meschede's group finishes experimenting

Important note:

Due to the retirement of Prof. Meschede the laboratories of our research group have been closed.


  1. There are no new opportunities for thesis work at any level.
  2. We wish you good luck elsewhere.
  3. Continue following our activities on this website.

Quantum Technology Wanted: Passion for Precision

Dieter Meschede holds a seminar at the Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry of the University of Bonn, giving an overview of the research activities of the group. The seminar can be viewed at this link.


Humboldt fellow Nir Davidson visits our group

We are happy that Prof. Nir Davidson form the Weizmann Institute of Science spends six weeks with us in Bonn. We thank the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation for its generous support.


"Quantum Futur-Award" to Dr. Carsten Robens

Dr. Carsten Robens wins the BMBF prize "Quantum Futur-Award" for the best PhD thesis in the research area of quantum technologies. With his PhD thesis, which was defended in February 2017, Carsten Robens has taken a step closer to realizing a quantum computer with neutral atoms. The core result of his work is a new method to control single atoms depending on the internal spin state, which enables an unparalleled control of the position of atoms in so-called polarization synthesized optical lattices. The ceremony has been celebrated at the Universität Stuttgart on March 22nd, 2018 in the framework of the "Quantum Futur-Akademie" (more details here).

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