11 Jul 2018 – Vitaly Efimov and Rudolf Grimm received the inaugural Faddeev medal. The award ceremony took place at the XXII International Conference on Few-Body Problems in Physics in Caen, France. In 1970, Efimov predicted that a three-body system with resonant two-body interactions can form an infinite series of bound states. First experimental evidence for the “Efimov effect” was obtained in Innsbruck in 2005.
13 Jun 2018 – Our paper Probing the Interface of a Phase Separated State in a Repulsive Bose-Fermi Mixture just came out in Physical Review Letters. Now we know what happens at the interface between a Bose-Einstein condensate and a degenerate Fermi sea under conditions where both species are immiscible.
30 May 2018 – Our paper Accurate Determination of the Dynamical Polarizability of Dysprosium just came out in Physical Review Letters. We show how to solve the problem of notoriously difficult measurements of atomic polarizabilities by using a reference species.