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Head of the group:

Prof. Dr. Thorsten Schumm
Tel.: +43-1-58801-141896
Fax: +43-1-58801-14199
Room number: ZA 01 40

TU Wien - Atominstitut
Stadionallee 2
1020 Vienna
Austria


Atomic clocks go nuclear

The quantum metrology research group is working towards a new type of atomic clock, that uses the atomic nucleus of Thorium-229 to realize the „ticking“. Going from electronic shell to nuclear transitions promises an increase in precision together with a more robust and compact implementation. More information can be found here

News:

Donnerstag, 2019-09-12

Milestones on the Way to the Nuclear Clock

Two research teams have succeeded simultaneously in measuring the long-sought Thorium nuclear transition, which enables extremely precise nuclear clocks. Mehr


Freitag, 2019-06-07

QME News: June 2019 - Two papers on Thorium-229 accepted in Nature

Today, two manuscripts on Thorium-229 were accepted for publication in Nature. Mehr


Montag, 2019-05-27

QME News: May 2019 - International Student Workshop on Quantum Technologies 2019

The Quantum Metrology students in the CoQuS doctoral program contributed greatly to the first International Student Workshop on Quantum Technologies (ISWQT) in Shanghai, China. Mehr


Montag, 2019-02-18

QME News: February 2019

Optical pumping to the Th-229 isomeric state demonstrated! Mehr


Donnerstag, 2019-01-24

QME News: January 2019

Max Lerchbaumer finishes his Master thesis and reinforces the Caesium Team for his PhD! Mehr


Donnerstag, 2018-11-01

QME News: November 2018

Tomas Sikorsky joins TU Wien Thorium Team! Mehr


Montag, 2018-07-02

QME News: July 2018

Florian Honz joins the Cesium Team! Mehr


Montag, 2018-03-19

QME News: March 2018 (3)

Alexander Syböck starts his Bachelor thesis. Mehr


Montag, 2018-03-12

QME News: March 2018 (2)

COST Action AtomQT picks up pace! Mehr


Montag, 2018-03-05

QME News: March 2018 (1)

New publication on the joint TU Wien & PTB work to directly excite the Thorium isomer Mehr


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