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Univ. Prof. Dr. Hartmut Abele

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TU Wien - Atominstitut
Stadionallee 2
1020 Vienna




Neutron- and Quantum Physics

Abele Group


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Freitag, 2016-11-11

Work Programme recognized by ESFRI

The work programme of Neutron & Quantum Physics Group has been singled out by the ESFRI Scripta entitled "Neutron scattering facilities in Europe: present status and future perspective". Mehr

Freitag, 2015-07-17

Walter Hälg Prize 2015 for Helmut Rauch

It is a great pleasure to announce that the 2015 Walter Hälg Prize has been awarded to Prof Dr Helmut Rauch for his outstanding and seminal contributions to the fundamental aspects of neutron physics and optics and many related aspects of quantum physics. Mehr

Mittwoch, 2015-07-15

Eine Unschärferelation in der Quanteninformationstheorie

Physiker am Atominstitut der TU Wien bestätigen eine Unschärferelation beim Informationsaustausch zwischen zwei Quantenmessungen. Mehr

Montag, 2015-06-15

Ehrenzeichen für Wissenschaft und Kunst für Prof. Helmut Rauch

TU-Physiker Helmut Rauch wurde am 15. Juni vom Bundespräsidenten ausgezeichnet. Als einer der Väter der Neutroneninterferometrie wurde Rauch weltweit bekannt. Mehr

Dienstag, 2015-04-07

New Frontiers Research Groups Programme

Konrad Gertrud, member of the Neutron & Quantum Physics Group of H. Abele at Atominstitut, receives funding from the Austrian Academy of Science for her programme “NoMoS: Beyond the Standard Model Physics in Neutron Decay”. The programme offers...


Freitag, 2015-03-13

Hunt for Chameleons

The accelerating expansion of the universe suggests that most of the energy in the universe is ‘dark energy’. A prominent candidate for dark energy is the so called Chameleon field. Its name has been chosen because the field depends on the local mass...


Donnerstag, 2014-10-23

Neuer Teilchendetektor-Typ soll Standardmodell und mögliche Erweiterungen testen

Die fundamentalen Gesetze der Physik lassen sich anhand von Neutronenzerfällen studieren. An der TU Wien wurde nun der „R Kreuz B-Detektor“ entwickelt, der in zwei Jahren in Betrieb gehen soll. Mehr

Dienstag, 2014-07-29

The Quantum Cheshire Cat

Can neutrons be located at a different place than their own spin? A quantum experiment, carried out by a team of researchers from the Vienna University of Technology, demonstrates a new kind of quantum paradox. Mehr

Mittwoch, 2014-04-16

Searching for Dark Energy with Neutrons

It does not always take a huge accelerator to do particle physics: First results from a low energy, table top alterative takes validity of Newtonian gravity down by five orders of magnitude and narrows the potential properties of the forces and particles that may exist beyond it by more than one hundred thousand times. Gravity resonance spectroscopy, a method developed at the Vienna University of Technology, is so sensitive that it can now be used to search for Dark Matter and Dark Energy. Mehr

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