In the Atom Optics group we study Bose-Einstein condensates in a unique situation, namely that the interactions between the superfluid and thermal atoms are in the hydrodynamic regime.
In our group, we aim to realize a new paradigm in imaging in scattering materials by integrating concepts from these distinct fields.
In the Atom plasmonics group, we use nano structures as traps for atoms. When the atoms are close to these structures, we can study how the plasmonics excitations couple to the atoms.
We investigate and explore non-conventional method of imaging in scattering materials by integrating concepts from distinct fields such as space-time wavefront shaping, compressive sensing, adaptive optics and optical metrology.
8 September 2016
Tenure tracker Sanli Faez on the Physics of Light in Complex Systems laboratory
7 July 2016
Three research projects at the Faculty of Science receive subsidy from FOM-Projectruimte
18 February 2016
Pioneer in the field of ‘wavefront shaping’ Allard Mosk Professor of Physics of Light in Complex Systems
As of November 2015, Allard Mosk was appointed as Professor of Physics of Light in Complex Systems at the Debye Institute for Nanomaterials
6 October 2014
Prof. Kobus Kuipers appointed Professor with a Specialised Remit in Nanophotonics