Stephan Arlinghaus
 

Dr. rer. nat. Stephan Arlinghaus

Address

Condensed Matter Theory Group
Institut für Physik
Carl von Ossietzky Universität
D-26111 Oldenburg

phone  +49 441 798 3996
fax  +49 441 798 3080
 
email  s.arlinghaus(at)uni-oldenburg.de
room  W2 2-270A
 

Fields of Research

  • Bose-Einstein condensation
  • Single-particle dynamics and coherent control in driven optical lattices
  • Many-body physics in periodically driven double-well potentials
  • Quality of the mean-field approximation

Publications

Talks

  • Wave-packet surgery in driven optical lattices,
    DGP Spring meeting in March 2011, Dresden
  • Angetriebene optische Gitter als Starkfeld-Simulatoren,
    Theoretical Physics Colloquium in May 2010, Oldenburg
  • Multiphoton-like transitions in driven optical lattices,
    DGP Spring meeting in March 2010, Hannover

Posters

  • Bettina Gertjerenken, Stephan Arlinghaus, Niklas Teichmann, and Christoph Weiss:
    Deviations from Gross-Pitaevskii dynamics for Bose-Einstein condensates in double-well potentials,
    Spring Meeting of the DPG in March 2012, Stuttgart
  • Stephan Arlinghaus and Martin Holthaus:
    Wave packet surgery in driven optical lattices,
    Workshop 'Many-Body Quantum Dynamics in Closed Systems' in September 2011, Barcelona
  • Bettina Gertjerenken, Stephan Arlinghaus, Niklas Teichmann, and Christoph Weiss:
    Reproducible mesoscopic superpositions of Bose-Einstein condensates and mean-field chaos,
    Workshop 'Quo vadis Bose-Einstein condensation?' in August 2010, Dresden
  • Bettina Gertjerenken, Stephan Arlinghaus, Niklas Teichmann , and Christoph Weiss:
    Reproducible chaos-induced mesoscopic superpositions of Bose-Einstein condensates,
    Spring Meeting of the DPG in March 2010, Hannover
  • Bettina Gertjerenken, Stephan Arlinghaus, Niklas Teichmann , and Christoph Weiss:
    Emergence of mesoscopic entanglement for a bosonic Josephson junction,
    Spring Meeting of the DPG in March 2009, Hamburg
  • Stephan Arlinghaus, Bettina Gertjerenken, Christoph Weiss and Martin Holthaus:
    Non-adiabatic effects in a shaken bosonic Josephson junction,
    Spring Meeting of the DPG in March 2009, Hamburg

Ph.D. Thesis

Diploma Thesis

  • Bose-Einstein-Kondensate in einer Doppelmulde: Kohärente Kontrolle des Tunneleffektes
    (Oldenburg, April 2009, supervisors: Prof. Dr. M. Holthaus and PD Dr. C. Weiß)

Teaching

  • Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics (Prof. Dr. M. Holthaus, winter semester 10/11)

Education

2009 - 2012 Ph.D. student and teaching assistant at the University of Oldenburg in the 'Condensed Matter Theory' group of Prof. Dr. M. Holthaus
2008 - 2009 Diploma-student at the University of Oldenburg in the 'Condensed Matter Theory' group of Prof. Dr. M. Holthaus
2003 - 2009 Student of physics at the University of Oldenburg
in 2002 Abitur at the 'Gymnasium Antonianum Vechta'

Trainings and Courses

2011 Workshop 'How to publish in peer-reviewed journals', University of Oldenburg, Germany
2010 Summer School 'Quo vadis Bose-Einstein condensation?', Max-Planck-Institut Dresden, Germany
2009 Summer School 'Introductory course on ultracold quantum gases', University of Innsbruck, Austria