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  • Title: Laser-manipulation laboratory | Laser Centre of University of Latvia
    Descriptive info: .. Laser-manipulation laboratory.. Laser Centre of University of Latvia.. Menu.. Skip to content.. Open positions.. Our Team.. Projects and Grants.. Research Goals.. Supersonic Molecular Beam.. Ultra-Cold Atoms.. Search for:.. The world around us is amazing! From the smallest particles to the unimaginably large universe, all things make complex interactions within themselves and with the environment around them.. How do you explore these intricate interactions?.. Effort is important, but knowing where to make an effort makes all the difference.. We focus our efforts on scientific research  ...   a better controlled manipulation of light-matter interactions, with direct relevance to such up-to-date topics such as quantum information processing, precision time measurements, and sensitive magnetic field measurements.. 2013/04/11.. Laser-manipulation laboratory website of Laser Centre of University of Latvia!.. 2013/02/18.. laserman.. Laser-manipulation laboratory website of Laser Centre of University of Latvia will be launching soon.. Laser Centre main page.. Atomic and Molecular Physics Laboratory.. Molecule Optical Polarization Laboratory.. Laboratory of Astrospectroscopy.. Recent Posts.. Categories.. Meta.. Log in.. Entries.. RSS.. Comments.. WordPress.. org.. Proudly powered by WordPress..

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  • Title: Open positions | Laser-manipulation laboratory
    Descriptive info: Currently we have a number of projects are available for PhD, Master, and Bachelor students.. For further details feel free to.. contact anyone of our team..

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  • Title: Our Team | Laser-manipulation laboratory
    Descriptive info: Academic staff.. Dr.. Aigars Ekers – coordinator, Senior Researcher.. Support Staff.. Mr.. Alexander Švarcs – Engineer/Technician.. Students.. Mārtiņš Brūvelis PhD student, Acting Researcher.. Artūrs Ciniņš PhD student, Acting Researcher.. Visiting staff.. Prof.. Nikolai Bezuglov, MER.. Teodora Kirova, ER.. Christina Andreeva, ER..

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  • Title: Projects and Grants | Laser-manipulation laboratory
    Descriptive info: COLIMA – Coherent manipulation of light and matter via interferences of laser-dressed states.. The key objective of the Project is to carry out coordinated transfer of knowledge measures between participating teams with aim to develop new collaborations, to transform the existing collaborations into long lasting synergies, and to enhance the level of scientific excellence of the participating early stage and experienced researchers.. Regular transfer of knowledge will be upheld via secondments of researchers through all 4 years of the project.. The transfer of knowledge will be carried out in the context of scientific research in the field of coherent manipulation of light and matter.. New knowledge and novel scientific techniques enabling a better controlled manipulation of light-matter interactions, with direct relevance to such up-to-date topics like quantum information processing, precision time measurements, and sensitive magnetic field measurements, are among the expected outcomes.. Read more about the COLIMA project at the COLIMA project home page.. http://colima.. lasercentre.. lv.. Trilateral Joint Research Cooperation project of Latvia, Lithuania and Taiwan Coherent manipulation of matter by light and light by matter.. The Project aims at the development of novel techniques for accurate manipulation of light-matter interactions by exploiting the modification of quantum states of matter during their interaction with coherent light fields, and the control of light fields by a medium with coherently prepared matter states.. Work on  ...   optical vortices using laser beams.. Transfer of vortices from the control beam to the slow light during its storage and retrieval, and possible applications to quantum information storage and to the non-linear optics at low intensities will be analyzed.. Experimental demonstration of single-photon cross-phase modulation is among the expected results.. LAMOL – Laser manipulation of stochastic molecular processes.. The project aims at carrying out transfer of knowledge activities at a host university in a new Member State.. These activities are carried out in the context of research work at the newly established Molecular Beam Laboratory and Laser Centre of the host.. A number of international partner research groups with profound knowledge in related research fields are contributing to the rapid building up of a high level of competence at the host laboratory and to the initiation of new research directions.. The research work combines laser manipulation in molecular beams with novel developments of the stochastic theory of molecular complex formation to explore new ways of control of bimolecular fragmentation processes.. This work is organised in three main directions: development of novel techniques for laser manipulation of the molecular quantum states; studies of control of fragmentation of the molecular collision complexes; development of understanding about the stochastic processes involving photons and electrons.. Read more about the LAMOL project at the LAMOL project home page.. http://lamol..

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  • Title: Research Goals | Laser-manipulation laboratory
    Descriptive info: Desire to control the outcome of chemical processes has been driving the efforts of chemists and physicists for many decades.. The conventional methods use catalysts, temperature, or pressure, and provide only a limited control without the desired selectivity.. The global objective of our work is to develop understanding about bimolecular collisions involving atoms and molecules in Rydberg states and explore the possibilities to  ...   several associated questions must be answered:.. How to efficiently and coherently handle the population of Rydberg levels?.. Since laser manipulation is the preferred choice for handling atomic and molecular excitation, what happens when the molecules interact with strong laser fields?.. How to learn the molecular parameters (lifetimes, branching data) using a cw setup?.. How the stochastic phenomena influence the dynamics of bimolecular processes?..

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  • Title: Supersonic Molecular Beam | Laser-manipulation laboratory
    Descriptive info: Since June 10, 2005 Laser Centre Laser-manipulation laboratory has been operating the first supersonic molecular beam apparatus in Latvia.. Artūrs Ciniņš peparing atomic/molecular supersonic beam machine for experiments..

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  • Title: Ultra-Cold Atoms | Laser-manipulation laboratory
    Descriptive info: We are constructing a Magneto-otpical trap for Rubidium atoms that will be the source of ultra-cold atoms..

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  • Title: Effort is important, but knowing where to make an effort makes all the difference. | Laser-manipulation laboratory
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  • Title: Laser-manipulation laboratory website of Laser Centre of University of Latvia! | Laser-manipulation laboratory
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  • Title: laserman | Laser-manipulation laboratory
    Descriptive info: Category Archives: laserman..

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