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Kai Morgener

  • Dr.
  • Postdoctoral researcher
  • Institute for Laser Physics
  • 4PublicationsNumber of items in Kai's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 1Followers

Research interests

Strongly Correlated SystemsBEC-BCS CrossoverImbalanced Fermi GasesMesoscopic PhysicsTwo-Dimensional Quantum Gases

About

Kai Morgener is a postdoctoral researcher working on two-dimensional fermionic gases in the group of Prof. Dr. Henning Moritz, University of Hamburg. 2009, he received his Diploma thesis working on the spectroscopy of semiconductor micropillar lasers in the group of Prof. Dr. S. Reitzenstein at the University of Würzburg. In 2010, Kai joined the group of Henning Moritz in Hamburg, where he finished his PhD in 2014. During the doctorate studies, he set up a new apparatus dedicated to experiments on isolated two-dimensional ultracold fermionic lithium-6 gases, providing local access with two high-resolution microscope objectives used for probing and imaging. His research interests lie in the field of low-dimensional fermionic quantum gases and include thermodynamic and superfluid properties in balanced and imbalanced systems.

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Publications (4)

  • Critical Velocity in the BEC-BCS Crossover

    • Weimer W
    • Morgener K
    • Singh V
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  • Probing superfluidity of Bose-Einstein condensates via laser stirring

    • Singh V
    • Weimer W
    • Morgener K
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  • Strong coupling in a quantum dot micropillar system under electrical current injection

    • Kistner C
    • Morgener K
    • Reitzenstein S
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  • Quantum Dot Micropillar Lasers

    • Reitzenstein S
    • Kistner C
    • Münch S
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Professional experience

Postdoctoral researcher

Institute for Laser Physics

December 2014 - Present

Education

PhD student

Institute for Laser Physics

September 2009 - December 2014(5 years)