I am a Ph.D. student in theoretical physics in the group of Dr. Richard Schmidt.
My research focuses on few-and many-body phenomena in ultracold gases.
- Ultracold Fermi gases with quantum impurities
- Spectroscopy protocols in ultracold atoms
- Polaron physics
- Nonequilibrium field theoretical methods
- Variational methods
I joined the Theory Division of the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics in October 2019.
Currently, I am working on Fermi polaron physics. In particular, I am developing a theoretical description of Raman and Ramsey spectroscopy protocols in ultracold atoms with quantum impurities.
Furthermore, I am interested in collective phenomena arising in quantum light-matter systems.
Before joining the MPQ, I completed my undergraduate studies at the University of Cologne. My MSc thesis focussed on many-body instabilities in Moiré flatband systems using the functional renormalization Group (FRG).
Address: Max-Planck-Institute of Quantum Optics
85748 Garching, Germany
- “Emergent Kardar-Parisi-Zhang phase in quadratically driven condensates”
O. K. Diessel, S. Diehl, and A. Chiocchetta
- “Observation of a Smooth Polaron-Molecule Transition in a Degenerate Fermi Gas”
G. Ness, C. Shkedrov, Y. Florshaim, O. K. Diessel, J. von Milczewski, R. Schmidt, and Y. Sagi
Phys. Rev. X 10, 041019