Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Positron Physics
The Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Positron Physics (AMOPP) group explores many different topics and has both experimental and theoretical research programs in the following areas.
- Positron-, Positronium-, Electron-Collisions
- Ultracold Gases
- Ultrafast laser spectroscopy and Strong Laser Interactions
- Biological Physics
- Theoretical Physics of Molecules and Quantum Systems
- Quantum Information
This research spans the range from the fundamental to the applied. We perform high precision measurements coupled with theoretical work, which are aimed at improving our understanding of fundamental processes. The applications of this improved understanding to areas as diverse as the development and structure of the universe, environmental change, and the behaviour of biological systems. To find out more about our current research activities and the group in general, please click on the links above.
We have a number of PhD studentships available.