The new CALT building

with our D. Aumiler was featured in a news article from

V. Vulić visited

the group of dr. Bojan Resan where he worked on the ps Ti:Sapphire laser. October 2020.

Toma Petrinović

defended his master thesis: “Determination of cold atom temperature by absorption imaging“. Congratulations from cold atoms team! September 2020.

Ivana Puljić

joined our cold atoms group as a PhD student. September 2020.

Our new paper

Simultaneous dual-species laser cooling using an optical frequency comb” is published in Physical Review A. August 2020

Ivana Puljić

defended her master thesis: “Simultaneous cooling of two atomic species using an optical frequency comb“. Congratulations from cold atoms team! July 2020.

Research activities in the field of cold atoms in Croatia take place at the Department of Physics, University of Zagreb and the Institute of Physics in Zagreb.

Theoretical studies on cold atoms at the Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb have started in 2005. Today they are exploring interacting ultracold atomic gases in synthetic magnetic fields and searching for the anyon signatures. You can find more about theoretical studies at the project pages of prof. H. Buljan.

Experimental studies are taking place at the Institute of Physics, Zagreb where the first operating magneto-optical trap in south-eastern Europe was realized in 2011. The research is focused on exploring the interaction of femtosecond pulses with cold rubidium atoms. On this page you can find out more about our experimental research.