Trenkwalder Andreas

Professional Profile: Researcher (Employee)
Activity field: Research
Main office/laboratory: Sezione Sesto Fiorentino – LENS
Office phone number: 055 457 2005
Laboratory phone number: 055 457 2005
OrcidID: 0000-0002-3066-5025ScopusID: 23490378500
Primary activity: experimental physics with focus on basic research of dilute quantum gases of fermions, specifically a) Fermi-Fermi mixture of Li6-Cr53 in the strongly interacting regime to investigate BEC-BCS crossover with mass imbalance, strongly repulsive (Stoner) Ferromagnetism, RF spectroscopy in the impurity (Polaron) limit, p-wave pairing and stable exotic (non-Evimovian) trimer and tetramer states. b) Generation of ground-state Li6-Cr53 paramagnetic molecules. c) development of the first quantum computer in Italy (HPC). d) development of new technologies (digital & analogue electronics, RF, FPGA based control systems, software & hardware).

Main experiences acquired: Basic experimental research on degenerate fermions (Li6, Cr53 and K40) and bosons (Cr52, K39), and Fermi-Fermi mixtures (Li6-K40 and Li6-Cr53). Design, setting up and development of new technologies for such experiments: analogue/digital/RF/low-noise electronics, FPGA hardware and software development, ultrahigh-vaccum systems, laser technologies, frequency doubling, optics, imaging technologies, measurement and analysis, control systems hardware and software, programming (C/C++, Java, Python, Verilog, Assembler, device-driver for Windows & Linux), Mathematica, Monte-Carlo simulation.

Research Groups:
Fermi-Fermi mixtures

Others Funded Projects in which he/she participates:
New generation of high sensitivity atom interferometers
Superfluid and normal phases of unequal mass fermions with two- and three-body resonant interactions

Publications, Research Results, now, in INO’s database are: 13
  –   Papers JCR/ISI Journals, are: 13
  –   Books or Chapters, are: 0
  –   Papers in Journals not indexed JCR/ISI, are: 0
  –   Conference proceedings, are: 1
  –   Abstract, are: 0

Bibliometric indices are calculated USING ONLY THE INO DATABASE and the number of citations from “WEB OF SCIENCE” (of Thomson Reuters) is updated at 2024-06-16
  –   maximum number of citations for an article: 363
  –   maximum impact factor (IF) for a journal when an article is published: 38.597
  –   H-INDEX: 12   G-INDEX: 12   HC-INDEX (contemporary): 12 
  –   List of TopTen papers in citations  –   List of TopTen journals in Impact Factor