Martins was visiting us the from University of Latvia to work on the BEC1 experiment, when he did some excellent work manly on the computer control of the experiment.
He is now a Ph.D. candidates back in University of Latvia, while continuing research at the Laser Centre of University of Latvia.
Martin is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Latvia
As an acting researcher, Martins devised novel methodologies to solve complex research tasks and
disseminated the outcomes of research and scholarship in peer-reviewed academic publications and international conference contributions.
Martins joined us for a short but fruitful period and worked on the computer control.
Martins completed his undergraduate studies as a n Electronics/Programming Engineer in 2010 at the University of Latvia