Marie Curie Postdoc
Olivier stayed with us from March 2007 - April 2009 working on dark-gound imaging.
Olivier did his PhD in the COMETA group at the Laboratoire de Physique des Lasers in Paris, where he is studying BEC's in RF-traps. After this he went to India to join for three months the Fundamental Interactions Lab of Dr. Unnikrishnan in Mumbai where he has managed to take part in the first BEC of India.
After leaving our group in April 2009, Olivier spend the summer in Brasil, working in the team of Vanderlei Bagnato on a project of photonic molecules in a MOT and exploring the new world.
Olivier is now a Maître de Conférences (lecturer) at the Université de Provence in Marseille, where he works in the team of Martina Knoop and Françoise Vedel on the development of cold ions experiments. He is setting up a miniture atom clock using a single Ca+ ion.