Dr Shengnan Zhang is leading the long range interaction project of the group. He joined the research group in September 2018. His research interests are focused on the strongly correlated many-body physics and Bose Einstein condensation. Currently, he is working on the experiment of long range interaction of 3P0-3D1 of cold Sr atoms confined in the optical lattice in Mott insulator.
PhD in Physics, Peking University, 2018
S. Zhang, P. Ramchurn, M. Menchetti, Q. Ubaid, J. Jones, K. Bongs, Y. Singh, “Cold strontium atoms based on 2.6 µm repumping and Landé g factor measurement of 3D1,” (in preparation) (2020)
S. Zhang, P. Ramchurn, K. Bongs, Y. Singh, “The measurement of Landé g factor of 3D1 with cold 88Sr atoms,” 34th European Frequency and Time Forum, April 21-23, ESA/ESTEC - Noordwijk, The Netherlands, 2020. (poster presentation)