Nobel Prize in Physics for Director at MPI of Quantum Optics
Ferencz Krausz, Director at the Max Planck Institute (MPI) of Quantum Optics, receives the 2023 Nobel Prize in Physics together with Pierre Agostini (The Ohio State University, Columbus, USA) and Anne L’Huillier (Lund University, Sweden). For more details, you might want to have a look at the respective news from the institute. It is already the second Nobel Prize in Physics for a Director at the MPI, after Theodor Hänsch was awarded with this most important prize in science in 2005. We sincerely congratulate Ferencz Krausz and the MPI of Quantum Optics on this huge success! We collaborated with the MPI on the simulation of flow, temperature and molecule transport in a buffer-gas cell for cryogenic buffer-gas cooling, as described in more detail here.