Constantine Condylis

07/2006 to 07/2010 Postdoc on BEC 1


Before landing on Crete, he was a member of the Centre for Cold Matter (CCM) group of Prof. Ed Hinds at Imperial College London. There he completed his PhD working on the experiment searching for time reversal symmetry violation in YbF molecules: looking for the interaction of the electric dipole moment of the electron with the molecule via its tiny shift to the molecular energy levels.

  • 07/2015 to 04/2016 Postdoc at the Singapore Centre for Quantum Technologies working with Rainer Dumke to make an BEC loaded into a ring-shaped optical-potential which forms the “Atomtronics” equivalent of a SQUID flux quit.
  • 07/2010 to 07/2015 Postdoc in Singapore at the centre for quantum technologies in an atom-chip lab of Bjorn Hessmo. There he worked on a Bose-Einstein Condensation (BEC) experiment to trap an ultra-cold gas of Rb87 atoms below an atom-chip.
  • 07/2006 to 07/2010 Postdoc on BEC 1
  • 09/2002 to 06/2006PhD student at Imperial College London at the Centre for Cold Matter (CCM) group of Prof. Ed Hinds. There he completed his PhD working on the experiment searching for time reversal symmetry violation in YbF molecules: looking for the interaction of the electric dipole moment of the electron with the molecule via its tiny shift to the molecular energy levels.
  • 09/1998 to 06/2002 Master student