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Wolfgang Ketterle (born 21 October 1957) is a German physicist an professor o physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). His resairch haes focused on experiments that trap an cuil atoms tae temperaturs close tae absolute zero, an he led ane o the first groups tae realize Bose–Einstein condensation in thir seestems in 1995. For this achievement, as well as early fundamental studies o condensates, he wis awairdit the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2001, thegither wi Eric Allin Cornell an Carl Wieman.
Wolfgang Ketterle at a symposium at Brown Varsity, 2007
|Born||21 October 1957|
Heidelberg, Wast Germany
|Naitionality||Germany, Unitit States|
Max Planck Institute o Quantum Optics
|Kent for||Bose–Einstein condensates|
|Awairds||Benjamin Franklin Medal (2000)|
Nobel Prize for Physics (2001)
|Institutions||Varsity o Heidelberg|
|Doctoral advisor||Herbert Walther|
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