Wim Ubachs

Professor of Atomic, Molecular and Laser Physics
Group leader at the Advanced Research Center for Nanolithography

ERC-Advanced grant of Prof. Dr. Wim Ubachs (2015); Abstract

ORCID iD iconhttps://orcid.org/0000-0001-7840-3756
Research-ID: F-5649-2011

Workshop organized:
Precision spectroscopy of molecual hydrogen
Amsterdam 22 June 2020, On-line

Workshop organized:
Rayleigh-Brillouin scattering; Lidar applications in the Earth's atmosphere
Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, 27 Juni 2018, WenN-gebouw, zaal C1.47

Picture of the Atomic, Molecular and Laser physics group (25 May 2018)

Interview in Ad Valvas: Dutch Astrochemistry

Duo-interview in FOM-Jaarboek 2015 with Oscar Versolato on collaboration at ARCNL

ERC Proof of Concept RESPIRA; set up by Edcel Salumbides

The eEDM project RUG - VU - Nikhef collaboration

Video Impression of our Laboratory

  • Research group QML (head)
  • Staff QML
  • Email and Address
  • Short CV
  • Vacancies/Jobs
  • My Google Scholar
  • Publications
  • Talks
  • Collaborations
  • Varying constants ? H2
  • Varying constants ? Methanol
  • QED tests in He and H2
  • Atmospheric processes
  • XUV-lasers
Funding Programs
  • FOM: Broken Mirrors & Drifting Constants
  • New Frontiers in Cosmology
  • Dutch Astrochemistry Network
  • Proton Size Puzzle
  • PhD students
  • Lecture notes
  • Undergraduate projects
  • Masters in Laser Sciences
  • LaserLaB Amsterdam
  • Laserlab Europe
  • Scientific Journals
Uitleg van onderzoek 
  • "Een laser weegschaal"
  • "Materie geen spat veranderd"
  • "Spookdeeltjes in Moleculen"
  • "Een zwaar Bohr atoom"
In de Pers 
  • "Kwispelende lichtstraal"
  • "Aeolus weersatelliet"
  • "Ultrapreciese Metingen"
  • "Wij zijn Sterrenstof"
  • Hollands Dagboek NRC
  • Natuurconstanten in de Pers
  • Some Pictures
  • Oratie
  • Stamboom Ubachs
  • My sons soccer team

Atomic, Molecular and Laser Physics - Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Address: De Boelelaan 1081, 1081 HV Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Telephone:+31(0)205987892 Fax:+31(0)205987992