prof. dr. K.H.K.J. Jungmann
Academic Training, Degrees, Functions.
University of Heidelberg
Diploma in Physics (1981); Promotion to Dr.rer.nat. (1985).
IBM Almaden Research Center
Postdoctoral Fellow (1985-1987).
University of Heidelberg
Research group leader in atomic and muon physics; Habilitation (1993); Associate Professor of Physics (1994); Extraordinary Professor of Physics (2000).
University of Groningen
Full Professor of Experimental Physics (2001); Deputy Director for Science at the Kernfysisch VersnellerInstituut (KVI)(2003-2008); Director Kernfysisch Versneller Instituut (2009-)
Extended Research Periods at various International Laboratories.
IBM Almaden Research Center (ARC) , San Jose, USA;
Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI), Villigen, Switzerland;
Los Alamos Meson Physics Facility (LAMPF),Los Alamos, USA;
Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL), Chilton, UK;
Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL), Upton, USA .
Main Scientific Activities and Results.
High precision measurements and novel equipment development in the fields of Atomic Physics, Laser Physics, Nuclear Physics, Particle Physics, Surface Science. The completed research projects and their results include: most precise tests of the Standard Model in Particle Physics (test of Lepton Number Conservation, setting of stringent bounds on New Physics Models, ruling out of several Speculative Models, observation of discrepancy between experimental value of muon magnetic anomaly and standard theory, test of Lorentz and CPT Invariance, QED tests); determination of most precise Fundamental Constants (muon mass, fine structure constant, muon charge), verification of Charge Quantization; Cluster Spectroscopy (first observation of collective cluster de-excitation by energy transfer to single desorbing atoms); Ion Trapping (observation of Collective Oscillations).Ongoing research includes: Searches for permanent Electric Dipole Moments (muon, atoms, nuclei); precision studies of Nuclear b -decay ; measurements of Atomic Parity Violation in single ions. The major technological larger development projects include: design and construction of Narrowband Dye-, Crystal- and Semiconductor-Lasers; calibration of molecular secondary Frequency Standards; precision Interferometry; interferometric optical Frequency Division; particle Detectors; fast Electronics; NMR based high precision absolute Magnetometry; development of Ultra Slow Muon Beam; setup of the TRI m P Facility at KVI .
More than 120 scientific articles, more than 240 conference contributions, more than 70 invited conference talks and keynote lectures, more than 150 university colloquia and seminars worldwide.
Administrative Responsibilities, Collaborations.
Group leader of research group in muon physics at University of Heidelberg (1987-2000); Spokesman (and initiator) of three larger international collaborations for precision muon experiments at RAL and PSI (Heidelberg- Aachen- Dubna- Novosibirsk- Oxford- Rutherford- Sussex- Southhampton- Strathclyde- Tblisi- Zürich- Yale- Novosibirsk, 75 scientists total, 1987-2000); Member of the Executive Committee (1996-1998 Chairman) of the international muon g-2 Collaboration at BNL (100 scientists, 15 American, European and Asian Institutions; 1987- ); Leading Member of several smaller muon physics experiments at PSI and LAMPF (20 scientists, 1987-2000) with main responsibilities for posing scientific questions, analysis and technical systems such as lasers, microwaves, electronicsand magnetic fields; Leader slow of muon collaboration at RAL (20 scientists, 1995-2000); Vice-chairman of inter-institutional Graduiertenkolleg “Experimentelle Methoden der Kern- und Teilchenphysik” at Universities of Heidelberg and Mannheim (1995-2000); Member of Executive Boards of the NIPNET and ION-CATCHER EU networks (2001-2005) and the General Assembly of SPIRAL2 Preparatory Phase EU project (2008-); Leader of the FOM managed programme TRI m P (KVI, 2001-).
Chairman of four and Co-chairman of three international conferences, symposia and workshops on atomic-, muon-, nuclear- and fundamental- physics; Initiator of three-annual international conference series Lepton Moments; Member of various scientific advisory boards to international conferences, workshops and symposia.
Chairman NuPECC Long Range Plan 2004 working group onFundamental Interactions (2001-2004); Dutch Member NuPECC (2009-); Member of various working groups preparing scientific strategy documents for CERN, European particle physics, EURISOL, FERMILAB, GSI and the muon collider activity (1999-2008); Chairman of KVI's internal Scientific Advisory Committee (2003-); Member of international working group on nuclear physics research in the Netherlands of the Royal Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences (2005-2007) ; Referee and member of various panels for funding agencies such as Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, Daimler-Benz-Stiftung, Helmholtz Gesellschaft, Humboldt Gesellschaft, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Canadian Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, Schweizer Nationalfonds, Dutch Organization for Science (NWO), Dutch Foundation for Fundamental Research on Matter (FOM), Japanese science ministry (KEK-MSL), etc.; Member of various review panels relating to experiments at KEK (muons and lasers), CERN (antiprotons, lasers, precision experiments, high power accelerators), RAL (precision experiments, muon physics)
Awards and Grants (principle investigator).
IBM Corporation, Postdoctoral Fellowship (international);Bundesminister für Bildung und Forschung, 5 Research Grants (Germany);Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, 5 diverse Grants (Germany); European Community, 3 RTD Grants (EU); Deutscher Akkademischer Austauschdienst, DAAD, 2 Scientific Exchange Grants(Germany);Volkswagenstiftung, Research Grant (Germany); Foundation for Fundamental Research on Matter, FOM, Projectruimte (The Netherlands);Various grants for short term scientific exchange, in particular visitors from diverse sources.
Lectures and seminars on elementary physics, quantum physics, atomic physics, subatomic physics,muon physics, laser physics; student laboratory classes, development of new student experiments; member of the international KVI FANTOM Research school; Research students: 18 doctoral theses, 30 diploma theses and 17 undergraduate student projects successfully completed; 6 PhD students presently at work.
Memberships in Professional Organizations.
Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft, European Physical Society; American Physical Society; Nederlandse Natuurkundige Vereeniging (Dutch Physical Society); Deutsche Gesellschaft der Naturforscher und Ärzte; Koninklijk Natuurkundig Genootschap Groningen.
Groningen, January 2009
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