讲座题目：The only mystery
报告人：Prof. Herman Batelaan Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Nebraska Lincoln, Lincoln NE
报告摘要：We report on electron double-slit diffraction, bouncing oil-droplet double slit diffraction and stochastic electrodynamics. It is perhaps surprising that the electron double-slit experiment that includes the single particle build-up has been done only a few years ago. A comparison to the Kapitza-Dirac effect, another way to diffract electrons, highlights the question: "By what interaction does the electron diffract?" A suggestive experiment (the bouncing oil-droplet analogue) and theory (stochastic electrodynamics) will be discussed in this context.
报告人简介：Prof. Herman Batelaan
Professeur de première classe 2013 June 15-July 15, University of Toulouse, France.
Full Professor 2010-present, University of Nebraska Lincoln, Lincoln NE.
Visiting Professor 2005 Sept-Nov, University of Innsbruck
Associate Professor(with tenure) 2003-2010, University of Nebraska Lincoln, Lincoln NE.
Assistant Professor 1999-2003, University of Nebraska Lincoln, Lincoln NE.
Research Associate 1998-1999, Atomic and Optical Interactions group,
Technical University of Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
Research Assistant Professor, Lecturer
1996-1998, Atomic physics group, University of NebraskaLincoln.
Lise Meitner fellow 1994-1996, Institut für Experimental Physik, University of
Post-doctoral fellow 1991-1994, Quantum electronics group, SUNY at Stony Brook NY.
Graduate Institution 1987-1991, Physics, Ph. D., Atomic physics group,
University of Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Undergraduate Institution 1983-1987, Physics, Masters, University of Leiden,
1. The Aharonov–Bohm effects: Variations on a subtle theme,H. Batelaanand A. Tonomura, Phys. Today 62 September 38 (2009)
2. Macroscopic Test of the Aharonov-Bohm Effect. A. Caprez, B. Barwick, and H. Batelaan, Phys. Rev. Lett. 99, 210401 (2007)
3. S. Hilbert, B. Barwick, C. J. G. J. Uiterwaal,H. Batelaan, A. Zewail, "Temporal lenses for attosecond and femtosecond electron pulses", PNAS, p. 10558, vol. 106, (2009).
4. Tip-top imaging. H. Batelaan and C. J. G. J. Uiterwaal, Nature 446, 500 (2007).
5.Colloquium:Illuminating the Kapitza-Dirac effect with electron matter optics.H. Batelaan.Rev. of Mod. Phys. 79, 929 (2007)