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We have studied the effects of chirped femtosecond laser pulses on the formation of ultracold molecules in a Rb magneto-optical trap. We have found that application of chirped femtosecond pulses suppressed the formation of (85)Rb and (87)Rb(2) a(3)sigma(+)(u) molecules in contrast to comparable nonchirped pulses, cw illumination, and background formation(More)
Due to the material changes of components from metal to plastic or composite materials, the structural health monitoring finds more and more interest in the industrial fields. The reason is that these materials are more vulnerable to damage or impacts which cannot be optically detected. In this contribution we present a method to analyze the structure of(More)
This paper describes the development of unobtrusive room sensors to discover relationships between sleep quality and the clinical assessments of combat soldiers suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and mild traumatic brain injury (TBI). We consider the use of a remote room sensor unit composed of a Doppler radar, light, sound and other room(More)
The dynamics of the excited state during the photoassociation of cold molecules from cold rubidium atoms is studied in a series of pump-probe experiments. Dipole transitions similar to those of the atoms are observed in the molecular signal. While such behaviour is characteristic of the long-range molecules, the photoassociation of bound molecules is(More)
Cash machines or automated teller machines (ATMs) are one of the typical ways to get cash around the world. Such machines are under a variety of criminal attacks. Most of the manipulations are performed through skimming. In 2014, such attacks led to a damage of approx. 280 million Euro within the EU. In this paper, we propose an approach to detect anomalies(More)
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