upcomming colloquium talks

Archiv colloquium series winter term 2016/2017

Quantum plasmonics, polaritons and strong light-matter interactions with 2d material heterostructures (Prof. F. Koppens)

The controlof polaritons are at the heart of nano-photonics and opto-electronics. Two-dimensional materials have emerged as a toolbox for in-situ control of awide range of polaritons: plasmons, excitons and phonons. [more]

Driven-dissipative Bose-Einstein condensates (Prof. H. Ott)

Ultracold quantum gases are usually well isolated from the environment. This allows for the study of ground state properties and unitary dynamics of many-body quantum systems under almost ideal conditions. [more]

Thermodynamics and order beyond equilibrium - the physics of periodically driven quantum systems (Prof. R. Moessner)

The field of thermodynamics is one of the crown jewels of classical physics. However, only comparatively recently, due to the advent of experiments in cold atomic systems with long coherence times, has our detailed understanding of its connection to quantum statistical mechanics seen remarkable progress. [more]

MAGIC with Trapped Ions (Prof. C. Wunderlich)

Trapped atomic ions are a well-advanced physical system for quantum information science (QIS). QIS is meant to encompass the quest for a specialized, or even universal processor for quantum information, the investigation of fundamental questions of quantum physics, as well as applications of techniques emanating from these investigations to other fields, for example, precision spectroscopy and sensing. [more]

 
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