On an irregular basis various Special Seminars take place at the MPQ. The seminars are organized by scientists of our divisions, administration or staff representatives.

The location will be announced with the event.


IMPRS-APS Talk: Sub-Optical-Cycle Control of Light and Matter (Prof. Daniele Brida)

The new idea consists in exploiting the optical field itself to control the properties of crystals and nanostructures. With this approach, it becomes possible to access phenomena occurring within an oscillation of light as benchmarked by three experiments. [more]

Untangling Entanglement and Chaos (Meenu Kumari)

How does classical chaos affect the generation of quantum entanglement? What signatures of chaos exist at the quantum level and how can they be quantified? [more]

Stable p-wave resonant two-dimensional Fermi-Bose dimers (Prof. Dmitry Petrov)

We consider two-dimensional weakly-bound heterospecies molecules formed in a Fermi-Bose mixture with attractive Fermi-Bose and repulsive Bose-Bose interactions. [more]

Ultracold chromium-lithium Fermi mixtures with resonant few-body interactions (Prof. Matteo Zaccanti)

From quark and nuclear matter down to solid-state systems and ultracold gases, mass asymmetry is known to profoundly influence the behavior of strongly interacting mixtures of fermionic particles, both at the few- and many-body level. [more]

Approaching Frustrated Magnetism with Symmetric PEPS (Ji-Yao Chen)

In two dimensions, Projected Entangled-Pair States (PEPS) are elegant many-body wavefunctions which capture efficiently the quantum entanglement of ground states of local quantum spin Hamiltonians. [more]