Quantum Critical Metals

Quantum Critical Metals
Metallic quantum critical phenomena are believed to play a key role in many strongly correlated materials, including high temperature superconductors. [mehr]

A step for gauge fields in lattices and a twist by Dissipation ( Prof. Tilman Esslinger)

A step for gauge fields in lattices and a twist by Dissipation
The coupling between gauge and matter fields plays an important role in many models of high-energy and condensed matter physics. In these models, the gauge fields are dynamical quantum degrees of freedom in the sense that they are influenced by the spatial configuration and motion of the matter field. So far, synthetic magnetic fields for atoms in optical lattices were intrinsically classical, as these did not feature back-action from the atoms. [mehr]

Ultrafast road to extremely efficient chiral light matter interaction ( Prof. Olga Smirnova)

Ultrafast road to extremely efficient chiral light matter interaction

Quantum optics and quantum information science in multi-dimensional photonics Networks (Prof. Christine Silberhorn)

Quantum optics and quantum information science in multi-dimensional photonics Networks

Heavy Neutrinos as a Key to understand the Universe (Prof. Marco Drewes)

Heavy Neutrinos as a Key to understand the Universe

Polariton-electron interactions in two dimensional materials (Prof. Atac Imamoglu)

Polariton-electron interactions in two dimensional materials

Ultracold atoms carrying orbital angular momentum in lattices of rings: topology and quantum magnetism ( Prof. Veronica Ahufinger)

Ultracold atoms carrying orbital angular momentum in lattices of rings: topology and quantum magnetism

From Optical Communications to the Brain: Integrated Photonics on Silicon (Prof. Joyce Poon)

From Optical Communications to the Brain: Integrated Photonics on Silicon

The quantum phases of dipolar quantum gases ( Porf. Francesca Ferlaino)

The quantum phases of dipolar quantum gases

Simulating quantum magnetism with quantum dot Arrays (Prof. Lieven Vandersypen)

Simulating quantum magnetism with quantum dot Arrays
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