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Jean-Yves Desaules (University of Leeds)
Recent experiments on large chains of Rydberg atoms [1] have demonstrated the possibility of realising one-dimensional, kinetically constrained quantum systems. more

Efi Shahmoon, Weizmann Institute of Science
Ordered arrays of trapped atoms form a natural, quantum-coherent interface between light and matter, opening numerous possibilities. more

Pascal Weckesser, University of Freiburg
The fields of ultracold atoms and trapped ions are important pillars of experimental quantum optics. more

Nicola Reiter, (EPFL, Lausanne)
We are setting up a novel type of atom microscope, consisting of ultra-cold Lithium 6 atoms in a highfinesse
cavity, combined with high-numerical-aperture optics. more

Michael Sentef, Theory, MPI Structure and Dynamics of Matter, Hamburg
Light-induced superconducting optical responses have been experimentally observed in a variety of materials, including high-T_c cuprates [1,2] and alkali-doped fullerides [3,4] more

Prof. Titus Neupert,  University of Zurich
While driven interacting quantum matter is generically subject to heating and scrambling, certain classes of systems evade this paradigm. more

Christoph Rupprecht, Uni Würzburg
Group meeting via video conference (Zoom)
Tuesday, December 1st, 9:00 (MEZ) more

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