Roman Bause, MPQ
In our experiments, many integrated circuits like digital-analog
converters (DAC) typically require communication with a control device
in order to program them or read out data. more

Akira Kamijo, MPQ and Renhao Tao, MPQ
Ultra-cold polar molecules in their ground state offer unique possibilities to investigate quantum many-body systems due to their long-ranged dipole-dipole interaction. more

Timon Hilker, U. Cambridge
Homogeneous quantum gases are an ideal platform to investigate out-of-equilibrium processes in real time. more

Elmar Haller, University of Strathclyde
Fluids with a position-dependent interaction strength do frequently occur at boundaries between phases of matter, e.g. between a liquid and a gas phase, or at junctions in condensed matter physics
more

Marco Di Liberto, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels
Bound states of two interacting particles moving on a lattice can exhibit remarkable features that are not captured by the underlying single-particle picture. We will first review several topological phenomena for two-body bound states with onsite interactions. more

Philipp Preiss, Heidelberg University, Germany
The emergence of collective modes from single-particle excitations is one of the most striking features of strongly interacting systems. Understanding such excitations is an ongoing challenge in nuclear physics, correlated electron systems, and high-energy physic more

Darrick Chang, ICFO Barcelona
Traditional quantum interfaces between atomic ensembles and light have relied upon disordered three-dimensional atomic gases. Recently, however, there have been significant efforts toward exploring whether ordered arrays of atoms can give rise to qualitatively different quantum optical phenomena and functionality, specifically due to strong interference in light emission arising from spatial ordering. more

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