Group seminar at MPQ and Zoom: Ultrafast Rydberg experiments with ultracold atoms in optical tweezers

Aito Tanaka, Institute for Molecular Science, Okazaki, Japan
Recently, cold neutral atoms trapped in optical tweezers have attracted much attention as a platform for quantum computing. more

Group seminar at MPQ and Zoom: Narrow linewidth superradiant lasing using cold 88Sr for frequency metrology and sensing

Sofus Kristensen, Niels-Bohr Institute, Copenhagen
Superradiant lasers harness collective effects of cold atoms trapped inside an optical cavity. more

Group seminar at LMU and Zoom: Disordered Rydberg quantum spin systems & spin glases

Moritz Hornung, Heidelberg University
A major goal toward understanding far-from-equilibrium dynamics of quantum many-body systems consists in finding indications of universality in thesense that the dynamics no longer depends on microscopic details of the system. more

Group seminar at MPQ and Zoom: Stable Quantum-Correlated Many Body States via Engineered Dissipation

Alexios Michailidis, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Engineered dissipation has been an essential tool for steering many-body quantum systems towards low temperature states. more

Special Group seminar at MPQ and Zoom: Ancilla theory of the pseudogap, and of the cuprate phase diagram

Prof. Subir Sachdev, Harvard University, USA
The pseudogap is mysterious metallic state of electrons which appears above the critical temperature of correlated electron superconductors, most prominently in the lightly-hole-doped cuprates. more

Group seminar at LMU and Zoom: Prediction and Observation of the Universal Hall Response in Strongly Interacting Fermions

Prof. Michele Filippone, Université Grenoble
The Hall effect originates from the motion of charged particles in a magnetic field and has deep consequences for the description and characterization of materials, far beyond the context of condensed matter physics. more

Group seminar at MPQ and Zoom: Deconvolution Techniques in Astronomy

Matthias Kluge, Max-Planck-Institute of Extraterrestrial Physics
Astronomic images are blurred by atmospheric turbulence as well as diffraction and imperfections in the optical system. more

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