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19.11.2015

MPL Distinguished Lecturer Series: Prof. Ferdinand Schmidt-Kaler

Title: Quantum optics and quantum information with trapped ions Abstract: The quantum states of ions are perfectly controlled, and may be used for fundamental research in quantum physics, as highlighted by the Nobel Prize given...[mehr]

05.11.2015

MPL Distinguished Lecturer Series: Prof. Ignacio Cirac

Title: Quantum simulations with atoms in nano-structures Abstract: Many-body quantum systems are very hard to simulate with classical computers, as the running time increases exponentially with the size of the system. Quantum...[mehr]

29.09.2015

MPL Theory Seminars: Prof. Alexia Auffèves

Reversible work extraction in a hybrid opto-mechanical system With the progress of nano-technology, thermodynamics also has to be scaled down, calling for specific protocols to extract and measure work. Usually, such protocols...[mehr]

15.09.2015

MPL Theory Seminars: Prof. Dr. Carsten Rockstuhl

Description of nanooptical systems at, well, the nanoscale The interaction of light with nanostructured materials gives rise to interesting optical effects. Exploration of these effects is fascinating both from an intellectual...[mehr]

28.05.2015

MPL Distinguished Lecturer Series: Prof Edward A. Hinds

Title: Probing physics at TeV by measuring aeV Speaker: Prof Edward A. HindsImperial College London, UK Abstract: Cold atoms and molecules provide a sensitive way to search for new physics, e.g. variation of fundamental...[mehr]

21.05.2015

MPL Distinguished Lecturer Series: Prof Jonathan Finley

Title: Semiconductor devices for quantum technologies Speaker: Prof Jonathan FinleyTechnische Universität München, Germany Abstract: The application of all-optical techniques to control and probe discrete quantum states in...[mehr]

30.04.2015

MPL Distinguished Lecturer Series: Prof Florian Marquardt

Title: Topological Phases of Sound and Light Speaker: Prof Florian MarquardtFAU Erlangen, Germany Abstract: Optomechanical systems, coupling light to nanomechanical motion, are now being investigated for many possible...[mehr]