Past lectures

23.03.2018

Fernando Galve: Dissipation of multi-partite systems under structured environments

Fernando Galve, Institute for Interdisciplinary Physics and Complex Systems, IFISC (CSIC-UIB) "Dissipation of multi-partite systems under structured environments" Date & time: Friday, 23rd March 11:00Location:...[more]

12.03.2018

Talk: Prof. Eugeny Mikhailov

Speaker: Prof. Eugeny MikhailovTitle: Squeezing vacuum with Rb atoms: quantum enhanced magnetometry and competition of spatial modesHost: Leuchs DivisionDate and place: 12.03.2018, 14:00, MPL Seminarroom 1st floor A.1.500[more]

23.02.2018

Energy Transfer and Quantum Correlations in Cavity-Embedded Donor-Acceptor Configurations (Master Thesis Defence)

Organiser:Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, Genes Research GroupSpeaker:Michael Reitz, MPLTime, place:Friday, 23 February 2018, 11:30 h, MPL, Seminar Room A.1.406 (to move to A.1.500 in case of unexpected larger...[more]

23.02.2018

Digital electronic analysis, synthesis, and manipulation of the full optical field

Dr Peter Winzer, Director, Optical Transmission Subsystems Research, NOKIA Bell Labs, Crawford Hill, USA[more]

22.02.2018

Subradiance and Selective Radiance in Atomic Arrays

Organiser: Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, Genes Research Group Speaker: Mariona Moreno-Cardoner, ICFO (Institute of Photonic Science), Barcelona, Spain Time, place: Thursday, 22 February 2018, 11:00 h,...[more]

31.01.2018

Variational Study of Fermionic and Bosonic Systems with Non-Gaussian States: Theory and Applications

Dr. Tao Shi, Institute of Theoretical Physics  (Beijing, China) and Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics (Garching) We present a new variational method for investigating the ground state and out of equilibrium dynamics of...[more]

30.01.2018

Wigner Functions for the Canonical Pair Angle and Orbital Angular Momentum with Applications to Quantum Information

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Hans Kastrup, DESY (Hamburg)Title: Wigner Functions for the Canonical Pair Angle and Orbital Angular Momentum with Applications to Quantum InformationAbstract: The concept of Wigner functions on classical phase...[more]