QuCoLiMa (Quantum Cooperativity of Light and Matter) is a Collaborative Research Centre Transregio (TRR 306) of the universities

It intends to explore the distinctive traits of quantum cooperativity within a large variety of quantum platforms at the intersection of quantum optics and condensed matter. We aim at understanding what is the interplay of quantum interference and entanglement in the collective response of many-body quantum systems interacting with light. We will explore in particular the role of the quantum properties of radiation in establishing and mediating quantum cooperative phenomena in a variety of complex matter systems, entering the regime of many-body physics of quantum cooperative light-matter.

QuCoLiMa in one minute:

QuCoLiMa in one minute

(longer version of 6 minutes available at: www.qucolima.de/6-min-film)


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The summer 2023 program of QuCoLiMaTalks is now online. The QuCoLiMaTalks take place, unless otherwise noted, Tuesdays during the semester at 12:00. All talks hybrid: Mixture of on-site talks at the main sites of QuCoLiMa (Erlangen, Mainz, Saarbrücken) as well as online talks. Regardless of wher...

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The Collaborative Research Centre Transregio TRR 306 QuCoLiMa – Quantum Cooperativity of Light and Matter is launching a call for the QuCoLiMa Starting Grant to support the most talented young scientists working in the field of quantum cooperativity of light and matter. The grant is endowed with 150...

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QuCoLiMa is a collaboration of a wide range of researchers from different areas of physics including condensed matter physics, quantum optics, light-matter interaction and quantum information. In order to establish a common knowledge basis for all students within QuCoLiMa, we came up with the idea o...

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QuCoLiMa’s Female Scientists is a program inspired by the corresponding program of the German Physical Society. Here, we will highlight female scientists of QuCoLiMa and their field of research in order to contribute to “fixing the leaky pipeline“ (less female professors than students in the natural...