Newly published PRX Quantum Tutorial about Cooperative Quantum Phenomena in Light-Matter Platforms

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At the invitation of the journal Physical Review, the Cooperative Quantum Phenomena group led by Claudiu Genes at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, has provided an hands-on tutorial aimed at training young researchers in theoretical aspects necessary to partake in the rapidly evolving field of light-matter cooperativity central to QuCoLiMa.

This work has been recently published as an open-access PRX Quantum Tutorial and illustrates many applications of cooperativity in the direction of topological quantum optics, in quantum metrology or in quantum information. Many aspects relevant to projects comprising QuCoLiMa are detailed in this tutorial, such as, among others, subradiance of correlated quantum emitter ensembles, the occurrence of superradiant lasing in lossy optical cavities, cavity quantum electrodynamics with subwavelength quantum emitter arrays, the design of nanoscale coherent light sources, etc.

Cooperative Quantum Phenomena in Light-Matter Platforms, Michael Reitz, Christian Sommer, and Claudiu Genes, PRX Quantum 3, 010201 (2022)