QuCoLiMa Talk - Julian Leonard - Assembling quantum matter atom by atom
Julian Leonard – TU Wien
Assembling quantum matter atom by atom
Exotic phenomena can emerge in strongly interacting quantum matter, including topological materials, quantum magnetism, and non-equilibrium systems. Cold atoms provide a particularly intriguing setting to create and study synthetic quantum matter thanks to the possibility of controlling the systems at the level of single particles and lattice sites. In my talk, I will show how this precise control enables us to prepare, evolve, and read out on-demand quantum states. Furthermore, I will present recent studies on entanglement dynamics in many-body-localized systems, and on the microscopic nature of fractional quantum Hall states.
All talks hybrid:
Mixture of on-site talks at the main sites of QuCoLiMa (Erlangen, Mainz, Saarbr?cken) as well as online talks. Regardless of where the talks are given, they are livestreamed via Zoom and can be watched from home/office or cooperatively in the following meeting rooms:
– Erlangen: Livestream/Presentation in Lecture hall HF + open sandwiches in the foyer afterwards
– Saarbr?cken: Livestream/Presentation in tba
– Mainz: Livestream/Presentation in tba
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QuCoLiMa Talks are regular seminars of the collaborative research center TRR 306 QuCoLiMa (Quantum Cooperativity of Light and Matter), where (external) experts are invited to present their work.
More information at http://www.qucolima.de/talks“