MPHQ Events

List of past and future MPHQ events

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Prof. Dr. Gerhard Rempe, director at MPQ and co-director of the MPHQ, gave a talk with the title "Ns and Butterflies in Cavity QED" at the MPHQ Spring Scientific Meeting at Harvard. [more]
This talk was held by Dr. Akira Ozawa at the MPHQ Spring Scientific Meeting in Harvard. The spectroscopic study of simple atoms has played an important role in the development of quantum mechanics. The energy levels of hydrogen-like atoms can be accurately described by bound-state quantum electro- dynamics (QED). [more]
This talk was held by Dr. Guillaume Salomon at the MPHQ Spring Scientific Meeting in Harvard. The Fermi-Hubbard model, describing interacting fermions on a lattice, offers a simple framework to study strongly correlated fermionic phases. Closely related to the physics of high-temperature superconductors, the interplay between doping and magnetism in this model manifests itself very differently in one and two dimensions. [more]
This talk was held by Dr. Isabel Rabey at the MPHQ Spring Scientific Meeting in HarvardUltracold molecules provide a fascinating testbed for many areas of quantum science. In this talk I will give a brief overview of direct cooling of molecules to ultracold temperatures and present some of the future ideas we have been thinking about in the Rempe group at MPQ [more]
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