The laws of quantum mechanics govern not only the behavior of elementary particles, but also the collective properties of many-body systems at low temperatures. Understanding the various phases in which quantum matter can organize itself has been a long-standing goal of theoretical physics, motivated both by the quest for new materials and by fundamental questions about the emergence of exotic phenomena in strongly correlated systems.

We theoretically study non-equilibrium dynamics of complex quantum systems, focussing on ultra cold gases near 0K temperature, highly excited Rydberg atoms, opto-mechanical devices and hybrid assemblies of these.


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