Monday, September 19, 2022 to Friday, September 23, 2022
Sunday, June 5, 2022
Saturday, August 20, 2022
The school has its scientific genesis in several European projects, whose common denominator is to develop and consolidate new interdisciplinary approaches for the characterization and control of complex quantum systems.
The Quantum Dynamics and Control group at DPhyMS, University of Luxembourg, investigates dynamical properties of open quantum systems and develops protocols for their control. We combine analytical and numerical tools, mainly from quantum optics and stochastic analysis, to characterize processes such as decoherence, entanglement, and excitation transfer. The systems of interests are diverse and range from single toy models to chaotic systems and natural molecular aggregates.
A post doc position is available in the lab of Dr. Louis Bouchard at UCLA to work on magnetic resonance (ESR, NMR) projects related to quantum science. Our group has pioneered the development of magnetic resonance techniques to probe condensed matter phenomena in topological insulators, crystalline insulators, Dirac semimetals, topological superconductors, etc. Some of these materials are now being developed for topological quantum computing. In recent years we have also had interest in gas phase diffusion phenomena and associated non-Markovian effects.