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.
This is the first Lecture of the Online Summer School and Lecture Series on Matterwave Interferometry, which is organised as an interim replacement for the summer school normally organised every two years in the context of the Conference on Frontiers of Matterwave Optics . It will be held by Augusto Smerzi and will give the introductory concepts of Matterwave Interferometry.
Submitted by Mstobinska on Mon, 22/02/2021 - 09:01.
We are looking for two highly motivated and talented Ph.D. students willing to join the international team undertaking National Science Center's "Sonata Bis" research project entitled Employing multiphoton quantum interference for selected quantum information processing tasks. The international project aims at research in the field of theoretical and experimental quantum optics as well as theoretical condensed matter. The research will be carried out in international collaboration. The team is hosted by the Faculty of Physics of the University of Warsaw. Promising candidates will be asked to send their documents to the recruitment organized jointly with the Doctoral School (to be announced later).