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Research in our group focuses among others on developing novel methods to describe and understand the quantum interactions between light and matter in a variety of platforms including quantum superconducting qubits, cold atoms and ions, and photonic systems. Our research could be applied towards developing exotic quantum technologies and devices such quantum processors and quantum simulators, and also for fundamental science in the area of strongly correlated quantum systems. Our work is highly interdisciplinary and spans areas such as quantum optics, nano-photonics, condensed matter physics, as well as quantum information science. read more.
June 2017: Spectral signatures of many-body localization of interacting photons (collaboration with Google-Martinis group)
Statistical mechanics is founded on the assumption that a system can reach thermal equilibrium, regardless of the starting state. InteractionsRead more.
May 2017: Quantum Simulators with Photons and Polaritons: Merging Quantum Optics with Condensed Matter Physics
Check our book on “Quantum Simulators with Photons and Polaritons: Merging Quantum Optics with Condensed Matter Physics” by Springer! This bookRead more.
May 2017: A diagrammatic Diagrammatic Approach to Multiphoton Scattering
Authors T.F. See, C. Noh, D.G. Angelakis, “A diagrammatic Diagrammatic Approach to Multiphoton Scattering”, Phys. Rev. A 95, 053845 (2017) Abstract WeRead more.
February 2017: Driven open quantum systems and Floquet stroboscopic dynamics
Dimitris Angelakis (left) and Victor Bastidas (right) with collaborators in Germany found a new way to simplify the equations forRead more.
November 2016: Topological pumping of photons in nonlinear resonator arrays
” The inspiration for a new scheme to transport interacting quantum particles has its roots in Ancience Greece. In ThoulessRead more.
November 2016: Dirac equation in 2-dimensional curved spacetime, particle creation, and coupled waveguide arrays
Authors C. Koke, C. Noh, D. G. Angelakis, “Dirac equation in 2-dimensional curved spacetime, particle creation, and coupled waveguide arrays”, arXiv:1607.04821, AnnnalsRead more.