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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. Our research could be applied towards developing exotic quantum technologies devices such as single-photon switches, quantum processors 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.

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September 2016: Semiclassical bifurcations and topological phase transitions in a one-dimensional lattice of coupled Lipkin-Meshkov-Glick models
 Our joint work with Berlin in “Semiclassical bifurcations and topological phase transitions in a one-dimensional lattice of coupled Lipkin-Meshkov-Glick models” has
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June 2016: The joint COST workshop and school on “Many-Body Physics and Quantum Simulations with Light”
The programme is on! Check out the program, talks (slides and videos) and photos here  Local Organizing Committee Dimitris G. Angelakis
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April 2016: Review on “Quantum Simulations and Many-Body Physics with Light”
Our comprehensive review on “Quantum Simulations and Many-Body Physics with Light” is out at  Reports in Progress in Physics 80, 016401 (2016).
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February 2016: Beyond mean-field bistability in driven-dissipative lattices: bunching-antibunching transition and quantum simulation
Authors J. J. Mendoza-Arenas, S. R. Clark, S. Felicetti, G. Romero, E. Solano, D. G. Angelakis, and D. Jaksch “Beyond mean-field bistability
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December 2015: Dimitris invited talk in KITP, UCSB entitled “Engineering and probing many-body states of light in driven-dissipative cavity arrays”
The full video and slides can be found here.
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November 2015: Few Photon Transport in Many-Body Photonic Systems: A Scattering Approach
With the help of two-photon scattering matrix of in- and out-states, we find that the use of quantum input states in photonic
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