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Exploring new frontiers of quantum optical science

May 9, 2016 - 11:00am
Mikhail Lukin
Harvard University

We will discuss recent developments at a new scientific interface between quantum optics, nanoscience and quantum information science. Examples include the use of quantum optical techniques for manipulation of individual atom-like impurities at a nanoscale and for realization of hybrid systems combining atoms and atom-like systems with novel photonic devices.  We will discuss how these  techniques are used for probing non-equilibrium quantum dynamics in disordered many-body systems with long-range interactions, exploring quantum nonlinear optics, scaling up quantum networks and realizing new probes for condensed matter and biological systems.

2400 CSS Building
College Park, MD 20742

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