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Quantum optics with emitters in waveguides

March 6, 2017 - 11:00am
Ignacio Cirac
Max-Planck-Institut, Garching

Recent progress in nano-fabrication and atomic physics allowes us to couple 
atoms (or other emitters) to structured waveguides. In this talk I will report on 
different opportunities that are opened up by those systems, including the observation 
of many-photon bound states, the preparation of Fock states, or the simulation of long-range 
spin interacting models.

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