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From exotic lattices to detection of topological order and nonlocality: Recent progress at ICFO.

April 10, 2017 - 11:00am
Speaker: 
Maciek Lewenstein
Institution: 
ICFO, Barcelona
I present a report on some of the recent activities in the Quantum Optics Theory group at ICFO. I will choose on demand and discuss few of the current projects of the group: from proximity effects in bilayer brick-square lattice, through detection of Zak phase in quantum random walk and detection of  Chern numbers in Floquet topological bands, to detection of non-locality in 1D systems via measurements of energy, and quantum  Brownian motion revisited.
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