New frontiers in out-of-equilibrium and long-range interacting quantum systems
Paolo Molignini
University of Stockholm
Tue, Mar. 05th 2024, 15:30-16:30
There has been tremendous development both at the theoretical and experimental level on how to deal with quantum systems that exhibit both strong interactions and nonequilibrium features. A particularly exciting front is that of ultracold AMO systems, which can be coupled to light to engineer out-of-equilibrium phases and can achieve long-range interactions by employing dipolar molecules or magnetic atoms. In conjunction with optical lattices, these systems can also act as quantum simulators of prototypical models of strongly correlated physics, such as the Hubbard model, but augmented with long-range interactions and/or driving and dissipation. This not only makes them one step closer to a faithful description of solid-state systems, but also opens unbeaten paths to novel strongly-correlated phenomena. In my talk, I will take inspiration from my academic path to present a roadmap on how we can deal with all the aspects of driven-dissipative systems with strong and long-ranged interactions.
Contact : Gregoire MISGUICH


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