IoP Seminar: Prof. Tommaso Calarco

Last updated May 30, 2017 by Andrew Brown

Prof. Dr. Tommaso Calarco from Ulm University will give the IoP Seminar on 14 November 2014, 13:00, David Bates Building 0G.005.
Title: Steering many-body quantum dynamics
Abstract: Optimal control techniques are known to enable steering the dynamics of few-body systems in order to prepare a desired state or perform a desired unitary transformation. I will present a recently developed optimal control method that allows doing so for a many-body quantum system undergoing e.g. a quantum phase transition in the non-adiabatic regime.  I will present detailed calculations we performed for different experimental scenario, together with the corresponding results obtained by experimental groups in different fields, from cold atoms to spin squeezing in atomic ensembles and diamond NV centers. I will conclude by showing some recent results we obtained in this context, as well as further questions opened by our investigations.


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