Seminars

  • Spin Ensembles in Diamond for Sensing and Many-Body Physics
    Seminar:  Optics Seminar QUEST Center event:  Speaker:  Dr. Dima Farfurnik, Hebrew University (Nir Bargil's group) Date :  13/03/2019 – 12:00 – 13:00 Place:  Nano Center, 9th floor seminar room Abstract:  The study of quantum many-body spin physics in realistic solid-state platforms has been a long-standing goal in quantum and condensed-matter physics. We demonstrate separate steps required to reach this goal using NV centers in diamond. First, standard (TEM) e …
  • Nonlinear light-matter interaction: from superconducting qubits to spins in diamond
    Seminar:  Condensed Matter Resnick seminar QUEST Center event:  Speaker:  Eyal Buks Date :  28/02/2019 – 12:15 – 13:30 Place:  Nano Building 9th floor Abstract:  Cavity quantum electrodynamics (CQED) is the study of the interaction between matter and photons confined in a cavity. In the Jaynes-Cummings model the matter is described using the two-level approximation, and only a single cavity mode is taken into account. The interaction has a relatively large effect wh …
  • Strong repulsive and attractive interactions in correlated dipolar quantum fluids
    Seminar:  Condensed Matter Resnick seminar QUEST Center event:  Speaker:  Ronen Rapaport (Weizmann) Date :  10/01/2019 – 12:30 – 13:30 Place:  Nano (206), 9th floor Abstract:  Quantum fluids of matter with long range, anisotropic interactions display rich emergent collective phenomena. A prominent example is the dipole-dipole interaction, which has recently been addressed by a growing community, both from atomic physics as well as from condensed matter physics, with …