DFG Schwerpunktsprogramm Giant interactions in Rydberg Systems (GiRyd)

The combination of ultra cold atoms and high resolution laser spectroscopy of Rydberg atoms has enabled the observation of very strong interactions between Rydberg atoms, the so-called Rydberg Blockade. Triggered by this milestone a new research field emerged which is branching out from atomic physics to molecular physics, physical chemistry, many-body physics, quantum information processing, quantum simulation, quantum optics, and semiconductor physics as well as surface physics and sensor applications.

 
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July 4th, 2018:
Register NOW for the GiRyd Status Workshop 2018 (Hamburg, 04-06 July 2018)
February 13th, 2018:
Seminar in Kaiserslautern: "Effects of degenerate energy levels in long-range Rydberg molecules and doubly excited negative ions" (Matthew Eiles, Purdue University)
February 12th, 2018:
Seminar in Stuttgart: "Effects of degenerate energy levels in long-range Rydberg molecules and doubly excited negative ions" (Matthew Eiles, Purdue University)
February 9th, 2018:
Seminar in Tübingen: "High-fidelity quantum gates with Rydberg superatoms: Counting atoms in mesoscopic ensembles" (David Petrosyan, Institute of Electronic Structure and Laser [IESL], Heraklion)
February 5th, 2018:
Seminar in Hamburg: "Effects of degenerate energy levels in long-range Rydberg molecules and doubly excited negative ions" (Matthew Eiles, Purdue University)
January 30th, 2018:
Seminar in Garching + LIVESTREAM: "Atomic giants in a new light: Emerging photon interactions from highly excited Rydberg atoms" (Thomas Pohl, Aarhus University)
January 16th, 2018:
Seminar in Garching + LIVESTREAM: "Experimental many-body physics using arrays of individual Rydberg atoms" (Antoine Browaeys, Laboratoire Charles Fabry de l'Institut d'Optique)
December 15th, 2017:
Seminar in Tübingen: "New Perspectives in Scientific Publishing" (Alexander Grossmann, Hochschule für Technik, Wirtschaft und Kultur Leipzig)

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