Events: CUA Seminar Series

Tue October 24, 2017 4:00 pm
Location:MIT 4-270
Yong-Il Shin, Seoul National University

The wake behind a moving obstacle is a classic problem in fluid  dynamics. Various flow regimes are classified by the dimensionless Reynolds number ………..

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Tue October 31, 2017 4:00 pm
Location:Harvard - Jefferson 250
Andrei Faraon, Cal Tech
Ten Minute Talk:"'Long quantum memory based on SiV centers in diamond'" by Denis Sukachev
Quantum light-matter interfaces that reversibly map photonic quantum states onto atomic states, are essential components in the quantum engineering toolbox with applications in quantum communication, computing, and quantum-enabled sensing. I present a new platform for on-chip quantum light-matter interfaces based on nanophotonic resonators coupled to rare-earth-ions in crystals. The rare-earth ions exhibit long coherence times...
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Tue November 7, 2017 4:00 pm
Location:MIT 4-270
Dr. Christian Gross, Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics
Ten Minute Talk:"Spin Diffusion in a Fermionic Mott Insulator" by Matthew Nichols
Ultracold quantum gases in optical lattices provide a unique platform for the study of tailored many-body systems. The realization of quantum gas microscopes marked a new era in this field. They enabled the precision detection of single atoms on individual lattice sites and with this provide direct experimental access to non-local correlation functions. Here we...
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Tue November 21, 2017 4:00 pm

No CUA Speaker Scheduled

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Tue December 5, 2017 4:00 pm
Location:MIT 4-270
Professor Shuai Chen, University of Science and Technology of China
Ten Minute Talk:"Error-Corrected Quantum Sensing" by David Layden
Cold atoms with laser-induced spin-orbit (SO) interactions provide intriguing new platforms to explore novel quantum physics beyond natural conditions of solids. Recent experiments demonstrated one-dimensional (1D) SO couplings for bosons and fermions. However, the realization of 2D SO interaction for quantum degenerate atom gases is much more interesting and challenging. Here we report the realization...
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Tue December 12, 2017 4:00 pm
Location:Harvard Jefferson 250
Dr. Marianna Safranova, University of Delaware
Ten Minute Talk:"Optomechanical response of a 2D atomic array" by Ephraim Shahmoon

The modern theories directed toward unifying gravitation with the other fundamental interactions suggest……….

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