Many-Body Cavity QED

Monday, October 9, 2017 - 8:30am to Wednesday, October 11, 2017 - 4:00pm
ITAMP 60 Garden St Cambridge, MA USA

This workshop will focus on the emerging topics in many-body cavity QED, including non-equilibrium phase transitions, dissipative generation of entangled/topological states, feedback control of many-body systems, stabilization far from equilibrium Generation, characterization, and use of many-particle entangled states. The experimental platforms for discussion can be atomic ensembles in cavities -- single and multimode -- and in waveguides/tapered fibers, exciton/polariton condensation, superconducting circuits, and
optomechanical arrays.

Organizing Committee: 

Dan Stamper-Kurn (Berkeley), Murray Holland (JILA) and Benjamin Lev (Stanford)