Hauke group - Quantum optics and quantum many-body theory
Welcome . . .
to our group homepage. Here you can find some information about our research interests, teaching activities, topics for potential Bachelor, Master, and PhD theses, and more.
Our main aim is to achieve a deeper understanding and precise control of synthetic quantum systems. Our group is embedded into SynQS, a joint effort between theory and experiment that works towards this aim. Moreover, we are part of the Institute for Theoretical Physics of Heidelberg University.
This summer semester, our experimental colleague Fred Jendrzejewski and I are giving the lecture
In this lecture, we will discuss concepts of quantum-information theory and present experimental Platforms. By implementing and critically evaluating these concepts (directly in cloud quantum computers!) in practical exercises, we will understand functioning, possibilities, and limitations of state-of-the-art quantum computers.
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Postdoc positions available!
In the framework of the ERC Starting Grant StrEnQTh and the SFB ISOQUANT, we have currently two postdoc positions open. The prosprective topics are entanglement in quantum many-body systems as well as quantum simuation of lattice gauge theories.
For more information, see here.
Our group is always looking for motivated PhD, Master and Bachelor students
Open positions can be found here. If you are interested, please contact email@example.com.
- Multipartite Entanglement from Quench Dynamics in Spinor Bose Gases using Bogoliubov Theory
Beatrice Marie Latz, Masterarbeit
- Perspectives of quantum annealing: Methods and implementations
Philipp Hauke, Helmut G. Katzgraber, Wolfgang Lechner, Hidetoshi Nishimori, William D. Oliver, Paper
- Environment-assisted quantum transport in a 10-qubit network
Christine Maier, Tiff Brydges, Petar Jurcevic, Nils Trautmann, Cornelius Hempel, Ben P. Lanyon, Philipp Hauke, Rainer Blatt, Christian F. Roos, Paper, Phys. Rev. Lett. (122 ) 050501
- Dynamical topological transitions in the massive Schwinger model with a θ-term
T. V. Zache, N. Mueller, J. T. Schneider, F. Jendrzejewski, J. Berges, P. Hauke, Paper, Phys. Rev. Lett. (122) 050403
- Prospects of Lattice Improvements in Quantum Simulations
Jan Thorben Schneider, Masterarbeit 108
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