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CCQ is a Centre of Excellence funded by the Danish National Research Foundation. The Center hosts five groups at Aarhus University, who develop theory and experiments to investigate, control and harness the dynamics and collective quantum states of interacting atoms and light.

 


25.02.2021 | CCQ

New paper in Nature Physics: "Non-equilibrium quantum dynamics and formation of the Bose polaron"

This exciting research is the result of a fruitful collaboration of three groups in the center.

15.02.2021 | CCQ

CCQ is growing

Welcome to our four new postdocs

Atoms confined in a two-dimensional trap form few-body precursors of Cooper pairs leading to superfluidity in the thermodynamic limit. Illustration from the paper.

02.12.2020 | CCQ

Few to many – the emergence of a phase transition

In a new paper in Nature, Georg M. Bruun and collaborators from the universities of Heidelberg and Lund has used quantum simulation with cold atoms to explore how a Higgs mode connected to a quantum phase transition from a normal to a superfluid phase emerges particle by particle.

ons 03 mar
11:30-13:00 | Via Zoom
CCQ Lunch Seminar
Speaker: Fan Yang Topic: Tailoring atom-atom and atom-photon interactions via Rydberg dressing
ons 10 mar
11:00-12:00 | Via Zoom
CCQ/CQOM Colloquium
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ons 17 mar
11:30-13:00 | Via Zoom
CCQ Lunch Seminar
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ons 24 mar
11:00-12:00 | Via Zoom
CCQ/CQOM Colloquium
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