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25.02.2021 | CCQ, Pressenyhed, Forskning

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, Medarbejdernyhed

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.

02.10.2020 | CCQ, Medarbejdere, Offentligheden / Pressen

Do light Dark Bosons exist?

Very light and feebly interacting bosons could potentially contribute significantly to the dark matter sector of our universe without being detectable at high-energy collider experiments. The CCQ group headed by Prof. Michael Drewsen has in a collaboration with researchers from the University of New South Wales in Sydney and Fermilab/University of…

31.08.2020 | CCQ, Medarbejdere, Offentligheden / Pressen

CCQ website goes online

1 September marks day one of CCQ.

31.08.2020 | CCQ

Open PhD and postdoc positions

We are constantly looking for enthusiastic candidates for PhD and postdoc positions with a strong interest in experimental and/or theoretical quantum science.