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Programmable atomic Large-Scale Quantum Simulation 2.1


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Role within PASQuanS 2

UT is developing two neutral atom quantum simulation platforms. One activity targets to advance fermion qubits in optical lattices with a focus on entropy control and new detection methods. UT’s second research line is about quantum simulations of spin-Hamiltonians with alkali and alkaline-earth atoms in optical tweezers with a focus on interaction control and the combination of the tweezer platform with cryogenic technologies.

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Prof. Dr. Christian Groß