Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics
Our research activity focuses on the manipulation of Rydberg atoms in three different experimental configurations: coupled to microwave photons stored in high-finesse Fabry-Pérot cavities, prepared in a gas of ultracold atoms, or manipulated as individual quantum systems. Our goals include fundamental tests of quantum mechanics, the realisation of quantum simulations, or the demonstration of quantum sensing.
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Preparation of Long-Lived, Non-Autoionizing Circular Rydberg States of Strontium
Laser Trapping of Circular Rydberg Atoms
Autonomous Maxwell's demon in a cavity QED system
Alternative experimental ways to access entropy production
Laboratoire Kastler Brossel
Collège de France
Institut de physique, Bât. E
11 place Marcelin Berthelot, 75005 Paris
- Michel Brune : 01 44 27 15 76
- Igor Dotsenko : 01 44 27 16 25
- Sébastien Gleyzes : 01 44 27 16 27
- Serge Haroche : 01 44 27 16 20
- Jean-Michel Raimond : 01 44 27 16 14
- Clément Sayrin : 01 44 27 11 99