LKB - Optomechanics and Quantum measurements group

Thibaut Jacqmin

Thibaut Jacqmin

Research Associate Professor

Optomechanics and Quantum Measurements team

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Thibaut Jacqmin was recruited as a research associate professor in 2014 at Laboratoire Kastler Brossel and Sorbonne University. He achieved a PhD thesis within the team of Isabelle Bouchoule at Laboratoire Charles Fabry (Orsay University) on ultracold one-dimensionnal Bose gases. He obtained several cutting-edge results, notably the experimental realization of a strongly interacting 1D Bose gas on a atom chip, and the first observation of a quasi-condensate in the regime where quantum fluctuations play a role. He then moved to Laboratoire de Photonique et de Nanostructures (now C2N, CNRS) where he studied polaritons in arrays of micro-cavities: in particular he realized a graphene simulator based on a honeycomb lattice of such microstructures, and performed the first direct observation of flat energy bands in 2D and 1D systems.

Publications within the Virgo collaboration

Probing Three-Body Correlations in a Quantum Gas Using the Measurement of the Third Moment of Density Fluctuations J. Armijo, T. Jacqmin, K. V. Kheruntsyan, and I. Bouchoule. Phys. Rev. Lett. 105, 230402

  • Physique quantique 1: responsable de l’UE LU3PY101  (6 ECTS), chargé de cours et TD
  • Programmation en Python : Master 2 MIO (professionnel) et LUMI (recherche) : UE MU5PYO11 et MU5PYO14/16, cours et TP
  • Information quantique : Master 2 ICFP UE MU5PYF31, TD