Department of Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics

Photon correlations of the light emitted by a two-level system change
as the resolution in the energy of the photons is increased. The
correlations obtained through our Monte Carlo technique (shown in
black) match perfectly with the prediction from the theory
frequency-resolved correlations (shown in red).

Frequency-resolved Monte Carlo

Article: published in Scientific Reports by Juan Camilo López Carreño, Elena del Valle, members of the Department of Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics. The Monte Carlo method, devised by Ulam in the 1940s, relies on...

Resonant tunneling through an Azurin monolayer.

Resonant Tunneling in Protein-based Junctions

Article: published in PNAS by Juan Carlos Cuevas, IFIMAC researcher and member of the Department of Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics. Proteins play a fundamental role in numerous biological energy conversion processes such as photosynthesis,...

Coupling Molecules and Atomic-scale Plasmonic Fields

Coupling Molecules and Atomic-scale Plasmonic Fields

Title: Coupling Molecules and Atomic-scale Plasmonic Fields. When: Monday, May 07, (2018), 12:00. Place: Department of Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics, Faculty of Sciences, Module 5, Seminar Room (5th Floor). Speaker: Rubén Esteban, Donostia International...