Department of Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics

Attosecond Correlation Dynamics. Image Copyright: M. Ossiander and M. Schultze

Attosecond Correlation Dynamics

Article: published in Nature Physics by Johannes Feist, Department of Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics and IFIMAC researcher. When light hits an atom, it can eject an electron through the process of photoionization. Up to...

Uncoupled Dark States Can Inherit Polaritonic Properties

Article: published in Physical Review Letters by Carlos Gonzalez-Ballestero, Johannes Feist, Esteban Moreno and F. J. García-Vidal, Department of Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics and IFIMAC researchers. The phenomenon of collective strong coupling emerges when an ensemble...

Polaritonic Rabi and Josephson Oscillations

Polaritonic Rabi and Josephson Oscillations

Article: published in Scientific Reports by Fabrice P. Laussy, Department of Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics and IFIMAC researcher. Polaritons arise from the strong-coupling between light and matter (1). As a particle, a polariton is...

Informal Seminars: 2015-2016 Series

Wednesday 22nd of June was the last informal seminar of the year from the Informal Seminar: 2015-2016 Series. Fernando Flores gave a talk on “The Kondo problem for transition metal atoms revisited“. After the...