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April 21, 20174:00 pm – 5:00 pm (CDT)

Quantum optical simulation of the Haldane model in superradiance lattices and cavity QED


Da-Wei Wang (Texas A&M University, AMO)


A. Zheltikov



Mitchell Institute for Fundamental Physics & Astronomy

College Station, Texas 77843

Event Details

The Haldane model played an important role in the quantum Hall effect and the development of topological insulators. It has been recently simulated in cold atoms. By combining single photon superradiance and electromagenetically induced transparency, we can use timed Dicke states to construct momentum-space tight-binding lattices, coined the superradiance lattices. In this talk, I will introduce the simulation of the Haldane model in superradiance lattices. In addition, a variation of the Haldane model can also be simulated in a cavity QED systems. This research offers a new platform for designing novel optical devices that can serve as the elementary components in quantum information.

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