This project aims at engineering collective dissipation in an atomic ensemble by tailoring its interaction with a resonant driving field. This control on collective spontaneous emission will allow to build a new kind of dissipative quantum simulator. We will use its control to suppress dissipation by engineering strong subradiance and explore how it can be used as a resource towards applications in quantum metrology or quantum communication. We will further explore how multiple excitations correlate with one-another and whether entanglement can emerge and be stabilized in a driven-dissipative many-body system.
Monsieur Igor Ferrier-Barbut (Laboratoire Charles Fabry)
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LCF Laboratoire Charles Fabry
Help of the ANR 450,360 euros
Beginning and duration of the scientific project: December 2020 - 48 Months