Cold atoms and quantum optics at EPFL
Our laboratory explores the physics of atomic gases cooled down to ultra low temperatures, in the nano-Kelvin regime. We use these atoms to study the complex structures that emerge from the interplay of quantum interferences, interactions between the particles and geometry. Our activities are at the crossing of quantum optics, atomic and molecular physics and condensed matter physics.
EPFL – SB – LQG Prof. Jean-Philippe Brantut PH D3 314 – Bâtiment PH Station 3 CH-1015 LAUSANNE