Unravelling quantum many-body physics with long-range interacting platforms

Wednesday, May 10, 2023 - 8:00am to Friday, May 12, 2023 - 6:00pm

The focus of this workshop is on platforms where long-range interactions in quantum many-body atomic and molecular gases dominate and on engineering such interactions with classical and quantum light, as in cavity QED and with Rydberg atoms. The observation of exotic quantum phases, such as droplets and supersolids have stimulated considerable interest and activity for possible applications in simulation of quantum systems, collective phenomena and entanglement. The traditional setting of ITAMP workshops allows for extensive collaborative encounters among aspiring researchers and leading experts in the field.

(If you are interested in bringing a poster for the poster session at the workshop please contact Simeon Mistakidis and or Stefan Ostermann).

Organizing Committee: 

Francesca Ferlaino (University of Innsbruck)
Benjamin Lev (Stanford)
Simeon Mistakidis (ITAMP)
Stefan Ostermann (Harvard).


Blair Blakie (University of Otago)
Tilman Esslinger (ETH Zurich)
Sarang Gopalakrishnan (Princeton)
Markus Greiner (Harvard University)
Andreas Hemmerich (University of Hamburg)
Igor Lesanovsky (University of Tuebingen)
Stuart Masson (Columbia University)
Simeon Mistakidis (ITAMP)
Ronen Kroeze (Stanford University)
Kang-Kuen Ni (Harvard University)
Stefan Ostermann (Harvard)
Tilman Pfau (University Stuttgart)
Francesco Piazza (MPKS Dresden)
Elena Poli (University of Innsbruck)
Stephanie Reimann (Lund University)
Ana-Maria Rey (JILA, Boulder)
Luis Santos (University of Hannover)
Jeff Thompson (Princeton University)
Vladan Vuletic (MIT)
Valentin Walther (Purdue University)
Zoe Yan (Princeton University)
Susanne Yelin (Harvard University)