March 15, 2024
"Symmetry Matters"

"Symmetry Matters", Nature Physics News & Views on the recent ITAMP publication

January 31, 2024
The 2024 Dalgarno Memorial Lecture is Prof. Jun Ye

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December 8, 2023
ITAMP Fellow, Christian Kokail shows how to train an entanglement Hamiltonain...

The realization of large-scale entanglement was made in the experimental group of Rainer Blatt at Innsbruck.

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December 1, 2023
ITAMP Publication on many-body quantum chaos made it to the cover!

The cover art for an ITAMP publication in an online-only journal Nature Communications Physics has
been chosen as the front cover for the journal:

The description of the art cover for Ceren B. Dağ, Simeon I. Mistakidis, Amos Chan & H. R. Sadeghpour,
Communications Physics volume 6, Article number: 136 (2023):

A binary mixture of atoms trapped and driven in an optical lattice giving rise to many-body quantum
chaos, depicted in Picasso style and rendered by Deep Dream Generator. The spectral form factor of this
experimentally feasible model is found to deviate from random matrix theory prediction before the
many-body Thouless time, revealing a universal scaling function in cold atom models beyond random
matrix theory.

October 20, 2023
Is Quantum Error Correction Within Reach?
July 7, 2023
In a joint theory/experiment collaboration, Rydberg blockade with polar molecules has been demonstrated for the first time.
May 24, 2023
Newest ITAMP member

Our congratulations to Tijs Karman and Nina on the arrival of baby Lily!

May 8, 2023
Congratulations Ana for being elected to the National Academy.

It's with great pleasure that we announce that Ana Maria Rey, former fellow (2005-2008), was elected to the US
National Academy of Sciences. Congratulations Ana.

More on the list of the 2023 can be found here:

May 1, 2023
Nicole Yunger-Halpern and experimentalists demonstrate thermalization in a non-commuting spin array

In a joint collaboration, the recent ITAMP fellow Nicole Yunger-Halprin, and the Innsbruck trapped ion group, have demonstrated that an array of quantum spins (ions) thermalize even in the presence of non-commuting spin components.

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March 24, 2023
Misha Lukin, University Professor at Harvard

It's with great pleasure that we announce that Misha Lukin has been named a University Professor at Harvard. Congratulations Misha.

February 8, 2023
Newest ITAMP member

Our congratulations to Pei-Gen and Wei on the arrival of baby Alexander!

September 28, 2022
Hannes Pichler a former ITAMP postdoc has won the 2023 New Horizons Physics prize.

Prof. Hannes Pichler, the former ITAMP postdoc who left in 2019 has won the prestigious New Horizons Prize in Physics "For the development of optical tweezer arrays to realize control of individual atoms for applications in quantum information science, metrology, and molecular physics."

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Hannes is now on the faculty at the University of Innsbruck.