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until 4 April

Today’s experimental quantum research at Leiden University


Kamerlingh Onnes Gebouw
2311 ES Leiden
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On April 4, Semonti Bhattacharyya, Kaveh Lahabi, and Bas Hensen will tell stories from their recently founded experimental research labs at the Leiden Institute of Physics (LION).

They all push the boundary of what is possible within the realm of quantum physics; to better understand it, to find a basis for a next generation of technology, and even to grasp what kind of theory may lie beyond quantum physics. This evening, they will start with the tiniest of systems, looking at interactions on the atomic scale, and work their way up from there, up to systems almost visible to the naked eye. 

Dr. Semonti Bhattacharyya, Assistant Professor Quantum transport in low-dimensional systems, Leiden University
Dr. Kaveh Lahabi, Assistant Professor Quantum materials & devices, Leiden University Bas Hensen, Assistant Professor Optomechanics with superconducting particles, Leiden University

For detailed descriptions of Semonti's, Kaveh's and Bas's talks, please see the Studium Generale website.


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