Virtual Workshop on Strongly Coupled Light-Matter Interactions: Models and Applications

This online workshop will focus on theoretical and experimental aspects of strongly coupled light-matter interactions and related research areas. This topic continues to attract strong interest in quantum optics and condensed matter physics, as well as in quantum information. The physical and mathematical understanding of fundamental models of qubits interacting with light fields has deepened due to the development of analytic solutions and progress in capturing the wave functions accurately for all coupling regimes. Additionally, the ultra-strong and deep-strong coupling regimes have been reached experimentally in different platforms and devices. Such progress has opened the door to a fascinating interplay between physics, mathematics and technology.

The workshop is the continuation of a series of workshops on strongly coupled light-matter interactions. It aims to bring together researchers working in this area to present recent developments and to further consolidate work in this technologically important research area.

Organisers: Murray Batchelor, Daniel Braak, Qinghu Chen, Elinor Irish, Honggang Luo

Talk schedule

Talks will begin from 6pm Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT) on Nov 2, 3, 4 and 5.

7am-11:10am BST London (GMT)
8am-12:10pm DST Berlin (GMT+1)
3pm-7:10pm CST Beijing (GMT+8)
6pm-10:10pm AEDT Sydney/Canberra (GMT+11)
8pm-12:10am NZDT Auckland (GMT+13)

Programme

AEDTMonday Nov 2Tuesday Nov 3Wednesday Nov 4Thursday Nov 5
5:50pmOpening   
6:00pmQ.H. ChenParkinsYiMa
6:30pmEckleX. LvGaoA. Chen
7:00pmYingZhangDe Moraes NetoNguyen
7:30pmZ.H. WangZ.G. LvLiaoMangazeev
8:00pmBreakBreakBreakGroup Photo
8:10pmLamataGrifoniIrishCong
8:40pmPengLangfordLiFelicetti
9:10pmGarcía-ÁlvarezLiuZhongHwang
9:40pmC. Wang De LiberatoDiscussion

Session chairs

AEDTMonday Nov 2Tuesday Nov 3Wednesday Nov 4Thursday Nov 5
6:00pmM. BatchelorH. ZhengY.B. ZhangH.P. Eckle
8:10pmD. BraakH.G. LuoX.L. GaoE. Irish

Talk details

UK/Europe

Yang-Baxter integrability versus Gaudin-Richardson integrability in the Rabi-Stark model
Hans-Peter Eckle (Ulm)

Finite-component phase transitions, fundamentals and applications in quantum metrology
Simone Felicetti (Milano)

Efficient simulatability of continuous-variable circuits with large Wigner negativity
Laura García-Álvarez (Chalmers)

Transmission spectra of an ultrastrongly coupled qubit resonator system
Milena Grifoni (Regensburg)

Connecting the quantum and semiclassical Rabi Hamiltonians
Elinor Irish (Southhampton)

Quantum simulations of strong light-matter coupling with quantum technologies
Lucas Lamata (Sevilla)

Strong coupling for quantum material engineering
Simone De Liberato (Southampton)

China

Mechanical squeezing in a dissipative optomechanical system with an optical parametric amplifier
Aixi Chen (Zhejiang Sci-Tech University, Hangzhou)

Quantum criticality of the Rabi-Stark model at finite frequency ratios
Qinghu Chen (Zhejiang University, Hangzhou)

Selective interactions in the quantum Rabi model
Lei Cong (Shanghai University, Shanghai)

Fate of localization in a non-Hermitian system
X. L. Gao (Zhejiang Normal University, Jinhua)

Finite-component system phase transition in and out of equilibrium
Myung-Joong Hwang (Duke Kunshan University, Kunshan)

Quantum Thermalization and Vanishing Thermal Entanglement in the Open
Jaynes–Cummings Model
J. Q. Liao (Hunan Normal University, Changsha)

Quantum phase transition in the quantum Rabi dimer
M. X. Liu (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing)

N-Phonon Bundle Emission via the Stokes Process
Xinyou Lv (Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan)

Plateau dynamics with quantized oscillations of a strongly driven qubit
Zhi-Guo Lv (Shanghai Jiaotong University, Shanghai)

Experimental characterization of quantum many-body localization transition
Gentil Dias de Moraes Neto (Zhejiang Normal University, Jinhua)

Deterministic generation of arbitrary single-photon multimode W state
J. Peng (Xiangtang University, Xiangtan)

Quantum energy transport in a nonequilibrium qubit-phonon hybrid system
C. Wang (Zhejiang Normal University, Jinhua)

Supercorrelated Radiance in Nonlinear Photonic Waveguides
Zhi-Hai Wang (Northeast Normal University, Changchun)

Interaction of light and two-band system
Xuexi Yi (Northeast Normal University, Changchun)

Symmetry breaking and multi-criticality from quantum Rabi model
Z. J. Ying (Lanzhou University, Lanzhou)

Quantum tricriticality of chiral-coherent phase in quantum Rabi triangle
Y. Y. Zhang (Chongqing University, Chongqing)

Floquet-surface bound states in the continuum
H. H. Zhong (Central South University of Forestry and Technology, Changsha)

Japan

Exploring the symmetries of the AQRM
Linh Thi Hoai Nguyen (Kyushu University, Fukuoka)

USA

Multiphoton resonances in Rabi and generalized Rabi models
Ken K. W. Ma (The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL))

Australia/NZ

Untangling the Chaos of Digitisation in quantum simulations of the quantum Rabi and Dicke models
Nathan Langford (UTS, Sydney)

Conical intersections and geometric phases in the asymmetric quantum Rabi model
Zimin Li (ANU, Canberra)

The hidden symmetry in asymmetric quantum Rabi models
Vladimir Mangazeev (ANU, Canberra)

Cavity QED engineering of nonlinear and quantum dynamics with spin-F atoms
Scott Parkins (Auckland)

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