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Quantum Interactions & Control (ICQ)

The “Quantum Interactions and Control” (ICQ) department comprises two groups of theorists whose research subjects focus on quantum systems and their interactions, including molecular and atomic spectroscopy, the dynamics of molecular reactive collisions, metrological spectroscopy, control of quantum systems by electromagnetic fields, quantum nano-optics and quantum information, non-linear dynamics with applications to optical fibers. The work of its members is characterized by a largely interdisciplinary approach, involving strong collaborations with teams from Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Planetology and Astrophysics. Both groups have a large number of collaborations with experimental groups, both locally and nationally and internationally.

Molecular Spectroscopy, Collisional Processes and Applications (SMPCA) team

The SMPCA group has a well-established expertise in the field of molecular and atomic spectroscopy, as well as molecular reaction dynamics. The group promotes applications in atmospheric and environmental physics, astrophysics, planetology and high precision metrology. It also focuses on the dissemination of molecular spectroscopy data, in particular via the European consortium VAMDC (Virtual Atomic and Molecular Data Center).

Dynamics and Quantum Technologies Team – DyTeQ

The DyTeQ team brings together theoretical physicists and mathematicians who aim to develop models of quantum systems and non-linear processes, to analyze and simulate their dynamics, in particular their control by external fields. These studies are based on the development and application of mathematical methods in dynamical systems theory, differential and algebraic geometries, field theory and control theory. These methods are mainly used in the field of quantum technologies, such as quantum optics, quantum information, quantum simulations and quantum control. Numerous experimental collaborations allow these approaches to be applied to devices as varied as quantum plasmonics, Bose-Einstein condensates, magnetic resonance or superconducting circuits.

Hans-Rudolf Jauslin

Head

hans.jauslin@u-bourgogne.fr
Tél : 03 80 39 59 70

Vincent BOUDON

Co-head

vincent.boudon@u-bourgogne.fr
Tél : 03 80 39 59 10

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Quantum Interactions & Control (ICQ)

The “Quantum Interactions and Control” (ICQ) department comprises two groups of theorists whose research subjects focus on quantum systems and their interactions, including molecular and atomic spectroscopy, the dynamics of molecular reactive collisions, metrological spectroscopy, control of quantum systems by electromagnetic fields, quantum nano-optics and quantum information, non-linear dynamics with applications to optical fibers. The work of its members is characterized by a largely interdisciplinary approach, involving strong collaborations with teams from Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Planetology and Astrophysics. Both groups have a large number of collaborations with experimental groups, both locally and nationally and internationally.

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Molecular Spectroscopy, Collisional Processes and Applications (SMPCA) team

The SMPCA group has a well-established expertise in the field of molecular and atomic spectroscopy, as well as molecular reaction dynamics. The group promotes applications in atmospheric and environmental physics, astrophysics, planetology and high precision metrology. It also focuses on the dissemination of molecular spectroscopy data, in particular via the European consortium VAMDC (Virtual Atomic and Molecular Data Center).

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Dynamics and Quantum Technologies Team - DyTeQ

The DyTeQ team brings together theoretical physicists and mathematicians who aim to develop models of quantum systems and non-linear processes, to analyze and simulate their dynamics, in particular their control by external fields. These studies are based on the development and application of mathematical methods in dynamical systems theory, differential and algebraic geometries, field theory and control theory. These methods are mainly used in the field of quantum technologies, such as quantum optics, quantum information, quantum simulations and quantum control. Numerous experimental collaborations allow these approaches to be applied to devices as varied as quantum plasmonics, Bose-Einstein condensates, magnetic resonance or superconducting circuits.

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Hans-Rudolf Jauslin

Head

hans.jauslin@u-bourgogne.fr
Tél : 03 80 39 59 70

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Vincent BOUDON

Co-head

vincent.boudon@u-bourgogne.fr
Tél : 03 80 39 59 10

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