Ultracold Fermi-Bose mixtures

The Mixtures experiment, under the co-supervision of Prof. Matthias Weidemüller and Prof. Lauriane Chomaz (Quantum Fluids Group), investigates fundamental paradigms of quantum few- and many-body physics. We tune interactions and quantum statistics in ultracold gases of Lithium (fermionic) and Cesium (bosonic) atoms and study a myriad of fascinating effects in strongly interacting quantum matter under extreme control, including Bose-Einstein condensates, degenerate Fermi gases, and mixtures of both in different regimes of quantum degeneracy.

Out-of-equilibrium dynamics of a disordered Rydberg spin system

Rydberg atoms are atoms in highly excited electronic states. These atoms are very sensitive to external fields and experience extremely strong interactions with other Rydberg atoms. This gives us a model system for studying strongly-correlated quantum systems that is highly controllable and completely governed by interatomic interactions.

Digital Twins for Global Health created by Stable Diffusion

Digital Twins in Medicine

The origin of the Digital Twin concept is in the engineering disciplines, but recently gained a lot of attention in medical areas as tool to enable personalized healthcare. The Digital Twin incorporates high-level Machine Learning and integrates individual-level data, such as proteome and clinical characteristics, with other factors like clinical trials and population studies to create a multiscale and multimodal data set for model training.