Compact, stable and color-tunable – news from the ML4Q Fiber Lab

In Optics Express, scientists led by Dieter Meschede report on building optical fiber filters that are not only extremely compact and stable, but also color-tunable. Optical resonators or filters are important components cutting out very narrow spectral lines from...

Fabrication map Forschungszentrum Jülich

Building on the added value of having a multi-site cluster, the idea of creating a hub for available infrastructure within our ML4Q framework emerged and a first fabrication map for the Aachen site was posted last November. Here, we present an overview of fabrication...

New Nature paper on competing magnetic orders

ML4Q researchers from Bonn have published a Nature paper on competing magnetic orders in a bilayer Hubbard model with ultracold atoms - congratulations to all the authors on their impressive results! Details can be found in the press release. Publication: Marcell...

New cross-site paper on chaotic fluctuations in superconducting transmons

Three cluster members joined efforts to discuss chaotic fluctuations in superconducting transmons. In their recent paper (https://arxiv.org/abs/2012.05923), the authors from the groups of Simon Trebst, Alexander Altland and David DiVincenzo investigate the possibility...

Great kick-start of ML4Q Concepts seminar series

​More that 120 cluster members and associated members joined in the first talk of the newly launched ML4Q Concepts seminar series. The first talk was given by Fabian Hassler who gave an introduction of Majorana fermions and their application potential in quantum...