& Annual JQC Symposium
Open source program calculates electric susceptibility of an atomic ensemble
Charles Adams wins Thomson Medal
Multicomponent Atomic Condensates and ROtational dynamics (MACRO) , encompassing multi-component, spinor and polariton BECs, ring-trapped BECs and associated topological phases, and atomtronic applications.
JQC-developed resource to calculate electric susceptibility of a gas, essential to predict its absorptive and dispersive properties
Thomson medal and prize awarded for insightful and imaginative experiments which have pioneered the field of Rydberg quantum optics
The JQC is a Joint Research Centre, broadly dedicated to varied aspects of quantum science and technology. The JQC was founded in 2012, and is composed of members from Durham Physics and Chemistry, and Newcastle Applied Mathematics and Mechanical and Systems Engineering.
Come and learn more about the range of exciting research opportunites in atomic and molecular physics from current PhD students and supervisors within the Joint Quantum Centre (JQC). The JQC joins Durham Atomic and Molecular Physics and Newcastle Quantum Fluids and Gases (Applied Mathematics and Mechanical and Systems Engineering) with members of the Durham Chemistry Theory and Dynamics. Projects are available in all of these areas. Please join us on 11th December at 2pm in the Bransden room (Physics Department). To register, contact Alex Guttridge (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Quantum science and technology underpins the understanding of matter, radiation, and their interaction, and devices such as atomic clocks and SQUIDs. Our core mission is to conduct fundamental and applied research in this area, interfacing physics, chemistry and applied mathematics.
We are always on the lookout for high-quality PhD students and postdoctoral researchers.Find out more
Please see the Resource Directory for searchable links to PhD theses, selected talks, posters, and movies.