Jan Andre Klärs
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Last. Jan Klaers (MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology)H-Index: 12
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Open quantum systems can be systematically controlled by making changes to their environment. A well-known example is the spontaneous radiative decay of an electronically excited emitter, such as an atom or a molecule, which is significantly influenced by the feedback from the emitter's environment, for example, by the presence of reflecting surfaces. A prerequisite for a deliberate control of an open quantum system is to reveal the physical mechanisms that determine the state of the system. Her...
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Der Betrieb von Datenzentren verursacht mehr als zwei Prozent des weltweiten Verbrauchs an Elektrizitat. Da­ bei entsteht geschatzt ebenso viel CO2 wie durch die weltweite Luftfahrt. Daher sind neue Ansatze notig, um den steigenden Ressourcenbedarf unserer Informa­ tionsgesellschaft einzudammen. Dafur erweist es sich auch als erforderlich, uber fundamentale physikalische Grenzen nachzudenken.
#1Ben KassenbergH-Index: 1
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#1Mario VretenarH-Index: 1
#2Klaas-Jan GorterH-Index: 1
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Controlling the flow of light is a fundamental requirement for quantum simulations with light. We have recently introduced two novel direct laser writing methods for the microstructuring of mirrors, which allow us to control the transverse flow of light in a high finesse optical microresonator [1]. In particular, it is possible to capture photons onto periodic lattices sites and to control their tunnelling rate. In future work, this will enable optical simulations of classical spin systems. In p...
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