The Future of Small. This is the first in a new public lecture series entitled Our Universe: From the Quantum World to Cosmology..
Over fifty years ago, the physicist Richard Feynman gave a remarkably prescient talk about the coming revolution in miniaturization. For the next half a century, the ever-shrinking integrated circuit brought his dreams to fruition in the realms of...
A nanolaser using a single atomic sheet
UW Physics Associate Professor Xiaodong Xu and collaborators have built a new nanometer-sized laser — using the thinnest semiconductor available today — that is energy efficient, easy to build and compatible with existing electronics.
Dynamical competition between Quantum Hall and Quantum Spin Hall effects
Cristiane Morais Smith, University of Utrecht
Gauge-invariant implementations of the finite density Abelian Higgs model on optical lattices
Yannick Meurice, University of Iowa
Optical Lattice Implementation of the CP(N-1) Model in the Continuum Limit using Alkaline Earth Atoms
Catherine Laflamme, University of Innsbruck / IQOQI
From Chern-Simons-Maxwell Theory to the Toric Code
Nadiia Vlasii, Bern University
Spin textures in dipolar gases from a Dirac string perspective
Biao Lian, Stanford University