Atom interferometry to search for ultra light dark matter and gravitational waves.
Quantum interfacing matter and light at the single-particle level
Dipolar Quantum Gases group
We are currently building an ultracold erbium experiment in our lab in the Beecroft building with the aim of studying the effect of long-range interactions on quantum fluids.
Frontiers of quantum physics
Our group researches into applying quantum physics beyond the microscopic domain
Ion trap quantum computing
Testing and developing ideas in quantum computing using laser-manipulated trapped ions.
Laboratory astroparticle physics
cosmic magnetic fields, turbulence, quantum plasmas, fusion energy, quantum gravity
Laser fusion and extreme field physics
Laser-plasma accelerator group
We study laser-driven plasma accelerators and their applications.
NMR quantum computing
Applications of quantum control to building small demonstration quantum computers with nuclear magnetic resonance
Nonlinear spectroscopy and sensors
Our research currently focusses on applications of sensitive optical diagnostic techniques pioneered in the group for applications in engineering and chemistry.
Oxford Centre for High Energy Density Science (OxCHEDS)
The Oxford Centre For High Energy Density Science (OxCHEDS) brings together groups from across Atomic and Laser physics (and beyond) with an interest in the study of matter under extreme conditions.
Quantum and optical technology
Please proceed to http://quantech.group
Quantum high energy density physics
Exploring how quantum systems behave in extreme conditions of temeprature and density
Quantum systems engineering
Research in our group focuses on theoretical studies of quantum optical platforms including ultracold atoms, ion traps and cavities as well as quantum materials whose non-equilibrium dynamics can be controlled by ultrafast optics.
Ultracold quantum matter
We are an experimental group studying quantum many-body physics using ultracold atoms, as well as developing high-flux cold atomic sources and its application of matter-wave interferometry.