Welcome to the Asenjo-Garcia research group at Columbia University.
In our theory group we investigate problems at the intersection of quantum optics, atomic physics, open quantum systems, and many-body physics. In particular, a significant part of our research focuses on emergent phenomena that arises from photon-mediated atomic interactions. We are interested not only in understanding fundamental physics associated with strongly-interacting atoms and photons but also in how to exploit these phenomena to develop novel applications in quantum information science, sensing, and metrology.
December 16, 2022
Our collaboration with the Ritsch and Kirchmair groups, Control of localized single- and many-body dark states in wQED, is published in Physical Review Letters. Nice work by our visiting student Raphael Holzinger!
April 4, 2022
Congratulations to Joseph for receiving the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship!