Many-Body Physics and Quantum Computing
with Ultracold Atoms and Molecules

Welcome! We are a new experimental atomic, molecular, and optical (AMO) physics group at POSTECH in Korea. 

Our research group focuses on using highly controllable model many-body systems of ultracold atoms and molecules to tackle challenging problems in condensed matter physics and to engineer novel scalable platforms for quantum information processing. For more information, see Research.

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NEWS

2020. 6. 22. The exploration of resonant dipolar collision in microwave dressed ultracold molecules

has been published in PRL!

Phys. Rev. Lett. 125, 063401 (2020)

APS Physics Synopsis, "Microwave Manipulation of Cold Molecules"

2020. 6. 4. Our research group has been selected as one of the recipients of the

"Samsung Science & Technology Foundation" research funds (press release - in Korean).

2020. 3. 30. OPEN POSITIONS: WE ARE LOOKING FOR HIGHLY MOTIVATED STUDENTS AND POSTDOCS

 

We are starting a new experiment to create a lattice gas of strongly dipolar molecules under a microscope objective. These molecules mimic the complicated dance of electrons and spins in strongly correlated materials and will give access to a host of exciting physics, from studying novel many-body states of matter to constructing molecule-based quantum processors. By using a high-resolution microscope objective, we aim to engineer and explore the exotic many-body states of this system with single lattice-site imaging capability.

Sounds exciting? Want to perform cutting-edge research in one of AMO's most exciting research fields? Join us! 

2020. 3. 1. A new journey begins! It'll be an exciting adventure!

Our lab is supported by:

©2020 by Park Lab, Department of Physics, POSTECH