SYNQS is a collaboration of four research groups with overlapping research interests. The collaboration exists to strengthen and better integrate theoretical and experimental research. Our work is generally related to leveraging the potential of synthetic quantum systems, with the aim of pushing the understanding of fundamental phenomena in quantum many-body physics,

Go ahead and find out more about our research topics by clicking on the project cards below.

.js-id-topics#### Entanglement

#### BEC machine

#### BECK machine

#### NaLi machine

#### Correlations

#### SoPa machine

#### Dynamical Gauge Fields

#### Physical Computation

#### ATTA

Harnessing quantum correlations

Ultracold spinor gases of Rb

2D Bose-Einstein Condensate of Potassium-39

Atomic mixture of sodium and lithium

Tracing quantum waves

Atomic mixture of sodium and potassium

Engineering high energy physics in table top experiments

Calculations with quantum and neuromorphic hardware.

Atom Trap Trace Analysis for water dating

Our experimental research groups base the work on cold atoms. In such experiments a cloud of atoms is cooled to temperatures, which are close to absolute zero with the help of lasers and magnetic fields. The resulting quantum systems offer an enormous level of versatility and control, making them a powerful platform for the investigation of the wide variety of topics studied within *SYNQS*.

Harnessing quantum correlations

Ultracold spinor gases of Rb

2D Bose-Einstein Condensate of Potassium-39

Atomic mixture of sodium and lithium

Tracing quantum waves

Atomic mixture of sodium and potassium

Engineering high energy physics in table top experiments

Calculations with quantum and neuromorphic hardware.

Atom Trap Trace Analysis for water dating

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