Correlated quantum matter and unusual transport phenomena.
In the team Quantum Physics in Circuit (QPC), we explore the quantum phenomena in nano-scale electronic circuits, from correlated electronic matter to quantum transport and down to the most elementary level of the single conduction channel.
For highlights, fundings and collaborators, see here.
Current members of the QPC team, here.
December 16, 2019: Congratulations Emile for this great PhD defense and for the mastery shown in your answers to the questions!
December 2019: And now it is our investigation of the electronic heat flow and thermal shot noise in quantum circuits that is being published, a few days later, in Nature Communications !
December 2019: Our new paper on the non-local quantum transmission of the electrons' state has been published in Science!
April 2019: Hadrien Duprez obtained one of the two awards for best oral presentation at the C2N PhD days. Congratulations Hadrien for this pedagogical tour de force!
October 2018: Great Prize Madame Victor Noury of the French Academy of Sciences awarded to Frédéric Pierre.
September 2018: The new paper on the circuit quantum simulation of a Tomonaga-Luttinger liquid appeared in Phys. Rev. X and was highlighted by a Viewpoint in Physics. (C2N news)
August 2018: Zubair's PhD, nominated as an outstanding thesis by Paris-Sud university, was published as a book by Springer.
June 2018: The Science 'Research Article' (long format) on quantum criticality and superballistic transport is now published in its final printed form (also available on arXiv) and has been selected for a CNRS news (French).
May 2018: The paper exploring quantum criticality and superballistic transport with a circuit was put forward in the selective First Release program of Science!
February 2018: The paper on the Coulomb blockade of heat is now published in Nature Physics, and put forward on the cover page.
December 2017: National C'NANO PhD prize attributed to Zubair. Congratulations!
April 2017: European prize Nicholas Kurti awarded to our former postdoc François Parmentier, notably for the noise and quantized heat transport experiments performed in the QPC team. Congratulations!