Project Partners

Members of the consortium

ErBeStA brings together eight groups at the forefront of experimental and theoretical quantum physics research from four different countries (Austria, Germany, UK, and Denmark). Each consortium member provides a unique value for the project. The partners are listed in Table.

Table: List of Consortium Members

ATI TU Wien, Atominstitut, Vienna, Austria
UROS University of Rostock, Institute for Physics, Rostock, Germany
UNOTE* University of Nottingham, School of Physics and Astronomy

Experimental group of L. Hackermüller, Nottingham, UK

UNOTT* University of Nottingham, School of Physics and Astronomy

Theory group of I. Lesanovsky, Nottingham, UK

UVIE University of Vienna,  Faculty of Physics, Vienna, Austria
USD University of Southern Denmark,
Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy, Odense, Denmark
AAR Department of Physics and Astronomy, Aarhus University, Denmark
FBH Ferdinand-Braun-Institut (Leibniz-Institut), Berlin, Germany

* The University of Nottingham is one legal entity. For clarity, we list the experimental and the theory group involved in ErBeStA as individual consortium members.

28.06.2018, Wien, TU Wien, Atominstitut, ErBeStA Kick-Off Meeting, Vienna, 2018/06/28. ErBeStA © 2018, PhotoCredit: ErBeStA / Sebastian Pucher

Composition of the Consortium

The consortium is formed of eight young researchers who all have an excellent track record in their respective field and are recognized experts within their communities: ATI and USD have conducted breakthrough experiments in the domain of coupled atom-photon systems. AAR and UNOTT combine in-depth theoretical expertise in the characterization and exploitation of atomic non-linearities for photon control and the realization of coupled light-matter systems. USD and UNOTE accumulate state-of-the-art knowledge on cold atomic physics. UROS and FBH are world-leaders in the fabrication of advanced optical chips for research purposes as well as technological applications. Finally, UROS and UVIE are at the forefront of research concerning the characterization and control of photons on integrated chip environments. The research program of ErBeStA is designed such that it maximally draws from this unique combination of complementary expertise.