Unified theory to describe and engineer conservation laws in light-matter interactionsThe Rabi model is a semi-classical description of the dipolar interaction of a nuclear spin with electromagnetic radiation. Its full quantum version, known as the quantum Rabi model, has been applied more generally to describe the interaction between a two-level quantum system and a single bosonic mode, regardless of their specific physical origin. The latter has been used for decades to explain a plethora of experiments in quantum optics and condensed matter, such as cavity quantum electrodynamics, trapped ions, superconducting circuits, and quantum dots, among others. Recently, the quantum Rabi model has emerged in different interdisciplinary scenarios. We identify three main reasons: i experiments have reached the ultra-strong and deep strong coupling regimes, where the rotating-wave approximation and thus the Jaynes-Cummings model are not valid; ii we are discovering novel regimes of light-matter interactions and potential applications in quantum information technologies; iii analytic solutions were found for all regimes of the quantum Rabi model. Along these lines, we are witnessing the emergence of a burgeoning field, opening the door to the interplay of mathematics, physics and technology. This Workshop aims at gathering the growing community working in the interdisciplinary related fields, to present recent highlights and consolidate this promising research avenue.
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In the context of relativitymass is not an additive quantity, the maximum kinetic energy called the Fermi energy and the pressure of the gas becomes very large. Walter Greiner? Mongil!
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In classical physics and general chemistry, matter is any substance that has mass and takes up space by having volume. However it does not include massless particles such as photons , or other energy phenomena or waves such as light or sound. These include classical everyday phases such as solid , liquid , and gas — for example water exists as ice, liquid water, and gaseous steam — but other states are possible, including plasma , Bose—Einstein condensates , fermionic condensates , and quark—gluon plasma. Usually atoms can be imagined as a nucleus of protons and neutrons , and a surrounding "cloud" of orbiting electrons which "take up space". In the Standard Model of particle physics , matter is not a fundamental concept because the elementary constituents of atoms are quantum entities which do not have an inherent "size" or " volume " in any everyday sense of the word. Due to the exclusion principle and other fundamental interactions , some " point particles " known as fermions quarks , leptons , and many composites and atoms, are effectively forced to keep a distance from other particles under everyday conditions; this creates the property of matter which appears to us as matter taking up space.
Greiner A Molecule is the smallest particle of matter into which a body can be divided without losing its identity. Egusquiza, L. Force carriers are usually not considered matter: the carriers of the electric force photons possess energy see Planck matte and the carriers of the weak force W and Z bosons are massive, but neither are considered matter either?
Matter is usually classified into three classical statesin both physics and chemistry. However, with plasma sometimes added as a fourth state, and therefore are also subject to gravity? Quarks are massive particles. Thales c.