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Nonlinear quantum physics

Small oscillators are everywhere around us, in clocks, computers, mobiles, but also in musical instruments, or biological cells, genes and neurons. Becoming smaller and smaller, that is why their principles are more and more under counter-intuitive rules of atoms and photons

Linear quantum oscillators are elementary physical systems with a large capacity simultaneously exhibiting both continuous wave and discrete particle quantum interference features. They have an increasing number of applicationsin science and technology beyond the framework of classical physics. Quantum metrology, communication, simulation, computation and also quantum engines broadly use linear quantum oscillators.

New highly nonlinear and non-Gaussian quantum operations with linear quantum oscillators currently 
opens entirely new teritory.  

Quantum optics, atomic physics, solid-state physics, condense-matter physics, quantum electromechanics and optomechanics, quantum cavity/circuit electrodynamics and physics of trapped atoms/ions are excellent for testing and understanding of these nonlinear quantum phenomena and bringing them close to applications.

           Majority of high-order nonlinearities, underlying non-Gaussian quantum phenomena 
                                         and their applications are still undiscovered.

                                             It is an adventure and the chance right now.

Our way to understand, engineer and explore them is based on five consequative steps
 
1. Understanding real physics in labs
2. Inventing adequate theory for a broad audience
3. Applying theory to blue sky thinking
4. Proposing illustrative and feasible experiments
5. Formulating well-defined applications

 
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