Dr. Franco Nori is a RIKEN Chief Scientist, heading the “Theoretical Quantum Physics Laboratory” [Link] at the “Cluster for Pioneering Research” at Riken, Saitama, Japan. He is also a team leader in the Riken Quantum Computing Center [Link]. He has a concurrent position at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA [Link].
- Interface between atomic physics, quantum optics, quantum information, and nanoscience
- Light-matter interactions, cavity QED, circuit QED
- Quantum nano-electronics and quantum simulators
- Quantum information processing
- Superconducting Josephson-junction qubits and hybrid quantum circuits
- Quantum nano-mechanics and electro-nano-mechanics
- Machine Learning and Artificial Neural Networks
- Dissipative open quantum systems
- Non-equilibrium quantum dynamics
- Open-source scientific software
- Theoretical condensed matter physics, Graphene
- Transport phenomena (e.g., of vortices, electrons and grains)
- Energy transfer, Light-to-electricity conversion and solar energy, artificial photosynthesis
- Computational physics
- Dynamics of complex systems
An underlying theme of our work is to better understand nano-scale quantum systems and devise methods to control them. We use physical models to make predictions that can be tested experimentally and that can be used to better understand the observed phenomena.
Theoretical Quantum Physics Laboratory (Riken web)
During 2013-2017, the group was called: "Quantum Condensed Matter Research Group”, at the Center for Emergent Matter Science, in RIKEN.
During 2008-2012, the group was part of the “Advanced Science Institute”, in RIKEN.
From 2002-2007, the group was part of the “Frontier Research System”, at RIKEN.
Old research page
Animations (mostly from older projects)