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Materia cu\'antica en cavidades de alta reflectancia (Many-body CQED)

@inproceedings{CaballeroBenitez2022MateriaCE,
  title={Materia cu\'antica en cavidades de alta reflectancia (Many-body CQED)},
  author={Santiago F. Caballero-Ben'itez},
  year={2022}
}
A partir de los avances en el control de sistemas atómicos de manera experimental desde finales de la la década de los 90, se ha logrado poder enfriar a temperaturas muy cercanas al cero absoluto (del orden de 10−6 − 10−9K) átomos en sistemas al alto vacío. En estas condiciones es posible atrapar a los átomos de muy baja energía en estructuras periódicas generadas por luz de láseres[1]. A estas estructuras periódicas se les denomina redes ópticas (“optical lattices”) [2]. Los átomos en estas… 

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