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Quantum fluctuations and correlations in open quantum Dicke models

@inproceedings{Boneberg2021QuantumFA,
  title={Quantum fluctuations and correlations in open quantum Dicke models},
  author={Mario Boneberg and Igor Lesanovsky and Federico Carollo},
  year={2021}
}
In the vicinity of ground-state phase transitions quantum correlations can display non-analytic behavior and critical scaling. This signature of emergent collective effects has been widely investigated within a broad range of equilibrium settings. However, under nonequilibrium conditions, as found in open quantum many-body systems, characterizing quantum correlations near phase transitions is challenging. Moreover, the impact of local and collective dissipative processes on quantum correlations… 

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