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Applied Dynamics Seminar| Juan Restrepo, University of Colorado Boulder
Thursday, September 14, 2017
12:30 p.m.
ERF 1207
For More Information:
Taylor Prendergast
301 405 4951
tprender@umd.edu

Speaker: Juan Restrepo

Speaker's Institution: University of Colorado Boulder, Department of Applied Mathematics

Title: Synchronization of Quantum Dipoles

Abstract: In this talk we discuss the emergence of synchronization in arrays of quantum radiating dipoles coupled only via anisotropic and long-range dipolar interactions. It is found that in the presence of an incoherent energy source, dipolar interactions can lead to a resilient synchronized steady-state. A classical mean-field description of the model results in equations similar to the classical Kuramoto model for synchronization of phase oscillators. Using the mean-field formulation for the all-to-all coupled case, the synchronized state can be studied, and it is found that it exists only for a finite range of the external energy source rates. Results obtained from the mean-field model are compared with numerical simulations of the quantum system and it is found that synchronization is robust to quantum fluctuations and spatially decaying coupling. Additional nonstationary synchronization patterns and bistability are discussed.

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