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= Juan Camilo López Carreño =
 
= Juan Camilo López Carreño =
  
'''Juan Camilo''' (Camilo) is a great and promising theorist, working with us on fundamental questions of Quantum Mechanics and quantum polaritonics. He is currently writing his Ph.D thesis [[Exciting with Quantum Light]] when he's not building the Physics branch of the University of Wolverhampton and/or inspiring his students to follow him in his wake.
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'''Juan Camilo''' (Camilo) is a Doctor of [[Physics]] (see [[Juan_Camilo_López_Carreño%27s_thesis|his thesis]]), a great and promising theorist, working with us on fundamental questions of Quantum Mechanics and quantum polaritonics, when he's not building the Physics branch of the University of Wolverhampton and/or inspiring his students to follow him in his wake.
  
 
<center><wz tagtotip="PlazaMayor">[[File:camilo.jpg|600px]]</wz></center>
 
<center><wz tagtotip="PlazaMayor">[[File:camilo.jpg|600px]]</wz></center>
 
<span id="PlazaMayor">Camilo one stage higher than he's used to, on the Plaza Mayor of Madrid.</span>
 
<span id="PlazaMayor">Camilo one stage higher than he's used to, on the Plaza Mayor of Madrid.</span>
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As a few highlights of his research with us, Camilo established the formalism of [https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-018-24975-y frequency-resolved quantum Monte Carlo], which is invaluable to go beyond mean-field of our theory of frequency-resolved photon correlations, he mapped the [http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/lpor.201700090 full landscape of photon-correlation from the Mollow triplet], he [https://physics.aps.org/articles/v9/s135 leads our quantum spectroscopy line of research] and is also a key component of our homodyning proposals along with [[Eduardo Zubizarreta]].
  
 
He lived number 2, [[Plaza Mayor]], and was therefore our neighbor in front during our [[Blog:Felipe_III_6,_6B|Plaza Mayor days]].
 
He lived number 2, [[Plaza Mayor]], and was therefore our neighbor in front during our [[Blog:Felipe_III_6,_6B|Plaza Mayor days]].

Latest revision as of 12:27, 16 May 2020

Juan Camilo López Carreño

Juan Camilo (Camilo) is a Doctor of Physics (see his thesis), a great and promising theorist, working with us on fundamental questions of Quantum Mechanics and quantum polaritonics, when he's not building the Physics branch of the University of Wolverhampton and/or inspiring his students to follow him in his wake.

Camilo.jpg

Camilo one stage higher than he's used to, on the Plaza Mayor of Madrid.

As a few highlights of his research with us, Camilo established the formalism of frequency-resolved quantum Monte Carlo, which is invaluable to go beyond mean-field of our theory of frequency-resolved photon correlations, he mapped the full landscape of photon-correlation from the Mollow triplet, he leads our quantum spectroscopy line of research and is also a key component of our homodyning proposals along with Eduardo Zubizarreta.

He lived number 2, Plaza Mayor, and was therefore our neighbor in front during our Plaza Mayor days.

Camilo-balcony-9Nov14.jpg

You can visit his great website.