Ultrafast Dynamics and Quantum Control Theory


The research conducted by the Ultrafast Dynamics and Quantum Control Theory group centers around theoretical explorations of the interaction between laser radiation and atoms or molecules. Our primary goal is to advance quantum control methods by integrating developments in quantum optics, molecular spectroscopy, and laser science. We are dedicated to pushing the boundaries of atomic, molecular, and optical sciences.

Our investigations span a diverse range of fundamental topics, including ultrafast Raman spectroscopy, the dynamics of ultracold gases, optical control of hybrid nanomaterials, and quantum many-body physics. The impact of our work extends into the realms of nanoscience and biomedicine, gaining ongoing significance as proposals for quantum-based technologies emerge. These technologies encompass quantum sensing, imaging, metrology, and quantum information.


Svetlana Malinovskaya


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