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Single atoms and ultracold atomic gases

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In recent years, ultracold atoms have emerged as an exceptionally well controllable experimental system to investigate fundamental physics, ranging from quantum information science to simulations of condensed matter models. Here we go one step further and explore how cold atoms can be combined with other quantum systems to create new quantum hybrids with tailored properties. We show how coupling an atomic quantum many-body state to an independently controllable single-atom gives access to a wealth of novel physics and to completely new detection and manipulation techniques.

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