Arthur La Rooij’s research focuses on quantum simulation. Building, studying and controlling quantum simulation gives us insight into the elements that govern nature at the quantum scale. This teaches us how to use quantum-mechanical tools to our advantage in industrial applications. La Rooij studies large systems of interacting particles in two-dimensional lattices. He also looks at technology aimed at making nanoscale magnets that might be useful for future applications such as magnetic field sensors and hard discs.
A.L. La Rooij: Nanoscale Magnetic Atom Chips for Quantum Simulation.
Prof. H.B. van Linden van den Heuvell
Dr R.J.C. Spreeuw
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