Fascinating quantum physics phenomena such as super-conductivity and quantum magnetism often arise from strong interactions between the particles involved in these phenomena. Because of the strong interactions many particles influence each other at the same time. The phenomena cannot be understood by simply studying the behaviour of a single particle. One must consider the whole ensemble of particles that make up such a many-body system. One possible approach to studying many-body systems is quantum simulation. Alex Bayerle has designed an experiment to perform quantum simulation experiments in the future. The quantum simulator will use molecules comprised of one strontium and one rubidium atom to mimic quantum particles.