Dr. Lingzhen Guo


  • Postdoctoral Fellow
  • Theory Division
  • Room A.2.440
  • Phone +49 9131 7133 453
  • Email

My research can be divided basically into two categories:

1) Quantum many-body physics, especially in Floquet systems (periodically driven systems). Hamiltonians which are inaccessible in static systems can be engineered in periodically driven many-body systems. Therefore, it is possible to engineer new physics and novel phases in periodically driven systems. The recent interesting topics include the so-called Floquet time crystals and phase space crystals.

2) Quantum technologies, e.g., quantum simulations and quantum computing, based on ion traps, cold atoms, superconducting circuits. I am interested and investigating theoretical problems with the advances of technologies, for example, the ultra-strong and deep strong coupling regime between light and matters, the time delay and memory effects (namely, non-Markovian effects) in quantum systems. 

Oscillating bound states for a giant atom

Lingzhen Guo, Anton Frisk Kockum, Florian Marquardt, Göran Johannson

Physical Review Research 2(4) 043014 (2020) | Journal | PDF

Probing the Tavis-Cummings level splitting with intermediate-scale superconducting circuits

Ping Yang, Jan David Brehm, Juha Leppäkangas, Lingzhen Guo, Michael Marthaler, Isabella Boventer, Alexander Stehli, Tim Wolz, Alexey V. Ustinov, et al.

Physical Review Applied (14) 024025 (2020) | Journal | PDF

Non-exponential decay of a giant artificial atom

Gustav Andersson, Baladitya Suri, Lingzhen Guo, Thomas Aref, Per Delsing

Nature Physics 15 1123-1127 (2019) | Journal

Resonance inversion in a superconducting cavity coupled to artificial atoms and a microwave background

Juha Leppäkangas, Jan David Brehm, Ping Yang, Lingzhen Guo, Michael Marthaler, Alexey V. Ustinov, Martin Weides

Physical Review A 99(6) 063804 (2019) | Journal | PDF

Scalable Ion Trap Architecture for Universal Quantum Computation by Collisions

Pengfei Liang, Lingzhen Guo

arXiv 1801.02593 Preprint | PDF

Quantum critical temperature of a modulated oscillator

Lingzhen Guo, Vittorio Peano, M. Marthaler, M. I. Dykman

Physical Review A 87(6) (2014) | Journal

Emission spectrum of the driven nonlinear oscillator

Stephan André, Lingzhen Guo, Vittorio Peano, Michael Marthaler, Gerd Schön

Physical Review A 85(5) (2012) | Journal

For all publications, please refer to our division's Publications page.

Please find my detailed cv here.

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