The Simon Lab chooses problems at the interface of condensed matter, quantum optics, and quantum information. Our science is enabled by technological innovation, particularly in Hamiltonian engineering, control, and electronics, allowing us to explore open questions in topological physics, photonic materials, and strong correlations.
For a broad overview of the science, here are a few talks given by Jon: Harvard ITAMP, KITP Topological Quantum Materials , Simons Center for Geometry and Physics , KITP Few-Body Physics, Manybody Cavity QED
Ruichao Ma, Brendan Saxberg, Clai Owens, Nelson Leung and Yao Lu, Jonathan Simon and David Schuster, "A Dissipatively Stabilized Mott Insulator of Photons" Nature 566, 51–57
Nathan Schine, Michelle Chalupnik, Tankut Can, Andrey Gromov, Jonathan Simon, "Measuring Electromagnetic and Gravitational Responses of Photonic Landau Levels" Nature 565, 173-179
Leon Lu, Ningyuan Jia, Lin Su, Clai Owens, Gediminas Juzeliunas, David Schuster, Jonathan Simon, "Probing the Berry Curvature and Fermi Arcs of a Weyl Circuit" Physical Review B 99, 020302
Logan Clark, Ningyuan Jia, Nathan Schine, Claire Baum, Alexandros Georgakopoulos, Jonathan Simon, "Interacting Floquet Polaritons" arXiv: 1806.10621
Alexandros Georgakopoulos, Ariel Sommer, Jonathan Simon, "Theory of Interacting Cavity Rydberg Polaritons" Quantum Science and Technology, 4, 1