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Giovanni Martone

CNR staff, researcher

I am a theoretical physicist active in the field of quantum fluids. My interest in this topic goes back to my PhD studies at University of Trento (Italy), where I investigated atomic Bose-Einstein condensates with spin-orbit coupling. I kept working on atomic gases throughout my postdoc at Laboratory of Theoretical Physics and Statistical Models in Orsay (France). During the subsequent postdoctoral appointment at Laboratoire Kastler Brossel in Paris I moved to the study of nonparaxial fluids of light in the propagating geometry. My current research focuses on Bose-Einstein condensates of polaritons, a very powerful platform for the exploration of many fascinating phenomena, including quantum turbulence, analogue gravity, and supersolidity.

Giovanni has published 3 articles with us. The most recent ones are:

1. Time Translation Symmetry Breaking in an Isolated Spin-Orbit-Coupled Fluid of Light, G.I. Martone, N. Cherroret, Physical Review Letters 131(1) (2023)
2. Dynamics of Stripe Patterns in Supersolid Spin-Orbit-Coupled Bose Gases, K.T. Geier, G.I. Martone, P. Hauke, W. Ketterle, S. Stringari, Physical Review Letters 130(15) (2023)
3. Bose-Einstein condensates with Raman-induced spin-orbit coupling: An overview, G.I. Martone, Europhysics Letters 143(2) (2023)
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