About Me

I am a post-doc in the Quantum Matter Theory group at the Centre Européen de Sciences Quantiques (CESQ) - Institut de Science et d'Ingénierie Supramoléculaires (ISIS) of the University of Strasbourg.

I obtained my double Ph.D. degree in Physics in the International Doctoral Program in Science jointly offered by Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore and University of Notre Dame. During my Ph.D. I worked between the Quantum Biology group, under the supervision of Prof. G. Luca Celardo and Prof. Fausto Borgonovi (UCSC), and the Condensed Matter group, under the supervision of Prof. Boldizsár Jankó (UND).

I received my Master's degree in Physics from Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore and I wrote my thesis under the supervision of Prof. G. Luca Celardo and Prof. Fausto Borgonovi.

Education

Employments

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Research Interests

I am interested in quantum systems strongly coupled to optical cavities, the interplay of cooperativity with disorder and noise and their implications on quantum transport, also in the context of many body physics.

Current research interests

  • Quantum Optics
  • Cavity QED
  • Many-body Physics
  • Cooperativity
  • Quantum Transport

Past research interests

  • Validity of non-Hermitian Hamiltonian approach to the dynamics of open quantum systems
  • Quantum chaos and thermalization in closed systems
  • Common theoretical framework for different cooperative effects
  • Superfluorescence in cesium lead halide perovskite nanocrystal superlattices
  • Interplay of superradiance, coherence and temperature
  • Superradiance and lasing
Multifractality in the interacting disordered Tavis-Cummings model
Engineering random spin models with atoms in a high-finesse cavity
Anomalous diffusion in the Long-Range Haken-Strobl-Reineker model

Publications

2024

  • Giuseppe Luca Celardo, Mattia Angeli, Francesco Mattiotti, Robin Kaiser, "Localization of light in three dimensions: a mobility edge in the imaginary axis in non-Hermitian Hamiltonians", Europhysics Letters 145, 35002 (2024). Download
  • Francesco Mattiotti, Jérôme Dubail, David Hagenmüller, Johannes Schachenmayer, Jean-Philippe Brantut, and Guido Pupillo, "Multifractality in the interacting disordered Tavis-Cummings model", Physical Review B 109, 064202 (2024). Download

2023

  • Sunil Kumar, Subha Biswas, Umar Rashid, Kavya S. Mony, Gokul Chandrasekharan, Francesco Mattiotti, Robrecht M. A. Vergauwe, David Hagenmuller, Veerabhadrarao Kaliginedi, Anoop Thomas, "Extraordinary electrical conductance through amorphous non-conducting polymers under vibrational strong coupling", arXiv:2303.03777 (2023). Download
  • Tanul Gupta, Guido Masella, Francesco Mattiotti, Nikolay V. Prokof'ev, Guido Pupillo, "Scale-invariant phase transition of disordered bosons in one dimension", arXiv:2310.17682 (2023). Download
  • Alberto Catalano, Francesco Mattiotti, Jérôme Dubail, David Hagenmüller, Fabio Franchini, and Guido Pupillo, "Anomalous diffusion in the Long-Range Haken-Strobl-Reineker model", Physical Review Letters 131, 053401 (2023). Download
  • Fabricio S. Lozano-Negro, Emilio Alvarez Navarro, Nahum C. Chávez, Francesco Mattiotti, Fausto Borgonovi, Horacio M. Pastawski, G. Luca Celardo, "Universal stability towards decoherence in quantum diffusive 1D chains", arXiv:2307.05656 (2023). Download
  • Nick Sauerwein, Francesca Orsi, Philipp Uhrich, Soumik Bandyopadhyay, Francesco Mattiotti, Tigrane Cantat-Moltrecht, Guido Pupillo, Philipp Hauke, and Jean-Philippe Brantut, "Engineering random spin models with atoms in a high-finesse cavity", Nature Physics 19, 1128-1134 (2023). Download
  • Sushrut Ghonge, David Engel, Francesco Mattiotti, G. Luca Celardo, Masaru Kuno, and Boldizsár Jankó, "Enhanced robustness and dimensional crossover of superradiance in cuboidal nanocrystal superlattices", Physical Review Research 5, 023068 (2023). Download

2022

2021

2020

  • Francesco Mattiotti, Masaru Kuno, Fausto Borgonovi, Boldizsár Jankó, G. Luca Celardo, "Thermal decoherence of superradiance in lead halide perovskite nanocrystal superlattices", Nano Letters 20, 7382 (2020).

2019

2017

2015

  • Giulio G. Giusteri, Francesco Mattiotti, and G. Luca Celardo, "Non-hermitian hamiltonian approach to quantum transport in disordered networks with sinks: Validity and effectiveness", Physical Review B 91, 094301 (2015). Download

2014


Scale-invariant phase transition of disordered bosons in one dimension
Efficient light harvesting and photon sensing via engineered cooperative effects
Bio-inspired natural sunlight-pumped lasers
Disorder-Enhanced and Disorder-Independent Transport with long-range hopping
Superfluorescence in superlattices
Comparing Superradiance and Superconductivity
Macroscopic coherence in molecular nanotubes
Quantum chaos
Non-Hermitian Hamiltonian approach to quantum transport

Contact

Address: Centre Européen de Sciences Quantiques (CESQ) - Institut de Science et d'Ingénierie Supramoléculaires (ISIS)
University of Strasbourg
Bâtiment 120
23 rue du Loess
CS 94048
67034 Strasbourg, France
Room: 205
Phone: +33 (0)3 68 85 52 16
E-mail: mattiotti@unistra.fr