Guido Pupillo is Distinguished Full Professor (PRCE) at the University of Strasbourg (UNISTRA), Director of the “Laboratory of Quantum Physics” at the Institut de Science et d'Ingénierie Supramoléculaires (ISIS) and of the group "Gaz Quantiques et Optique Quantique" at the Institut de Physique et Chimie des Matériaux de Strasbourg (IPCMS), where he is involved in the development of teaching and research programs in quantum science and technology. He is fellow of the Global Young Academy and of the Young Academia Europaea. He obtained his Master in Physics at the University of Bologna in 2001 and a PhD in Physics in 2005 at the University of Maryland for research conducted at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (with Dr. Carl J. Williams). Until 2011 he was scientist and then senior scientist at the University of Innsbruck and the Austrian Academy of Sciences, where he obtained his Habilitiation in Theoretical Physics (with Prof. P. Zoller). In 2012 he became full professor at the University of Strasbourg (FR). He is recipient of several awards, including the 2012 ERC Starting Grant and the 2013 Guy Ourisson Prize. His research interests are in atomic, molecular, and optical physics, many-body physics and non-equilibrium dynamics of open quantum systems.

**Keywords: **Cold gases, many-body physics, quantum optics

During my physics studies at the Technical University in Munich (TUM) I developed a strong interest in the theory of quantum many-body dynamics. Driven by this interest, already for my diploma work I moved to Innsbruck (Austria) where I continued with a PhD program in the group of P. Zoller, supervised by A. J. Daley. During my PhD years I moved to the University of Pittsburgh (USA) as a visiting research scholar until graduation in 2012. I stayed in the US, working as a post-doc at JILA (Boulder, USA) in the group of A. M. Rey. In 2016 I joined the quantum matter theory group as permanent CNRS researcher (chargé de recherche) at the IPCMS. My research interest is centered around numerical approaches to non-equilibrium dynamics of quantum many-body models (utilizing e.g. time-dependent DMRG/matrix product states, or semi-classical phase-space methods). In particular, I'm interested in the dynamics of setups with (ultra-)cold atoms and associated quantum effects such as entanglement build-up. Furthermore, my recent research is focused on open system/quantum optics approaches (involving e.g. cavity couplings) to molecular arrangements and condensed matter systems.

**Keywords: **Numerical methods (t-DMRG/DTWA), Many-body quantum dynamics, Ultracold quantum gases, Optical lattices, Strong cavity-coupling

**Keywords**: Cavity-QED, Plasmonics, Superconductivity, Transport, Numerical methods (Non-Equilibrium Green's Functions).

**Keywords:**Computational Physics, Many-body Physics, Cold Gases

**Keywords:**Quantum Optics, Cavity QED, Many-body Physics.

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