Lecturers / Lecture Materials

Some materials are available until 6th of November 2016.

*The lecture materials will be updated here
 

Hideo Aoki (C), University of Tokyo, Japan
                         (Member of the ImPACT project) 

Colloquium: Superconductivity and topological properties designed and induced in condensed-matter and cold-atom systems  <was available>

Date of Visit: 2nd of October to 4th of October

Markus Aspelmeyer (L), University of Vienna / Vienna Center for Quantum Science and Technology, Austria

Lectures: Quantum Optomechanics: Physical principles, prospects and challenges

I: Introduction: Quantum optical control of micro- and nanomechanics
II: Applications: From quantum information technologies to gravitational wave detection
III: Foundations: Levitated optomechanics and the interface between quantum physics and gravity

Date of Visit: 28th of September to 30th of September

Jean Dalibard (L), Collège de France / Ecole Polytechnique, France

Lectures: Introduction to artificial gauge fields

I: Lecture 1
<was available>
II: Lecture 2 <was available>

Date of Visit: 26th of September to 29th of September

Kai Dieckmann (L), Centre for Quantum Technologies and National University of Singapore, Singapore

Lecture Topic: Ultracold quantum gases 

I: Ultracold quantum gases and interactions <was available>
II: Experimental methods for ultracold atoms and molecules <was available>
Examples <was available>
III: Dipolar ground state molecules

Date of Visit: 4th of October to 7th of October

Shin Inouye (C), Osaka City University, Japan

Colloquium: A new tool for precision measurement: ultracold molecules <was available>

Date of Visit: 26th of September to 29th of September

Rina Kanamoto (C), Meiji University, Japan

Colloquium: Quantum self-oscillation, rotation, and synchronization in nonlinear mechanical systems <was available>

Date of Visit: 30th of September to 2nd of October

Yuki Kawaguchi (C), Nagoya University, Japan

Colloquium: Coherent quantum dynamics in Bose-Einstein condensates with spin degrees of freedom <was available>

Date of Visit: 30th of September to 1st of October

Peter Krüger (L), The University of Nottingham, U.K.

Lectures: Quantum sensors

I: Principles of atom interferometry
II: Sensors based on matter wave interferometry and other quantum phenomena
III: Quantum technology in practice and emerging quantum devices

Date of Visit: 27th of September to 30th of September

Mikhail (Misha) Lukin (L), Harvard University, USA

Lectures: Quantum dynamics of strongly interacting spins, atoms and photons

Date of Visit: 5th of October to 6th of October

Hideaki Obuse (L), Hokkaido University, Japan

Lectures: Quantum dynamics associated with topological phases in synthetic quantum systems <was available>

Date of Visit: 2nd of October to 7th of October

Gerhard Rempe (L), Max-Planck-Institute of Quantum Optics, Germany

Lectures:  Cavity QED: From quantum optics to quantum information <was available>

Date of Visit: 26th of September to 29th of September

Ana Maria Rey (L), University of Colorado Boulder, USA

Lectures: Building with crystals of light and quantum matter

I:  From superfluids to magnets <was available>
II:  From clocks to computers <was available>
III: From atoms to molecules <was available>

Date of Visit: 4th of October to 6th of October

Fam Le Kien (L), OIST Graduate University, Japan

Lectures: Selected topics of nanofiber optics <was available>

Date of Visit: 4th of October