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Bjarke Takashi Røjle Christensen, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
      Non-Linear Optical Phase response from Collective Strontium Atoms in an Optical Cavity

Adel Sohbi, Telecom ParisTech, France
Decoherence Effects on the Non-locality of Symmetric States

Bernhard Albrecht, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
          Atom-Mediated Directional Channeling of Emission into an Optical Waveguide

Weichen Chien, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan
          Probing Resonances of an Artificial Molecule Coupled to a Transmission Line

Shuhei Yoshida, The University of Tokyo, Japan
          Universal relations in strongly-interacting p-wave systems

Neris Ilano, University of the Philippines, Philippines
          Simulation of Grover's algorithm with spatially-dependent coupling constant

Kazuhisa Ogawa, Kyoto University, Japan
          Classical Realization of Dispersion Cancellation by Time-Reversal Method

Gabriel Araneda Machuc, Institute for Experimental Physics, University of Innsbruck, Austria
          Single-ion Faraday rotation and ion-ion entanglement by single-photon detection

Xinxin Zhao, Peking University / International Center for Quantum Materials, China
          Decoherence in Spinor Superfluidity

Anthony Kiely, University College Cork, Ireland
          Inhibiting unwanted transitions in population transfer in two- and three-level quantum systems

Nassima Daoudi, University of Sciences and Technology Houari Boumediene, Algeria
          Exact heat capacity of non-interacting bosons gas in one and two dimensional boxes

Hideki Konishi, Kyoto University, Japan
          Behavior of an ultracold Yb-Li mixture in an optical lattice

Yosuke Hashimoto, The University of Tokyo, Japan
           Characterization of Hong-Ou-Mandel Bunched States by Quantum Homodyne Tomography

Shun Ohgoda, The University of Electro-Communications, Japan
           Wave packet dynamics of atomic condensate in a harmonic trap

Torsten Hinkel, University of Innsbruck, Austria
           A Cavity QED platform for testing classical and quantum random walk models

Vanessa Paulisch, Max-Planck-Institute of Quantum Optics, Germany
          One-dimensional Waveguides for Quantum Computation in Decoherence-Free Subspaces

Phyo Baw Swe, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
          Superconducting Vortex Lattices Atom Chip

Soshi Mizutan, Brock University/McMaster University, Canada
          Monte Carlo Study of Phase Transition on Fractals with Ising, XY, and Heisenberg Model

Anna Kowalczyk, University of Birmingham, England
          Towards dipolar quantum magnetism in ultra-cold gases

Seiichiro Ishino, RCAST, The University of Tokyo, Japan
          Quantum-State Control of a Ferromagnetic Magnon Mode Coupled to a Superconducting Qubit

Sarah Reisenbauer, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
          Direct Fibre Coupling of Nitrogen-Vacancy Centres

Elena Kalganova, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia
          Second stage laser cooling of thulium atoms

Musawwadah Mukhtar National University of Singapore (NUS)/Centre for Quantum Technologies (CQT), Singapore
          Optical Dipole Trap of cold fermionic strontium gas at magic wavelength

Takuya Ikemachi, The University of Tokyo, Japan
          Determination of the universal thermodynamic function of strongly interacting Fermi system with ultracold Fermi gases

Daniel Mayer, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
          A Species-Specific Optical Lattice for Single Cesium Atoms

Yuto Ashida, The University of Tokyo, Japan
         Achievable upper bound of extractable work under feedback control

Virgin Jenisha Belikan, University of Madras, India
          Quasi-Bell states in a strongly coupled qubit-oscillator system and their delocalization in phase space

Sevil Altuğ, Izmir Institute of Technology, Turkey
          Quantum Control and Generation of Entanglement

Hisashi Ogawa, The University of Tokyo, Japan
          Realization of Dynamic Squeezing Gate

Sebastian Pina, Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB), Spain
           Numerical simulations with quantum trajectories of the dynamics of two trapped interacting bosonic atoms

Abel Vicenç Yuste Roca, University of Barcelona, Spain
          Tonks-Girardeau gas in different potential traps by exact diagonalization

Rhys Jenkins, Swansea University, Wales
          Production of a Quantum Gas in a Hybrid ‘Dimple’ Trap near a Tapered Optical Nanofibre

Shingo Kono, The University of Tokyo/Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, Japan
          Measurement of Microwave Photon-number Distribution Using Superconducting Qubit

Yuto Murashita, The University of Tokyo, Japan
          Nonequilibrium Equalities Derived from Lebesgue's Decomposition

Ruari McCloskey, Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland 
          Non-Markovianity and System-Environment Correlations in a Microscopic Collision Model

Xiao-Hang Chen, Shanghai University, China

Eva-Katharina Dietsche, Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, Paris, France
          Reservoir engineering for the preparation of non-classical fields with Rydberg atoms in a cavity

Qi Zhang, Shanghai University, China
          Optimal transport of cold atoms in anharmonic traps

Martin Bonkhoff, TU Kaiserslautern, Germany
          Tuning the Quantum Phase Transition of Bosons in Optical Lattices via the Presence of an Impurity

Yuta Masuyama, The University of Tokyo, Japan
          Toward experimental verification of fluctuation theorem in superconducting qubit

Mark Sadgrove, University of electro-communications, Japan
          Realization of cavity QED on an optical nanofiber part 1: Cavity realization and characteristics

Hazmatally Goolam Hossen, University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN), South Africa
          Self-avoiding quantum walks

Kenan Qu, Oklahoma State Univeristy, USA
          Ramsey spectroscopy with squeezed light

Matteo Fadel, University of Basel, Switzerland
          Many-particle entanglement and phase coherence in mesoscopic Bose-Einstein condensates

Martin Miranda, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
         Realizarion of a quantum gas microscope of ytterbium atoms