Participants

Marcelo Alonso, University of Southampton / National Physical Laboratory, UK
Spectroscopy of dark resonance in Cs-filled hollow core fibres

Matteo Altorio,  CNRS, Sorbonne Universités, France
High-sensitivity cold-atom gyroscope with real-time vibration compensation

Andreas Angerer, TU Wien / Vienna Center for Quantum Science and Technology, Austria
Coherent non-linear dynamics in cavity quantum electrodynamics

Zi-Qiao Ao, Waseda University, Japan
Giant Lamb shift observed in deep-strongly-coupled superconducting qubit-oscillator circuit

Thomas Bersano, Washington State University, USA
Supersolid-like states in a spin-orbit coupled Bose-Einstein condensate

Aleksandr Borisenko, P.N.Lebedev Physical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
Microwave frequency standard based on the laser cooled 25Mg+ ions

Romain Caldani, Observatoire de Paris, France
Gravity gradient measurement with large momentum transfert atomic interferometers

Amarsanaa Davaasuren, The University of Tokyo, Japan  
Deploying convolutional neural network in surface code

Robert Dingwall, Heriot Watt University, UK
Chiral matter-wave solitons with a density-dependent gauge potential

Martin Drechsler, Buenos Aires University, Argentina
Using a single trapped ion for measuring vector components of strongly focused radially and azimuthally polarized beams

Jessica Eastman, Australian National University, Australia
Tuning quantum measurements to control chaos

Rosaria Gabriella Lena, University of Strathclyde,UK
Cooling of impurity atoms in a 2D lattice by a reservoir gas

Nils Guenther, ICFO institute of the photonic sciences, Spain
Superfluid vortex dynamics on the surface of a cylinder

Grecia Guijarro, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain
Bilayer System of dipolar bosons: few-body bound states

Ikko Hamamura, Kyoto University, Japan
The structure of composite systems in quantum theory

Kentaro Heya, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Two-dimensional integration of superconducting qubits using three-dimensional coaxial resonators

Marvin Holten, Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, Germany
Quantum state assembler

Xinhe Huang, Waseda University, Japan
Toward deterministic single-photon generation in a nano-fiber cavity QED system

Takayuki Kiyohara, Kyoto University, Japan
Realization of multiplexing of heralded single photon sources using photon number resolving detectors, and serial-parallel conversion for heralded single photons

Anjana Krishnadas, IISER Kolkata, India
Coherence properties of photoluminescence from rare earth doped nanoparticles

Naoto Kura, The University of Tokyo, Japan
A bound on the multi-parameter and finite-error metrology

Bin Ho Le, Osaka University, Japan
Introduction to the enlarged quantum weak values and modular values

Lauri Lehtonen, University of Turku, Finland
Spin waves in spin-polarized atomic hydrogen

Yink Loong Len, Centre for Quantum Technologies (CQT), Singapore
Common sense in quantum mechanics

Sheilla Marques, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil
Dynamics of a quantum harmonic oscillator bath coupled to a single forced quantum harmonic oscillator

Akihiro Mizutani, Osaka university, Japan
Fundamental rate-loss trade-off for the quantum internet

Benjamin Nagle, TU Kaiserslautern, Germany
Towards studies of the BEC-BCS crossover in a disordered environment

Lærke Lyhne Nielsen, Aarhus University, Denmark
Are strategies in physics discrete?

Terumichi Ohashi, Nagoya University, Japan
Bulk-edge correspondence for Bose-Einstein condensate

Fumiya Okamoto, The University of Tokyo, Japan
All-optical storage of superimposed states

Tatiana Pislari, Institute of Applied Physics, Academy of Sciences of Moldova, Moldova
Cooperative entangled effects between  mode components  of optical micro-fiber (or micro-cavity) stimulated by two ensembles of  atoms in non-linear interaction

Ryan Plestid, McMaster University,  Canada
Quantum dynamics of the Hamiltonian mean field model

Alexander Pritchard, The University of Queensland, Australia
87Rb Spinor condensates in time-averaged optical ring potentials

Serhan Seyyare Aksu, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Turkey
Mixture of charged and uncharged superfluids in a synthetic magnetic field

Poornima Shakya, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India
Ultra-cold atomic systems in optical cavities

Shivani Singh, The Institute of Mathematical Science, Chennai, India
Interference in localised quantum walk

Lennart Sobirey, University of Hamburg, Germany
Homogeneous two-dimensional Fermi gases

Boris Sokolov, University of Turku, Finland
Quantum to classical transition induced by gravitational time dilation

Hemlin Swaran Rag, University of Arkansas, USA
Atomic Excitation probability for single- and N-Photon Wavepackets

Kan Takase, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Generation of multi-mode and multi-photon qubit for error correction

Valentin Torggler, University of Innsbruck, Austria
Quantum annealing with ultracold atoms in a multimode optical resonator

Wenling Xu, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China
High-dimensional parallel quantum computing teleportation using a Λ system coupled with a whispering-gallery-mode microresonator

Takumi Yoshino, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Collective modes of vortex lattices in two-component Bose-Einstein condensates

Klaudia Zaremba-Kopczyk, University of Warsaw, Poland
Nuclear mass correction to the long-range interactions between atoms

Chi Zhang, Stockholm University, Sweden
Coherent control of trapped Rydberg ions

Lewis Picard, Durham University, UK
Van der Waals interaction of Rydberg atoms with a dielectric surface: Implications for atoms near an optical nanofibre

Joanna Lis, University College London, UK
TBA

Krishnapriya Subramonian Rajasree, OIST, Japan
Rydberg atoms near optical nanofibre

Sho Kasumie, OIST, Japan
Dissipative and dispersive optomechanical interaction in a coupled-cavity system

Wenfang Li, OIST, Japan
Optical nanofiber-based cavity induced by periodic air-nanohole arrays

 

 


 

POSTER DETAILS

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All participants are expected to present a poster of their research work during the workshop.  Please bring your printed poster with you as we can't provide a printing facility. 

We will also be doing a poster preview session, whereby each participant has 2 minutes to talk about their poster.  We will be contacting all of you to provide the preview presentation before arrival on Okinawa to help us with the organisation of these events.   

Poster preview sessions and poster sessions will be held during the first week of the school.  We will divide the posters into two groups - one for Thursday and the other for Friday.