Participants 2023

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Florentin Adam, Centre for Quantum Technologies, Singapore
Observation of vacuum Rabi splitting in a lightweight stable near-concentric cavity

Sho Tamaki, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Two-dimensional optomechanical crystal for deterministic quantum memories

George Mihailescu, University College Dublin, Ireland
Temperature Estimation of Quantum Environments using Impurity Probes

Felix Lang, University of Kaiserslautern-Landau, Germany
Tunable diffusion properties of spin-polarized Fermi gases in time-dependent disorder

Julian Lyne, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
Purcell cavity cooling of quantum emitters

Kate Fenwick, University of Ottawa | National Research Council of Canada, Canada
Photonic quantum walk with ultrafast time-bin encoding

Laetitia Paula Bettmann, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Thermodynamics of a continuously monitored double quantum dot heat engine in the repeated interactions framework

Qingxin Gu, Shanghai University, China
Nonlinear properties of Non-Hermitian systems with Parity-Time symmetry

Gabriella Damas, Federal University of Goiás, Brazil
Quantum cooling with negative temperature

Molly Smith, University of Oxford, UK
Focussing of microwave-driven gate interactions for trapped ions

Victor Wei, McGill University | Institute for Quantum Computing, Canada
Quantum simulation for high energy physics and efficient tomography methods with neural networks and classical shadows

Stephan Roschinski, TU Wien Atominstitut, Austria
Towards coupling atomic tweezers to an optical cavity

Tomas Lamich, ICFO, Spain
Novel quantum correlations of light emitted by a single atom in free-space

Annesh Mukhopadhyay, Washington State University, USA
Josephson physics in a spin-orbit coupled Bose-Einstein condensate

Damian Włodzyński, Institute of Physics Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
New approach to a small Fermi-polaron system in a harmonic trap

Kazuma Takahashi, The University of Tokyo, Japan
High generation rates of Fock states for ultra-fast optical quantum computers

Yiran Tian, RIKEN, Japan
Improvement of cryogenic LC circuit for image-charge detection of surface electrons on helium as qubit

Lila Chergui, Lund University, Sweden
Superfluid-droplet crossover in a binary boson mixture on a ring: Exact diagonalization solutions for few-particle systems in one dimension

Jinghan Dong, University of Bristol, UK
High Gain Methane Sensor by Sensing Without Detection

Oriol Rubies Bigorda, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Collective dark states as photon memories and sources of non-classial light

Raphael Holzinger, University of Innsbruck, Austria
Controlled storage and read-out of multiple photons in waveguide QED

Anna Bychek, University of Innsbruck, Austria
A superradiant two-level laser with intrinsic light force generated gain

Kanad Sengupta, Indian Institute of Science, India
Universal quantum computation using single photon quantum walk.

Annika Belz, 5th Institute of Physics | University of Stuttgart, Germany
Quantum Optics with Hot Atoms in Integrated Vapor Cells

Geonhwi Hwang, Hokkaido University, Japan
Bulk-Edge Correspondence for Point-Gap Topological Phases in Junction Systems

Takeaki Miyamura, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Generation of shaped microwave photons using fixed-frequency superconducting qubits

Weronika Golletz, Jagiellonian University, Poland
N impenetrable particles bouncing on a mirror: discrete time crystals

Jamie Leppard, University of Oxford, UK
Enabling coherent operations in large registers of trapped ions containing multiple qubit types

Jonah Peter, Harvard University, USA
Emergent spin-orbit coupling through photon transport in chiral geometries

Erik Rydow, University of Oxford, UK
Universal non-equilibrium dynamics across the Berezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless critical point in 2D Bose gases

Ivan Pandero Muñoz, The Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain
Characterization of the photon emission statistics in nitrogen-vacancy centers

Seigo Kikura, The University of Tokyo, Japan
A single-photon source based on cavity quantum electrodynamics considering the re-excitation problem

Aito Tanaka, Institute for Molecular Science, Japan
Non-destructive state-selective imaging of cold Rubidium atoms with a compact and integrated laser system

Joe Yoshimoto, Keio University, Japan
Simplified tomography measurement of single photon entanglement via post-selection

Jasleen Kaur, Kyoto University, Japan
Effect of pump laser linewidth on nonlinear quantum interferometric fringes

Muriel Bonetto, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Thermometry in ion crystals

Annameng Ma, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Four-Photon Interference and Indistinguishability study for Quantum Metrology

Kanta Masuki, The university of Tokyo, Japan
Cavity Moiré Materials: Controlling Magnetic Frustration with Quantum Light-Matter Interactions

Dor Korn, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Quantum Router for QRAM

Niccolo Baldelli, ICFO, Spain
Frustrated extended Bose-Hubbard model and deconfined quantum critical points with optical lattices at the anti-magic wavelength

Takumi Suzuki, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Demonstration of all-optical quantum teleportation for ultrafast quantum computation

Jun Mochida, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Kondo Cloud in Ultrastrongly Coupled Caviy Quantum Electrodynamics

Tal Shahar Ohana, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Trapping 87Rb atoms close to microtoroid resonators for atom-mediated photonic cluster generation

William Georg Roth, University of Cambridge, UK
Towards a tin vacancy center coupled resonantly to an open Fabry-Perot style microcavity

Felipe Gómez-Lozada, National University of Colombia, Colombia *OIST Research Intern
Insulator phases of Bose-Fermi mixtures induced by next-neighbor interactions
between fermions

Aswathy Raj, OIST, Japan
Evanescent field mediated Rydberg interactions via an Optical nanofiber

Mohammed Zia Jalaludeen, OIST Japan
Interfacing single photon sources with low dimensional optical microresonators

Mohamed Boubakour, OIST, Japan
Interaction-enhanced quantum heat engine

Keerthy Menon, OIST, Japan
Pauli engine - unleashing a true quantum engine

Muhammad Hasan, OIST, Japan
STA techniques for quantum many body sytems

Chinmayee Mishra, OIST, Japan
Crystalline phases of laser-driven dipolar Bose-Einstein condensates

Shilong Li, OIST, Japan
Characterization and modeling of hollow bottle microresonators

Kritika Jain, OIST, Japan
Atoms interfaced with two optical nanofibers: a new tool for stable and flexible atomic traps 

Samuel Begumya, OIST, Japan
Creation and characterization of NV centers in diamond

He Wenbin, OIST, Japan
The gapped Lieb excitations and topological flat mode of spectral function of Tonks-Girardeau gas in Kronig-Penney potential

Zohreh Shahrabifarahani, OIST, Japan
Structured optical nanofiber-based waveguide

Sarika Sasidharan Nair, OIST, Japan
Emergent topological properties in Kronig -Penney type models

Hao Lyu, OIST, Japan
Thouless pumping and trapping of two-component gap solitons

Raul Hidalgo, OIST, Japan
Topological non-trivial properties of supersymmetric partners of the arbitrary finite Kronig Penney model

Serhan Aksu, OIST, Japan
The genesis of self-pinning transition

Alexey Vylegzhanin, OIST, Japan
Trapping Rydberg atoms near an optical nanofiber for waveguide QED experiments

Wenfang Li, OIST, Japan
Tailoring light-matter interaction using optical waveguide

Hoshu Hiyane, OIST, Japan
Excitation Spectrum of a Tonks-Girardeau gas trapped in a BEC