Lei Xiao, Southeast University, China

Observation of topological edge states in parity-time-symmetric quantum walks

Frederico Borges de Brito, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

Quantum work by a single photon

Ganesh Patil, SNJB's Arts, Commerce & Science College, Chandwad, India

Collective excitation of two individual atoms in the Rydberg blockade regime

Marlon Esteban  Brenes Navarro, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Towards controlling energy and particle transport with an impurity in an interacting system

Muhammad  Waseem, The university of Electro-Communication, Japan

Resonant p-wave Fermi gas in three and two dimensions

Diego  Wisniacki, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina

Quantum Optimal Control: Landscape Structure and Topology

Jesper  Levinsen, Monash University, Australian

Universality of an impurity in a Bose-Einstein condensate

Michal  Hajdusek, Centre for Quantum Technologies, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Squeezing-induced frequency entrainment of quantum nonlinear oscillators

Yashwant  Chougale, Institution Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Pune, India

Coherent quantum dynamics of Rydberg atoms in different lattice geometries

Johannes  Borregaard, QMATH, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Nonlocal Interferometry with Quantum Networks

Mikio  Nakahara, Shanghai University, China

Creation of knots in Bose-Einstein condensates by counterdiabatic quantum control

Giacomo  Bighin, Institute of Science and Technology Austria, Austria

A Diagrammatic Monte Carlo study of a composite, rotating impurity

Shimpei  Goto, Kindai University, Japan

Cooling schemes for two-component fermions in bilayer optical lattices

Daeho  Yang, Seoul National University, Korea

Experimental realization of superabsorption as time-reversed superradiance

Tomas  Ramos, Institute for Fundamental Physics, Spanish Research Council (IFF-CSIC), Spain

New Spectroscopic Methods in Quantum Photonics: Accessing Multiphoton Processes and Correlated Noise

Francesco  Cosco, Institution University of Turku, Finland

Bose-Hubbard lattice as controllable environment for open quantum systems

Supriyo  Ghosh, Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Inidia

Entanglement dynamics following a sudden quench

Pere  Mujal, University of Barcelona, Spain

Quantum correlations and degeneracy of identical bosons in a 2D harmonic trap

Milan  Radonjić, Technical University of Kaiserslautern, Germany

Interplay of Coherent and Dissipative Dynamics in Condensates of Light

Katrin  Kroeger, ETH Zurich, Institute for Quantum Electronics, Switzerland

Magnetic Long-Range Interactions between Ultracold Bosons in a High-Finesse Optical Cavity

Pau Gómez Kabelka, ICFO, Spain

A spinor BEC co-magnetometer for studies of magnetic symmetry breaking

Rafael  Barfknecht, Aarhus University, Denmark

Dynamical effects in two-component strongly interacting 1D systems

Dong-Ni  Chen, Institution Institute of Theoretical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Entanglement Optimization of STIRAP-based state transfer system under dissipation in solid state systems

Yusuke Hama, National Institute of Informatics, Japan

Negative-Temperature State Relaxation and Reservoir-Assisted Quantum Entanglement in Double Spin Domain Systems

Nathan  Shammah, CEMS, RIKEN, Japan

PIQS - Open-source software for open quantum system simulations

Giulia  De Rosi, Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Spain

Collective oscillations of a trapped atomic gas in low dimensions & thermodynamics of one-dimensional Bose gas

Jonas  Junker, University of Hannover, Germany

High-precision metrology with high-frequency non-classical light sources

Maren  Mossman, Institution Washington State University, Pullman, US

Turbulence-induced viscous dissipation in a quantum mechanical piston shock

Javier  Arguello-Luengo, Max-Planck-Institut für Quantenoptik, Germany

Analogical simulation of few fermonic systems

Ni Yao, ZheJiang University, China

Highly efficient room-temperature single-photon detectors at telecom wavelength range

Dorian  Gangloff, University of Cambridge, UK

Improving a solid-state qubit through an engineered mesoscopic environment

Juan  Polo Gomez, Grenoble Alpes University, CNRS, LPMMC, France

Damping of Josephson oscillations in strongly correlated one-dimensional atomic gases

Stefan  Osterman, Univeristy of Innsbruck, Austria

Emergent Skyrmions in a two-component Bose-Einstein condensate in a ring cavity

Yuval  Sanders, Macquarie University, Australia

Data-efficient characterisation of deleterious two-level systems in superconducting qubits

Elham  Hosseini Lapasar, University of Guilan, Iran

Markovian and Non-Markovian

Deshui Yu, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Quantum Hybridization between Superconducting Circuits and Atoms

Carmine  Napoli, University of Nottingham, UK

Towards quantum super-resolution in estimating angular and axial separations

Joanna Zielinska, Institute of Photonics Sciences, Spain

Atom-resonant squeezed light from a tunable doubly-resonant monolithic ppRKTP parametric amplifier

Xi Chen, Shanghai University, China

Fast and robust manipulation of BEC by using shortcuts to adiabaticity

Uwe R. Fischer, Seoul National University, Korea

Experimental Quantum Cosmology: Probing the Inflationary Scale Invariance in Ultracold Dipolar Gases

The Knill-Laflamme condition is sufficient for the autonomous protection of logical qudits by strong engineered dissipation

Jingjun Zhu, Shaghai  University, China


David Edward  Bruschi, University of York, UK / University of Vienna, Austria

“Mechano-optics”: Role-reversal in optomechanical quantum simulators

Ravikumar  Chinnarasu,  National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan

Narrowband Time-Energy Entangled-Photon Generation using cold atoms

Terence  Blesin, Keio University, Japan

Broadband homodyne detection of quantum states of light

Erwan Stourm, Université Paris-Sud, France


Bijita Sarma, IIT Guwahati, India