Gerard Pelegrí Andrés, Autonomous University of Barceloana, Spain
Edge-like states in optical ribbons via quantum interference

Warit Asavanant, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Research of generation of highly pure Schrodinger's cat states

Frédéric Assémat, Kastler–Brossel Laboratory, France
Engineering of non-classical states with Rydberg atoms and cavities

Matthew van Breugel, Macquarie University, Australia
Observation of room-temperature superradiance in nanodiamonds containing NV centres

Christine Cartwright, Queen's University Belfast, UK
Quantum behaviour in flat band lattices

Nitica Chandrakant Sakharwade, Perimeter Institute of Theoretical Physics, University of Waterloo, Canada
Constrained signalling games between Alice and Bob

Yue Sum Chin, Centre for Quantum Technologies, Singapore
Towards an efficient light-atom interface in free space

Ravikumar Chinnarasu, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
Electromagnetically-induced-transparency-based narrowband entangled photon generation using 2D Rb-87 magneto-optical trap

Anna Dawid, University of Warsaw, Poland
Non-resonant laser field control of magnetically tunable Feshbach resonances in quantum ultracold atomic gases

Katharina Echternkamp, University of Göttingen, Germany
Quantum coherent phase control of free electron beams via multi-field interactions

Zongping Gong, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Verification of the quantum non-equilibrium work relation in the presence of decoherence

Joël Griesmar, Collège de France, France
Spectroscopy of mesoscopic wystems with Josephson junctions

Jens  Grimmel, University of Tübingen, Germany
Measurements and numerical calculations of 87Rb Rydberg Stark maps

Shigeo Hakkaku, Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University, Japan
Non-Hermitian analysis of transient current

Simon Hannibal, University of Muenster, Germany
Confinement-induced effects on the Higgs mode of an ultracold Fermi gas after an interaction quench

Dariusz Kajtoch, Institute of Physics Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Spin squeezing in dipolar spinor condensates

Dany Lachance-Quirion, University of Sherbrooke, Canada
Observation of magnon number states in a superconducting qubit spectrum

Maria Maffei, University of Naples Federico II, Italy / The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Spain
Observation of a topological phase transition in a one-dimensional photonic quantum walk

Arindam Mallick, The Institute of Mathematical Sciences, India
Simulating high energy field theory using a low energy quantum systems

Yuri Minoguchi, Institute for Atomic and Subatomic Physics, Vienna, Austria
Violation of Leggett-Garg inequality as witness for quantum tunneling of macroscopic mechanical objects

Ivan Mirgorodskiy, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Nonlinear quantum optics mediated by Rydberg atoms

Konstantinos Mouloudakis, Univercity of Crete, Greece
The radical-pair mechanism as a paradigm for the emerging science of quantum biology

Florian Muehlbauer, Johannes Gutenberg-University of Mainz, Germany
Towards Dysprosium quantum gases

Ankita Niranjan, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Pune, India
EIT using multiple Rydberg states

Ayato Okada, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Quantum optomechanical system using surface acoustic waves

Ryo Okada, University of Yamanashi, Japan
Collective excitation transfer dynamics due to locally non-thermal phonon environment

Freja Pedersen, University of Copenhagen / Niels Bohr Institute, Denmark
Optical nanofibers for trapping and probing atomic ensembles

Diego  Paiva Pires, São Carlos Institute of Physics / University of São Paulo, Brazil
Generalized geometric quantum speed limits

Benjamin Rousseaux, University of Burgundy, France
Adiabatic passage mediated by plasmons: a route towards a decoherence-free quantum plasmonic platform

Carla Sanna, Van der Waals-Zeeman Institute, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Towards quantum simulation with ultracold atoms trapped in magnetic nanolattices

Hardy Schauffert, Technical University of Vienna/ Insitute for applied quantum physics, Austria
An optical nanofiber-based interface for single molecules

Maximilian Schemmer, Institut d'Optique Graduate School, France
New perspectives of an atom chip experiment and out-of-equilibrium dynamics of a one-dimensional quasi-Bose-Einstein-Condensate

Hiroaki Shiotsu, Kyoto University, Japan
Detecting SU(2) magnetism in an optical lattice

Camille Stavrakas, University of Cambridge, UK
Silicon-vacancy: a colourful defect of diamond as solid-state single-spin for quantum information

Masakazu Sugawara, Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University, Japan
Distribution of gold nanoparticles on a nanofiber

Naoto Takanashi, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Quantum Teleportation on a Chip

Takafumi Tomita, Kyoto University, Japan
Dissipative Bose-Hubbard system with ultracold atoms in an optical lattice

Nicola Wurz, University of Bonn, Germany
Equation of state of the two-dimensional Hubbard model

Tomoaki Yazaki, University of Yamanashi, Japan
Theoretical study on quantum dynamics and optical near-field interactions

Yuya Yonezu, Waseda University, Japan
Efficient coupling system between optical nanofiber and diamond nanowire

Xiaotong Yu, Shanghai University, China
Optimal shortcut to adiabatic state transfer in Landau-Zener-type systems

Patricia Vindel Zandbergen, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain
Local Control approach to single electron processes: Femto- or Atto?

Katharina Dorothee Zeuner, KTH Stockholm, Sweden
Design of new light sources for quantum optics at telecom wavelengths

Tiantian Zhang, Norwegian Science and Technology University, Norway
Measurement of LIAD of Rb by doppler saturation spectroscopy

Shan Zou, Northwest University, China
Dynamics of vortex lines in three-dimensional Bose-Einstein condensate

Krishna Priya Subramonian Rajasree, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Towards Rydberg Atoms Near Optical Nanofibre

Thomas Nieddu, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Atom-photon interface using the higher order modes of an ultrathin optical fiber

Ratnesh Kumar Gupta, OIST Graduete University, Japan
Towards: Characterising the light-matter interactions of Rb-85 vapor in a microbubble-type WGM resonator

James Schloss, OIST Graduate University, Japan
NOON states with optimal control

Mathias Mikkelsen, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Non-linear optomechanical coupling of a membrane to a cavity

Andreas Thomasen, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Coherent control of Bose Einstein condensates using STIRAP

Rashi Sachdeva, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Creating vortex rings in BECs in artificial magnetic field

Albert Benseny Cases, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Moving particles using tunnelling: spatial adiabatic passage

Angela White, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Solid body rotation of two-component Bose-Einstein condensates

Sho Kasumie, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Frequency comb generation at visible wavelengths in a silica microbubble resonator

Fuchuan Lei, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Tunable Yb-Er co-doped microbubble laser




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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 3 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 Wednesday and one for Friday.