Participants

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Ilya Antonov, Royal Holloway University of London, England
Coherent emission of a continuously driven three-level artficial atom

Christian Baals, Technische Universität Kaiserslautern, Germany
Non-equilibrium dynamics of interacting Bosons in an optical lattice

Clarissa Barratt, Newcastle University, England
Phase averaging in hot-electron quantum optics (HEQO)

Martin Blaha, Technische Universität Wien, Austria
Towards chiral cavity quantum electrodynamics with ensembles of atoms around an optical nanofiber

Filippo Borselli, TU Wien / Atominstitut, Austria
Towards the generation of pairs of entangled atoms

Yu Han Chang, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan
Dispersive shift introduced by dressed states of a superconducting artificial atom and cavity photons

Baramee Charoensombutamon, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Two-dimensional topology cluster state for multi-input multi-output one-way quantum computation

Eloisa Cuestas, FaMAF National University of Cordoba and National Investigation Council, Argentina
Composite-boson approach to ultracold interacting Fermi gases

Bandita Das, University of Hyderabad, India
Temperature dependence on particle scattering by quantum scatterers in trap geometries

Donny Dwiputra, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia
Driving the dephasing assisted quantum transport

Susanne Eppler, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen / Physikalisches Institut, Germany
Sensitive single atom detector for ultracold 87Rb and 6Li

Akihiro Fujiwara, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Improving the quality factor of small SAW resonators by controlling the propagating velocity

Fernando Gomez-Ruiz, Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia / University of Massachusetts Boston, USA
Universal dynamics of inhomogeneous quantum phase transitions: suppressing defect formation

Zhiqian Gui, Shanghai University, China
Dynamics of Bose-Einstein condensates in two-leg ladders with artificial magnetic field

Jonas Gutsche, Technische Universität Kaiserslautern, Germany
Remote probing of nitrogen vacancy centers in three dimensional polymer waveguide structures

Satoya Imai, Mie University, Japan
Role of entanglement on vortex dynamics in the hydrodynamic representation of quantum mechanics

Haruki Kato, Nagoya University, Japan
Ferromagnetic Josephson junctions toward high-coherence superconducting quantum bits

Filip Kiałka, University of Duisburg-Essen / University of Vienna, Austria
Mass and complexity limits of free-flight molecular interference

Wyatt Kirkby, McMaster University, Canada
Vortices and the fine structure of quantum light cones

Shunya Konno, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Dynamic squeezing gate realized by digital feedforward circuit

Danil Kornovan, ITMO, Russia
Non-reciprocal quantum transport in a 1D atomic chain and temporal dynamics of a single atom with multiple excited states

Wei Li, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz / Institute of Physics, Germany
Rydberg excitations of cold atoms inside a hollow-core fiber

Keyan Liu, Shanghai University, China
Spin-orbit-coupled Bose-Einstein condensates in a toroidal trap

Bradley Longstaff, Imperial College London, England
Lindblad Dynamics of Quantum Walkers in Optical Lattices

Grigorios Magkos, University of Crete, Greece
Quantum biometrics based on retinal photon detection

Agustina Gabriela Magnoni, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Synchronized photon source in the telecom range using a time multiplexing strategy

Alexander Vivian Hugh McPhail, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Bose-Einstein condensates in arbitrary 2D potentials

Benjamin Morris, University of Nottingham, England
Quantum coherence fluctuation relations

Zakaria Mzaouali, Mohammed V University, Morocco
Long range quantum coherence, quantum and classical correlations in Heisenberg XY spin model

Koki Ono, Kyoto University, Japan
Measurement of interorbital spin-exchange interaction of ytterbium atoms

Soham Pal, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Pune, India
Temporal order in periodically driven spins in star-shaped clusters

Birthe Papendell, Universität Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Orientational quantum revivals of nanoscale rotors

Fabian Pokorny, Stockholm University, Sweden
Coherent effects and interaction of microwave-dressed trapped Rydberg ions

Akhil Pratap Singh, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Integration of superconducting qubits in 2-dimensional architecture

Aparna Sreedharan, IISER Bhopal, India
The quantum-to-classical transition with Bose-Einstein condensate solitons

Yoshiki Sunada, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Measurement of group velocity dispersion of silicon nitride ring resonators toward photon-pair generation

Yutaka Takeda, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Quantum routers realizing quantum approximate optimization on complete graphs

Pierre Vidil, Tohoku University, Japan
Two-qubit arbitrary-strength measurement using a hyperentangled photon source

Siwei Wang, Shanghai University, China
Fast soliton compression in nonlinear fiber via shortcuts to adiabaticity

Zhikang Wang, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Neural networks applied in games

Stephen Wein, Institute for Quantum Science and Technology at the University of Calgary, Canada
Coherent quantum phenomena at room temperature: towards developing a global quantum network

Pablo Enrique Yanes Thomas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico
Optomechanical cooling with time dependent parameters

Iulia Zotova, RIKEN/ Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Japan
Investigation of a microwave beam splitter for quantum experiments

 

Ivan Toftul, ITMO University, Russia/ OIST Graduate University, Japan
Self-trapping of submicron particles near a nanofiber

Matthew Edmonds, OIST Graduate University, Japan
A Mobile Soliton-Impurity System in an Attractive Binary Quantum Gas
Noise-Free Generation of Bright Matter-Wave Solitons

Ayaka Usui, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Quench dynamics in a two-particle system with a synthetic spin-orbit coupling

Friederike Metz, OIST Graudate University, Japan
Two-leg ladder Bose Hubbard model with staggered fluxes