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Evangelia Bisketzi, University of Warwick, England
Quantum limits to the localisation of multiple point sources

Matheus Capela,  Federal University of Goiás, Brazil
Witnessing non-Markovianity beyond data processing inequalities

Paula Cespedes, Universidad Nacional de Cordoba, Argentina
On the description of composite bosons in discrete toy models

Prateek Chawla, The Institute of Mathematical Sciences, India
Discrete-time quantum walk algorithm for ranking nodes on a network

Cecilia  Chiaracane, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Quasiperiodic quantum heat engines with a mobility edge

Chang Hoong Chow, CQT, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Dynamic decoupling with single atoms for efficient light-atom interaction

Subrata Das, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India
Transfer of orbital angular momentum superposition from asymmetric Laguerre-Gaussian beam to Bose-Einstein Condensate

Takuya Furusawa, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Boson-Fermion duality in four dimensions

Filip Gampel, Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Scattering of quantum droplets

ChengYan Gao, Beijing Normal University, China
Complete hyperentangled Bell-state analysis for superdense coding with linear optics

Filippo Glerean, Università degli Studi di Trieste, Italy
Intra-pulse mode correlation investigation via frequency shaped optical homodyning

Piotr Grochowski, Center for Theoretical Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Fermionic quantum carpets

Martin Hayhurst, Appel University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Optical qantum control of quantum dot hole spins in nanobeam waveguides

Chung-Yun Hsieh,  ICFO, Spain
Entanglement preserving local thermalization

Jesper  Ilves, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Generation of a microwave time-bin qubit with a superconducting qubit

Akiya Iwamura, The University of Tokyo, RCAST, Japan
Electro-mechano-optical (EMO) transducers with photonic-crystal membranes

Daniel Jackson, University of Cambridge, England
Towards optically engineered quantum states of a nuclear ensemble in quantum dots

Shotaro Kano, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Quantum transducer using a surface acoustic wave resonator on a thin film lithium niobate

Hiroki Katayose, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Experimental simulation of entangled two-mode squeezed vacuum states in wave optics

Alexander Korsch, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany
Quantum tunneling dynamics between sub-bands of a two-dimensional electron gas and InAs quantum dots investigated by transconductance spectroscopy

Seid Koudia, University of Bejaia, Algeria
Discrimination of quantum processes in the presence of noise within a superposition of causal orders

Adam Koza, University of Warsaw, Poland
Quantum mixture of ultracold, polar and paramagnetic NaLi molecules and Na atoms

Alicia Magann, Princeton University, USA
Quantum tracking control of molecular orientation

Marta Marchese, Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland
Investigating collapse models with optomechanical systems

Luke Masters, TU Wien, Austria
Towards the realisation of an atom trap in the evanescent field of a WGM-microresonator

Kengo Matsuura, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Proof-of-principle experiment of QKD in a laboratory

Mikihisa Matsuyama, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Characterization of superconducting transition edge sensor for universal quantum computation

Chiara Mazzinghi, ICFO, Spain
Toward precision studies of SBEC quantum dynamics using non-destructive measurement

Hannah McAleese, Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland
How fat is your quantum cat?

Tomohiro Nakamura, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Manipulation of time-domain multiplexed cluster state

Léo Peyruchat, Collège de France, France
Spectroscopy of topological superconducting circuits

Tatiana Pislari, State University of Moldova, Moldova
Energy transfer of non - flammable radiators through linear excitation mechanism inside an optical cavity

Maria Popovic, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Quantum thermodynamics in non-Markovian settings using the TEMPO algorithm

Kasper Poulsen, Aarhus University, Denmark
Entanglement-enhanced quantum rectification

María Cristina Rodríguez, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina
Experimental study of the relation between many-body thermalization and localization by directly measuring out-of-time-ordered commutators

Peter Stromberger, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Germany
QUANTUS-2 - Ultra low expansion atomic source for matter wave interferometry in extended free fall

Shinichi Sunami, University of Oxford, England
Position and species selective mondestructive measurement of ultracold atoms

Asli Ugurlu, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Scalable fiber-coupled single-photon sources with epoxy polymer waveguides

Araceli Venegas-Gomez, University of Strathclyde, Scotland
Adiabatic preparation of magnetically ordered and entangled states with cold atoms in optical lattices

Taichi Yamashima, The University of Tokyo, Japan
A fully integrated optical circuit for quantum information processing

Yongzheng Ye, Zhejiang University, China
Study on homogeneous single-photon linewidth of colloidal quantum dots by photon-correlation

Jie Xing Zhao, Beijing Normal University, China
Hyperbolic meta-material using chiral molecules

Priscila Romagnoli, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Nanofibre-Based Optical Cavities Fabrication by Focussed Ion Beam

Krishna Priya Subramonian Rajasree, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Generation of cold Rydberg atoms at submicron distances from an optical nanofiber

Aikaterini Gratsea, OIST / University of Crete, Greece
Generation of hybrid entanglement in a one-dimensional quantum walk

Sahar Hejazi, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Chiral force of guided light

Tim Keller, OIST Graduate University, Japan
An Efficient nonlinear Feshbach engine

Friederike Metz, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Staggered Fluxes for Bose Hubbard model in two-leg ladder configuration

Lewis Ruks, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Self-structuring of atomic arrays around a 1-D waveguide

Chris Campbell, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Breaking Reflectionless Properties in Bright Matter Wave Systems

Houshu Hiyame, OIST Graduate University / Tokyo University of Science, Japan
Relaxation time approximation for condensed Bose gases

Leilee Chojnacki, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Topological states in a Finite Kronig-Penney model

Mathias Mikkelsen, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Static and dynamic phases of a Tonks-Girardeau gas in an optical lattice

Muhammad S. Hasan, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Impurities in Spin-Orbit Coupled Bose-Einstein Condensates

Theodoros Bouloumis, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Trapping Nanoparticles with Nearfield Plasmonic Tweezers