Presentation Materials

The presentation materials will be avairable untill March 20, 2019.

Invited Speakers

Beyond Colliders: the Search for >10TeV Particles using Cold Molecules
John Doyle    Harvard Univ. USA
Slides: Part 1, Part 2

Neutrino masses and flavor oscillations
Zhi-Zhong Xing    Beijing, Inst. High Energy Phys, China
Slides: 1, 2

Neutrino Oscillations – current status and future prospects –
Atsuko K. Ichikawa  Kyoto University, Japan

Recent developments and perspectives in physics of axions or axion-like-particles
Kiwoon Choi    IBS, Korea

Dark Matter Direct Detection: the state-of-the-art
Shingo Kazama   KMI, Nagoya University, Japan

Dark Matter and Structure Formation in the Universe
Kentaro Nagamine    Osaka U, Japan

Phase-controlled atom-field interaction: from superradiance to superabsorption
Kyungwon An    SNU, Korea

Experiments on Parity and Time Reversal Violations in Atoms and Molecules
Klaus Jungmann Univ. of Groningen, Netherlands

Optical lattice clocks toward 10^-19
Hidetoshi Katori    RIKEN, Japan

Interferometry with Bose-Einstein condensation on ground and in space-1
Ernst Rasel     University of Hannover, Germany

Some new results of fundamental-symmetry tests and ultralight dark-matter searches
Dmitry Budker     Helmholtz Institute, Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany and UC Berkeley, USA

X-ray pumping of the nuclear-clock isomer 229-Th
Takahiko Masuda   RIIS, Okayama University, Japan


Contribution Talks

Relativistic Quantum Chemical Calculations of Nuclear Electric Dipole Moments in Diamagnetic Molecules
Minori Abe, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan

Magneto-optical trapping of radioactive francium atoms: toward search for electron electric dipole moment
Ken-ichi Harada, Tohoku University, Japan

Recent Theoretical Developments on RENP
Koji Tsumura, Kyoto University, Japan

Rate amplification of the multi-photon process toward neutrino mass spectroscopy
Kei Imamura, Okayama University, Japan

Macro-coherence in erbium-doped YLF
Caterina Braggio, University of Padova and INFN, Italy

Particle detection by laser induced upconversion
Federico Chiossi, University of Padova and INFN, Italy

Probing TeV Physics with ThO: Order of Magnitude Improved Limit on the Electron Electric Dipole Moment
Cristian Panda, Harvard University, USA

129Xe/131Xe double-species spin maser for Xe-EDM search
Tomoya Sato (RIKEN Nishina Center for Accelerator-Based Science, Japan)

Extension of the single-ion optical clock to multi-ion systems
Kazuhiro Hayasaka (NICT, Japan)

The Roentgen-term and surprising effects in basic in atom-light interaction
Matthias Sonnleitner,  University of Innsbruck, Austria

Observation of a dynamical phase transition in the collective Heisenberg model
Ben Olsen, Yale-NUS College, Singapore

Experimental realization of a superfluid stripe phase in a spin-orbit coupled Bose-Einstein condensate via a lattice assisted coupling
Vandna Gokhroo (Washington State University, US)

A new precision era in fundamental physics with cold antihydrogen atoms
Makoto Fujiwara (TRIUMF, Canada)

Recent Progress towards Positronium Bose-Einstein Condensation
Kyohei Yamada (The University of Tokyo, Japan)