International Workshop on Hybrid Quantum Systems


2019年1月8日 (火) 9:30




The recent developments in quantum science and technology now allow us to control systems at the quantum level, and we have began to see the quantum world in ways we have never imagine before.  In this workshop, co-organized by KAKENHI program "Science of Hybrid Quantum Systems" in Scientific Research on Innovative Areas (新学術領域, Shin-Gakujutsu-Ryouiki), international experts on various hybrid quantum systems will gather to discuss the recent developments as well as future perspectives. 

This workshop is OPEN FOR ALL OISTERS



9:30 Yoshiro Hirayama (Tohoku University)
- Opening

9:40 Mika A. Sillanpää (Aalto University, invited)
- Superconductor-microwave optomechanics

10:20 Peter Burns (University of Colorado Boulder, invited)
- Harnessing electro-optic correlations to improve an efficient mechanical converter


11:00 Coffee break


11:30 Takashi Yamamoto (Osaka University, invited)
- Quantum network with photons and diverse media

12:00 Jason Ball (OIST, invited)

- Towards a quantum transducer with spins in diamond

12:30 Keiji Ono (RIKEN, invited)
- Quantum interference of energy-modulated spin qubit


13:00 Lunch Break


14:00 Katsushi Hashimoto (Tohoku University, invited)
- Scanning gate imaging of quantum Hall systems and its extension to nuclear resonance microscopy

14:30 Fabian Pauly (OIST, invited)
- Charge and heat transport through single-atom and single-molecule junctions

15:00 Kazuhiko Hirakawa (The University of Tokyo, invited)

- Terahertz dynamics of single molecules and atoms studied by using nanogap electrodes


15:30 Coffee Break


16:00 Takao Aoki (Waseda University, invited)
- Cavity quantum electrodynamics with optical nanofibers and trapped atoms

16:30 Tridib Ray (OIST, invited)
- Evanescent wave multi-photon excitation of cold atoms

17:00 Denis Konstantinov (OIST, invited)
- Rydberg states of electrons floating above liquid helium

18:00 - 20:00 Poster + Dinner

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