*C for contributed talk, P for poster (P-1 for Monday Poster I, P-2 for Wednesday Poster II)

Rui Asaoka, Meiji University, Japan
Parameter optimization in photonic quantum gate assisted by cavity-QED system (P-1)

Jérémy Berroir, Laboratoire Kastler-Brossel - Sorbonne Université, France
Quantum optics with nanofibered-trapped atomic arrays in the evanescent field (P-1)

Jean-Baptiste Ceppe, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Experimental studies on modal coupling in rare-earth whispering gallery mode micro-lasers (P-1)

Sankar De, Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, India
Controlling the coherent phenomena in an N-type atomic system (C7)

Royce Dong, Washington University in St. Louis, USA
The angle-polished fiber coupler for optical resonators (P-1)

Cindy Liza Esporlas, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Light-matter interaction of Janus particles near ultrathin optical fibers (P-1)

Jesse Everett, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Quantum information processing with nanofiber-coupled atoms (P-1)

Fredrik Fatemi, Army Research Laboratory, USA
Progress toward observing non-Markovian effects in optical nanofibers (C2)

Gabriella Gardosi, Aston University, England
Slow-cooked SNAP resonators (P-1)

Vandna Gokhroo, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Electric quadrupole excitation in 87Rb using an ONF (P-1)

Ratnesh Kumar Gupta, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Orbital angular momentum distribution in degenerate four-wave mixing in rubidium vapor (P-1)

Yanik Herrmann, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Germany
Fiber cavity coupled silicon-vacancy center for a quantum repeater Node (P-2)

Xinxin Hu, University of Science and Technology of China, China
Doubly-resonant-cavity electromagnetically induced transparency (P-1)

Di Hu, Johannes Gutenberg-University/ Institute of Physics, Germany
Exploring long-distance atom transportation in hollow-core fibers (P-1)

Foroogh Jafari, Shahid Beheshti University, Iran
Diameter measurement of optical microfiber using modal evolution (P-1)

Muhammed Shafi K, University of Electro-Communications, Japan
Hybrid system of an optical nanofiber and a single quantum dot operated at cryogenic temperatures (P-1)

Kristoffer Karlsson, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Formation of Rydberg atoms near an optical nanofibre (P-1)

Shinya Kato, PRESTO, JST, Japan
Observation of dressed states in coupled-cavities quantum electrodynamics (P-1)

Fam Le Kien, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Torque of guided light on an atom near an optical nanofiber (C1)

Danil Kornovan, ITMO University, Russia
Optical properties of quantum emitters interacting with the modes of an optical nanofiber: a theoretical study (P-1)

Aashutosh Kumar, Universite Grenoble Alpes/ Institute Neel, CNRS, France
Optical manipulation of microparticles in air (P-1)

Charlotte E Law, ORC, University of Southampton, England
Towards single-nanofibre coupling of excitation and emission for large fluorescent molecules and nanocrystals (P-1)

Hyoung In Lee, Seoul National University, Research Institute of Mathematics, South Korea
How backward Poynting flows arise for surface plasmon waves with lossy metals (C6)

Fuchuan Lei, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Polarization control for optical nanofibers (C10)

Angzhen Li, Key Lab of In-fiber Integrated Optics, Harbin Engineering University, China
A Tm3+-doped ZBYA glass microsphere laser in the 2.0 μm wavelength region (P-1)

Danran Li, Nanjing University, China
Hybrid PMMA–silica microfiber coupler gas sensor (P-1)

Xiao-Fei Liu, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China
Chiral microresonator assisted by Rydberg-atom ensembles (P-1)

Maki Maeda, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Towards investigation of light-matter interactions of single quantum emitters using multimode ultrathin fibre cavity (P-1)

Aseel Mahmood, Ministry of Science and Technology/ Materials Research Directorate, Iraq
A multifunctional photonic crystal fiber optical sensor for air pollution and radiation dosimetry (P-1)

Signe Markussen, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Analysing the radial motion of nanofiber trapped atoms with Ramsey spectroscopy (C9)

Md Ashadi Md Johari, University of Malaya, Malaysia
Effect of size on single and double optical microbottle resonator humidity sensors (P-2)

Kali Prasanna Nayak, University of Electro-Communications, Japan
Trapping single atoms on a nanofiber cavity (P-2)

Jing Pan, Zhe Jiang University, China
Ultrasensitive hybrid optical skin (P-2)

Sofia Pazzagli, TU-Wien / Atominstitut, Austria
Coupling single molecules to high-Q nanofiber-based microresonator (C5)

Mihail Petrov, ITMO University, Russia
Transverse optical binding of nanoparticles near a nanofiber and related optomechanical effects (C13)

Omid Reza Ranjbar Naeini, Laser and Plasma Research Institute, Iran
The effect of acetone gas concentration on polymeric tapered optical fiber sensor (P-2)

Kristine Faith Roque, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Single protein trapping with plasmonic optical tweezers (P-2)

Priscila Romagnoli, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Structured nanofibre-based cavities by focussed ion beam milling (C15)

Marcel Salz, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Germany
Fiber cavity coupled silicon-vacancy center for a quantum repeater node (C8)

Andreas Schell, CEITEC / Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic
Single photon extraction from defects in hBN using a tapered fiber (C11)

Erwan Stourm, Universite Paris-Sud, France
Rydberg atom close to an optical nanofibre (P-2)

Krishnapriya Subramonian Rajasree, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Formation of Rydberg atoms near an optical nanofibre (C3)

Masakazu Sugawara, Tohoku University, Japan
Optical measurement for realizing a polarized single photon source by a gold nanorod-quantum dot coupled system (C14)

Ivan Toftul, ITMO University, Russia
Self-induced anisotropy of spherical nanoparticle near a nanofiber and related optomechanical effects (P-2)

Viet Giang Truong, OIST Graduate University, Japan
Optical forces induced on a particle in the evanescent fields of guided higher order ultrathin fibre modes (P-2)

Takeru Utsugi, Waseda University, Japan
Temporal shape and efficiency of single-photon generation based on cavity quantum electrodynamics (P-2)

Dashiell Vitullo, U. S. Army Research Laboratory, USA
Fine tuning of SNAP microresonators (C16)

Min Wang, Tsinghua University, China
Characterization of microresonator-geometry-deformation for cavity optomechanics (P-2)

Jonathan Ward, OIST Graduate University, Japan
"Point-and-play", fiber-based, optical nano-antenna for excitation of whispering gallery modes (C12)

Donald White, Waseda University, Japan
Cavity dark mode of distant coupled atom-cavity systems (P-2)

Yu Yin, Harbin Engineering University, China
Au nanoclusters functionlized microfibre coil resonator for temperature measurement (P-2)

Takaaki Yoshino, Tohoku University, Japan
Transportation of Liposomes in the evanescent field of an optical nanofiber (P-2)

Jibo Yu, Harbin Engineering University, China
I. Compound glass materials based microsphere lasers (C4)

Jibo Yu, Harbin Engineering University, China
II. Brillouin scattering optomechanical excitation of surface acoustic waves in high-Q chalcogenide microsphere (P-2)

Sajid Zaki, Aston University, England
Fabrication of SNAP resonators using beam shaping techniques (P-2)

Pengfei Zhang, Shanxi University, China
Nondestructive measurement of nanofiber diameters using a microfiber tip (P-2)