Participants

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Sylvain de Leseleuc, Institute of Molecular Science, Japan
Observation of a symmetry-protected topological phase of interacting bosons with Rydberg atoms

Shimpei Endo, Tohoku University, Japan
Atom-trimer crossover in a three-component Fermi gas

Shunsuke Furukawa, Keio University, Japan
Fractional quantum Hall states with symmetry-enriched edge modes in multicomponent Bose gases

Pasquale Marra, Keio Univeristy, Japan
Topological Thouless pumps in incommensurate optical lattices

Kazuki Yamamoto, Kyoto University, Japan
Theory of non-Hermitian fermionic superfluidity with two-body loss in ultracold atoms

Abhijit Pendse, IISER Bhopal, India
Heat transport and entanglement in Bose-Einstein Condensates using Rydberg atoms

Jun Kobayashi, Kyoto University, Japan
Development of cavity-enhanced 3D optical lattice towards efficient production of ultracold molecules

Hong Yang, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Haldane Phase in Spin-1 Bose-Hubbard Model with Flat Band

Hideki Ozawa, RIKEN, Japan
Raman-Sideband Cooling in an Optical Triangular Lattice

Taiki Haga, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Anomalous phase fluctuations of a superfluid flowing in a random potential

Holly Alice Jess Middleton-Spencer, Newcastle University, UK
The effect of turbulence on expanding Bose-Einstein condensates

Cesar Cabrera, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany
A new Cesium quantum gas microscope

Naoto Mizukami, Kyoto University, Japan
Towards an experiment with a strongly interacting, large mass-imbalanced mixture

Kazuya Fujimoto, Nagoya University, Japan
Family-Vicsek scaling in a strongly interacting Bose gas

Yusuke Nishida, TokyoInstitute of Technology, Japan
Conformality, bulk viscosity, and contact correlation

Sean Mossman, Washington State University, USA
Supersolid-like states in spin-orbit coupled Bose-Einstein condensates

Shimpei Goto, Kindai University, Japan
Measurement-induced transitions in a dissipative Bose-Hubbard model

Yiping Chen, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Approaching the critical properties of an ideal Bose gas

Hideki Konishi, EPFL, Switzerland
Strongly-interacting Fermi gas strongly coupled to light

Masaya Nakagawa,  The University of Tokyo, Japan
Negative-temperature quantum magnetism in the dissipative Hubbard model

Koki Ono, Kyoto University, Japan
Quantum simulator with orbital degrees of freedom using ytterbium atoms in a state-dependent optical lattice

Soumi Dey, University of Hyderabad, India
Quantum Cluster Expansion for Quantum Gases in Box Geometries

Takamasa Kyotani,  Osaka City University, Japan
Toward Phase-Contrast Imaging of a dual BEC

André Becker, TU Kaiserslautern, Germany
Dirty Fermions

Veronica Ahufinger, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
Topology with ultracold atoms carrying orbital angular momentum in optical lattices

Daniel González Cuadra, ICFO, Spain
The Z2 Bose-Hubbard model: from symmetry breaking to symmetry protection

Toshihiko Shimasaki, University of California Santa Barbara, USA
Phasonic Spectroscopy of a Tunable Quantum Quasicrystal

Jordi Mompart, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
Ultracold atoms with orbital angular momentum for quantum sensing and quantum simulation

Angela White, The Australian National University, Australia
Counter-flowing toroidally trapped multi-component condensates and the onset of instability dynamics

Tyler Neely, University of Queensland, Australia
Spun-up and stirred BEC superfluids in uniform optical traps

Marija Sindik, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Quantum droplets and supersolidity in dipolar Bose condensates in the ring

Shuta Nakajima, Kyoto University, Japan
A compact laser cooling setup for ultracold lithium experiments

Shun Uchino, Waseda University, Japan
Mesoscopic transport in a superfluid point contact

Kohei Kato, Osaka City University, Japan
Dual BEC in a 2D-box potential

Daisuke Yamamoto, Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan
SU(N) Magnetism and Superconductivity in Multi-Color Fermi-Hubbard Systems

Daichi Okuno, Kyoto University, Japan
Developing a Programmable Quantum System Using Two-Electron Rydberg Atoms

Jordi Mur-Petit, University of Oxford, UK
Controlling and entangling polar molecules with magnetic and microwave fields

Masaya Kunimi, National Institutes of Natural Sciences, Japan
Calculations for Rényi entropy by using discrete

Seiji Sugawa, National Institutes of Natural Sciences, Japan
Observation of non-Abelian gauge field's Wilczek-Zee phase

Tetsuo Kishimoto, The University of Electro-Communications, Japan
Laser cooling of 87Rb atoms using 5S-6P transitions

Kosuke Shibata, Gakushuin Universiy, Japan
Development of a high-performance BEC spatial magnetometer toward the quantum enhanced measurement

Vandna Gokhroo, OIST, Japan
 

Tai Tran, OIST, Japan