2023, Strasbourg (EGAS 54)

 

2023 Strasbourg (EGAS 54)

 

PLENARY SPEAKERS

 

Jacqueline Bloch
Kardar-Parisi-Zhang universal scaling in the coherence of polariton condensates

 

Simon L. Cornish
Full quantum control of ultracold polar molecules

 

Wolfgang Ketterle
New platforms for quantum science: ultracold molecules, and highly magnetic atoms

 

Julien Laurat
Quantum optics with cold atoms trapped along nanowaveguides

 

Markus Arndt
100 years after de Broglie: A bold hypothesis at the start of universal matter-wave Interferometry

 

Ilme Schlichting
Protein structure and dynamics using X-ray free-electron lasers –pitfalls

 

Mikhail Lukin
Exploring new scientific frontiers using programmable atom arrays

 

Tilman Pfau
A molecular bond between ions and Rydberg atoms

 

José R. Crespo López-Urrutia
Towards clocks at frequencies beyond the optical range

 

Peter Zoller
Exploring Large-Scale Entanglement in Quantum Simulation

 

 

INVITED SPEAKERS

 

Verònica Ahufinger
Topology in orbital bosonic systems

 

Sebastian Blatt
Quantum Technology, Quantum Simulations, and Precision Measurements with Ultracold Strontium

 

Anastasia Borschevsky
High accuracy predictions of properties of heavy atoms and molecules and evaluation of uncertainties

 

Hrvoje Buljan
Sub-symmetry protected topological states

 

Yvan Castin
Higgs excitation branch in Fermi superfluids

 

Tobias Donner
Engineering of many-body states in a driven-dissipative cavity QED system

 

Aleksandra Foltynowicz Matyba
Precision molecular spectroscopy using optical frequency combs

 

Thierry Lahaye
Quantum simulation of the dipolar XY model using Rydberg atom arrays

 

Anna Minguzzi
Ultracold atoms in ring traps: from fundamentals to atomtronics applications

 

Giovanna Morigi
Fractal ground state, spectral properties, and quantum dynamics of one-dimensional Wigner crystals in periodic potentials

 

Jolijn Onvlee
Towards cold and controlled reactive collisions

 

Jakob Reichel
Observing Spin-Squeezed States under Spin-Exchange Collisions for a Second

 

Jean-François Roch
Quantum diamond magnetometry at extreme pressures

 

Tobias Schätz
Optical Traps for Ions & Ultracold Atoms

 

LukᚠSlodička
Coherence of light from ensembles of many independent atoms

 

Thomas Udem
Challenging QED with atomic Hydrogen

 

Shannon Whitlock
From atoms and light to digital quantum computing