Scientific program

The symposium covers modern topics within quantum optics by world-leading experts including: solid-state quantum optics, atomic physics, quantum optomechanics, and quantum-information processing.

Tuesday September 18

8.30-9.00            Registration

9.00-9.10             Welcome
9.10- 9.50            Ronald Hanson, Delft University of Technology
                           Quantum networks using spins and photons
9.50-10.30           Tracy Northup, Universtität Innsbruck
                            Title TBD

10.30-11.00         Coffee break

11.00-11.40         Tobias Kippenberg, EPFL – Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de                                Lausanne
                           Title TBD
11.40-12.00         Contributed talk 1
12.00-12.20         Contributed talk 2

12.20-13.30         Lunch

13.30-14.10         Amir Safavi-Naeini, Stanford University
                           Quantum control of nanophononic structures
14.10-14.50         Stephanie Wehner, Delft University of Technology
                           Towards a full network stack for a quantum internet
14.50-15.10         Contributed talk 3
15.10-15.30         Contributed talk 4

15.30-16.00         Coffee break

16.00-16.40         Jelena Vu?kovi?, Stanford University
                           Title TBC
16.40-17.20          Hugues de Riedmatten, ICFO Barcelona

17.30-                  Poster session and buffet


Wednesday September 19

9.00-9.40             Mikhail (Misha) Lukin: Harvard University
                           Title TBD
9.40-10.20           Richard Warburton: University of Basel
                           A charge-tunable quantum dot deep in the strong coupling regime                             of cavity QED

10.20-10.50         Coffee break

 10.50-11.30        Mete Atatüre: University of Cambridge
                           Title TBD
11.30-11.50         Contributed talk 5
11.50-12.10         Contributed talk 6

12.10                  Group Photo

12.20-13.30         Lunch

13.30-14.10         Klaus Mølmer: University of Aarhus
                           Title TBD
14.10-14.50         Florian Marquardt: Max Planck Institute for the Science of                                  Light
                           Neural networks discovering quantum feedback strategies
14.50-15.10         Contributed talk 7
15.10-15.30         Contributed talk 8

15.30-16.00         Coffee break

16.00-16.40         Eugene Polzik: University of Copenhagen
                           Quantum mechanics in the negative mass reference frame
16.40-17.20         Darrick Chang: ICFO, Barcelona
                           Quantum optics using atomic arrays
17.20-17.30         Closing remarks

17.30-                 Buffet and goodbye