Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline [extended]:
    3 July 2015
  • Poster abstract submission deadline [extended]:
    18 August 2015
  • Online accommodation booking deadline:
    21 August 2015
  • Early registration deadline:
    4 August 2015
  • Registration deadline:
    25 August 2015


Poster programme

Dominant correlation effects in atomic spectra

Hubert Klar, Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Practical quantum optical metrology with a 7-fold enhancement

Paul Knott, University of Sussex, UK

Nonlinear evolution of Kinetic Alfvén wave in the presence of background fluctuations and turbulent spectrum

Anju Kumari, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India

Quantum electrodynamics near etched surfaces

Robert Bennett, University of Leeds, UK

First-principles prediction of the magnetic ordering and the superconducting state in rare earth iron pnictides

Abbaoui Said, University Djillali Liabés, Algeria

Quantum states in the multipole solution of the Maxwell’s equations for the free radiation field

Michele Marrocco, ENEA, Italy

Thermodynamic properties of NLTE hydrogen plasma: Role of pressure derivative of partition function

Gurpreet Singh, DAV College Bathinda, India

Solitary waves in plasma with pressure variations in both electrons and ions

Samiran Das, Central Institute of Technology Kokrajhar, India

High density sub-Doppler laser cooling of 40K using grey molasses on the D2-Line

Graham Bruce, University of St Andrews, UK

Towards rotation sensing with a Bose-Einstein condensate

Graham Bruce, University of St Andrews, UK

Progress towards a molecular fountain for measuring the electron's electric dipole moment

James Bumby, Imperial College London, UK

Weak mutually unbiased bases versus mutually unbiased bases in terms of t-designs

Mohamed Shalaby, Arab Academy for Science, Egypt

Many-body localisation in modular systems of quantum spin chains

Emil Khabiboulline, California Institute of Technology, United States

Towards a cold gas ring laser with coherent dispersion control

Balazs Megyeri, University of Birmingham, UK

Quantum simulation of a lattice gauge theory

Pedro Nevado Serrano, University of Sussex, UK

Magnetic field and density effects on the streaming instability in magnetized electron-positron plasmas

Young-Dae Jung, Hanyang University, Korea

An improved experiment to measure the electron electric dipole moment with ytterbium fluoride

Jack Devlin, Imperial College London, UK

Superfluid in rotating helical pipe

Alexey Okulov, Russian Academy of Sciencies, Russia

Quantum carburettor effect for photon number shifting

Jennifer Radtke, University of Strathclyde, UK

A portable magneto-optical trap for public engagement events

Philip Ireland, University of St Andrews, UK

Phase-engineered light patterns for ultracold atom experiments

David Bowman, University of St Andrews, UK

Talbot-enhanced maximum-contrast interferometry and coherence in Bose-Einstein condensates

Aidan Arnold, University of Strathclyde, UK

Creation of ultracold RbCs molecules in the rovibrational ground state

Avinash Kumar, Durham University, UK

A hybrid atom-photon-superconductor quantum interface

Jonathan Pritchard, University of Strathclyde, UK

Towards laser spectroscopy of trapped antihydrogen

Steven Jones, CERN, Switzerland

Quantum properties of light and matter in quantum optical lattices for ultracold atoms

Santiago Francisco Caballero Benitez, University of Oxford, UK

An AC MOT for atoms and molecules with complex level structures

Kyle Jarvis, Imperial College, UK

Ultracold collisions of highly magnetic Erbium isotopes: How much chaotic are they?

Jordi Mur-Petit, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, Spain

Measurement of K-shell X-ray production cross sections in Ti due to 0.3 – 0.7 MeV/u Si-28 and Cu-63 ions

Mandlenkosi Msimanga, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa

Toward a charged-wire storage ring for high-field-seeking Rydberg atoms

Alan Suganuma, University College London, UK

Single-shot, phase-insensitive readout of an atom interferometer

Andrew Mackellar, University of Strathclyde, UK

Towards the production of a quantum gas near a tapered optical nanofibre

Rhys Jenkins, Swansea University, UK

Towards ultracold CsYb molecules for quantum simulation

Stephen Hopkins, Durham University, UK

Security against jamming of ghost imaging

Wojciech Roga, University of Strathclyde, UK

Cavity cooling a single charged levitated nanosphere

Piergiacomo Zucconi Galli Fonseca, University College London, UK

The Zeeman-Sisyphus decelerator: A new time-independent slowing method for molecules

Moritz Hambach, Imperial College London, UK

Developing a next generation ultrafast electron microscope

Connor Barlow-Myers, Swansea University, UK

Rydberg spectroscopy and dressing in strontium with a high power, narrow linewidth UV laser

Elizabeth Bridge, Durham University, UK

Laser cooling of CaF molecules

Hannah Williams, Imperial College London, UK

Sensitivity improvement to the YbF electron electric dipole moment experiment

Isabel Rabey, Imperial College London, UK

Transporting and storing Rydberg atoms above electrical transmission-lines

Patrick Lancuba, University College London, UK

Adiabatic elimination of a qubit transducer from stochastic quantum dynamics. Quantum jumps monitoring in optomechanical system.

Denis Vasilyev, University of York, UK

Rydberg atoms in time-varying electric fields: sensing electrical noise and monitoring many-body interactions

Valentina Zhelyazkova, University College London, UK

Calculation of the exchange splitting of the interaction energy of H2+ based on the multipole expansion of the wave function

Piotr Gniewek, University of Warsaw, Poland

First principles study of the electronic and magnetic structure of intermetallic compounds

Ahmed Benidris, University Djillali Liabés, Algeria

Holography-based device for the study of the topological kondo effect in cold atom systems

Donatella Cassettari, University of St Andrews, UK

A co-trapped barium and ytterbium ion trap experiment for remote entanglement and hybrid quantum networks

James Siverns, University of Maryland, United States

Observation of localised multi-spatial-mode quadrature squeezing in four wave mixing

Joshua Hordell, University of Birmingham, UK

Observation of chiral edge states with neutral fermions in synthetic Hall ribbons

Marie Rider, University of Innsbruck, Austria

Towards a molecular MOT of YbF

James Almond, Imperial College London, UK

Quantum simulation of the two dimensional compass model with periodic driving fields

Samuel Fernández Lorenzo, University of Sussex, UK

Observing the average trajectories of particles in a double slit interferometer

Joel Morley, University College London, UK

Dielectric anomaly in H2O ice near 20 K; Evidence of macroscopic quantum phenomena

Fei Yen, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Dense and cold atomic beam delivered by a 2DMOT repumped and channelled by a Laguerre-Gaussian laser beam

Laurence Pruvost, Université Paris-Sud, France

An optical system for high-fidelity coherent quantum control of atomic systems

Joseph Thom, National Physical Laboratory, UK

Four wave mixing in CMOS compatible high order ring resonators

Luigi Di Lauro, University of Sussex, UK

Quantum key distribution protocol

Dragos Falie, Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania

Burst-mode operation of a 655GHz mode locked laser based on an 11th order microring resonator

Andrew Cooper, University of Sussex, UK

Towards strong coupling of single ions to an optical cavity

Ezra Kassa, University of Sussex, UK

Non-destructive state detection and identifiation of molecular ions

Amy Gardner, University of Sussex, UK

Terahertz waves for ancient manuscripts conservation

Luke Peters, University of Sussex, UK

Ion trap cavity QED - probabilistic ion entanglement for cluster state generation

Markus Vogt, University of Sussex, UK

Scalable cryogenic and microwave systems for the creation of high fidelity quantum gates

Anton Grounds, University of Sussex, UK

Design of a micro-sized ion trap for cavity-QED

Jack Morphew, University of Sussex, UK

Route to ultracold NaK groundstate molecules via the spin-orbit coupled d/D complex

Zhenkai Lu, Max-Planck Institute for Quantum Optics, Germany

Dressed potentials for ultracold alkali atoms: Theory and applications

German Sinuco-Leon, University of Sussex, UK

Tests of quantum Darwinism with the pseudomode method

Graeme Pleasance, University of Sussex, UK

Modifying the potential landscape of a Penning trap

Frances Crimin, University of Sussex, UK

Realisation of the geonium chip – a planar Penning trap

Jonathan Pinder, University of Sussex, UK

Future applications of the geonium chip

Jonathan Pinder, University of Sussex, UK

Quantum information processing using long-wavelength radiation

Joe Randall, University of Sussex, UK

Microfabricated ion traps for scalable quantum computation and simulation

Weikang Fan, University of Sussex, UK

Towards portable ion trap magnetometers

Ethan Potter, University of Sussex, UK

Theory for electrostatic rogue waves in multi-ion plasmas

Ibrahem El-Kamash, Queen's University Belfast, UK

Non-adiabatic losses from radio frequency dressed cold atom traps

Kathryn Burrows, University of Sussex, UK

A carbon nanotube mechanical oscillator coupled to a radio-frequency electrical resonator

Edward Laird, Oxford University, UK

The weak measurement process and the weak value of spin for metastable helium

Vincenzo Monachello, University College London, UK

NPL & University of Liverpool Interferometer

Jonathon Coleman, University of Liverpool, UK

Thermodynamic properties of NLTE hydrogen plasma: Role of pressure derivative of partition function

Gurpreet Singh, DAV College Bathinda, India

Sub-100 µm resolution imaging of dc and microwave magnetic fields using atomic vapour cells

Andrew Horsley, University of Basel, Switzerland