Programme


Please note that the programme is subject to change.

The event will start with registration for early arrivals at 16:00 on Tuesday 16 December. The main conferences sessions will start at 09:15 on Wednesday 17 December and close at 16:00 on Thursday 18 December.

Tuesday 16 December Wednesday 17 December Thursday 18 December
Poster Programme    
   
 

Poster programme

   
  P.01 Spin state quantum teleportation through a spin-orbit hybrid entangled channel
F Rojas, CNYN-UNAM, Mexico
  P.02 Quantum information processing in quantum memories
A Datta, University of Oxford, UK
  P.03 Entanglement distribution over large distances with multiphoton states
J Z Bernad, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
  P.04 Holographic generation of optical traps for ultracold atoms
D Cassettari, University of St Andrews, UK
  P.05 A solid-state spin-wave quantum memory for time-bin qubits
M Gündoğan, ICFO - The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Spain
  P.06 Benchmarks and resources for hybrid quantum communication
G Adesso, University of Nottingham, UK
  P.07 A quantum frequency converter for long-distance quantum networks
C M Natarajan, University of Glasgow, UK
  P.08 Strategies for quantum integrated light-matter interface
J Nute, University of Nottingham, UK
  P.09 Atom microtraps using near field diffraction from geometric apertures
K P Subramonian Rajasree, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University, Japan
  P.10 Hybrid systems of ions and electric-dipolar condensates
A Benseny, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University, Japan
  P.11 Fluorescent excitation of nanofiber higher order modes
T Nieddu, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University, Japan
  P.12 Autler-Townes splitting in cold Rb atoms at ultra-low power using an optical nanofibre
R Kumar, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University, Japan
  P.13 Robust quantum metrology
P Knott, University of Leeds, UK 
  P.14 Interactions of quantum dots with light in photonic crystal waveguides
B Lang, University of Bristol, UK
  P.15 Novel dressed potentials for ultracold atoms: ring-traps and self-trapping lattices
G Sinuco, University of Sussex, UK
  P.16 Observation of localized multi-spatial-mode quadrature squeezing in four-wave mixing
P Petrov, University of Birmingham, UK
  P.17 Dual-channel optical nonreciprocity of cold atomic lattices in move
C-L Cui, Jilin University, China
  P.18 Analysis of a LOQC CNOT gate with photons from an atom-cavity system
O Barter, University of Oxford, UK
  P.19 Transmission-line decelerators for atoms in high Rydberg states
P Lancuba, University College London, UK
  P.20 Minimal ancilla mediated quantum computation
T Proctor, University of Leeds, UK
  P.21 Towards hybrid cavity QED experiments with circular Rydberg atoms
V Zhelyazkova, University College London, UK 
  P.22 Generalised un-entanglement in many body systems
S Virmani, Brunel University London, UK
  P.23 Levitated optomechanics with a hybrid electro-optical trap
P Barker, University College London, UK
  P.24 Towards cavity enhanced light-matter interaction in silicon for optical readout of spin qubits
S Nur, University College London, UK 
  P.25 A theoretical description of hybrid Rydberg-atom-cavity systems
R Jirschik, University College London, UK
  P.26 Saturation nonlinearities of cavity-QED enhanced optical circular birefringence induced by a single quantum dot spin
C Hu, University of Bristol, UK
  P.27 Vibrationally enhanced quantum transport
C Myers, The University of Queensland, Australia
  P.28 Scattering light through optical cavities and cavity-fibre networks
A Beige, University of Leeds, UK
  P.29 Interfacing ultra-cold atoms and superconductors
H Hattermann, Universität Tübingen, Germany
  P.30 Towards microwave entanglement generation for quantum simulation and computing
J Randall, University of Sussex, UK
  P.31 Microfabricated ion traps for quantum information and simulation
J Randell, University of Sussex, UK
  P.32 Cryogenic ion trapping and technology development for quantum simulation, computing and hybrid systems
J Randell, University of Sussex, UK
  P.33 Interfacing superconducting qubits and single optical photons
S Blum, Saarland University, Germany
   
   

Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline (poster only):
    Extended to 31 October 2014
  • Early registration deadline:
    18 November 2014
  • Registration deadline:
    9 December 2014

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