Participants and titles of the talks

Expected Speakers

  • Dr Marc Cheneau (group Bloch):
    "Probing Strongly Correlated Many-Body Systems at the Single-Atom Level"
  • S. Glaser and R. Marx:
    "Optimal Control of Spin Dynamics with Applications to Untying Knots by NMR"
  • D. Gross:
    "Quantum Marginals"
  • F. Jelezko:
    "Colour Centres in Diamond as Local Field Centres"
  • M. Mirrahimi:
  • T. Osborne:
    "Quantum Fields, Continuous Matrix-Product States, and Cavity QED"
  • JM. Raimond:
  • J. Schmiedmayer:
    "Non-Equilibrium Quantum Dynamics and Pre-Thermalization"
  • N. Schuch:
    "Symmetry Protection of One-Dimensional Phases"
  • B. Terhal:
    "Adiabatic Quantum Computation and Stochastic Hamiltonians"
  • G. Toth:
    "Optimal Spin Squeezing Inequalities for Arbitrary Spin"
  • M. Wolf:
  • J. Wrachtrup:
    "Entanglement Dynamics in Small Spin Clusters"
  • Dr Sebastian Diehl (group Zoller):
    "Quantum States, Phase Transitions, and Topology in Open Many-Body Quantum Systems"

Further Guests apart from QCCC

  • Dr Ville Bergholm
  • Dr Gunther Dirr
  • Christian Gogolin
  • Michael-James Kastoryano
  • Dr Nikolai Kiesel
  • Daniel Lercher
  • Dr David Reeb
  • Volkher Scholz
  • Oleg Szehr
  • Dr Robert Zeier

The QCCC People

  • Julian Hofmann
    "Entangling two atoms"
  • Corey O'Meara
    (Technische Universität München)
    "Illustrating the Geometry of Coherently Controlled Unital + Non-Unital Quantum Channels"
  • Christine Muschik
    (Max-Planck-Institute for Quantum Optics):
    "Entanglement by Dissipation"
  • Sebastian Nauerth
  • Fernando Pastawski
    (Max-Planck-Institute for Quantum Optics)
    "Prepare and Measure Quantum Memories: Implementations and Applications"
  • Anika Pflanzer
    (Max-Planck-Institute for Quantum Optics)
    "Optomechanics with levitating dielectrics: Preparing large quantum superpositions"
  • Christian Sames
    (Max-Planck-Institute for Quantum Optics)
    "Revealing the motional and internal dynamics of a cavity-QED system"
  • Thomas Schulte-Herbrüggen
    (Technische Universität München)
  • Christian Schwemmer
    (Max-Planck-Institute for Quantum Optics)
    "Permutationally Invariant Tomography of Dicke States"
  • Konrad Waldherr
    (Technische Universität München)