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Q: Fachverband Quantenoptik und Photonik

Q 35: Poster 2

Mittwoch, 14. März 2012, 16:30–19:00, Poster.I+II

16:30 Q 35.1 Propagation effects of pulsed Rydberg excitations in thermal vapor — •Fabian Ripka, Robert Löw, and Tilman Pfau
16:30 Q 35.2 Experimental quantum measurement reversal using quantum error correctionPhilipp Schindler, Julio Barreiro, •Daniel Nigg, Michael Chwalla, and Rainer Blatt
16:30 Q 35.3 Extension of Landau-Khalatnikov Two-Fluid Model for Anisotropic Quantum Gases — •Carolin Wille and Axel Pelster
16:30 Q 35.4 Long-distance entanglement between two defects embedded in a linear chain of ions — •Endre Kajari, Thomas Fogarty, Bruno Taketani, Alexander Wolf, Thomas Busch, and Giovanna Morigi
16:30 Q 35.5 Fractional photon-assisted tunnelling of ultra-cold atomsMartin Esmann, Jonathan D. Pritchard, Niklas Teichmann, and •Christoph Weiss
16:30 Q 35.6 Dynamics of Atoms in a Hamiltonian Quantum Ratchet — •Martin Leder, Tobias Burgermeister, Tobias Salger, Sebastian Kling, Christopher Grossert, and Martin Weitz
16:30 Q 35.7 Quasi-particle Theory of strongly correlated Lattice Bosons - Application to the Bose-Hubbard Model — •Michael Buchhold, Ulf Bissbort, and Walter Hofstetter
16:30 Q 35.8 Perfect conducting channel in two-dimensional random lattices with XY-disorder and engineered hopping amplitudes — •Alberto Rodriguez, Arunava Chakrabarti, and Rudolf A. Römer
16:30 Q 35.9 Orbital Physics with Ultracold Atoms in Higher Bands of an Optical Lattice — •Thorge Kock, Matthias Ölschläger, Georg Wirth, and Andreas Hemmerich
16:30 Q 35.10 Renormalization of Hubbard models for optical lattices — •Ole Jürgensen, Dirk-Sören Lühmann, and Klaus Sengstock
16:30 Q 35.11 Quantum magnetism of bosons in hexagonal optical lattices — •Eva-Maria Richter, Dirk-Sören Lühmann, and Daniela Pfannkuche
16:30 Q 35.12 An optical lattice of tunable topology for ultracold fermions — •Thomas Uehlinger, Leticia Tarruell, Daniel Greif, Gregor Jotzu, and Tilman Esslinger
16:30 Q 35.13 Dynamics of bosons with tunable interactions in optical lattices — •Jens Philipp Ronzheimer, Simon Braun, Michael Schreiber, Sean Hodgman, Tim Rom, Ulrich Schneider, and Immanuel Bloch
16:30 Q 35.14 Shaking Optical Lattices: From Frustrated Magnetism to Synthetic Gauge Fields — •Christoph Ölschläger, Julian Struck, Malte Weinberg, Juliette Simonet, André Eckardt, Patrick Windpassinger, and Klaus Sengstock
16:30 Q 35.15 Equilibration versus thermalization in the Bose- and Fermi-Hubbard model — •Friedemann Queisser, Patrick Navez, Konstantin Krutitsky, and Ralf Schützhold
16:30 Q 35.16 Exploring cavity-mediated long-range interactions in a dilute quantum gas — •Rafael Mottl, Kristian Baumann, Renate Landig, Ferdinand Brennecke, Tobias Donner, and Tilman Esslinger
16:30 Q 35.17 An experiment for the study of artificial gauge fields with ultracold ytterbium atoms — •Matthias Scholl, Alexandre Dareau, Daniel Döring, Jérôme Beugnon, Jean Dalibard, and Fabrice Gerbier
16:30 Q 35.18 Position-dependent spin-orbit coupling for ultracold atoms — •Simonas Grubinskas, Ian Spielman, and Gediminas Juzeliunas
16:30 Q 35.19 2D discrete quantum simulators — •Stefan Brakhane, Anna Hambitzer, Andrea Alberti, Wolfgang Alt, and Dieter Meschede
16:30 Q 35.20 Optimization of Imaging Systems for Cold Quantum Gases — •Cristina Gherasim and Reinhold Walser
16:30 Q 35.21 Fast Feedback on a Single Neutral Atom — •Christian Sames, Markus Koch, Haytham Chibani, Tatjana Wilk, and Gerhard Rempe
16:30 Q 35.22 Feedback control of atomic spin states in an optical cavity — •Miguel Martinez-Dorantes, Stefan Brakhane, Wolfgang Alt, Tobias Kampschulte, Rene Reimann, Artur Widera, and Dieter Meschede
16:30 Q 35.23 Towards coherent interaction between single neutral atoms and a BEC — •Michael Bauer, Shrabana Chakrabarti, Philipp Franzreb, Benjamin Gänger, Farina Kindermann, Nicolas Spethmann, and Artur Widera
16:30 Q 35.24 Trion and Dimer Formation of three Fermions in an optical lattice — •Jan Pohlmann, Antonio Privitera, Irakli Titvinidze, and Walter Hofstetter
16:30 Q 35.25 Towards Photons storage in a small atomic ensemble — •Sutapa Ghosh, Miguel Martinez-Dorantes, Jose Gallego, Natalie Thau, Seokchan Yoon, Marcel Spurny, Wolfgang Alt, and Dieter Meschede
16:30 Q 35.26 Cold-Atom Scanning Probe Microscopy of Carbon Nanotubes — •P. Federsel, P. Schneeweiß, M. Gierling, S. Bell, T.E. Judd, A. Günther, and J. Fortágh
16:30 Q 35.27 From Anderson to Anomalous Localization in Cold Atomic Gases with Effective Spin-Orbit Coupling — •Johannes Otterbach, Matthew J. Edmonds, Mikhail Titov, Patrick Öhberg, Razmik G. Unanyan, and Michael Fleischhauer
16:30 Q 35.28 Ion crystals in multipole traps — •Florian Cartarius, Cecilia Cormick, and Giovanna Morigi
16:30 Q 35.29 Collective photon interaction with three-level Rydberg gases — •Fabio Cinti and Thomas Pohl
16:30 Q 35.30 Electromagnetically induced transparency in cold Rydberg Gases — •Sevilay Sevinçli, Nils Henkel, Cenap Ates, and Thomas Pohl
16:30 Q 35.31 Introduction to the Lie-Semigroup Picture of Markovian Open Quantum Systems — •Corey O’Meara, Gunther Dirr, and Thomas Schulte-Herbrüggen
16:30 Q 35.32 A universal integrator for sparse qubit Hamiltonians:
Probing Adiabatic Quantum Computation for an NP-hard problem
— •Michael Hofmann, Gernot Schaller, and Tobias Brandes
16:30 Q 35.33 Designing Ideal Hamiltonian Interactions on Networks of Qudits by Dynamical Recoupling — •Holger Frydrych and Gernot Alber
16:30 Q 35.34 Bounding Ground State Energies From Below — •Tillmann Baumgratz and Martin B. Plenio
16:30 Q 35.35 The Problem of Compatibility in Experimental Tests of Quantum Contextuality — •Jochen Szangolies, Matthias Kleinmann, and Otfried Gühne
16:30 Q 35.36 Optimized witnesses for Dicke- and W-states — •Marcel Bergmann, Bastian Jungnitsch, and Otfried Gühne
16:30 Q 35.37 Pointer State Optimization — •Raoul Heese and Matthias Freyberger
16:30 Q 35.38 Postselection in simultaneous and weak measurements — •Joachim Fischbach and Matthias Freyberger
16:30 Q 35.39 Entanglement of motion with optimal control — •Thomas Stefan Häberle and Matthias Freyberger
16:30 Q 35.40 Generation of squeezing in higher-order spatial modes with a spatial light modulator — •Marion Semmler, Christian Gabriel, Peter Banzer, Andrea Aiello, Christoph Marquardt, and Gerd Leuchs
16:30 Q 35.41 Lower Bounds on a Genuine Multipartite Entanglement Measure — •Junyi Wu, Marcus Huber, Hermann Kampermann, and Dagmar Bruss
16:30 Q 35.42 Comparison of methods for quantum state tomography — •Phuc Thanh Luu, Hermann Kampermann, and Dagmar Bruss
16:30 Q 35.43 Efficient and long-lived quantum memory with cold atoms inside a ring cavityXiao-Hui Bao, •Andreas Reingruber, Peter Dietrich, Jun Rui, Alexander Dück, Thorsten Strassel, Bo Zhao, and Jian-Wei Pan
16:30 Q 35.44 Progress in Operating 2 Dimensional Arrays of Adressable Ion Traps — •Muir Kumph, Michael Brownnutt, and Rainer Blatt
16:30 Q 35.45 Interfacing Ions with Nanofibres — •Benjamin Ames, Michael Brownnutt, Jan Petersen, Arno Rauschenbeutel, and Rainer Blatt
16:30 Q 35.46 Ultralong coherence times of single electron — •Alexander Gerstmayr, Kay Jahnke, and Rainer Pfeiffer
16:30 Q 35.47 Reconfigurable addressing and efficient single-atom loading in 2D dipole trap arraysMalte Schlosser, Sascha Tichelmann, •Moritz Hambach, and Gerhard Birkl
16:30 Q 35.48 Synchronization and coherent transport of atomic qubits for quantum information processing — •Sascha Tichelmann, Malte Schlosser, Moritz Hambach, Felix Schmaltz, and Gerhard Birkl
16:30 Q 35.49 Two photon interference for quantum networking between independent atom-cavity systems — •Andreas Neuzner, Christian Nölleke, Carolin Hahn, Andreas Reiserer, Eden Figueroa, Stephan Ritter, and Gerhard Rempe
16:30 Q 35.50 Coherent Rydberg Excitation in Thermal Vapor Cells — •Bernhard Huber, Thomas Baluktsian, Andreas Kölle, Georg Epple, Harald Kübler, Robert Löw, and Tilman Pfau
16:30 Q 35.51 Advancements in the fabrication of high finesse fibre Fabry-Pérot cavities — •Leander Hohmann, Natalie Thau, Christian Deutsch, Jérôme Estève, and Jakob Reichel
16:30 Q 35.52 Magnetfeldgradienten in planare Ionenfallen zur Simulation von Spinmodellen — •Amado Bautista-Salvador, Niels Kurz, Jens Welzel und Ferdinand Schmidt-Kaler
16:30 Q 35.53 Fast and Coherent Manipulation of Trapped Ion Qubits — •Samuel T. Dawkins, Konstantin Ott, Andreas Walther, Alex Wiens, Ulrich Poschinger, Kilian Singer, and Ferdinand Schmidt-Kaler
16:30 Q 35.54 Towards quantum simulations in a triangular surface trap — •Miriam Bujak, Manuel Mielenz, Christian Schneider, Magnus Albert, and Tobias Schaetz
16:30 Q 35.55 An Ion Trapped in an Optical Lattice — •Martin Enderlein, Thomas Huber, Christian Schneider, Magnus Albert, Michael Zugenmaier, and Tobias Schaetz
16:30 Q 35.56 Towards simultaneous optical trapping of Ba+ ions and Rb atoms — •Michael Zugenmaier, Thomas Huber, Martin Enderlein, Christian Schneider, Magnus Albert, and Tobias Schätz
16:30 Q 35.57 Bloch oscillations in discrete quantum walks — •Maximilian Genske, Andreas Steffen, Noomen Belmechri, Andrea Alberti, Wolfgang Alt, and Dieter Meschede
16:30 Q 35.58 Rydberg EIT in thermal caesium vapour — •Alban Urvoy, Lara Bauer, Harald Kübler, Tilman Pfau, and Robert Löw
16:30 Q 35.59 Fabrication processes of a segmented surface trap — •Peter Kunert, Daniel Georgen, Michael Johanning, and Christof Wunderlich
16:30 Q 35.60 Development of a segmented ion trap for quantum control of multi-species ion chains — •Hsiang-Yu Lo, Daniel Kienzler, Ben Keitch, Joseba Alonso, Florian Leupold, Ludwig de Clercq, Frieder Lindenfelser, Roland Habluetzel, Martin Sepiol, and Jonathan Home
16:30 Q 35.61 Deterministische Einzelionenquelle — •Stefan Ulm, Georg Jacob, Stefan Weidlich, Johannes Roßnagel, Henning Kaufmann, Sebastian Wolf, Andreas Kehlberger, Ferdinand Schmidt-Kaler und Kilian Singer
16:30 Q 35.62 Experimentelle und theoretische Untersuchung von Zick-Zack Ionenkristallen — •Henning Kaufmann, Stefan Ulm, Georg Jacob, Sam Dawkins, Thomas Feldker, Ferdinand Schmidt-Kaler und Kilian Singer
16:30 Q 35.63 Manipulation of Yb+ ions in a micro-structured segmented Paul trap using a versatile electric field generator — •Muhammad Tanveer Baig, Thomas Collath, Delia Kaufmann, Peter Kaufmann, Timm F. Gloger, Andreas Wiese, Michael Ziolkowski, Michael Johanning, and Christof Wunderlich
16:30 Q 35.64 Eine kryogene, mikrostrukturierte Ionenfalle zur Untersuchung von Heizeffekten in der Quanteninformationsverarbeitung — •Max Hettrich, Frank Ziesel, Tim Lindner und Ferdinand Schmidt-Kaler
16:30 Q 35.65 A nanofiber optical interfacing for trapped ions — •Jan Petersen, Benjamin Ames, Michael Brownnutt, Rainer Blatt, and Arno Rauschenbeutel
16:30 Q 35.66 Vibrational ground state cooling of a neutral atom in a tightly focused optical dipole trapSyed Abdullah Aljunid, Victor Xu Heng Leong, •Kadir Durak, Gleb Maslennikov, and Christian Kurtsiefer
16:30 Q 35.67 Development of a cryogenic surface-electrode ion trap — •Florian Leupold, Ludwig de Clercq, Joseba Alonso, Roland Hablützel, Ben Keitch, Daniel Kienzler, Frieder Lindenfelser, Hsiang-Yu Lo, Martin Sepiol, and Jonathan Home
16:30 Q 35.68 Towards the realization of an optical quantum switch — •Jürgen Volz, Danny O'Shea, Christian Junge, Konstantin Friebe, and Arno Rauschenbeutel
16:30 Q 35.69 Strong coupling of single atoms to a high-Q whispering-gallery-mode bottle microresonator — •Christian Junge, Danny O’Shea, Konstantin Friebe, Jürgen Volz, and Arno Rauschenbeutel
16:30 Q 35.70 Rydberg excitation of 40Ca+ by VUV radiation at 123 nm — •Matthias Stappel, Daniel Kolbe, Thomas Feldker, Julian Naber, Ferdinand Schmidt-Kaler, and Jochen Walz
16:30 Q 35.71 Experimental quantum spin-flip error-correction using single nitrogen-vacancy defect centers in diamond. — •Sebastian Zaiser, Mathias Nietsche, Gerald Waldherr, Philipp Neumann, Jason Twamley, Fedor Jelezko, and Jörg Wrachtrup
16:30 Q 35.72 Trapped single ion in the focus of a deep parabolic mirror — •Andrea Golla, Robert Maiwald, Martin Fischer, Marianne Bader, Benoît Chalopin, Markus Sondermann, and Gerd Leuchs
16:30 Q 35.73 Optical Studies and Charge State Detection of single Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers in Diamond — •Nabeel Ahmad Aslam, Gerald Waldherr, Philipp Neumann, Fedor Jelezko, and Jörg Wrachtrup
16:30 Q 35.74 Microwave control of N-V centres coupled to structures nano-fabricated on demand — •Florian Striebel, Luca Marseglia, Andreas Häußler, and Fedor Jelezko
16:30 Q 35.75 Narrowband Source of Correlated Photon Pairs via Four-Wave Mixing in Atomic VapourBharath Srivathsan, Gurpreet Kaur Gulati, Mei Yuen Brenda Chng, Gleb Maslennikov, Dzmitry Matsukevich, and •Christian Kurtsiefer
16:30 Q 35.76 Generation of mesoscopic entangled states in a cavity coupled to an atomic ensemble — •Gor Nikoghosyan, Michael Hartmann, and Martin Plenio
16:30 Q 35.77 Realization and prospects of highly efficient up-conversion from 1550 nm to 532 nm — •Christina E. Vollmer, Christoph Baune, Aiko Samblowski, Jaromír Fiurášek, and Roman Schnabel
16:30 Q 35.78 Pulsed Sagnac Source of Polarisation-Entangled Photon PairsAna Predojević, •Stephanie Grabher, and Gregor Weihs
16:30 Q 35.79 Continuous-wave light with a GHz squeezing bandwidth — •Stefan Ast, Aiko Samblowski, Moritz Mehmet, Sebastian Steinlechner, Tobias Eberle, Henning Vahlbruch, and Roman Schnabel
16:30 Q 35.80 Optical studies on individual transitions in GaN:Zn,Si/AlGaN heterostructures — •Matin Mohajerani, Arne Behrends, Silke Peters, Helmut Hofer, Waldemar Schmunk, Stefan Kück, Andrey Bakin, and Andreas Waag
16:30 Q 35.81 Single Photon Source with Diamond Nanocrystals on Tapered Optical Fibers — •Lars Liebermeister, Daniel Burchardt, Juliane Hermelbracht, Toshiyuki Tashima, Markus Weber, Ariane Stiebeiner, Arno Rauschenbeutel, and Harald Weinfurter
16:30 Q 35.82 Studying Photon Antibunching of Bunched Emitters — •Silke Peters, Johannes Dühn, Helmuth Hofer, Waldemar Schmunk, and Stefan Kück
16:30 Q 35.83 Towards interconversion between UV- and telecom wavelengths — •Helge Rütz, Stephan Krapick, Raimund Ricken, Viktor Quiring, Hubertus Suche, and Christine Silberhorn
16:30 Q 35.84 Statistics of single-mode bright squeezed vacuumTimur Iskhakov, •Angela Perez, Kirill Spasibko, Maria Chekhova, and Gerd Leuchs
16:30 Q 35.85 Characterization of continuous variable entangled states with photon counting — •Georg Harder, Kaisa Laiho, and Christine Silberhorn
16:30 Q 35.86 Efficient generation of squeezing by waveguided parametric downconversion — •Thomas Dirmeier, Andreas Eckstein, Nitin Jain, Georg Harder, Christoffer Wittmann, Gerd Leuchs, Christoph Marquardt, and Christine Silberhorn
16:30 Q 35.87 Interferometry and Multiparticle Entanglement — •Philipp Hyllus, Luca Pezzé, Augusto Smerzi, Wieslaw Laskowski, Roland Krischek, Christian Schwemmer, Witlef Wieczorek, and Harald Weinfurter
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