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Q: Fachverband Quantenoptik und Photonik

Q 32: Poster: Quantum gases, ultracold atoms and molecules

Mittwoch, 19. März 2014, 16:30–18:30, Spree-Palais

16:30 Q 32.1 Driven-dissipative two-dimensional Bose-Einstein condensationEhud Altman, John Toner, •Lukas M. Sieberer, Sebastian Diehl, and Leiming Chen
16:30 Q 32.2 Non-Equilibrium Heating Dynamics of a Luttinger Liquid — •Michael Buchhold and Sebastian Diehl
16:30 Q 32.3 Collision studies in ultra cold calcium atoms — •Hannes Winter and Andreas Hemmerich
16:30 Q 32.4 Non-thermal fixed points and strong wave-turbulence in a dilute Bose gas — •Isara Chantesana and Thomas Gasenzer
16:30 Q 32.5 Crossover from Adiabatic to Sudden Quench Dynamics for Time-of-Flight Imaging Measurements in Bose-Einstein CondensatesBo Xiong, Axel Pelster, and •Antun Balaž
16:30 Q 32.6 Bose-Einstein Condensate in Gravitational Cavity: Comparing Soft and Hard Wall Boundary Condition — •Javed Akram and Axel Pelster
16:30 Q 32.7 Doublons and Holons in perodically driven Mott insulators — •Maximilian Genske and Achim Rosch
16:30 Q 32.8 Analytic study of the expansion dynamics of multi-species Bose-Einstein condensates — •Matthias Meister, Albert Roura, Wolfgang P. Schleich, and the QUANTUS Team
16:30 Q 32.9 Quantum dynamics in ultracold environments — •Paula Ostmann and Walter Strunz
16:30 Q 32.10 Generalized Bose condensation into multiple states and heat transport in tight-binding lattices far from equilibrium — •Alexander Schnell, Daniel Vorberg, Waltraut Wustmann, Roland Ketzmerick, and André Eckardt
16:30 Q 32.11 Single atom detection in ultracold quantum gases — •Peter Federsel, Hannah Schefzyk, Markus Stecker, Malte Reinschmidt, Andreas Günther, and József Fortágh
16:30 Q 32.12 Wave packet dynamics of a Bose Einstein Condensate in a one dimensional, disordered potential for variable interaction strengths — •Juan Pablo Ramírez Valdes, Thomas Wellens, and Andreas Buchleitner
16:30 Q 32.13 Free Falling Bose Einstein Condensates in General Relativity — •Oliver Gabel and Reinhold Walser
16:30 Q 32.14 Nonthermal Fixed Points and Superfluid Turbulence in Ultracold Bose GasesSebastian Erne, •Markus Karl, Steven Mathey, Boris Nowak, Andreas Samberg, Jan Schole, Carlo Ewerz, and Thomas Gasenzer
16:30 Q 32.15 Solitonic states far from equilibrium — •Sebastian Erne, Robert Bücker, Boris Nowak, Thomas Gasenzer, and Jörg Schmiedmayer
16:30 Q 32.16 Study of doublon dynamics in the Bose-Hubbard model using low-energy theories — •Holger Niehus and Daniela Pfannkuche
16:30 Q 32.17 Dynamics of Dark and Dark-Bright Solitons beyond the Mean-Field Approximation — •Sven Krönke and Peter Schmelcher
16:30 Q 32.18 Experimental apparatus for long-range interacting potassium-40 quantum gases — •Silva Mezinska, Stephan Helmrich, Alexander Sayer, Christoph Hofmann, Valentin Ivannikov, and Shannon Whitlock
16:30 Q 32.19 Quantum magnetism without lattices in strongly-interacting one-dimensional spinor gases — •Frank Deuretzbacher, Daniel Becker, Johannes Bjerlin, Stephanie Reimann, and Luis Santos
16:30 Q 32.20 The critical velocity in the BEC-BCS crossover — •Niclas Luick, Kai Morgener, Wolf Weimer, Jonas Siegl, Klaus Hueck, and Henning Moritz
16:30 Q 32.21 Measuring the dynamic structure factor of a dissipative quantum many-body system — •Renate Landig, Rafael Mottl, Lorenz Hruby, Ferdinand Brennecke, Tobias Donner, and Tilman Esslinger
16:30 Q 32.22 Experimental setup to probe a strongly interacting quasi two-dimensional Fermi gas — •Sebastian Pres, Martin Ries, Mathias Neidig, Andre Wenz, Puneet Murthy, Gerhard Zürn, Thomas Lompe, and Selim Jochim
16:30 Q 32.23 Few-fermion systems in one dimension — •Gerhard Zürn, Andrea Bergschneider, Vincent Klinkhamer, Simon Murmann, Thomas Lompe, Andre N. Wenz, and Selim Jochim
16:30 Q 32.24 An ultracold mixture of metastable triplet He and Rb atoms — •Adonis S. Flores, Hari P. Mishra, Wim Vassen, and Steven Knoop
16:30 Q 32.25 Non-equilibrium polaron physics of ultra cold bosonic lattice gases — •Fabian Grusdt, Aditya Shashi, Dmitry Abanin, and Eugene Demler
16:30 Q 32.26 Imaging system for a two-species quantum degenerate gas — •Carmen Renner, Rico Pires, Juris Ulmanis, Stephan Häfner, Alda Arias, Marc Repp, Eva Kuhnle, and Matthias Weidemüller
16:30 Q 32.27 Towards light induced spin-orbit coupling for ultra-cold neutral atoms — •Sebastian Bode, Felix Kösel, Holger Ahlers, Katerine Posso Trujillo, Naceur Gaaloul, and Ernst Rasel
16:30 Q 32.28 BEC dynamics in the presence of a synthetic magnetic field — •Andrey R. Kolovsky, Fabian Grusdt, and Michael Fleischhauer
16:30 Q 32.29 Cavity QED in the Recoil Resolved Regime — •Hans Keßler, Jens Klinder, Matthias Wolke, and Andreas Hemmerich
16:30 Q 32.30 Orbital Physics with Ultracold Fermions in Higher Bands of an Optical Lattice — •Arne Ewerbeck, Robert Büchner, Thorge Kock, Matthias Ölschläger, and Andreas Hemmerich
16:30 Q 32.31 Ultracold bosons in optical lattices subjected to a periodic perturbation — •Karla Loida and Corinna Kollath
16:30 Q 32.32 High-Order Strong-Coupling Expansion for Bose-Hubbard ModelTao Wang, Xue-Feng Zhang, Sebastian Eggert, and •Axel Pelster
16:30 Q 32.33 Hamiltonian quantum rocking ratchets with ultracold rubidium atoms in an 1D optical lattice — •Christopher Grossert, Martin Leder, Martin Weitz, Sergey Denisov, and Peter Hänggi
16:30 Q 32.34 Mott insulator to superfluid transition of ultracold bosons in an optical lattice by periodic driving — •Christoph Sträter and André Eckardt
16:30 Q 32.35 Quantum dynamics of spin waves in ultracold bosonic systems — •Frauke Seeßelberg, Sebastian Hild, Takeshi Fukuhara, Peter Schauß, Johannes Zeiher, Immanuel Bloch, and Christian Gross
16:30 Q 32.36 Towards ultracold fermions in a 2D honeycomb lattice — •Thomas Paintner, Daniel Hoffmann, Michael Griener, Jochen Gleiter, Wladimir Schoch, Wolfgang Limmer, Benjamin Deissler, and Johannes Hecker Denschlag
16:30 Q 32.37 Dissipation through localised loss in bosonic systems with long-range interactions — •Ivana Vidanovic, Daniel Cocks, and Walter Hofstetter
16:30 Q 32.38 Steady State Currents in the Driven Dissipative Bose-Hubbard Model — •Thomas Mertz, Ivana Vidanovic, Daniel Cocks, and Walter Hofstetter
16:30 Q 32.39 Spectroscopy of ultracold Fermions in Triangular Optical Lattices using ultranarrow Opical TransitionsAlexander Thobe, •Bastian Hundt, André Kochanke, Thomas Ponath, Niels Petersen, Christoph Becker, and Klaus Sengstock
16:30 Q 32.40 Dynamics of Quantum-Systems with Localized Dissipation — •Ralf Labouvie, Andreas Vogler, Simon Heun, Bodhaditya Santra, and Herwig Ott
16:30 Q 32.41 Realization of a finite-size optical lattice for cold fermionic atoms — •Simon Murmann, Andrea Bergschneider, Vincent Klinkhamer, Gerhard Zürn, Thomas Lompe, and Selim Jochim
16:30 Q 32.42 A K-Rb setup for the creation of topological states in a honeycomb lattice — •Tracy Li, Lucia Duca, Martin Reitter, Monika Schleier-Smith, Josselin Bernadoff, Henrik Lüschen, Immanuel Bloch, and Ulrich Schneider
16:30 Q 32.43 Out-of-equilibrium dynamics of bosons in optical lattices — •Henrik Lüschen, Simon Braun, Michael Schreiber, Pranjal Bordia, Frederik Görg, Pau Gomez, Sean Hodgman, Immanuel Bloch, and Ulrich Schneider
16:30 Q 32.44 Realization of the Hofstadter Hamiltonian with ultracold atoms in optical lattices — •Michael Lohse, Monika Aidelsburger, Marcos Atala, Julio Barreiro, Belén Paredes, and Immanuel Bloch
16:30 Q 32.45 Observation of the Meissner effect in bosonic ladders — •Marcos Atala, Monika Aidelsburger, Michael Lohse, Julio Barreiro, Belén Paredes, and Immanuel Bloch
16:30 Q 32.46 Engineering band structures for fermions in a triangular optical latticeNick Fläschner, •Dominik Vogel, Frieder Fröbel, Jasper Simon Krauser, Jannes Heinze, Christof Weitenberg, Klaus Sengstock, and Christoph Becker
16:30 Q 32.47 Beyond Artificial Graphene with Ultracold Fermions in a Tunable-Geometry Optical Lattice — •Gregor Jotzu, Thomas Uehlinger, Michael Messer, Remi Desbuquois, Daniel Greif, and Tilman Esslinger
16:30 Q 32.48 Dynamical synthetic gauge fields, string order and correlated phases with periodically modulated interactions — •Sebastian Greschner, Gaoyong Sun, Dario Poletti, and Luis Santos
16:30 Q 32.49 Ultracold Fermions in Optical Superlattices — •Pranjal Bordia, Michael Schreiber, Frederik Goerg, Henrik Lueschen, Sean Hodgman, Pau Gomez, Simon Braun, Immanuel Bloch, and Ulrich Schneider
16:30 Q 32.50 Non-equilibrium dynamics in ion Coulomb crystals — •Ramil Nigmatullin and Martin Plenio
16:30 Q 32.51 Basic properties of a dipolar Bose-Einstein condensate with dysprosium — •Damir Zajec and Günter Wunner
  16:30 Q 32.52 The contribution has been moved to Q 16.88.
16:30 Q 32.53 Perturbative Hydrodynamics of 1d Bose-Einstein Condensate with Ring Geometry in Weak Disorder PotentialDavron Abdullaev, Bakhodir Abdullaev, •Branko Nikolić, and Axel Pelster
16:30 Q 32.54 Bose-Einstein Condensates with Strong Disorder – Gaussian Approximation for Correlation Functions — •Branko Nikolić, Antun Balaž, and Axel Pelster
16:30 Q 32.55 Bose-Einstein Condensation with Strong Disorder – Replica Method — •Tama Khellil, Antun Balaž, and Axel Pelster
16:30 Q 32.56 Absorption and transport properties of quantum aggregates with heavy-tailed disorder — •Sebastian Möbius, Sebastiaan M. Vlaming, Victor A. Malyshev, Jasper Knoester, and Alexander Eisfeld
16:30 Q 32.57 Phase-coherent quantum propagation in disordered media — •Valentin V. Volchkov, Fred Jendrzejewski, Kilian Müller, Jeremie Richard, Philippe Bouyer, Alain Aspect, and Vincent Josse
16:30 Q 32.58 Cavity cooling of an atomic array in the presence of the spontaneous emission — •Oxana Mishina and Giovanna Morigi
16:30 Q 32.59 A CO2-laser optical dipole trap with ultracold erbium atoms — •Jens Ulitzsch, Henning Brammer und Martin Weitz
16:30 Q 32.60 Cold atomic collisions of metastable Neon atoms — •Christian Cop and Reinhold Walser
16:30 Q 32.61 Optical analogue of a wire trap for neutral atoms — •Philipp Schneeweiss, Fam Le Kien, and Arno Rauschenbeutel
16:30 Q 32.62 Optimization of guiding and trapping atomic beams on an atom chip — •Jan Mahnke, Ilka Geisel, Andreas Hüper, Kai Cordes, Wolfgang Ertmer, and Carsten Klempt
16:30 Q 32.63 Interference Filter Stabilized ECDLs at Lithium D-Line Wavelength — •Tobias Eul, Jan Phieler, Benjamin Gänger, and Artur Widera
16:30 Q 32.64 Dynamics of ion zig-zag chains in a two dimensional double well — •Andrea Klumpp, Benno Liebchen, and Peter Schmelcher
16:30 Q 32.65 Simultaneous D1 line sub-Doppler laser cooling of fermionic 6Li and 40K – Experimental results and theory — •Mihail Rabinovic, Franz Sievers, Norman Kretzschmar, Diogo Fernandes, Daniel Suchet, Saijun Wu, Lev Khaykovich, Frédéric Chevy, and Christophe Salomon
16:30 Q 32.66 Holographic detection approach for single-site detection of ultracold atoms in an optical lattice — •Daniel Hoffmann, Benjamin Deissler, and Johannes Hecker Denschlag
16:30 Q 32.67 Direct imaging of the momentum distribution of a two-dimensional quantum gas — •Puneet Murthy, Martin Ries, Mathias Neidig, Sebastian Pres, Dhruv Kedar, Andre Wenz, Gerhard Zürn, Thomas Lompe, and Selim Jochim
16:30 Q 32.68 Interaction of non-transversal light with nanofiber-trapped atoms — •Bernhard Albrecht, Christoph Clausen, Rudolf Mitsch, Daniel Reitz, Clement Sayrin, Philipp Schneeweiss, and Arno Rauschenbeutel
16:30 Q 32.69 Excitation of the 3P0 clock transition in a Fermi gas of ytterbium — •Francesco Scazza, Christian Hofrichter, Moritz Höfer, Pieter C. de Groot, Christian Schweizer, Emily Davis, Immanuel Bloch, and Simon Fölling
16:30 Q 32.70 Investigating a single atom magneto optical trap — •Farina Kindermann, Michael Bauer, Tobias Lausch, Daniel Mayer, Felix Schmidt, and Artur Widera
16:30 Q 32.71 A high NA objective for two-dimensional discrete-time quantum walks — •Felix Kleißler, Stefan Brakhane, Carsten Robens, Stanislav Shestovy, Andrea Alberti, Wolfgang Alt, and Dieter Meschede
16:30 Q 32.72 Flourescence imaging and sub-micrometer localization of a single atom strongly coupled to a cavity — •Ingmari Christa Tietje, Anna Caroline Eckl, Haytham Chibani, Christoph Hamsen, Paul Altin, Tatjana Wilk, and Gerhard Rempe
16:30 Q 32.73 Accurate Mesoscopic Atom Counting in a Novel Hybrid Trap — •Ion Stroescu, David B. Hume, Wolfgang Muessel, Helmut Strobel, Daniel Linnemann, Jonas Schulz, and Markus K. Oberthaler
16:30 Q 32.74 Molecular dynamics of trapped cold gases on GPUs — •Roman Nolte and Reinhold Walser
16:30 Q 32.75 Dynamical Mean-Field Theory of Rydberg-dressed quantum gases in optical lattices — •Andreas Geißler, Ivana Vidanovic, and Walter Hofstetter
16:30 Q 32.76 Towards imaging of single Rydberg Atoms — •Vladislav Gavryusev, Georg Günter, Hanna Schempp, Martin Robert-de Saint-Vincent, Stephan Helmrich, Christoph S. Hofmann, Miguel Ferreira-Cao, Shannon Whitlock, and Matthias Weidemüller
16:30 Q 32.77 Atomic and photonic correlations in interacting Rydberg gases — •Miguel Ferreira-Cao, Vladislav Gavryusev, Georg Günter, Hanna Schempp, Martin Robert-de-Saint-Vincent, Christoph S. Hofmann, Shannon Whitlock, and Matthias Weidemüller
16:30 Q 32.78 Artificial Abelian gauge potentials induced by dipole-dipole interactions between Rydberg atoms — •Alexandre Cesa and John Martin
16:30 Q 32.79 Coherent Rydberg dynamics and interaction in thermal vapor cells — •Bernhard Huber, Andreas Kölle, Fabian Ripka, Robert Löw, and Tilman Pfau
16:30 Q 32.80 Rydberg-Rydberg interactions in high density caesium vapour — •Fabian Ripka, Alban Urvoy, Margarita Reschke, David Peter, Harald Kübler, Tilman Pfau, and Robert Löw
16:30 Q 32.81 Energy transfer with long-range interactions — •Sebastian Weber, Robert Löw, and Sebastian Hofferberth
16:30 Q 32.82 Ultracold Rydberg Gases in the Millisecond Regime — •Torsten Manthey, Thomas Niederprüm, Tobias Weber, Oliver Thomas, and Herwig Ott
16:30 Q 32.83 Optical control and detection of an ultracold Rydberg gas — •Peter Schauß, Johannes Zeiher, Sebastian Hild, Frauke Seeßelberg, Takeshi Fukuhara, Marc Cheneau, Manuel Endres, Tommaso Macri, Thomas Pohl, Christian Groß, and Immanuel Bloch
16:30 Q 32.84 Rydberg tomography of an ultra-cold atomic cloud — •María M. Valado, Nicola Malossi, Stefano Scotto, Donatella Ciampini, Ennio Arimondo, and Oliver Morsch
16:30 Q 32.85 Crystallization of photons via storage of interacting Rydberg polaritons — •Matthias Moos, Michael Höning, Johannes Otterbach, Dominik Muth, and Michael Fleischhauer
16:30 Q 32.86 Large optical nonlinearities and single-photon switching using Rydberg BlockadeSimon Baur, •Daniel Tiarks, Gerhard Rempe, and Stephan Dürr
16:30 Q 32.87 Ultra stable laser system for two color photoassociation of Ca — •Max Kahmann, Evgenij Pachomow, Uwe Sterr, Fritz Riehle, and Eberhard Tiemann
16:30 Q 32.88 A versatile transport apparatus for the production of groundstate YbRb — •Tobias Franzen, Cristian Bruni, Bastian Schepers, Kapilan Paramasivam, Christian Keller, Bastian Pollklesener, Markus Rosendahl, Ralf Stephan, and Axel Görlitz
16:30 Q 32.89 Two-Photon-Spectroscopy of YbRb in a conservative trap - Towards paramagnetic molecules — •Cristian Bruni, Fabian Wolf, and Axel Görlitz
16:30 Q 32.90 Towards ultracold polar NaK molecules — •Matthias W. Gempel, Torben A. Schulze, Torsten Hartmann, Janis Wöhler, Erik Schwanke, Julia Gerschmann, Alessandro Zenesini, and Silke Ospelkaus
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