Regensburg 2019 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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TT: Fachverband Tiefe Temperaturen

TT 10: Focus Session: New Bright Sources of Quantum Microwaves

Montag, 1. April 2019, 15:00–18:45, H2

Quantum microwaves are an important building block of future quantum technologies. The Focus Session brings together groups that are currently pioneering the use of conventional quantum microwave sources to demonstrate the first proof of principle experiments in quantum communication and sensing, with groups that have recently realized new bright sources of quantum microwaves operating based on completely novel and simple schemes. The goal is to provide a bridge of shared expertise between two parts of the community aiming from different angles at novel quantum technologies using microwaves.

Organized by: Joachim Ankerhold, Björn Kubala, Ciprian Padurariu (Ulm University)

15:00 TT 10.1 Hauptvortrag: Quantum dynamics of a microwave resonator strongly coupled to a tunnel junction — •Jérôme Esteve
15:30 TT 10.2 Hauptvortrag: Quantum optics with artificial atoms in an open space — •Oleg Astafiev
16:00 TT 10.3 Hauptvortrag: Quantum microwaves with a DC-biased Josephson junctionFabien Portier, Ambroise Peugeot, Chloé Rolland, Marc Westig, Gerbold Ménard, Yuri Mukharsky, Hélène le Sueur, Patrice Roche, Philippe Joyez, •Carles Altimiras, Patrice Bertet, Daniel Esteve, Denis Vion, Max Hofheinz, Pérola Milman, Bjoern Kubala, Simon Dambach, and Joachim Ankerhold
  16:30 15 min. break.
16:45 TT 10.4 Hauptvortrag: Photodetectors and metamaterials for on-chip microwave photonics — •Frank K. Wilhelm-Mauch
17:15 TT 10.5 Hauptvortrag: Correlated Cooper pair transport and microwave photon emission in the Coulomb blockade — •Juha Leppäkangas, Michael Marthaler, Mikael Fogelström, and Göran Johansson
17:45 TT 10.6 Nonlinear quantum dynamics and hidden cats states in a cavity conductor hybrid — •Andrew Armour, Bjoern Kubala, and Joachim Ankerhold
18:00 TT 10.7 Generating Pairs of Entangled Microwave Photons by Josephson-Photonics Devices — •Simon Dambach, Ambroise Peugeot, Juha Leppäkangas, Björn Kubala, Marc Westig, Yuri Mukharsky, Carles Altimiras, Denis Vion, Daniel Esteve, Fabien Portier, and Joachim Ankerhold
18:15 TT 10.8 Full photon counting statistics at non-degenerate Josephson parametric resonance — •Lisa Arndt and Fabian Hassler
18:30 TT 10.9 Steady-state generation of Wigner-negative states in 1D resonance fluorescence — •Fernando Quijandria, Ingrid Strandberg, and Göran Johansson
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