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Q: Fachverband Quantenoptik und Photonik

Q 57: Poster: Quantum Optics and Photonics III

Donnerstag, 14. März 2019, 16:15–18:15, S Fobau Physik

16:15 Q 57.1 BECCAL: A atom optics experiment for the International Space Station — •Kai Frye, Dennis Becker, Christian Schubert, Sven Abend, Thijs Wendrich, Christian Schubert, Ernst Rasel, and Team BECCAL
16:15 Q 57.2 Fiber based Raman laser system for atom interferometry — •Matthias Gersemann, Sven Abend, Christian Schubert, Martina Gebbe, Sven Herrmann, Claus Lämmerzahl, Ernst M. Rasel, and the QUANTUS team
16:15 Q 57.3 Gravity gradient cancellation in satellite quantum tests of the Equivalence Principle — •Sina Loriani, Wolfgang Ertmer, Franck Pereira Dos Santos, Dennis Schlippert, Christian Schubert, Peter Wolf, Ernst Maria Rasel, and Naceur Gaaloul
16:15 Q 57.4 Perspectives for atom interferometry in space-borne geodesy — •Sven Abend, Christian Schubert, Dennis Schlippert, Waldermar Herr, Naceur Gaaloul, and Ernst M. Rasel
16:15 Q 57.5 A High-Performance Upgrade for Very Long Baseline Atom Interferometry — •Dorothee Tell, Christian Meiners, Etienne Wodey, Robert J. Rengelink, Dennis Schlippert, Christian Schubert, Wolfgang Ertmer, and Ernst M. Rasel
16:15 Q 57.6 Delta-Kick Collimation of BECs in an Optical Waveguide - A Source for Guided Atom Interferometry — •Knut Stolzenberg, Sebastian Bode, and Dennis Schlippert
16:15 Q 57.7 Compact diode laser system for dual-species atom interferometry with Rb and K on an sounding rocket — •Oliver Anton, Klaus Döringshoff, Simon Kanthak, Benjamin Wiegand, Moritz Mihm, Ortwin Hellmig, André Wenzlawski, Patrick Windpassinger, Markus Krutzik, Achim Peters, and The MAIUS Team
16:15 Q 57.8 Optimized preparation for a superposition of opposite circular states in a Rydberg atom — •Fernando Gago Encinas, Sabrina Patsch, Michel Brune, Jean-Michel Raimond, Sébastien Gleyzes, and Christiane Koch
16:15 Q 57.9 High-precision quantum gravimeter GAIN — •Bastian Leykauf, Anne Stiekel, Sascha Vowe, Benjamin Wiegand, Hartmut Wziontek, Axel Rülke, Markus Krutzik, and Achim Peters
16:15 Q 57.10 Optimal control technique for fast excitation-less transport of BECs on an atom chip — •Sirine Amri, R. Corgier, D. Sugny, E.M Rasel, E. Charron, and N. Gaaloul
16:15 Q 57.11 Universal atom interferometry simulator for precision sensing — •Florian Fitzek, Ernt M. Rasel, Klemens Hammerer, and Naceur Gaaloul
16:15 Q 57.12 Folded multi-loop atom interferometer for gravitational wave detection — •Christian Schubert, Dennis Schlippert, Sven Abend, Wolfgang Ertmer, and Ernst M. Rasel
16:15 Q 57.13 Designing a dual species atom interferometer for the ISS — •Alexandros Papakonstantinou, Thijs Wendrich, Wolfgang Bartosch, Manuel Popp, Christian Schubert, Christian Spindeldreier, Ernst M. Rasel, Wolfgang Ertmer, and BECCAL Team
16:15 Q 57.14 Opto-mechanical resonator-enhanced atom interferometry — •A. Rajagopalan, L. L. Richardson, H. Albers, L. Kumanchik, C. Braxmaier, F. Guzman, C. Schubert, W. Ertmer, D. Schlippert, and E. M. Rasel
16:15 Q 57.15 Prospects of large momentum transfer with twin lattices for phase sensitive atom interferometry — •Jan-Niclas Siemß, Sven Abend, Ernst M. Rasel, Klemens Hammerer, and Naceur Gaaloul
16:15 Q 57.16 A three-mode inertial sensor for the measurement of the gravitational acceleration — •Alexander Idel, Fabian Anders, Polina Feldmann, Jan Peise, Luis Santos, and Carsten Klempt
16:15 Q 57.17 Signal contributions in photothermal deflection spectroscopy for optical absorption measurements — •Walter Dickmann, Johannes Dickmann, Florian Bruns, and Stefanie Kroker
16:15 Q 57.18 Modeling of thermal noise in multiscale systems for high-precision metrology — •Johannes Dickmann, Florian Bruns, Tim Käseberg, Jan Meyer, Carol Bibiana Rojas Hurtado, Walter Dickmann, and Stefanie Kroker
16:15 Q 57.19 Set-up for the precise determination of the photoelastic constants of dielectric materials — •Jan Meyer, Johannes Dickmann, Walter Dickmann, Tim Käseberg, and Stefanie Kroker
16:15 Q 57.20 Towards high precision quantum logic spectroscopy of single molecular ions — •Maximilian J. Zawierucha, Jan C. Heip, Fabian Wolf, and Piet O. Schmidt
16:15 Q 57.21 Squeezed-Shot-Noise Prototype of the Einstein-Telescope — •Justin Nico Hohmann, Sebastian Steinlechner, and Roman Schnabel
16:15 Q 57.22 Progress Towards an Al+ Quantum Logic Optical Clock — •Johannes Kramer, Nils Scharnhorst, Nicolas Spethmann, Ludwig Krinner, Javier Cerrillo, Ian D. Leroux, Alex Retzker, and Piet O. Schmidt
16:15 Q 57.23 Dynamical response of Bose-Einstein condensates to oscillating gravitational fields — •Dennis Rätzel, Richard Howl, Joel Lindkvist, and Ivette Fuentes
16:15 Q 57.24 A robust clock transition on 40Ca+ with a continuous dynamical decoupling scheme — •Kai Dietze, Lennart Pelzer, Nati Aharon, Nicolas Spethmann, Alex Retzker, and Piet O. Schmidt
16:15 Q 57.25 Gas-mediated mirror cooling for cryogenic gravitational-wave detectors — •Mikhail Korobko and Roman Schnabel
16:15 Q 57.26 A trajectory in phase-space surpassing the Heisenberg- uncertainty limit — •Jascha Zander and Roman Schnabel
16:15 Q 57.27 Rubidium vapor-cell references based on the 5S to 6P transitions — •Julien Kluge, Aline N. Dinkelaker, and Markus Krutzik
16:15 Q 57.28 Qualification of integration technologies for miniaturized op-tical setups in UHV — •Anne Stiekel, Marc Christ, and Markus Krutzik
16:15 Q 57.29 Optimization of the cooling process in a mixed species ion Coulomb crystal — •Leon Schomburg, Dimitri Kalincev, André P. Kulosa, and Tanja E. Mehlstäubler
16:15 Q 57.30 High-precision linear ion trap for the demonstrator of a commercial multi-ion optical clock — •Malte Brinkmann, Alexandre Didier, Hendrik Siebeneich, Michael Johanning, Christof Wunderlich, Stefan Brakhane, Dieter Meschede, and Tanja E. Mehlstäubler
16:15 Q 57.31 QUEEN: Design Study and Ground Testbed for Two-Photon Optical Frequency References on Small Satellites — •Sven-E. Reher, Akash Kaparthy, Aline N. Dinkelaker, Merlin Barschke, Markus Krutzik, and The QUEEN Team
  16:15 Q 57.32 The contribution has been withdrawn.
16:15 Q 57.33 Ultra-stable UV laser system for an Indium multi-ion clock — •Hartmut Nimrod Hausser, Tabea Nordmann, Jan Kiethe, Alexandre Didier, Stepan Ignatovich, and Tanja E. Mehlstäubler
16:15 Q 57.34 Towards Testing Lorentz Violation with 172Yb+ Ions — •Chih-Han Yeh, André P. Kulosa, Dimitri Kalincev, and Tanja E. Mehlstäubler
16:15 Q 57.35 iqClock - the European integrated quantum clock — •Markus Gellesch, Jonathan Jones, Yeshpal Singh, Kai Bongs, and the iqClock Consortium
16:15 Q 57.36 Towards a steady-state superradiant optical clock — •Shayne Bennetts, Rodrigo Gonzalez Escudero, Chun-Chia Chen, Benjamin Pasquiou, and Florian Schreck
16:15 Q 57.37 Quantitative measurement of CO with non-dispersive infrared absorption spectroscopy — •Christian Niklas, Fabian Müller, Hainer Wackerbarth, and Georgios Ctistis
16:15 Q 57.38 Towards an integrated PDC source at cryogenic temperatures — •Moritz Bartnick, Frederik Thiele, Jan Philipp Höpker, Raimund Ricken, Viktor Quiring, Harald Herrmann, Christine Silberhorn, and Tim J. Bartley
16:15 Q 57.39 Towards Cryogenic Polarisation Modulation in Lithium Niobate Waveguides — •Frederik Thiele, Jan Philipp Höpker, Patrick Bartowiak, Felix vom Bruch, Harald Herrmann, Raimund Ricken, Viktor Quiring, Christine Silberhorn, and Tim J. Bartley
16:15 Q 57.40 Development of Ta2O5 based photonic circuitry as new platform for integrated optics — •Lukas J. Splitthoff, Martin A. Wolff, and Carsten Schuck
16:15 Q 57.41 Comparison of different silicon nitride materials for technological fabrication of photonic components — •Oliver Kurzel, Harald Richter, Mirko Fraschke, Marco Lisker, Thomas Grabolla, Lars Zimmermann, and Andreas Mai
16:15 Q 57.42 Domain structure sensitive phonon modes in PPKTP waveguides — •Julian Brockmeier, Christof Eigner, Laura Padberg, Peter Mackwitz, Christine Silberhorn, Gerhard Berth, and Artur Zrenner
16:15 Q 57.43 Waveguide-integrated superconducting nanowire single-photon detectors made from amorphous molybdenum silicide — •Matthias Häußler, Martin A. Wolff, Wolfram Pernice, and Carsten Schuck
16:15 Q 57.44 Stimulated Raman scattering of fused silica within the discontinuous Galerkin time-domain framework — •Dan-Nha Huynh and Kurt Busch
16:15 Q 57.45 Quantum Gases Aboard the ISS - Capabilities of the BECCAL Facility — •Lisa Wörner, Jens Grosse, Marvin Warner, Ernst Rasel, Wolfgang Schleich, Claus Braxmaier, and The BECCAL Collaboration
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