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Q: Fachverband Quantenoptik und Photonik

Q 39: Posters: Quantum Optics and Photonics III

Mittwoch, 11. März 2020, 16:30–18:30, Empore Lichthof

16:30 Q 39.1 A Distribution Board for an Ultra-stable Transportable Clock Laser — •Eileen Annika Klocke, Sofia Herbers, Lenard Pelzer, Uwe Sterr, Piet Oliver Schmidt, and Chrstian Lisdat
16:30 Q 39.2 Investigation of zinc as a candidate for optical clocks — •David Röser, Maya Büki, and Simon Stellmer
16:30 Q 39.3 Steady-state superradiance for active optical clocks — •Francesca Fama, Sheng Zhou, Shayne Bennetts, Chun-Chia Chen, Rodrigo Gonzalez-Escudero, Benjamin Pasquiou, Florian Schreck, and the iqClock consortium
16:30 Q 39.4 Highly stable, compact components for a transportable Al+/Ca+ quantum logic optical clock — •Benjamin Kraus, Stephan Hannig, Moritz Mihm, Ortwin Hellmig, Patrick Windpassinger, and Piet O. Schmidt
16:30 Q 39.5 Spin squeezing can only improve clocks with small atom number — •Marius Schulte, Christian Lisdat, Piet O. Schmidt, Uwe Sterr, and Klemens Hammerer
16:30 Q 39.6 Resonance fluorescence of trapped Be9+ ions — •Aleksei Konovalov and Giovanna Morigi
16:30 Q 39.7 Progress towards an indium multi-ion clock — •Hartmut Nimrod Hausser, Tabea Nordmann, Jan Kiethe, Leon Schomburg, and Tanja E. Mehlstäubler
16:30 Q 39.8 Laser light shaping and control for precision spectroscopy with ions — •Robin L. Stampa, André P. Kulosa, Chih-Han Yeh, Dimitri Kalincev, Henning A. Fürst, Laura S. Dreissen, and Tanja E. Mehlstäubler
16:30 Q 39.9 An ultra-stable resonator with a fundamental instability of  3× 10−17 — •Steffen Sauer, Sebastian Häfner, Dominika Fim, Nandan Jha, Waldemar Friesen-Piepenbrink, Klaus Zipfel, Thomas Legero, Wolfgang Ertmer, Uwe Sterr, and Ernst Rasel
16:30 Q 39.10 Segmented linear multi-ion traps for a next generation of transportable high-precision optical clocks — •Florian Köppen, Hendrik Siebeneich, Pedram Yaghoubi, Michael Johanning, Alexandre Didier, Malte Brinkmann, Stefan Brakhane, Tanja Mehlstäubler, Dieter Meschede, and Christof Wunderlich
16:30 Q 39.11 Accelerating magnetic field sensing using optimized pulses on NV centers — •Jan Thieme, Ricky-Joe Plate, Josselin Bernardoff, Daniel Basilewitsch, Christiane Koch, and Kilian Singer
16:30 Q 39.12 Perspectives for fundamental experiments with nanostructured optical cavities: From thermal quanta to general relativity — •Johannes Dickmann, Steffen Sauer, Sebastian Ulbricht, Robert Alexander Müller, Jan Meyer, Tim Käseberg, Mariia Matiushechkina, Andrey Surzhykov, Ernst Maria Rasel, Michèle Heurs, and Stefanie Kroker
16:30 Q 39.13 Laser system and imaging optics for producing, cooling and detecting a 9Be+ ion in a cylindrical Penning trap — •Frederik Jacobs, Teresa Meiners, Johannes Mielke, Matthias Borchert, Julian Pick, Juan M. Cornejo, Malte Niemann, Stefan Ulmer, and Christian Ospelkaus
16:30 Q 39.14 High-Q monolithic inertial sensors for seismic control in gravitational wave detectorsSina Maria Köhlenbeck, •Jonathan Carter, Gerhard Heinzel, and Oliver Gerberding
16:30 Q 39.15 Rydberg quantum optics in an ultracold Rubidium gas — •Hannes Busche, Nina Stiesdal, and Sebastian Hofferberth
16:30 Q 39.16 Rydberg quantum optics in ultracold Ytterbium gases — •José Navarrete, Thilina Senaviratne, Mohammad Noaman, and Sebastian Hofferberth
16:30 Q 39.17 Interacting Polaritions in a Rydberg EIT Medium — •Annika Tebben, André Salzinger, David Grimshandl, Carlos Brandl, Sebastian Geier, Titus Franz, Nithiwadee Thaicharoen, Clément Hainaut, Gerhard Zürn, Thomas Pohl, and Matthias Weidemüller
16:30 Q 39.18 Rydberg excitation of trapped ions for quantum simulation and computation — •Justas Andrijauskas, Jonas Vogel, Arezoo Mokhberi, and Ferdinand Schmidt-Kaler
16:30 Q 39.19 Towards a Photon-Photon Quantum Gate Using Rydberg-Interactions in an Optical Resonator — •Thomas Stolz, Steffen Schmidt-Eberle, Lukas Husel, Stephan Dürr, and Gerhard Rempe
16:30 Q 39.20 Ultrafast Ionization of a BEC: Highly Charged to Neutral Microplasma — •Mario Neundorf, Tobias Kroker, Julian Fiedler, Julia Bergmann, Markus Drescher, Klaus Sengstock, Philipp Wessels, and Juliette Simonet
16:30 Q 39.21 Towards a strontium Rydberg laser for quantum simulation with tweezer arrays — •Thies Plassmann, Shayne Bennetts, Alex Urech, Benjamin Pasquiou, Robert Spreeuw, and Florian Schreck
16:30 Q 39.22 Three-Photon Electromagnetically Induced Transparency with Cold Rydberg AtomsYagiz Oyun, Ozgur Cakir, and •Sevilay Sevincli
16:30 Q 39.23 Ghost Polarization Communication — •Markus Rosskopf, Till Mohr, and Wolfgang Elsäßer
16:30 Q 39.24 Towards fabrication and optimization of LNOI nano-waveguides — •Laura Bollmers, Laura Padberg, Sebastian Lengeling, Christof Eigner, and Christine Silberhorn
16:30 Q 39.25 Towards a heralded single-photon plug-and-play source — •Christian Kießler, Harald Herrmann, Hauke Conradi, Moritz Kleinert, Raimund Ricken, Victor Quiring, and Christine Silberhorn
16:30 Q 39.26 Towards low-loss electrooptical modulators in LiNbO3 for quantum-optics applications — •Felix vom Bruch, Raimund Ricken, Christof Eigner, Harald Herrmann, and Christine Silberhorn
16:30 Q 39.27 Post-fabrication correction of LiNbO3 modulators via phase-matching temperature tuning — •Fabian Schlue, Marcello Massaro, Matteo Santandrea, Harald Herrmann, and Christine Silberhorn
16:30 Q 39.28 A low-cost high-finesse scanning cavity for frequency stabilization of a Ba+ laser cooling system — •Kai Lok Lam, Daniel Hönig, Fabian Thielemann, Pascal Weckesser, Leon Karpa, and Tobias Schätz
  16:30 Q 39.29 The contribution has been withdrawn.
16:30 Q 39.30 Bistability in an optomechanically deformable metasurface — •Carol Bibiana Rojas Hurtado, Florian Bruns, Johannes Dickmann, and Stefanie Kroker
16:30 Q 39.31 Semiclassical rotation dynamics of quantum rigid rotors — •Birthe Papendell, Benjamin A. Stickler, and Klaus Hornberger
16:30 Q 39.32 Novel Optomechanical Coupling Mechanisms in nanostructured Metasurfaces — •Florian Feilong Bruns, Carol B. Rojas Hurtado, Thomas Siefke, and Stefanie Kroker
16:30 Q 39.33 Approaching the motional ground state of a cold nanomechanical oscillator in a hybrid atom-optomechanical system — •Jakob Butlewski, Tobias Wagner, Philipp Rohse, Cody Friesen, Felix Klein, Roland Wiesendanger, Klaus Sengstock, Alexander Schwarz, and Christoph Becker
16:30 Q 39.34 Coupling of a cold nanomechanical oscillator to ultracold atoms in a 3D optical lattice — •Felix Klein, Jakob Butlewski, Tobias Wagner, Philipp Rohse, Cody Friesen, Roland Wiesendanger, Klaus Sengstock, Alexander Schwarz, and Christoph Becker
  16:30 Q 39.35 The contribution has been withdrawn.
16:30 Q 39.36 Zerodur based optical benches for microgravity applications — •Jean Pierre Marburger, Moritz Mihm, Sören Boles, André Wenzlawski, Ortwin Hellmig, Klaus Sengstock, Patrick Windpassinger, and the MAIUS and BECCAL team
16:30 Q 39.37 Multi-cell optical memories in warm Cs vapor — •Leon Meßner, Luisa Esguerra Rodriguez, and Janik Wolters
16:30 Q 39.38 Quantum Memories suited for Space — •Luisa Esguerra Rodriguez, Leon Meßner, and Janik Wolters
16:30 Q 39.39 Ensuring the privacy of random numbers generated by quantum processes — •Johannes Seiler, Thomas Strohm, and Wolfgang P. Schleich
16:30 Q 39.40 Efficient single-photon collection for long-distance entanglement of atoms — •Matthias Seubert, Robert Garthoff, Tim van Leent, Kai Redeker, Derya Taray, Wei Zhang, Wenjamin Rosenfeld, and Harald Weinfurter
16:30 Q 39.41 Tight bound on the eavesdropper's information in a multipartite device-independent scenario — •Federico Grasselli, Glaucia Murta, Hermann Kampermann, and Dagmar Bruß
16:30 Q 39.42 Modification of a Continuous Variable Quantum Authentication Protocol with Physical Unclonable Keys — •Yannick Deller, Georgios M. Nikolopoulos, and Gernot Alber
16:30 Q 39.43 Development of a QKD satellite ground station — •Bastian Hacker, Conrad Rößler, Kevin Günthner, Ömer Bayraktar, Jonas Pudelko, Kevin Jaksch, Imran Khan, Gerd Leuchs, and Christoph Marquardt
  16:30 Q 39.44 The contribution has been withdrawn.
16:30 Q 39.45 Photon Generation by Spontaneous Parametric Down Conversion for Quantum Key Distribution — •Julian Nauth, Alexander Sauer, Erik Fitzke, Gernot Alber, and Thomas Walther
16:30 Q 39.46 Towards quantum teleportation in space and frequency using a comb of squeezed vacuum — •Dennis Wilken, Jonas Junker, and Michèle Heurs
16:30 Q 39.47 Microwave antenna design for fiber-based microcavities — •Jonas Grammel, Maximilian Pallmann, and David Hunger
16:30 Q 39.48 Entanglement for non-adaptive measurement-based quantum computation — •Bülent Demirel, Weikai Weng, Christopher Thalacker, Akshey Kumar, Matty Hoban, and Stefanie Barz
16:30 Q 39.49 Building the necessary setup infrastructure for spin-photon entanglement and quantum repeaters with colour centers in silicon carbide. — •Izel Gediz, Naoya Morioka, Matthias Niethammer, Charles Babin, Di Liu, Erik Hesselmeier, Roland Nagy, Durga Dasari, Florian Kaiser, and Jörg Wrachtrup
  16:30 Q 39.50 The contribution has been withdrawn (duplicate of Q 39.51).
16:30 Q 39.51 Certified Randomness from Bell’s Theorem and Dimension Witness — •Xing Chen, Ilja Gerhardt, Jörg Wrachtrup, Robert Garthoff, Kai Redeker, Wenjamin Rosenfeld, and Harald Weinfurter
16:30 Q 39.52 Monte Carlo simulations for determining the volume ratio separable to entangled states in a two-qubit system — •Héctor José Moreno, Jósef Zsolt Bernád, and Gernot Alber
16:30 Q 39.53 Test of a time-bin entanglement-based QKD system in a commercial optical link — •Jakob Kaltwasser, Erik Fitzke, Oleg Nikiforov, Maximilian Tippmann, and Thomas Walther
16:30 Q 39.54 A quantum network node with crossed fiber cavities — •Gianvito Chiarella, Manuel Brekenfeld, Dominik Niemietz, Pau Farrera, Joseph D. Christesen, and Gerhard Rempe
16:30 Q 39.55 Quantum Memories based on Adiabatic Transfer and Beyond — •Tom Schmit, Luigi Giannelli, and Giovanna Morigi
16:30 Q 39.56 A Versatile High-Speed Continuous-Variable Quantum Communication SystemImran Khan, •Stefan Richter, Kevin Jaksch, Kevin Guenthner, Ömer Bayraktar, Emanuel Eichhammer, Bastian Hacker, Birgit Stiller, Gerd Leuchs, and Christoph Marquardt
16:30 Q 39.57 Magnetic interactions in nonequilibrium atom-surface dispersion forces — •Simon Hermann, Kurt Busch, and Francesco Intravaia
16:30 Q 39.58 Probing the Quantum Vacuum with High-Intensity Laser FieldsRicardo R.Q.P.T. Oude Weernink, •Leonhard Klar, Felix Karbstein, and Holger Gies
16:30 Q 39.59 State transfer from a single photon to a quantum emitter and quantum cloning — •Marvin Gajewski, Thorsten Haase, and Gernot Alber
16:30 Q 39.60 Numerical calculation of Casimir interactions in complex geometries — •Bettina Beverungen, Philip Kristensen, Francesco Intravaia, and Kurt Busch
16:30 Q 39.61 Interplay between collective Lamb shift and hyperfine splitting in resonant x-ray scattering — •Petar Andrejić, Xiangjin Kong, and Adriana Pálffy
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