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Q: Fachverband Quantenoptik und Photonik

Q 22: Poster II

Dienstag, 7. März 2023, 16:30–19:00, Empore Lichthof

16:30 Q 22.1 Conformal duality of Bose-Einstein condensates with two- and three-body interactions — •David Reinhardt, Matthias Meister, Dean Lee, and Wolfgang P. Schleich
16:30 Q 22.2 Matter-wave lensing of shell-shaped Bose-Einstein condensates — •Patrick Boegel, Alexander Wolf, Matthias Meister, and Maxim Efremov
16:30 Q 22.3 Understanding the dynamics of quantum mixtures for dual species atom interferometry in space — •Priyanka Guggilam.L, Jonas Böhm, Baptist Piest, Ernst Rasel.M, and the MAIUS team
16:30 Q 22.4 Non-equilibrium steady states of driven dissipative quantum gases beyond ultraweak coupling — •Adrian Köhler, André Eckardt, and Alexander Schnell
16:30 Q 22.5 Compressibility and the equation of state of an optical quantum gas in a box — •Leon Espert Miranda, Erik Busley, Andreas Redmann, Christian Kurtscheid, Kirankumar Karkihalli Umesh, Frank Vewinger, Martin Weitz, and Julian Schmitt
16:30 Q 22.6 Bath engineering in atomic quantum gas mixtures — •Lorenz Wanckel, Alexander Schnell, and André Eckardt
16:30 Q 22.7 Vortex Motion and Annihilation in Holographic SuperfluidsPaul Wittmer, Christian-Marcel Schmied, •Martin Zboron, Thomas Gasenzer, and Carlo Ewerz
16:30 Q 22.8 Dynamical phases in an atom-cavity system: From time crystals to dark states — •Jim Skulte, Phatthamon Kongkhambut, Richelle J.L. Tuquero, Hans Keßler, Jayson G. Cosme, Andreas Hemmerich, and Ludwig Mathey
16:30 Q 22.9 Dynamical light-matter phases in an atom-cavity platform — •Phatthamon Kongkhambut, Hans Keßler, Jim Skulte, Ludwig Mathey, Jayson G. Cosme, and Andreas Hemmerich
16:30 Q 22.10 Vortex splitting, not stirring — •Lars Arne Schäfer
16:30 Q 22.11 Constructing a matter-wave microscope for lithium atoms featuring a highly tunable optical lattice — •Mathis Fischer, Nora Bidzinski, Justus Brüggenjürgen, Luca Asteria, Henrik Zahn, Marcel Kosch, Klaus Sengstock, and Christof Weitenberg
16:30 Q 22.12 Towards a K39 Quantum gas microscope — •Ruben Erlenstedt, Scott Hubele, Martin Schlederer, Alexandra Mozdzen, Guillaume Salomon, and Henning Moritz
16:30 Q 22.13 A functional renormalization group approach to non-thermal fixed points in an ultracold Bose gas — •Aleksandr N. Mikheev, Jan M. Pawlowski, and Thomas Gasenzer
16:30 Q 22.14 Non-thermal fixed points of universal sine-Gordon coarsening dynamicsPhilipp Heinen, Aleksandr N. Mikheev, Christian-Marcel Schmied, and •Thomas Gasenzer
16:30 Q 22.15 A sodium potassium mixture experiment for simulating polaron physics — •Jan Kilinc, Lilo Höcker, Lorenz Hahn, Joris Hoffmann, Maurus Hans, Helmut Strobel, and Markus Oberthaler
16:30 Q 22.16 Non equilibrium dynamics of bosons populating higher bands of an optical lattice — •José Vargas, Car Hippler, and Andreas Hemmerich
16:30 Q 22.17 Effective Model of Phase Excitations in a 1D Spin-1 BEC Far from EquilibriumIdo Siovitz, •Hannes Köper, Aleksandr Mikheev, Philipp Heinen, Stefan Lannig, Yannick Deller, Helmut Strobel, Markus Oberthaler, and Thomas Gasenzer
16:30 Q 22.18 Stability analysis of a periodically driven ultra-cold Bose gas — •Larissa Schwarz, Simon B. Jäger, Dimo Claude, Imke Schneider, and Sebastian Eggert
16:30 Q 22.19 Study of a matter wave neural network — •Moritz Sträter, Niklas Käming, Klaus Sengstock, and Christof Weitenberg
16:30 Q 22.20 A Rydberg Atom in a BEC — •Aileen A. T. Durst and Matthew T. Eiles
16:30 Q 22.21 Pattern formation and symmetry breaking in a periodically driven 2D BEC — •Nikolas Liebster, Marius Sparn, Elinor Kath, Maurus Hans, Keisuke Fujii, Sarah Görlitz, Helmut Strobel, Tilman Enss, and Markus Oberthaler
  16:30 Q 22.22 The contribution has been withdrawn.
16:30 Q 22.23 Quantum many-body scars in a Bose-Hubbard quantum simulator — •Guoxian Su, Jean-Yves Desaules, Ana Hudomal, Aiden Daniel, Jad Halimeh, Zhen-Sheng Yuan, Jian-Wei Pan, and Zlatko Papic
16:30 Q 22.24 Entropy extraction in spinor Bose gases — •Yannick Deller, Moritz Reh, Stefan Lannig, Alexander Schmutz, David Feiz, Helmut Strobel, Martin Gärttner, and Markus K. Oberthaler
16:30 Q 22.25 Observation of edge states in topological Floquet systems — •Johannes Arceri, Christoph Braun, Alexander Hesse, Raphaël Saint-Jalm, Immanuel Bloch, and Monika Aidelsburger
16:30 Q 22.26 Self-oscillating pump in a topological dissipative atom-cavity system — •Justyna Stefaniak, Davide Dreon, Alexander Baumgaertner, Simon Hertlein, Xiangliang Li, Tobias Donner, and Tilman Esslinger
16:30 Q 22.27 Stability and vulnerability of quantum gases along the BEC-BCS crossover with quenched disorder — •Felix Lang, Jennifer Koch, Sian Barbosa, and Artur Widera
16:30 Q 22.28 Report on an Erbium-Lithium machineFlorian Kiesel and •Alexandre De Martino
16:30 Q 22.29 Towards quantum simulation with strontium atoms — •Thies Plassmann, Meny Menashes, Leon Schaefer, and Guillaume Salomon
16:30 Q 22.30 Pair correlations in a strongly interacting two-component Fermi gas — •Manuel Jäger and Johannes Hecker Denschlag
16:30 Q 22.31 Solving the Floquet matrix for driven optical lattices — •Anna Lena Hauschild, Niklas Köming, Corinna Menz, Christof Weitenberg, and Klaus Sengstock
16:30 Q 22.32 Observation of Chiral Edge Current Suppression for Strongly Interacting Fermions in Hall Ladder Systems — •Marcel Diem, Tobias Petersen, Nejira Pintul, Benjamin Abeln, Koen Sponselee, Oscar Murzewitz, Klaus Sengstock, and Christoph Becker
16:30 Q 22.33 Heidelberg Quantum Architecture: Fast and modular quantum simulation — •Tobias Hammel, Maximilian Kaiser, Vivienne Leidel, Micha Bunjes, Matthias Weidemüller, and Selim Jochim
16:30 Q 22.34 Ultracold Fermi Gases in Box Potentials — •Rene Henke, Hauke Biss, Cesar Cabrera, Lennart Sobirey, Niclas Luick, and Henning Moritz
16:30 Q 22.35 Engineering of lattice models with local control in fermionic quantum gas microscopes — •Si Wang, Sarah Hirthe, Dominik Bourgund, Petar Bojovic, Thomas Chalopin, Immanuel Bloch, and Timon Hilker
16:30 Q 22.36 Towards fast, deterministic preparation of few-fermion states — •Vivienne Leidel, Tobias Hammel, Maximilian Kaiser, Micha Bunjes, Matthias Weidemüller, and Selim Jochim
16:30 Q 22.37 Emergence of collective excitations in few Fermion systems — •Johannes Reiter, Philipp Lunt, Paul Hill, Philipp Preiss, and Selim Jochim
  16:30 Q 22.38 The contribution has been withdrawn.
16:30 Q 22.39 Feshbach molecules in an orbital optical lattice — •Max Hachmann, Yann Kiefer, and Andreas Hemmerich
16:30 Q 22.40 Cavity-based Quantum Processor: Engineering Entanglement with Programmable Connectivity — •Marvin Holten, Stephan Roschinski, Johannes Schabbauer, Davide Natale, Giacomo Hvaring, Iris Haubold, Nicole Heider, Alexander Heiss, and Julian Leonard
16:30 Q 22.41 Preparation for the Integration of the BECCAL Laser System — •Marc Kitzmann, Victoria Henderson, Tim Kroh, Jakob Pohl, Matthias Schoch, Christoph Weise, Hrudya Thaivalappil Sunilkumar, Hamish Beck, Bastian Leykauf, Evgeny Kovalchuk, Achim Peters, and the BECCAL Collaboration
16:30 Q 22.42 A narrow linewidth and high power lasersystem for dual-species atom interferometry — •Wei Liu, Alexander Herbst, Henning Albers, Ashwin Rajagopalan, Knut Stolzenberg, Sebastian Bode, Ernst.M. Rasel, and Dennis Schlippert
16:30 Q 22.43 Rapid generation and number-resolved detection of spinor Rubidium Bose-Einstein condensatesCebrail Pür, Mareike Hetzel, •Martin Quensen, Andreas Hüper, Jiao Geng, Wolfgang Ertmer, and Carsten Klempt
16:30 Q 22.44 Light-induced correlations in ultracold dipolar atoms — •Ishan Varma, Marvin Proske, Dimitra Cristea, Nivedith Anil, and Patrick Windpassinger
16:30 Q 22.45 Two-dimensional grating magneto-optical trap — •Aaditya Mishra, Hendrik Heine, Joseph Muchovo, Julian Lemburg, Kai Bruns, Waldemar Herr, Christian Schubert, and Ernst M. Rasel
16:30 Q 22.46 Chip-Scale Quantum Gravimeter — •Julian Lemburg, Hendrik Heine, Joseph Muchovo, Aaditya Mishra, Kai Bruns, Ernst M. Rasel, Waldemar Herr, and Christian Schubert
16:30 Q 22.47 Realization of an optical accordion for ultracold atoms — •Carole Peiffer, Felix Lang, Sian Barbosa, Jennifer Koch, and Artur Widera
16:30 Q 22.48 A compact and robust fiber-based laser system for cold atom experiments in microgravity — •Janina Hamann, Jan Simon Haase, Jens Kruse, and Carsten Klempt
16:30 Q 22.49 Laser systems for photoassociation spectroscopy of cold Hg-atoms — •Rudolf Homm and Thomas Walther
16:30 Q 22.50 Ultracold Bose gases in temporally and spatially modulated Potentials — •Marco Decker, Erik Bernhart, Marvin Röhrle, and Herwig Ott
16:30 Q 22.51 Sideband Thermometry on Ion Crystals — •Ivan Vybornyi, Laura Dreissen, Daniel Vadlejch, Tanja Mehlstäubler, and Klemens Hammerer
16:30 Q 22.52 Invisible flat bands on a topological chiral edge — •Youjiang Xu, Irakli Titvinidze, and Walter Hofstetter
16:30 Q 22.53 Optical simulations for highly sensitive atom interferometry — •Gabriel Müller, Stefan Seckmeyer, and Naceur Gaaloul
16:30 Q 22.54 Green’s functions formulation of Floquet topological invariants — •Marcus Meschede, Helena Drüeke, and Dieter Bauer
16:30 Q 22.55 Light-induced correlations in cold dysprosium atoms — •Nivedith Anil, Marvin Proske, Ishan Varma, Dimitra Cristea, and Patrick Windpassinger
16:30 Q 22.56 Borromean states in a one-dimensional three-body system — •Tobias Schnurrenberger, Lucas Happ, and Maxim Efremov
16:30 Q 22.57 Snapshot-based detection of hidden off-diagonal long-range order on latticesFabian Pauw, •Felix A. Palm, Annabelle Bohrdt, Sebastian Paeckel, and Fabian Grusdt
16:30 Q 22.58 Few fermions in an arbitrary potential — •Jonas Herkel, Sandra Brandstetter, Carl Heintze, Keerthan Subramanian, and Selim Jochim
16:30 Q 22.59 Commercial Off-The-Shelf Replicate of the BECCAL Laser System for Cold Atom Experiments on the ISS — •Hamish Beck, Victoria Henderson, Tim Kroh, Jakob Pohl, Matthias Schoch, Christoph Weise, Hrudya Thaivalappil Sunilkumar, Marc Kitzmann, Bastian Leykauf, Evgeny Kovalchuk, Achim Peters, and the BECCAL Collaboration
16:30 Q 22.60 Cryogenic system for Rydberg quantum optics — •Cedric Wind, Julia Gamper, Valerie Mauth, Florian Pausewang, Tore Homeyer, Hannes Busche, and Sebastian Hofferberth
16:30 Q 22.61 Rydberg superatoms for waveguide QED — •Nina Stiesdal, Lukas Ahlheit, Anna Spier, Jan de Haan, Kevin Kleinbeck, Jan Kumlin, Hans-Peter Büchler, and Sebastian Hofferberth
16:30 Q 22.62 Rydberg quantum optics in ultracold Ytterbium gases — •Thilina Muthu-arachchige, Xin Wang, Jonas Ceislick, Katherina Gillen, and Sebastian Hofferberth
16:30 Q 22.63 Level statistics and entanglement entropy of Rydberg dressed bosons in a triple-well potential — •Tianyi Yan, Matthew Colllins, Rejish Nath, and Weibin Li
16:30 Q 22.64 Chiral Rydberg State in cold atoms for chiral sensing.Stefan Aull, Steffen Giesen, •Peter Zahariev, Robert Berger, and Kilian Singer
  16:30 Q 22.65 The contribution has been withdrawn.
16:30 Q 22.66 Stability of quantum degenerate fermionic polar molecules with and without microwave shielding — •Antun Balaž and Axel Pelster
16:30 Q 22.67 Creating auto-ponderomotive potentials for electron beam manipulation — •Franz Schmidt-Kaler, Michael Seidling, Robert Zimmermann, Nils Bode, and Peter Hommelhoff
16:30 Q 22.68 Coulomb effects in ultrashort few electron pulses — •Stefan Meier, Jonas Heimerl, and Peter Hommelhoff
16:30 Q 22.69 Coherent Light-Electron Interaction in an SEM — •Maxim Sirotin, Tomáš Chlouba, Roy Shiloh, and Peter Hommelhoff
16:30 Q 22.70 Simulation of expanding BECs and matter-wave lensing — •Nico Schwersenz and Albert Roura
16:30 Q 22.71 High-order harmonic generation in gases with µJ laser pulses — •Matthias Meier, Philip Dienstbier, Yuya Morimoto, Francesco Tani, and Peter Hommelhoff
16:30 Q 22.72 The Parity Interferometer — •Freyja Ullinger and Matthias Zimmermann
16:30 Q 22.73 Dynamics of quantum gases mixtures in space experiments — •Annie Pichery, Matthias Meister, Eric Charron, and Naceur Gaaloul
  16:30 Q 22.74 The contribution has been withdrawn (duplicate of Q 22.76).
16:30 Q 22.75 Stability of bound states in the continuum in one-dimensional resonator — •Ekaterina Maslova, Mikhail Rybin, Andrey Bogdanov, and Zarina Sadrieva
16:30 Q 22.76 Deep Learning Accelerated FDFD Simulations in Context of Inverse-Design Algorithms — •Lukas Schulte, Marco Butz, and Carsten Schuck
16:30 Q 22.77 Inverse design of dielectric laser accelerators and Smith-Purcell radiators — •Manuel Konrad, Michael Seidling, Urs Haeusler, Roy Shiloh, and Peter Hommelhoff
16:30 Q 22.78 Suppression of soliton-fission by a Zeno-like effect — •Niklas Bahr, Stephanie Willms, Ihar Babushkin, Uwe Morgner, Oliver Melchert, and Ayhan Demircan
  16:30 Q 22.79 The contribution has been withdrawn.
16:30 Q 22.80 Integrated optical waveguides for the near-ultraviolet to blue visible spectral range for chip-based trapped-ion quantum computers — •Pascal Gehrmann, Anastasiia Sorokina, Carl-Frederik Grimpe, Guochun Du, Tunahan Gök, Radhakant Singh, Pragya Sah, Babita Negi, Maxim Lipkin, Stephan Suckow, Elena Jordan, Steffen Sauer, Tanja Mehlstäubler, and Stefanie Kroker
16:30 Q 22.81 Anisotropic properties of light-propelled microswimmers — •Elena Vinnemeier, Matthias Rüschenbaum, Cornelia Denz, and Jörg Imbrock
16:30 Q 22.82 Photonic integrated receiver concept for quantum communication — •Marco Dietrich, Bastian Hacker, Jonas Pudelko, Ömer Bayraktar, Francesco Morichetti, and Christoph Marquardt
16:30 Q 22.83 Ultra-low-loss non-reciprocal devices based on acousto-optic interaction in fiber null-couplers — •Riccardo Pennetta, Martin Blaha, Jürgen Volz, and Arno Rauschenbeutel
16:30 Q 22.84 Fabrication of Computer-Generated Nanophotonic Devices — •David Lemli, Marco Butz, and Carsten Schuck
16:30 Q 22.85 Optical reservoir computing with incoherent optical memory — •Mingwei Yang, Elizabeth Robertson, Leon Meßner, Norman Vincenz Ewald, Luisa Esguerra, and Janik Wolters
16:30 Q 22.86 Structuring hydrogels by two-photon lithography inside microfluidic channels for cell migration experiments — •Elena Bekker, Dustin Dzikonski, Riccardo Zamboni, Jörg Imbrock, and Cornelia Denz
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