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International Workshop on Ultracold Group II atoms

The 6th International Workshop on Ultracold Group II atoms will be held in Paris Observatory, from Feb 22nd to Feb 24th 2016. It focuses on experiment and theory on cooling, trapping, and applications of ultracold Group II atomic species and related (Mg, Ca, Sr, Ba, Ra, Zn, Cd, Hg, Yb).

A central aspect of this workshop will be advents optical frequency standards with neutral atoms. It will also focus on molecular spectroscopy, quantum metrology and quantum simulations.

The conference serves as an international forum for researchers to extensively discuss the latest ideas, developments and applications.

L’inscription au colloque et la soumission d’abstracts sont ouvertes jusqu’au 7 février 2016 à l’adresse :https://indico.obspm.fr/event/1

Scientific Programme

The Workshop will focus on

  • Optical frequency standards with neutral atoms
  • Theory for frequency standards
  • Quantum gases
  • Ultracold molecules
  • Quantum simulations

The scientific committee is composed of

  • Paul Julienne (JQI)
  • Jun Ye (JILA)
  • Jan Thomsen (NBI)
  • Jérôme Lodewyck (SYRTE, Observatoire de Paris)

Confirmed speakers

L. De Sarlo (LNE-SYRTE)
M. Dietrich (Argonne National Laboratory)
L. Fallani (LENS)
S. Fölling (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität)
F. Gerbier (LKB, Collège de France)
S. Gupta (University of Washington)
J. Huston (Durham University)
T. Ido (NICT)
T. Killian (Rice University)
A. Koller (JILA)
C. Lisdat (PTB)
J. Lodewyck (LNE-SYRTE)
A. Ludlow (NIST)
R. Moszyński (University of Warsaw)
F. Schreck (University of Amsterdam)
M. Safronova (University of Delaware)
S. Taie (Kyoto University)
T. Takano (University of Tokyo)
J. Thompson (JILA)
J. Thomsen (Niels Bohr Institute)
G. Tino (LENS)
D. Wilkowski (Centre for Quantum Technologies)
T. Zelevinsky (Columbia University)
P. Zhang (Renmin University)

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