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Continuous atomic sources and extreme cooling of atoms and molecules : techniques and applications

This conference brings together researchers and students to present and discuss new ideas for the production and application of ultra-cold atomic and molecular sources. Quantum gas experiments are becoming ever more demanding of technology introduced over 20 years ago. The aims of this session are to produce a coherent picture of future paths for development, to elucidate the cold atom source requirements of quantum sensors, and to generate new ideas for cooling and trapping through informal discussion.

Participation numbers are limited by the venue, with a significant number of PhD and Postdoc places allocated.

All oral presentations will be 30 minutes (25 minutes presentation with 5 minutes of questions). Abstracts should be a single page or less, can be in any format, and may include a figure. Poster presentations are also encouraged to facilitate further discussions. The program will allow ample time for science, skiing and informal discussions.

Please contact Associate Prof. Nick Robins if you are interested in attending, as there are still a few places remaining.

Organisers :

  • Nicholas P. Robins, Australian National University, Canberra, Australie
  • Florian Schreck, University of Amsterdam, NL
  • David Guéry-Odelin, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, FR

Voir en ligne : Site de la conférence