Welcome to the CSQM Workshop

Workshop

 

Continuous sources of quantum matter

 

11.03. - 13.03.2013

Workshop

 

Continuous sources of quantum matter

 

11.03. - 13.03.2013

ABOUT THE WORKSHOP

The recent achievements made by several groups that implement continuous and non-standard methods to slow down and cool atoms and molecules has triggered the idea of starting a dialog, especially focusing on these methods and their prospects. With this workshop we want to address groups working on all kinds of such (quasi-)continuous or in other respect novel approaches to the production of quantum degenerate and ultra-cold samples of atoms and molecules. Our goal is to bring together people from these different fields to get in touch, share their ideas, and find synergies and possibilities for collaborations. The general idea is that we have a number of longer introductory / tutorial talks from the PIs of the participating groups, some shorter contributions by students, a poster session and of course enough time for discussions. The topics of the workshop can cover everything that is interesting and related to the field, e.g.

  • deceleration of molecules and atoms
  • ultracold guided beams
  • sisyphus cooling techniques
  • continuous trap loading mechanisms
  • all-optical approaches to BEC

LIST OF INVITED SPEAKERS

Dr. Sotir Chervenkov
Max-Planck-Institut für Quantenoptik
85748 Garching
A Centrifuge Decelerator: Slowing down Continuous Beams of Cold Polar Molecules with an Inertial Force

Dr. Barbara G.U. Englert
Max-Planck-Institut für Quantenoptik
85748 Garching
Sisyphus Cooling of Electrically Trapped Polyatomic Molecules

Prof. Dr. David Guéry-Odelin
Laboratoire de Collisions - Agrégats - Réactivité
Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse
Matter wave guiding

Dr. Börge Hemmerling
Department of Physics
Havard University
Toward Ultracold CaF

Dr. Thomas Vanderbruggen
ICFO - The Institute of Photonic Sciences 
University of California
A continuous sources of cold spin-polarized cold atoms

Dr. Ed Narevacius
Weizmann Institute of Science
Israel

Prof. Dr. Georg Raithel
Physics Department
University of Michigan
Cold, guided atoms

Prof. Dr. Mark Raizen
Department of Physics
University of Texas
Controlling Matter with Maxwell´s Demon

Dr. Simon Stellmer
Institut für Quantenoptik und Quanteninformation
Innsbruck
Quantum-degenerate Strontium

Dr. Nicolas Vanhaecke
Fritz-Haber-Institut
Max-Planck-Gesellschaft Berlin
Molecular beam slowing experiments


SCIENTIFIC ORGANIZERS

apl. Prof. Dr. Carsten Klempt
Wiss. Mitarbeiterinnen/Mitarbeiter
Adresse
Welfengarten 1
30167 Hannover
Gebäude
Raum
apl. Prof. Dr. Carsten Klempt
Wiss. Mitarbeiterinnen/Mitarbeiter
Adresse
Welfengarten 1
30167 Hannover
Gebäude
Raum