Humboldt Kolleg

Controlling quantum matter: From ultracold atoms to solids

July 29 - August 2, 2018, Vilnius, Lithuania

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Poster presentations

  1. Tomas Andrijauskas, Topological flux lattice from multi-frequency radiation 
  2. Vytautas Bubilaitis, Excited state relaxation in vibronic model for bacterial reaction center 
  3. Michele Burrello, PT-invariant Weyl semimetals 
  4. Yi-Hsin Chen, Enhanced Rydberg-EIT spectra in thermal vapors 
  5. Lauriane Chomaz, Observation of the roton mode in a dipolar quantum gas 
  6. Nir Davidson, Observation of Opto-mechanical Strain in a Cold Atomic Cloud 
  7. Marco Di Liberto, Particle-Hole Character of Higgs and Goldstone Modes in Strongly Interacting Lattice Bosons 
  8. Shimpei Endo, Universal few-body correlations in a Bose polaron 
  9. Mariusz Gajda, Self-bound Bose-Fermi Liquids 
  10. Genko Genov, Universally robust sequences for dynamical decoupling 
  11. Hamid Hamedi, Exchange of optical vortices using an EIT based four-wave mixing setup 
  12. Hamid Hamedi, Spatially varying optical transparency in a combined Lambda and tripod atom-light coupling scheme 
  13. Mantas Jakučionis, Vibrational damping effects on electronic energy relaxation in molecular aggregates 
  14. Rytis Juršėnas, Cold atoms with point-interactions: Supersingular rank four perturbations 
  15. Bongjune Kim, Study of light storage with Rydberg-state EIT in cold rubidium atoms 
  16. Teodora Kirova, Dipole-Dipole Interaction Strength and Dipole Blockade Radius using Förster Resonances in Rb Atoms 
  17. Teodora Kirova, Transit relaxation effect on Rydberg–EIT spectra in thermal 87Rb vapor 
  18. Andrey Kolovsky, Wannier-Stark states and topological phase transitions in tilted two-dimensional bipartite lattices 
  19. Andrey Kolovsky, Atomtronics: Landauer-Büttiker equation for bosonic carriers 
  20. Svajūnas Korsakas, Application of the Redfield relaxation equation for a time evolution of a simple excitonic system 
  21. Mažena Mackoit, Native point defects and impurities in hexagonal boron nitride 
  22. Jan Mostowski, Pauli crystals – a hidden symmetry of fermions 
  23. Mikko Möttönen, Synthetic electromagnetic knot in a three-dimensional skyrmion 
  24. Viktor Novičenko, High-frequency analysis of periodically driven quantum system with slowly varying amplitude 
  25. David Petrosyan, Simulating spin-lattice models with cold Rydberg atoms 
  26. Manolo Rivera, Fast spin-dependent transport of neutral atoms using quantum optimal control 
  27. Julius Ruseckas, Nonlinear quantum optics for spinor slow light 
  28. Grazia Salerno, Quantized Hall conductance in a one-dimensional atomic gas 
  29. Karolina Słowik, Spontaneous emission beyond electric dipole approximation: a Green’s tensor approach 
  30. Nur Ünal, Floquet Engineering of Optical Solenoids and Quantized Charge Pumping in 2D 
  31. Elena Yakshina, Coherence of the Borromean three-body Förster resonances in Rydberg atoms 
  32. Giedrius Žlabys, Optical Ladder Lattices With Tunable Flux 
  33. Jie Hu, Disorder-driven superradiance of a noninteracting Bose-Einstein condensate in an optical cavity 
  34. Qing Sun, Robust Larkin-Ovchinikov superfluidity in laser-assisted bilayer Fermi gases 
  35. Mantas Račiūnas, Charge fractionalization in small fractinal-Hall samples
  36. Lingna Wu, Temperature-dependent break-down of disorder-induced localization 

Organising institutions

Vilnius University
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Main sponsor

Supported by Alexander von Humboldt foundation


Supported by Research Council of Lithuania
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