Open Quantum Systems: From atomic nuclei to ultracold atoms and quantum optics

from Monday, 30 September 2019 (08:30) to Friday, 4 October 2019 (18:00)
ECT* - Villa Tambosi (Meeting room)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
30 Sep 2019
1 Oct 2019
2 Oct 2019
3 Oct 2019
4 Oct 2019
AM
08:30 Registration   (Meeting room)
09:00 Introduction   (Meeting room)
09:30 Giant Resonances in Highly Excited Nuclei - PrimeExamples for Various Decay Modes of Open Quantum Systems - Prof. Achim Richter (TU Darmstadt)   (Meeting room)
10:20 --- Coffee break ---
10:50 Juggling with single atoms to understand many body systems - Prof. Selim Jochim (U Heidelberg)   (Meeting room)
11:40 --- Lunch ---
09:30 Superconducting circuits as testbeds for atomic physics and quantum optics - Prof. Joachim Ankerhold (Ulm U)   (Meeting room)
10:20 --- Coffee break ---
10:50 Toward the understanding of near-threshold collectivity - Dr Marek Ploszajczak (GANIL)   (Meeting room)
11:40 --- Lunch ---
09:30 From correlations to universality - Dr Alejandro Kievsky (INFN Pisa)   (Meeting room)
10:20 --- Coffee break ---
10:50 Small helium clusters studied by Coulomb explosion imaging - Dr Maksim Kunitski (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main)   (Meeting room)
11:40 --- Lunch ---
10:20 --- Coffee break ---
10:50 A single atom and the radiation field of free space – an experimental study - Prof. Gerd Leuchs (Max Planck Institute For The Science Of Light)   (Meeting room)
11:40 --- Lunch ---
09:30 The Quantum Cheshire Cat effect: Can properties of quantum systems be delocalized? - Prof. Alexandre Matzkin (CNRS)   (Meeting room)
10:20 --- Coffee break ---
10:50 Applying Open Quantum Systems Techniques to Density Matrix Minimization - Mr Jacob Leamer (Tulane University)   (Meeting room)
11:40 --- Lunch ---
PM
14:00 Changing decay mode with excitation energy for two-proton decay - Dr Kyle Brown (MSU)   (Meeting room)
14:50 --- Coffee break ---
15:20 Coherent and chaotic dynamics of open quantum systems - Prof. Alexander Volya (FSU)   (Meeting room)
16:10 Influence functional approaches to quantum and classical open systems - Dr Gerard McCaul (Tulane U)   (Meeting room)
14:00 Nuclear Astrophysics experiment with Trojan Horse Method - Dr Giovanni Luca Guardo (INFN-LNS)   (Meeting room)
14:50 --- Coffee break ---
15:20 Description of few-nucleon systems by solving Faddeev-Yakubovsky equation - Dr Rimantas Lazauskas (CNRS Strasbourg)   (Meeting room)
16:10 Open effective field theories and universalit - Prof. Hans-Werner Hammer (TU Darmstadt)   (Meeting room)
14:00 Topological framework for directional amplification in one-dimensional coupled cavity arrays - Mrs Clara Wanjura (University Of Cambridge)   (Meeting room)
14:50 --- Coffee break ---
15:20 Nuclear scattering and reactions from ab initio no-core shell model with continuum - Dr Petr Navratil (TRIUMF)   (Meeting room)
16:10 Quantum computing of nuclear dynamics - Prof. Francesco Pederiva (Trento University)   (Meeting room)
14:00 Low energy n scattering on light nuclei and 19B as a 17B-n-n three-body system close to unitary limit - Dr Jaume Carbonell (CNRS/IPN Orsay)   (Meeting room)
14:50 --- Coffee break ---
15:20 Toward an in-medium effective field theory for the nuclear shell model - Dr Kevin Fossez (MSU)   (Meeting room)
16:10 Mixed Quantum-Classical Nonrelativistic open quantum systems: a field theoretic approach - Prof. Pietro Faccioli (Trento University)   (Meeting room)