Programme

Monday 19 March

   
08:00    

Registration

09:00

(Invited) Topological photonics: from integer to fractional quantum Hall effects with light
Iacopo Carusotto, INO-CNR BEC Center, Italy

09:30

(Invited) Topological properties of cavity polaritons in 1D lattices
Jacqueline Bloch, CNRS/Université Paris Sud, France

10:00

Hybrid Nb-InGaAs 2DEG-Nb ballistic Josephson junctions for scalable topological quantum processing
Kaveh Delfanazari, University of Cambridge, UK

10:20

Topological properties of a dense atomic lattice gas
Beatriz Olmos, University of Nottingham, UK

10:40

Coffee break

11:10

(Invited) Enhancement of polariton interactions using fractional quantum Hall states
Atac Imamoglu, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

11:40

(Invited) Polariton polarization effects in 2D Lieb lattice and 1D topological zigzag chain of photonic microcavities
Dmitry Krizhanovskii, University of Sheffield, UK) 

12:10

Lunch, exhibition and posters

14:00

(Invited) Static and dynamic lattices for microcavity polaritons
Paulo Santos, Paul-Drude-Institut für Festkörperelektronik, Germany

14:30

(Invited) Topological states in the strong-coupling limit
Karyn Le Hur, Ecole Polytechnique and CNRS, France

15:00

Single-photon ps-correlations of exciton-polariton emission in acoustic lattices
Alexander Kuznetsov, Paul-Drude-Institut für Festkörperelektronik, Germany

15:20

Topological phases in the non-Hermitian Su-Schrieffer-Heeger model
Simon Lieu, Imperial College London, UK

15:40

Coffee break

16:10

(Invited) Synthetic spin orbit interaction for Majorana devices
Takis Kontos, CNRS/ENS, France

16:40

(Invited) Driven nonlinear cavities for quantum computation and simulations
Shruti Puri, Yale University, USA

17:10

(Invited) On-chip microwave spectroscopy: the toolset to identify topological superconductivity
Attila Geresdi, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

17:40

(Invited) Topology and adiabatic limit in slowly driven quantum systems
Babak Seradjeh, Indiana University, USA

18:10

Interacting topological insulators: the Su-Schrieffer-Heeger-Hubbard model for dopants in silicon
Nguyen Le, University of Surrey, UK

18:30

Exhibition, posters and reception

20:00

Conference dinner

   

Tuesday 20 March

   
 09:00

(Invited) Hybrid Dirac photons in topological orbital lattices
Alberto Amo, PhLAM - CNRS - Université de Lille, France

09:30

(Invited) Superconducting quantum simulator for topological order and the Toric code
Michael Hartmann, Heriot-Watt University, UK

10:00

Quantum Spin Hall effect analog for vortices in an interacting bosonic quantum fluid
Olivier Bleu, Institut Pascal, University Clermont Auvergne, France

10:20

A novel platform for quantum optics and quantum information using topological insulator nanostructures
Marie Rider, Imperial College London, UK

10:40

Coffee break

11:10

(Invited) The dispersive ultra-strong coupling regime between two bosonic fields and is applications
Perola Milman, Université Paris Diderot, CNRS, France

11:40

(Invited) Random access quantum information processors using multimode circuit quantum electrodynamics
Srivatsan Chakram, The University of Chicago, USA

12:10

Lunch, exhibition and posters

14:00

(Invited) 2D polariton lattices designed for Dirac-cone and flatband dispersions: A versatile platform for topological photonics
Sven Hofling, University of St Andrews, UK

14:30

(Invited) Topological multi-terminal Josephson junctions
Julia Meyer, University of Grenoble, France

15:00

Optical chern insulators from conical refraction
Robert Mc Guinness, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

15:20

Hybridization of bound states in a TSC/TI/TSC junction
Konstantin Yavilberg, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

15:40

Coffee break

16:10

(Invited) Double-sided coaxial circuit QED for quantum computing
Peter Leek, University of Oxford, UK

16:40

Analog quantum simulation of the Rabi model in the ultra-strong coupling regime
Martin Weides, University of Glasgow, UK

17:00

Close of meeting

Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline: [extended]
    1 March 2018
  • Registration deadline:
    13 March 2018