Events of CCQED Partners

Workshop on Cavity Optomechanics, 4-6 November 2013 in Innsbruck

  • This workshop is co-organized by CCQED Partner UIBK. The workshop plans to bring together experts from both areas of research to stimulate the mutual exchange, define future routes towards combining the assets of both fields and to discuss existing approaches. More information is available here.

Benasque Workshop on Quantum Simulations, 29 September – 4 October 2013

  • Main organizer of this Workshop is CCQED partner UPV/EHU. The goal of the Workshop on Quantum Simulations is to gather the leading and interested scientists in theory and experiments on quantum simulations with an open interdisciplinary scope. For more information go to the workshop website.

Diamant Conference, 20-23 May 2013 in Budapest (Hungary)

  • The conference, which will take place from 20-23 May 2013 in Budapest, is the mid-term conference of the Diamant Project (diamant based atomic nanotechnologies), an EU FP7 ICT. Partialy, also the work of the CCQED network will be discussed at the conference. For more information please visit the conference website.

Workshop on Quantum Simulations, 22 – 25 October 2012 in Bilbao (Spain)

  • The Workshop organized by CCQED Partner UPV/EHU aims to attract the interest of the international community on interdisciplinary quantum simulations. The event topics include fundamentals in quantum simulations, mathematical developments, and applied implementations in all physical setups: trapped ions, neutral atoms, photons, superconducting circuits, quantum dots, among others. We will have 30 international invited speakers and expect to host until 100 participants, with contributed talks and poster sessions. For more information about venue, accommodation, abstract/poster submission, and registration, see details in our event website.

Workshop on Dynamics and asymptotics in the Dicke model and quantum networks, 03 – 07 May 2012 in Mátráháza (Hungary)

  • The workshop organized by CCQED Partner RISSPO is devoted to the discussion of dynamical properties, phase transitions and asymptotics in coupled few-body and many-body quantum optical systems as well as in general quantum networks and quantum walks. Special attention is paid to the ultrastrong coupling regime of cavity QED, being the viable platform of the Dicke model, and to Casimir forces and atom-surface interactions.Learn more about the workshop here