Poster programme

Please note the posters will be on display throughout the duration of the conference.

The exhibition will take place on Tuesday 5 and Wednesday 6 September 2017.

P1. Relativistic calculations of K-shell photoionization cross-sections for 1632S at 59.6 keV excitation energy
Sahnoune Yassine, Mohamed El Bachir El Ibrahimi University, Algeria

P2. 3D control of atomic populations from structured light and darkness
Adam Selyem, University of Glasgow, UK 

P3. Light Scattering from Chiral Molecules
Neel Mackinnon, University of Glasgow, UK

P4. Atom-light interaction in thermal Rubidium vapours confinedto a volume less than λ3
William Hamlyn, Durham University, UK 

P5. Excitation of positronium: from the ground state to Rydberg levels
Ben Marshall, Swansea University, UK 

P6. A compact inertial sensor using atom interferometry
Indranil Dutta, Imperial College London, UK 

P7. Vacuum friction and other surprises emerging from the Roentgen interaction term
Matthias Sonnleitner, University of Glasgow, UK 

P8. Creating a superfluid by kinetically driving an insulator
Charles Creffield, Universidad Complutense, Spain 

P9. Towards high resolution spectroscopy of N2+
Amy Gardner, University of Sussex, UK 

P10. Conditional quasi-exact solvability of the quantum planar pendulum and of its anti-isospectral hyperbolic counterpart
Marjansadat Mirahmadi, Freie Universität Berlin/Technische Universität Berlin, Germany 

P11. Fresnel holography for atomic waveguides
Victoria Henderson, University of Strathclyde, UK

P12. Progress towards a trapped atom clock guided interferometer
Hector Mas, University of Crete/IESL FORTH, Greece

P13. Towards a BEC-ONF Quantum Interface
Alexandros C Alampounti, Swansea University, UK

P14. Spatially dependent Electromagnetically Induced Transparency
Francesco Castellucci, University of Glasgow, UK

P15. Interferometry with ultra-cold atoms in a BEC using optical waveguides
Richard Moore, University of Liverpool, UK

P16. Dynamics of a quantum system driven by multiple harmonic fields
German Sinuco, University of Sussex, UK

P17. Ultracold atoms as a quantum transport simulator subject to classical noise fields
Christopher Gill, University of Birmingham, UK

P18. A Gravity Gradiometer based on an NPL Rb Atomic Fountain
Jonathan Tinsley, University of Liverpool, UK

P19. Design and construction of an Atom Interferometer at the University of Liverpool
Andrew Carroll, University of Liverpool, UK

P20. Potential landscaping for ultracold atoms using Holographic Optical Traps
Graham Bruce, University of St Andrews, UK

P21. An ultracold mixture of Cs and Yb: Towards quantum simulation with ultracold 2Σ molecules
Alex Guttridge, Durham University, UK

P22. Towards coherent splitting and recombination of bright solitary matter waves
Oliver Wales, Durham University, UK

P23. A quantum-gas microscope for fermionic potassium-40
Bruno Peaudecerf, University of Strathclyde, UK

P24. Efficient loading and characterisation of laser-cooled Rubidium Atoms within Hollow-Core Photonic-Crystal Fibre
Philip Light, University of Adelaide, Australia

P25. An ε-pseudoclassical model for quantum resonances in a cold dilute atomic gasperiodically driven by finite-duration standing-wave laser pulses
Benjamin Beswick, Durham University, UK

P26. Compact cold-atoms interferometer for gravimetry
Clemens Rammeloo, University of Birmingham, UK

P27. Laser cooling a molecular beam of YbF for measurement of the electron electric dipole moment
Jongseok Lim, Imperial College London, UK 

P28. Stark-tuned Förster resonances in collisions of NH3 with He Rydberg atoms
Stephen Hogan, University College London, UK

P29. Relativistic Electron Vortices
Steve Barnett, University of Glasgow, UK

P30. Proposed optical realization of a two photon, four-qubit entangled  state
Atirach Ritboon, University of Glasgow, UK

P31. Unusual Electromagnetic Disturbances
Robert Cameron, University of Glasgow, UK

P32. Thermal Rydberg Vapours for terahertz sensing and imaging
Lucy Downes, Durham University, UK

P33. Time-reversal symmetric work distributions for closed quantum dynamics in the histories framework
Harry Miller, University of Exeter, UK

P34. Propagation of laser light through glass capillaries for ultraviolet microbeams
Mitsuyoshi Matsubara, Toho University, Japan

P35. Accurate mass measurement of an optically levitated nanoparticle
Christopher Dawson, Swansea University, UK

P36. Efficient tracking, imaging and recognition of faces with a single-pixel camera
John Jeffers, University of Strathclyde, UK

P37. Particle statistics and lossy dynamics of ultracold atoms in optical lattices
Jorge Yago Malo, University of Strathclyde, UK

P38. Nonuniform currents and spins of relativistic electron vortices in a magnetic field
Jorg B Goette, Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, Germany

P39. High energy and efficiency proton acceleration via an enhanced hybrid laser-ion acceleration mechanism
Adam Higginson, University of Strathclyde, UK

P40. Deriving a correlation between the emission intensities of molecular nitrogen species and the metastables of argon and helium using optical spectroscopy
Laurence Scally, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland

P41. Effect of target thickness on the absorption of laser energy and escaping electrons in the interaction between ultra-intense laser pulses and overdense plasma targets
Samuel Williamson, University of Strathclyde, UK

P42. Theoretical study of the splitting of electromagnetically induced transparency window of Rb vapor in an external magnetic field
Paramjit Kaur, Guru Nanak Dev University, India

P43. Can boson sampling tell us anything about the difficulty of simulating XY spin Hamiltonians?
Thomas Brougham, University of Glasgow, UK

P44. Entanglement enhancement for continuous-variable measurement-based quantum information processing through multi-rail noise reduction
Shin-Tza Wu, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan

P45. From retrodiction to bayesian quantum imaging
Fiona Speirits, University of Glasgow, UK

P46. Holographic quantum imaging
Gergely Ferenczi, University of Glasgow, UK

P47. Axiomatic approach to sequential measurements
Kieran Flatt, University of Glasgow, UK

P48. How fast are photons that carry orbital angular momentum?
Thomas Roger, Heriot-Watt University, UK

P49. Novel ion trap design with an integrated optical fibre cavity and a tunable ion-cavity coupling
Costas Christoforou, University of Sussex, UK

P50. Achromatic vector vortex beams generated from Fresnel cones
Neal Radwell, University of Glasgow, UK

P51. Minimum-error discrimination of single-qubit mixed states
Graeme Weir, University of Glasgow, UK

P52. Attosecond Hong-Ou-Mandel Interferometry
Ashley Lyons, Heriot-Watt Univeristy, UK

P53. Single atom imaging with a sCMOS camera
Craig Picken, University of Strathclyde, UK

P54. The roles of coarse-graining in the properties of Markovian master equations
James Cresser, University of Glasgow, UK

P55. Quasi-device-independent witnessing of genuine multilevel quantum coherence
Marco Piani, University of Strathclyde, UK

P56. Quantum feedback control of levitated nano-particles
Liam Walker, University of Strathclyde, UK

P57. Almost tight bounds for 1-out-of-2 oblivious transfer
Ryan Amiri, Heriot Watt University, UK

P58. EPR steering, bell non-locality and entanglement in systems of identical bosons
Bryan Dalton, Swinburne University, Australia

P59. Long-distance continuous-variable quantum cryptography by using quantum scissors
Masoud Ghalaii, University of Leeds, UK

P60. Influence of quantized atomic motion on cooperative spontaneous emissions of light
Francois Damanet, University of Strathclyde, UK

P61. Quantum computation with mechanical cluster states
Darren Moore, Queen's University Belfast, UK

P62. Quantitative modelling of coherent atom-light interactions in 2, 3 and 4-level systems in the hyperfine Paschen-Back (HPB) regime
Renju Mathew, Durham University, UK

P63. In search of multipath interference using large molecules
Joseph Cotter, Imperial College London, UK

P64. Control of polarisation rotation and fragmentation of vector vortex beams in nonlinear media
Christopher Gibson, University of Strathclyde, UK

P65. Quantum state comparison amplifier with feedforward state correction
Luca Mazzarella, University of Strathclyde, UK

P66. Single-shot, phase-insensitive readout of an atom interferometer
Andrew MacKellar, University of Strathclyde, UK

P67. Benchmarking probabilistic quantum amplifiers
Erika Andersson, Heriot-Watt University, UK

P68. Single organic molecule coupling to a hybrid plasmonic waveguide
Alex Clark, Imperial College London, UK

P69. Tightly confined cold atomic media for contactless non-linear optics mediated by long-range Rydberg interactions
Nicholas Spong, Durham University, UK

P70. A framework for measures of non-Gaussian operations
Jennifer Radtke, University of Strathclyde, UK

P71. Ellipsoidal plasma mirror focusing of high power laser pulses to ultra-high intensities
Robbie Wilson, University of Strathclyde, UK

P72. Microplasmas for selective surface cleaning in microfabricated ion-traps
Mariam Akhtar, NPL, UK

P73. Interfacing dipole-trapped single atoms with individual photons in fiber-tip cavities
Naomi Holland, University of Oxford, UK

P74. A cold atom gravity gradiometer for field applications
Ben Stray, University of Birmingham, UK

P75. A Rydberg-dressed magneto-optical trap
Niamh Keegan, Durham University, UK

P76. Towards a space compatible atom gravity gradiometer
Heleri Ramler, University of Aberdeen, UK

P77. Quantal and classical mobility calculations of open-shell ions in cooled helium gas
Lamia Aissaoui, University of Batna, Algeria

P78. Quantum digital signatures based on measurement-device-independent framework
Professor Erika Andersson, Heriot-Watt University, UK

Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline EXTENDED:
    24 July 2017
  • Early registration deadline:
    4 August 2017
  • Registration deadline:
    24 August 2017

AMIG Summer 2017

This conference is in conjunction with AMIG Summer 2017. For more information please visit the conference website here.