Wednesday, June 13
18h00 Dinner
Thursday, June 14
08h45 - 09h00 Welcome
Session 1
09h00 - 09h45 Jean-Michel Raimond:
Observing the quantum jumps of light
09h45 - 10h30 Michael Chapman:
Single atoms in the cavity QED strong coupling regime
10h30 - 11h00 Coffee
Session 2
11h00 - 11h45 Péter Domokos:
Many-body physics with atoms in a cavity and without a cavity
11h45 - 12h30 Kater Murch:
Cold Atomic Ensembles in the Strong Coupling Regime of Cavity QED
12h30 - 14h00 Lunch
Session 3
14h00 - 14h45 Jörg Helge Müller:
Towards an atom-light quantum interface with Rb BEC
14h45 - 15h30 Kristian Helmerson:
Vortices and persistent currents: Rotating a Bose-Einstein condensate using photons with orbital angular momentum
15h30 - 16h15 Immanuel Bloch:
Entangling Neutral Atoms in Optical Lattices
16h15 - 16h45 Coffee
Session 4
16h45 - 17h30 Ferdinand Schmidt-Kaler:
Trapped ions for quantum computing
17h30 - 18h00 Victor Balykin:
Atom parallel fabrication of nanostructures with laser nanofields
18h00 - 18h30 Claus Zimmermann:
Atom optics integrated on a micro chip
19h00 Dinner
Friday, June 15
Session 5
09h00 - 09h45 Julien Laurat:
Quantum networking with atomic ensembles in the single excitation regime
09h45 - 10h30 Almut Beige:
Atomic cluster state built up with macroscopic heralding
10h30 - 11h00 Coffee
Session 6
11h00 - 11h45 Harald Weinfurter:
Atom-Photon entanglement and Remote State Preparation of qubit Memories
11h45 - 12h30 Peter Maunz:
Quantum Interference of Photon Pairs emitted from Two Remote Trapped Ytterbium Ions
12h30 - 14h00 Lunch
14h00 - 17h00 Boat-Trip
Session 7
17h00 - 17h45 Jörg Schmiedmayer:
Quantum interfaces for ultracold atoms
17h45 - 18h30 Gerhard Rempe:
Interfacing individual atoms and single photons using optical cavities
19h00 Dinner
20h00 Poster Session
Saturday, June 16
Session 8
09h00 - 09h45 Ignacio Cirac:
Quantum simulations with classical and quantum systems
09h45 - 10h30 Reinhard Werner:
Graph states and their generation by Clifford cellular automata
10h30 - 11h00 Coffee
Session 9
11h00 - 11h45 Antoine Browaeys:
Single atoms in optical tweezers for quantum computing
11h45 - 12h30 Dieter Meschede:
Atom by atom towards controlled quantum systems
12h30 - 14h00 Lunch
The participation is free of charge (full board, lodging and shuttle transfer from Munich airport to Herrsching). Application Deadline: 15. April 2007

The event is organized by Arno Rauschenbeutel and Axel Kuhn in the framework of the DFG Research Unit 635: Quantum Control and Simulation with Distributed Neutral Atoms Systems.