idw – Informationsdienst Wissenschaft

Nachrichten, Termine, Experten

Grafik: idw-Logo
Thema Corona

Imagefilm
Science Video Project
idw-News App:

AppStore

Event


institutionlogo


Share on: 
02/12/2018 - 02/14/2018 | Klosterneuburg

Frontiers of Circuit QED and Optomechanics (FCQO18)

FCQO18 aims to attract and engage leading scientists working with solid state quantum devices comprising electrical, mechanical or optical hybrid circuits. It is a perfect opportunity to get an overview over this thriving new field of quantum physics and quantum optics with applications ranging form computation, simulation, communication, metrology and sensing.

It is a great pleasure to announce the International Conference on Frontiers of Circuit QED and Optomechanics 2018, which will be held at the Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria) just 30 minutes from Vienna, on February 12-14, 2018. The conference is organized by IST Austria and chaired by Dr. Shabir Barzanjeh and Prof. Johannes Fink from the Quantum Integrated Devices lab.

FCQO18 aims to attract and engage leading scientists working with solid state quantum devices comprising electrical, mechanical or optical hybrid circuits. It is a perfect opportunity to get an overview over this thriving new field of quantum physics and quantum optics with applications ranging form computation, simulation, communication, metrology and sensing.

We aim to bring together the top researchers in Circuit QED, Electro/Optomechanics and hybrids systems to present both theoretical and experimental aspects, with a strong emphasis on the most cutting-edge experimental progress. Every attendant is invited to present a poster and a few outstanding abstracts will be selected for hot topic focus talks. We hope to create an interactive platform for the exchange of new ideas and we would like to inspire a conference series on the topic.

We look forward to welcoming you at IST!


Invited speakers
Markus Aspelmeyer (Vienna), Alexandre Blais (Sherbrooke), Jerry Chow (IBM), Aashish Clerk (Chicago), Rudolf Gross (Munich), Tobias Kippenberg (EPFL), Gerhard Kirchmair (Innsbruck), Jens Koch (Northwestern), Peter Leek (Oxford), Florian Marquardt (Erlangen), Eugene Polzik (Copenhagen), Amir Safavi-Naeini (Stanford), David Schuster (Chicago), Mika Sillanpää (Aalto), Gary Steele (Delft), John Teufel (NIST), Denis Vion (CEA Saclay), David Vitali (Camerino), Ewold Verhagen (AMOLF), Eva Weig (Konstanz)

Information on participating / attending:
The registration deadline is January 22, 2018. The registration fee for students and postdocs is 250 EUR, for PI’s 350 EUR, and for industry 500 EUR. It includes conference material, lunches, coffee breaks, dinners, a booklet, the use of conference facilities and travel in the shuttle bus to and from the venue.

Date:

02/12/2018 08:00 - 02/14/2018 22:00

Registration deadline:

01/22/2018

Event venue:

Am Campus 1
3400 Klosterneuburg
Lower Austria
Austria

Target group:

Scientists and scholars

Email address:

Relevance:

international

Subject areas:

Physics / astronomy

Types of events:

Conference / symposium / (annual) conference

Entry:

01/29/2018

Sender/author:

Elisabeth Guggenberger

Department:

Communications and Events

Event is free:

no

Language of the text:

English

URL of this event: http://idw-online.de/en/event59539

Attachment
attachment icon Conference Poster

Help

Search / advanced search of the idw archives
Combination of search terms

You can combine search terms with and, or and/or not, e.g. Philo not logy.

Brackets

You can use brackets to separate combinations from each other, e.g. (Philo not logy) or (Psycho and logy).

Phrases

Coherent groups of words will be located as complete phrases if you put them into quotation marks, e.g. “Federal Republic of Germany”.

Selection criteria

You can also use the advanced search without entering search terms. It will then follow the criteria you have selected (e.g. country or subject area).

If you have not selected any criteria in a given category, the entire category will be searched (e.g. all subject areas or all countries).