Program

schedule




Monday 12 March 2018:



08:45
Arrival
09:00
Welcome
09:20
Christopher Monroe, Many body long-range dynamics with trapped atomic ion spins
10:05
Thiago de Oliveira, Equilibration time scales in closed many-body quantum systems
10:30
Coffee
11:00
Marcos Rigol, Integrability vs quantum chaos in the spectrum of many-body lattice Hamiltonians
11:45
Christian Gogolin, What it takes to shun equilibration
12:30
Lunch



15:30
Coffee
16:00
Lea Santos, Dynamical signatures of many-body quantum chaos
16:45
Naoto Shiraishi, Examining scenarios of thermalization: analytic model approach
17:10
Pavel Cejnar, Excited-state quantum phase transitions: spectral and dynamical signatures





Tuesday 13 March 2018:



09:00
Masahito Ueda, Atypicality of most few-body observables
09:45
Nir Navon, Turbulence in a quantum gas
10:30
Coffee
11:00
Juan Garrahan, Slow quantum dynamics and glasses
11:45
Daniel Nickelsen, Single state equilibrium statistics for isolated quantum spin systems
12:10
Gregoire Ithier, Typical dynamics of embedded quantum systems
12:35
Lunch



14:00
Poster session
15:30
Coffee
16:00
Christian Gross, Microscopic studies of many-body localization in two dimensions
16:45
Adolfo del Campo, Tailoring quantum matter far away from equilibrium





Wednesday 14 March 2018:



09:00
Hanns-Christoph Nägerl, Impurity dynamics in 1D: Bloch oscillations in the absence of a lattice
09:45
Fabian Essler, Full counting statistics in and out of equilibrium
10:30
Coffee
11:00
Tobias Donner, Driven-dissipative crystals of matter and light
11:45
Tommaso Roscilde, Quantum quench dynamics in systems with unconventional excitations
12:30
Lunch



15:30
Coffee
16:00
Philipp Uhrich, Noninvasive measurement of dynamic correlations
16:25
Romain Bachelard, Cooperative light scattering by strongly driven atomic clouds
16:50
Robin Kaiser, Long range dipole dipole coupling in cold atoms



17:50
Departure for Conference Dinner





Thursday 15 March 2018:



09:00
Bryce Gadway, Exploring nonequilibrium dynamics in synthetic momentum-space lattices
09:45
Martin Eckstein, Non-equilibrium superconductivity in quenched and laser-excited systems
10:30
Coffee
11:00
Wojciech de Roeck, Rigorous results on slow heating beyond the high-frequency regime
11:45
Julian Leonard, Site-resolved probing of the many-body localization transition in one dimension
12:10
Axel Lode, Granulation in atomic Bose-Einstein condensates
12:30
Lunch



15:30
Coffee
16:00
Peter Reimann, Typical temporal relaxation of many-body quantum systems
16:45
Krishnendu Sengupta, Entanglement generation and dynamical phase transition in driven quantum systems





Friday 16 March 2018:



09:00
Jens Eisert, When do systems equilibrate?
09:45
Dries Sels, Variational adiabatic gauge fields: the cost of reducing dissipation
10:35
Coffee
11:00
Laurent Sanchez-Palencia, Spreading of quantum correlations in long-range systems
11:45
Nicolo Defenu, Kibble-Zurek mechanism for long-range systems: from the Ising to the Dicke model
12:10
Lorenzo Cevolani, Description of the dynamics of interacting fermions beyond Luttinger liquid theory
12:35
Lunch


The End

Posters



Białończyk, Michał
Dynamics at the critical point induced by non-equilibrium quench of the quantum Ising model
Dey, Amit
Self-trapping of excitations in a two-dimensional extended Bose-Hubbard dimer array
Erguen, Yasemin
Ginzburg-Landau-Langevin theory and SSH model for Peierls transition in In/Si(111)
Kloc, Michal
Excited-state quantum phase transitions and quenches in the Dicke superradiance models
Le Cerf, Edouard
2D Bose gases
Lode, Axel
Granulation in atomic Bose-Einstein condensates
Luksch, Kathrin
Thermalisation of two-dimensional quantum gases in RF-dressed adiabatic potentials
Mikkelsen, Mathias
Phases of a one-dimensional bosonic gas in a driven optical lattice
Miller, Harry
Energy-temperature uncertainty relation in quantum thermodynamics
Nation, Charlie
Eigenstate thermalisation from random matrix theory
Syrwid, Andrzej
Time crystal behavior of excited eigenstates
Titum, Paraj
Probing quantum phase transitions via quenches in integrable and nearly-integrable systems
Weller, Daniel
Characterization of plasma-induced optical bistability in thermal Rydberg vapor
Yuce, Cem
Fast frictionless expansion of an optical lattice
Zache, Torsten
Quantum simulation of lattice gauge theories using Wilson fermions
Zuber, Nicolas
Rydberg molecules as a tool to study ion-atom collisions and spatial correlations