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Quantum Technologies: manipulating photons, atoms, and molecules

29 Aug 2010 - 03 Sep 2010
Toruń, Poland

The meeting will focus on the latest achievements in the rapidly growing field of quantum engineering with a particular emphasis on the most recent advances in the broad field of atomic physics, including

- Precision measurements
- Ultracold Bose and Fermi gases
- Ultracold molecules
- Quantum simulators
- Quantum information with atoms and ions
- Quantum optics

All accepted participants will be invited to present a 20-30 minute talk during the conference. We plan some keynote lectures. There will be no poster sessions. Acceptance and selection of keynote talks will be evaluated by the Scientific Committee based on the quality of the scientific contribution to be presented at the conference. We strongly encourage young reaserchers to submit their applications.


* Piotr Deuar (IFPAN, Warsaw)
* Mariusz Gajda (IFPAN, Warsaw)
* Marek Trippenbach (UW, Warsaw)
* Tomasz Sowiński (UKSW, Warsaw)
* Jakub Zakrzewski (UJ, Krakow)

Scientific Committee:

* Ennio Arimondo (Pisa)
* Rainer Blatt (Innsbruck)
* Jean Dalibard (Paris)
* Dominique Delande (Paris)
* Maciej Lewenstein (Barcelona)
* Kazimierz Rzążewski (Warsaw)
* Sandro Stringari (Trento)
* Peter Zoller (Innsbruck)

The conference will take place at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland. Toruń is located 200 km north of Warsaw on the bank of the Vistula River. The city can be easily accessed from Warsaw, Gdansk or Poznan by train. All participants will be accomodated in the University Hotel.

The registration is open and applications can be done at

The Scientific Committee will evaluate proposed contributions after the registration deadline 31 May 2010.

For more information, visit
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