Recent breakthroughs made in the field of ultracold atoms ushered in a new era where novel quantum phenomena can be quantum simulated in an atomic system with high degrees of control.
In particular, the last decade has witnessed a revolution in the experimental and theoretical studies of novel quantum systems with ultracold atoms.
In this workshop, we will review the recent advances in the quantum simulation of novel phenomena using ultracold atomic systems. This workshop aims to discuss this rapidly growing topic and address fundamental results and issues in various platforms including but not limited to engineered optical lattices, Rydberg atoms, strongly interacting quantum gases, and topological bands.
Further information on the workshop can be found here:
Confirmed Invited Speakers
- Jaewook AHN (KAIST, South Korea)
- Cheng CHIN (University of Chicago)
- Jason HO (Ohio State University)
- Munekazu HORIKOSHI (University of Tokyo)
- Xiong-Jun LIU (Peking University)
- Kenji OHMORI (Institute for Molecular Science, Japan)
- Dominik SCHNEBLE (Stony Brook University)
- Yong-il SHIN (Seoul National University)
- Yoshiro TAKAHASHI (Kyoto University)
- Chris VALE (Swinburne University of Technology)
- Dajun WANG (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
- David WELD (University of California, Santa Barbara)
- Li YOU (Tsinghua University)
- Jing ZHANG (Shanxi university)
- Gyu-Boong Jo (HKUST)
- Ippei Danshita (Kindai University)
- Jaons Ho (Ohio State University)