PhoQuS Annual conference #4

Rome – From 24th to 25th of March 2022

Day 1 – Thursday, March 24th

  • New optical platforms for quantum simulation: optical fiber loops, ultra-strongly coupled nanoballs, novel polariton fluids, etc. – By Iacopo Carusotto, CNR National Institute of Optics, University of Trento (Trento)
  • By Zakari Denis and Zejian Li, Quantum Materials and Phenomena, Université de Paris (Paris)
  • Helical drive induces chirality in a nonlinear medium – By Nicolas Pernet, CNRS-C2N (Paris)
  • Progress towards single shot measurement of turbulence in polariton superfluids – By Clément Hainaut, CNRS-PhLAM (Lille)
  • Study of turbulence in quantum fluids of light in hot vapors, cold atoms and nonlinear crystals – By Robin Kaiser, CNRS-Inphyni (Nice)
  • All-optical scalable spatial coherent Ising machine – By Marcello Calvanese Strinati, Nonlinear Photonics Laboratory, University Sapienza (Rome)

Day 2 – Friday, March 25th

  • Zeldovich condensation and other phase transitions – By José Tito da Luz Mendonça, Instituto de Plasmas e Fusão Nuclear, IST (Lisbon)
  • Observation of the formation of a quasi-stationary state via mixing and violent relaxation in an analogue self-gravitating system – By Bruno Marcos, CNRS Laboratoire J.A. Dieudonné (Nice)
  • Updates from the Rb and polariton labs – By Tangui Aladjidi & Kevin Falque, Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, Sorbonne Université (Paris)
  • Photon Bose-Einstein condensates in microstructured potentials, and a measurement of the compressibility of an optical quantum gas – By Martin Weitz, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitat Bonn (Bonn)
  • Photon condensation in an open microcavities: Imperial College progress – By Robert Nyman, Imperial College London (London)