From 19-23rd of September 2021, Robert Nyman (Imperial) participated to the LIMQUET conference. The conference focused of the conference is the quantum interfacing of light and matter, new concepts and developments and applications in modern quantum technologies.
Sergey Nazarenko (CNRS-Inphyni) participated to the organisation of the conference Dynamics Days Europe 2021 from the 23rd to the 27th of August 2021. Iacopo Carusotto (CNR-INO) gave a presentation on Ergoregion instabilities in rotating two-dimensional Bose-Einstein condensates: Perspectives on the stability of quantized vortices and Maria Chiara (UoG) on Penrose superradiance in photon fluids.
The research group fro CNRS-Inphyni participated to the congress Optique organised by the French Society of Optique which was held in Dijon from the 5th to the 9th of July 2021. They had a poster presentation (COLLECTIVE EFFECT IN LIGHT SCATTERED BY COLD ATOMS) and a presentation (FLUIDS OF LIGHT IN A NONLINEAR CRYSTAL: FROM SUPERFLUIDITY TO TURBULENCE).
On the 25th and 26th of November 2020 we met for the PhoQuS annual conference. Organised online, it was an opportunity for the consortium to share and discuss its last research results.
Twelve speakers from our partner organisations presented their work offering a wide view on the latest discoveries within the consortium.
From Dec 9th to Dec 11th 2020 the ‘Condensates of Light’ conference will this year take place in online format.
If you wish to apply for a contribution, please register until November 22nd.
Photon 2020 is an Optics and Photonics conference organised by the Institute of Physics in the UK from 1-4th of September 2020. Robert Nyman (Imperial) and Maxime Jacquet (SU-LKB) gave presentations on Critical slowing down and formation jitter in Bose-Einstein condensation of light and Sonic horizon and Hawking effect in a fluid of light.
From June 30th to July 2 2020, Claudio Conti was invited as plenary speaker to the 12th International Conference on Nonlinear Mathematics and Physics which was held online.
Jacqueline Bloch (CNRS-C2N) was invited as plenary speaker, she gave a talk on Microcavity lattices to simulate
condensed matter with light. Alberto Amo (CNRS-PhLAM) and Quentin Glorieux (SU-LKB) gave a talk on Fluides Quantiques de Lumière