Cold atoms and molecules for fundamental physics
University of Cambridge, 22nd – 24th July
Topics will include long-baseline atom interferometry, gravimetry, eEDM measurements, variations in fundamental constants, atomic clocks, quantum simulations of the early universe, black holes, hawking radiation, and simulation of lattice gauge theories.
Trapped ion quantum computing, quantum error correction and applications
University of Sussex, 22nd – 24th July
The focus of this satellite meeting will be on the trapped ion hardware platform, new techniques for error correction and quantum computing applications.
Dipolar quantum matter
Durham University, 22nd – 25th July
The aim of this satellite meeting is to strengthen links within the community working on dipolar systems. We will bring together researchers in the fields of ultracold molecules, Rydberg physics and magnetic atoms. The enhanced sensitivity to external fields and the long-range interactions make these systems highly suited to quantum technologies such as simulators, computers and sensors. Through focussed discussions, results sharing, and networking opportunities this conference will further quantum science and collaboration within the community.