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Cosponsor(s):

Arnold Sommerfeld Center for Theoretical Physics,LMU Center for NanoScience,Nanosystems Initiative Munich andYale University/Air Force Office of Scientific Research

Start Time:

6 September 2010 at 09:00

Ends On:

10 September 2010

Location:

Trieste - Italy

Venue:

AGH (Kastler Lecture Hall)

Organizer(s):

Directors: J. Harris, K. Lehnert, R. Lifshitz, J. von Delft and E. Weig. Local Organizer: M. Kiselev

Description:

REGISTRATION WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE
ADRIATICO GUEST HOUSE - lower level
from 8.30 to 9.30

For further information on the Administrative offices,
please refer to the GENERAL INFORMATION sheet

Material:

6 September 2010
08:30
09:30
REGISTRATION and ADMINISTRATIVE FORMALITIES
01h00'
09:30
09:40
OPENING REMARKS
10'
09:35
12:00
QUANTUM NANOMECHANICS I - Session Chair: J. HARRIS
02h25'
09:40
10:20
Measuring the quantum harmonic oscillator
40'
Andrew CLELAND
University of California, U.S.A.
10:20
10:40
COFFEE BREAK
20'
10:30
10:30
QUANTUM NANOMECHANICS II
10:40
11:20
Microwave cavity optomechanics in the strong coupling regime
40'
John TEUFEL
NIST, Boulder, U.S.A.
11:20
12:00
SQUID detection scheme: Towards quantum-limited detection
40'
Yaroslav BLANTER
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
12:00
14:00
LUNCH BREAK
02h00'
13:55
15:20
SHUTTLE - Session Chair: M. KISELEV
01h25'
14:00
14:40
Voltage-sustained self-oscillation of a nanomechanical electron shuttle
40'
Eva WEIG
LMU, Munich, Germany
14:40
15:20
Spontaneous symmetry breaking in coupled nanomechanical electron shuttles
40'
Robert BLICK
University of Wisconsin-Madison, U.S.A.
15:20
15:40
COFFEE BREAK
20'
15:35
17:00
ATOMS and MECHANICS - Session Chair: A. CLERK
01h25'
15:40
16:20
Observation of bi-directional coupling between ultracold atoms and a mechanical oscillator
40'
Philipp TREUTLEIN
University of Basel, Switzerland
16:20
17:00
From cavity opto-mechanics to quantum phase-transitions
40'
Tilman ESSLINGER
ETH, Zurich, Switzerland
18:00
20:00
WELCOME DRINK
02h00'
7 September 2010
08:55
11:55
CAVITY OPTOMECHANICS I - Session Chair: F. MARQUARDT
03h00'
09:00
09:40
Laser interferometer gravitational wave detectors: (Quantum) opto-mechanics on the large scale
40'
David McCLELLAND
The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
09:40
10:20
Quantum signatures of the dynamics of a vibrational mode of a thin membrane within an optical cavity
40'
David VITALI
University of Camerino, Italy
10:20
10:40
COFFEE BREAK
20'
10:30
10:30
CAVITY OPTOMECHANICS II
10:40
11:20
Cavity optomechanics with microresonators
40'
Tobias KIPPENBERG
EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
11:20
12:00
2 CONTRIBUTED TALKS
40'
12:00
14:00
LUNCH BREAK
02h00'
13:55
15:20
QUANTUM MECHANICS - Session Chair: R. LIFSHITZ
01h25'
14:00
14:40
Quantum versus classical dynamics of strongly nonlinear resonators
40'
Miles BLENCOWE
Dartmouth College, Hanover, U.S.A.
14:40
15:20
Fluctuation-induced switching and power spectra of modulated quantum oscillators
40'
Mark DYKMAN
Michigan State University, U.S.A.
15:20
15:40
GROUP PHOTO (place to be confirmed)
20'
15:40
16:20
POSTER SESSION
40'
Refreshments will be available during the poster session
8 September 2010
08:55
10:20
TOWARDS QUANTUM OPTOMECHANICS - Session Chair: K. LEHNERT
01h25'
09:00
09:40
Quantum measurement and full counting statistics of phonon shot noise
40'
Aashish CLERK
McGill University, Montreal, Canada
09:40
10:20
Towards macroscopic quantum superpositions
40'
Dirk BOUWMEESTER
University of California at Santa Barbara, U.S.A.
10:20
10:40
COFFEE BREAK
20'
10:30
12:00
SELF-OSCILLATION - Session Chair: M. DYKMAN
01h30'
10:40
11:20
Noise properties of cavity-driven mechanical oscillations
40'
A.D. ARMOUR
University of Nottingham, U.K.
11:20
12:00
Optically induced self oscillations in mechanical resonators
40'
Eyal BUKS
Technion, Haifa, Israel
12:00
14:00
LUNCH BREAK
02h00'
14:00
17:00
TRIP TO AQUILEIA AND GRADO
03h00'
Meeting Point - bus stop near the seafront
19:00
22:00
SOCIAL DINNER
03h00'
Ristorante MEZZA LUNA
9 September 2010
08:55
10:20
CARBON NEMS I - Session Chair: E. WEIG
01h25'
09:00
09:40
Strong coupling in carbon nanotube mechanical resonators
40'
Herre van der ZANT
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
09:40
10:20
Electromechanical resonators based on nanotube and graphene
40'
Adrian BACHTOLD
CIN2 (CSIC-ICN), Bellaterra, Spain
10:20
10:40
COFFEE BREAK
20'
10:30
12:00
TRANSPORT and NEMS - Session Chair: M. BLENCOWE
01h30'
10:40
11:20
Feedback control of quantum transport
40'
Tobias BRANDES
Technische Universitaet Berlin, Germany
11:20
12:00
2 CONTRIBUTED TALKS
40'
12:00
14:00
LUNCH BREAK
02h00'
13:55
15:20
CARBON NEWS II - Session Chair: J. von DELFT
01h25'
14:00
14:40
Longitudinal vibrations of suspended carbon nanotubes - Franck-Condon effect, cotunneling and nonequilibrium
40'
Andreas HUETTEL
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
14:40
15:20
Effects of electron-phonon coupling in suspended graphene
40'
Felix von OPPEN
Freie Universitaet Berlin, Germany
15:20
15:40
BREAK
20'
15:40
16:20
POSTER SESSION
40'
Refreshments will be available during the poster session
10 September 2010
09:00
09:40
A phonon-tunneling approach to support-induced dissipation of nanomechanical resonators
40'
Ignacio WILSON-RAE
Technische Universitaet Munchen, Germany
09:40
10:20
Quantum mechanical interface for opto-electronics
40'
E.S. POLZIK
Copenhagen University, Denmark
10:20
10:40
COFFEE BREAK
20'
10:30
12:00
SUPERCONDUCTORS and NEMS
01h30'
10:40
11:20
Nanoelectromechanics of superconducting weak links
40'
Robert SHEKHTER
University of Gothenburg, Sweden
11:20
12:00
Qubit-coupled nanomechanics
40'
Matt LaHAYE
Syracuse University, U.S.A.
12:00
14:00
LUNCH BREAK
02h00'
13:55
15:20
CAVITY OPTOMECHANICS III - Session Chair: T. KIPPENBERG
01h25'
14:00
14:40
Quantum limits of photothermal cavity cooling and GaAs disk optomechanics
40'
Ivan FAVERO
Universite Paris Diderot, France
14:35
14:35
INTEGRATED OPTOMECHANICS
14:40
15:20
Dynamics in optomechanical multi-mode systems and arrays
40'
Florian MARQUARDT
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
15:20
15:30
CLOSING REMARKS
10'
15:30
16:00
COFFEE BREAK
30'
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