# JQI at DAMOP 2012

Members of the Joint Quantum Institute will give a total of 38 presentations at the 43rd Annual APS Meeting for the Division of Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics.The meeting will be held in Anaheim, California from June 4-8, 2012. JQI Fellow Ian Spielman and graduate researcher Rajibul Islam (from Chris Monroe’s group) are among the invited talks this year. Below is a list of the talks:

- B1.00001 Light induced gauge fields and spin orbital coupling in cold atomic gas
- B2.00002 Spatial modulation of immiscible
^{87}Rb hyperfine states - B2.00006 Matter-wave amplification in a seeded
^{23}Na spinor Bose-Einstein condensate - B5.00005 Non-universal binding energies of weakly bound Feshbach molecules
- B5.00006 Resolved-sideband RF spectroscopy on weakly bound
^{6}Li_{2}molecules - B7.00004 Quantum simulations of magnetism with large numbers of atomic ion spins
- C5.00002 Effective renormalized multi-body interactions of harmonically confined ultracold neutral bosons
- C5.00006 Expansion Dynamics of a Ring Bose--Einstein Condensate
- C5.00007 2D Bose--Einstein Condensate Expansion Variational Model
- C5.00008 Effective interactions of ultracold bosons in anisotropic and anharmonic potentials
- D1.00044 Anisotropy induced Feshbach resonances in quantum dipolar gas of magnetic atoms
- D1.00087 Using optical pulse shaping to entangle individual ions in a chain by coupling to multiple motional modes
- D1.00101 Spinor dynamics in a
^{23}Na Bose-Einstein condensate - D1.00131 Magic wavelengths and other properties of Li for optical cooling and trapping
- G2.00001 Superfluid Hall effect in a Bose-Einstein condensate
- G2.00002 Exotic 3D Spin-Orbit Couplings
- G2.00005 Effect of synthetic magnetic fields on quasi-2D gases of bosons
- H2.00001 Studies of disordered quasi-2D Bose gasses
- H3.00002 Controlling the group velocity of colliding ultracold atoms and Bose-Einstein condensates using Feshbach resonances
- H5.00002 Driving phase slips in an annular Bose-Einstein condensate with a rotating weak link
- H5.00003 Decay of a superfluid current of ultra-cold atoms in a toroidal trap
- H5.00004 Cylindrical vector modes in tapered optical fibers for atom nanotraps
- H5.00008 Fundamental Atomtronic Circuit Elements
- H7.00001 Quantum simulation of the transverse field antiferromagnetic Ising model with trapped ions
- H7.00007 Ultrafast spin-motion entanglement and interferometry in single atomic qubits
- J7.00001 Entanglement of ions in a uniformly-spaced chain using individual addressing and pulse shaping
- K1.00115 Quantum Dynamics of Solitons in Strongly Interacting Systems on Optical Lattices
- K1.00124 Construction and characterization of tapered nano-fibers for hybrid quantum systems
- M4.00006 Phase control with many cycle pulses in the absence of CEP stabilization
- N2.00006 Bose-Einstein Condensation in the second band of an optical lattice, a tight binding analysis and numerical estimate of its formation and decay
- N6.00008 Quantum interface between an electrical circuit and a single atom
- P2.00005 The Peierls substitution in an engineered lattice potential
- P5.00001 Storage of Multiple Images using a Gradient Echo Memory in a Vapor Cell
- P5.00004 Multi-Spatial-Mode Noiseless Optical Amplifier
- Q1.00098 Synthetic partial waves in ultracold atomic collisions
- Q1.00124 System for Trapping Cold Neutral Atoms Around an Optical Nanofiber
- Q1.00131 Electrostatic electron oscillations and damping in an ultracold plasma
- Q1.00133 Atomic Parity Non Conservation with Francium atoms in the FrPNC collaboration

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