Versatile Cold Atoms: From Fundamental Physics to Applications
MoSaiQC Closing Symposium - January 17-18, 2024, University of Birmingham
The MoSaiQC Closing Symposium entitled Versatile Cold Atoms: From Fundamental Physics to Applications takes place at the University of Birmingham (UoB) on Wednesday January 17 and Thursday January 18, 2024. This symposium is organised in light of the MoSaiQC project (www.mosaiqc.eu).
Location & Travel information:
University of Birmingham (UK)
Please note that registration (see below) does not include a hotel reservation. We advise you to stay at the Edgbaston Park Hotel (https://www.edgbastonparkhotel.com/) which is located directly at the UoB campus.
Prof. dr. Simon Cornish (Durham University)
Prof. dr. Ekkehard Peik (PTB)
Prof. dr. Marika Taylor (University of Birmingham)
Prof. dr. Stefan Eriksson (Swansea University)
Prof. dr. Michael Tarbutt (Imperial College London)
The final program is currently under construction and will be communicated closer to the date. On Wednesday January 17 the program will consist of scientific lectures, a poster session, and a conference dinner and social activity. On Thursday January 18 there will be scientific lectures.
Additionally, there will be a company visit to British Telecom on Tuesday January 16 and a MoSaiQC Consortium Meeting on Friday January 19. These two items are only open to MoSaiQC ESRs and MoSaiQC beneficiaries.
Registration is free of charge and includes lunches on both days, the conference dinner on Wednesday and the excursion on Thursday. Seats are limited to 50 people maximum (with priority for MoSaiQC ESRs and beneficiaries). After 50 registered participants, we will keep a waiting list. We kindly ask that, once registered, you attend the symposium. If you need to cancel your registration, please inform us by email on firstname.lastname@example.org, such that we can fill your seat with somebody from the waiting list. Please note that registration does not include a hotel reservation.
Please register using this Google Form.
Prof. dr. Yesphal Singh (University of Birmingham)
Prof. dr. Florian Schreck (University of Amsterdam)
Abhilash Jha (University of Birmingham)
Balsant Tiwari (University of Birmingham)
dr. Ineke Brouwer (University of Amsterdam, Project Manager, email@example.com)
Please get in touch with Ineke Brouwer (Project Manager of MoSaiQC) on firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any additional questions.