The Quantum Century: 100 Years of the Bohr Atom – University of Copenhagen

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The Quantum Century: 100 Years of the Bohr Atom

Copenhagen, October 3-4, 2013

The meeting will commemorate the centenial of the groundbreaking papers written by Niels Bohr on the atomic theory. The invited speakers will provide a broad picture of tremendous developments in physics triggered by the quantum revolution. The social program includes a conference dinner and a public event following the symposium.

There is no conference fee for this meeting, but those interested in attending should pre-register >>

The number of participants is limited. Shortly after the deadline the accepted registered participants will be notified.

Deadline for registration: March 15, 2013

Invited speakers:

Rainer Blatt, University of Innsbruck,
Immanuel Bloch, Max Planck Institute, Garching
Ignacio Cirac, Max Planck Institute, Garching
Michel Devoret, Yale University
Nicolas Gisin, University of Geneva
David Gross University of Santa Barbara
Theodor Hansch*), Max Planck Institute, Garching
Serge Haroche, College de France
Atac Imamoglu, ETH, Zurich
Jeff Kimble, Caltech
Michael Lukin, Harvard University
David Mermin, Cornell University
Bill Phillips, NIST, US
John Preskill, Caltech
Peter Zoller, University of Innsbruck

*) to be confirmed 

Organizers:

Eugene S. Polzik, Professor, Niels Bohr Institute, Director, QUANTOP (http://www.nbi.ku.dk/Forskning/Kvantefysik/kvanteoptik_-_QUANTOP/)- Danish National Reseach Foundation Center for Quantum Optics Tel  +45 3532 5424  Mobile  +45 2338 2045, polzik@nbi.dk

Charles Marcus, Villum Kann Rasmussen Professor, Niels Bohr Institute,  Director, QDEV (http://www.qdev.ku.dk/) - Center for Quantum Devices.  Mobile  +45 2034 1181, marcus@nbi.dk 

Conference secretaries: Ms. Charlotte Hviid (hviid@nbi.dk) Ms. Jess Martin (jrmartin@nbi.dk

Sponsors: Carlsberg Foundation, Niels Bohr Institute, Danish National Research Foundation Centers QUANTOP and QDEV