Monday, July 27, 2015

8:00 Registration and continental breakfast
8:45 Introduction
9:00 Kohei Itoh, Keio University
Isotopically enriched C diamond CVD layers for NanoMRI
9:45 Daniel Loss, University of Basel 
High-efficency resonant amplification of weak magnetic fields for single spin magnetometry
10:15 Break
11:00 Eva Weig, University of Konstanz
Coherent control of strongly coupled nanomechanical modes
11:45 Raffi Budakian, Institute for Quantum Computing
Nanowire-based magnetic resonance imaging
12:15 Lunch
1:30 attoACADEMY - insights into the newest research topics and measurement techniques
(attocube systems, Prof. Dr. Wrachtrup, Dr. Anahory, Prof. Dr. Eva Weig)
2:30 Free time
4:00 Poster session
6:00 Dinner/free time
7:30 Amir Yacoby, Harvard University
3D nanometer scale magnetic resonance imaging using NV centers
in diamond
8:15 John Mamin, IBM Almaden Research Centre
Nanoscale NMR detection and imaging with nitrogen-vacancy centres
9:00 Jörg Wrachtrup, University of Stuttgard
Multifunctional sensing with NV centres

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

8:30 Continental breakfast
9:00 Martino Poggio, University of Basel
Measuring nanometer­‐scale spin systems by ultrasensitive cantilever magnetometry
9:45 Ivana Petkovic, Yale University
Cantilever torque magnetometry measurements of the persistent current in mesoscopic normal and superconducting rings
10:15 Break
11:00 Christian Degen, ETH Zurich
Current advances in Magnetic Resonance Force Microscopy
11:45 John Marohn, Cornell University
A Microscope for Imaging Individual Macromolecules
12:15 Lunch
1:30 Montana Instruments presentation
2:30 Free time
4:00 Poster session
6:00 Dinner/free time
7:30 Alexei Tyryshkin, Princeton University
Superconducting coplanar waveguide microresonators for low temperature pulsed ESR spectrocopy
8:15 Toeno van der Sar, Harvard University & University of Waterloo
Probing spin waves with single electron spins
9:00 Denis Pelekhov, Ohio State University
Readily applicable approach for broadband spectroscopy of magnetic excitations using NV diamond

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

8:30 Continental breakfast
9:00 Adrian Bachtold, Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
Mechanical resonators based on nanotubes and graphene
9:45 Markus Aspelmeyer, University of Vienna
Quantum controlling levitated nano- and microspheres
10:15 Break
11:00 Fedor Jelezko, Ulm University
Quantum enhanced sensing and imaging with single spins in diamond
11:45 Mikhail Lukin, Harvard University 
Nanoscale magnetic imaging using quantum assisted techniques
12:15 Lunch
1:30 Bus pick up for Elora excursion
2:00 Excursion in Elora
5:30 Bus departs Elora

Thursday, July 30, 2015

8:30 Continental breakfast
9:00 Tjerik Oosterkamp, Leiden Institute of Physics
Nuclear magnetic resonance force microscopy at miliKelvin temperatures
9:45 Eli Zeldov, Weizmann Institute
Scanning SQUID-on-tip microscopy for study of magnetic phenomena on the nanoscale  
10:15 Break
11:00 Troy Borneman, Institute for Quantum Computing
High-fidelity Pulsed Electron Spin Resonance with High-Sensitivity Superconducting Resonators
11:45 Bob Griffin, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
High frequency dynamic nuclear polarization 
12:15 Lunch
1:30 Free time
3:30 Poster session
5:30 Conference banquet at University Club
7:30 Paola Cappellaro, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Quantum-enhanced nuclear spin imaging
8:15 Amir Safavi-Naeini, Stanford University
Engineering interactions between photons and phonons on the surface of a chip
9:00 Ania Jayich, University of California Santa Barbara
Quantum sensing with NV centres

Friday, July 31, 2015

8:30 Continental breakfast
9:00 Ronald Walsworth, Harvard University
Magnetic imaging using NV-diamond: techniques & applications
9:45 Daniel Rugar, IBM Almaden Research Center
The importance of the surface in nanoMRI
10:15 Break
11:00 Chan U Lei, California Institute of Technology
Realization of quantum squeezing of motion
11:45 Yonathan Anahory, Weizmann Institute
Vortex dynamics at the sub-nanometer scale
12:30 Olivier Klein, CEA-Saclay
Magnetic Resonance Force Microscopy for the spectroscopy of magnetic nano-objects
1:00 Closing remarks