1st European Conference on Trapped Ions (ECTI 2010)

19-24 September 2010, at Redworth Hall*, County Durham, UK



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Important Dates








Electronic Proceedings

Special Issue

Conference Photos

Quantum Information Experiments with Ion Crystals in Penning Traps (pdf)

John Bollinger,

NIST, Boulder, USA


Ultrafast Pulsed Laser Gates for Atomic Qubits (ppt)

Wes Campbell,

University of Maryland and NIST Joint Quantum Institute, USA


Antiparticle Trapping for Antihydrogen Physics (ppt)

Mike Charlton,

Swansea University, UK


Cavity QED with ion Coulomb crystals. (pdf)

Michael Drewsen,

The Ion trap group, QUANTOP, University of Aarhus, Denmark


Polyatomic ions in traps: from  molecules via clusters to nanoparticles (pdf)

Dieter Gerlich,

Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic


Trapping and cooling large Sr+ ion clouds (pdf)

Samuel Guibal,

Laboratoire Matériaux et Phénomènes Quantiques, Paris, France


New Approaches To An Indium Ion Optical Frequency Standard (pdf)

Kazuhiro Hayasaka,

NICT, Tokyo, Japan


Cold Collisions of Atoms, Molecules, and Ions (pdf)

Paul S. Julienne

Joint Quantum Institute, NIST and The University of Maryland, USA


1 -, 2 -, and 3 D - ion structures in traps of different geometry (pdf)

Martina Knoop,

CNRS / Université de Provence, France


Quantum information processing with trapped ions (pdf)

Dietrich Leibfried,

NIST, Boulder, USA


The Kibble Zurek mechanism in ion traps (pdf)

Alex Retzker

Universitaet Ulm, Germany


Experimental quantum simulations (ppt)

Tobias Schaetz

MPQ, Munich, Germany


ClusterTrap: A Penning Trap for Cluster Research  (Ion Trapping for Cluster Research) (pdf)

Lutz Schweikhard, 

Institut für Physik, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität, Greifswald Germany


Faster Processing of Quantum Information with Trapped Ions (pdf)

Nikolay V. Vitanov,

Quantum Optics and Quantum Information Group, Sofia University, Bulgaria


The Electrostatic cryogeninc storage ring (CSR)- a storage device for atomic, molecular and cluster ion experiments (ppt)

Robert von Hahn,

Max-Planck-Institute for Nuclear Physics Heidelberg , Germany


Precision optical spectroscopy of radioactive Be isotopes produced in projectile fragmentation (pdf)

Michicharu Wada,

RIKEN, Japan


Quantum Information and Metrology with RF Traps at NIST (pdf)

D. J. Wineland,

NIST, Boulder, CO, USA