[Image: The light profile with modal contributions of 2, 0, 1 and 3 units of orbital angular momentum; overlay of Rodin's "The Thinker", as displayed at the Burrell Collection']

Poster programme


Please note the poster programme is subject to minor changes

Monday 03 June

 

Topic: OAM phenomenology

P.01

Experimental study of the cross-correlation function for partially coherent Laguerre-Gaussian beams
A Mourka, University of St. Andrews, UK

P.02

Optical angular momentum in conical diffraction
R Darcy, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

P.03

Clebsch-Gordan coefficients for the addition of orbital angular momentum of Gaussian modes
M Dennis, Bristol University, UK

P.04

The role of vortices in the generation of optical lift (withdrawn)

P.05

Modal characterization using Principal Component Analysis: application to Laguerre-Gaussian beams and their superposition
A Mourka, University of St Andrews, UK

P.06

The forgotten Quantum Number: radial modes of Laguerre-Gauss beams
W Plick, Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information, Austria

P.07

Do waves carrying orbital angular momentum possess azimuthal linear momentum?
F Speirits, University of Strathclyde, UK

 

Topic: Vortices in optical, electron and matter waves

P.08

Electron vortex propagation in magnetic fields
C Greenshields, University of Glasgow, UK

P.09

Chiral specific electron vortex beam spectroscopy
S Lloyd, University of York, UK

P.10

Subwavelength control of orbital angular momentum of light
G Parisi, Padova University and Laboratory of Nanofabrication of Nanodevices, Italy

P.11

Electron diffraction catastrophies
T C Petersen, Monash University, Australia

P.12

Instability of higher-order optical vortices
F Ricci, University of Padova, Italy

P.13

Experimental study of nanomanipulation of nanoparticles using electron vortex beams
J Yuan, University of York, UK

P.14

Angular momentum-dependent helicity transfer in nano-apertures
X Zambrana-Puyalto, Macquarie University, Australia

 

Topic: OAM toolbox (Phorbitech)

P.15

Photonic qudits and their applications in fundamental quantum mechanics and quantum information
V D'Ambrosio, Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy

P.16

Simulation of a spin polarization device in an electron microscope
V Grillo, S3-NANO CNR, Italy

P.17

Detection of a spinning object using light's orbital angular momentum
M Lavery, University of Glasgow, UK

P.18

Nonlinear interpolation of OAM enhanced beam shifts
A Nugrowati, Leiden University, Netherlands

P.19

Method for direct measurements of the mean and variance of light OAM
B Piccirillo, Università degli Studi di Napoli, Italy

P.20

3D fluorescence imaging of laser beams
N Radwell, University of Glasgow, UK

P.21

Transverse Doppler Effect using optical beams with a twist
C Rosales-Guzmán, ICFO-Institut de Ciences Fotoniques, Spain

P.22

Photoalignment-based liquid crystal q-plate technology
S Slussarenko, Università degli Studi di Napoli "Federico II", Italy

P.23

Joining the quantum state of two photons into one
N Spagnolo, Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy

 

Topic: Vector vortex beams and spin-orbit interactions of light

P.24

Controlled acceleration of superimposed higher-order Bessel beams
A Dudley, Council for Scientific and Industrial Reasearch National Laser Centre, South Africa

P.25

Measuring Poynting vector of optical vortices using polarization interference
G Milione, City College of New York, USA

P.26

Optical angular momentum and phase conjugation (withdrawn)

P.27

Topology of Dark Tangles in Light
A Taylor, University of Bristol, UK

P.28

Spatial correlation singularities of partially coherent fields
Y Yang, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, Chin

 

Topic: OAM applications in imaging

P.29

Ince-Gaussian beams: manifold perspective in optical tweezers
C Alpmann, University of Münster, Germany

P.30

Heralded single-photon ghost imaging utilising EPR correlations
R Aspden, University of Glasgow, UK

P.31

3D computational imaging via correlation measurement
B Sun, University of Glasgow, UK

P.32

Sub-Rayleigh optical vortex coronagraphy
E Mari, University of Padova, Italy

P.33           

Optimising the use of detector arrays for measuring intensity correlations of photon pairs
D Tasca, University of Glasgow, UK

           

Topic: OAM matter interaction

P.34

Propagation of high-intensive femtosecond vortex beams in media with focusing and inertial defocusing nonlinearities
O Fedotova, Belarus National Academy of Sciences, Belarus

P.35

Duality and beams of well-defined helicity: How to use them for experimental purposes
I Fernandez-Corbaton, Macquarie University and 2 ARC Center of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems, Australia

P.36

Light-matter angular momentum exchange in nanophotonic structures: beyond "spin" and "orbital" angular momentum
R Oulton, Bristol University, UK

P.37

Highly collimated source of cold Rb atoms from a 2-dimensional magneto-optical trap
L Pruvost, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France

P.38

Classical and quantum regimes of collective orbital angular momentum exchange between light and ultracold atoms
G Robb, University of Strathclyde, SUPA, UK

 

Topic: OAM applications in quantum information

P.39

Fractional quantisation of optical angular momentum
K Ballantine, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

P.40

Efficient quantum state reconstruction with mutually unbiased bases in high-dimensional orbital angular momentum subspaces
D Giovannini, University of Glasgow, UK

P.41

Imaging high-dimensional spatial entanglement with a camera
M Edgar, University of Glasgow, UK

P.42

Entanglement in 100 dimensions
M Krenn, University of Vienna, Austria

P.43

Gaussian entropy minimising states for orbital angular momentum and angular position
A Yao, University of Strathclyde, UK


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