Early Career Conference in Trapped Ions announced

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Following the success of the second Early Career Conference in Trapped Ions (ECCTI) in June 2022, a third edition of the conference series is being organised from the 7th to the 12th of July 2024 in Innsbruck, Austria. The conference is aimed at early career researchers (PhD students and post-docs within 5 years of finishing a PhD) working with trapped ions, giving them an opportunity to present their work to a supportive international audience of peers.

The conference will focus on Atomic Clocks, Quantum Information & Computation, Quantum Simulation, Quantum Technologies, Antimatter Physics, Precision & Molecular Spectroscopy and Nuclear Physics

The conference will host a lecture by Nobel prize laureate, David Wineland, who received the prize for his pioneering work on ground state cooling of trapped ions and for opening the door to the experimental study of the interaction between light and matter.

More information about the conference is available on Indico: