Mon, 03.02. – 06.02.2020


The workshop will take place from Monday Febr. 3rd to Thursday Febr. 6th at the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna

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Given the recent progresses in preparing and detecting quantum correlations in cold gases, and the growing interests that we encountered in seeking for further possible developments, we are organizing an interactive workshop, focused more on discussions than on lengthy talks, to stimulate further interactions between theoretical and experimental groups, and to explore the various ideas that came out recently on this subject.

The participation is free and no registration is required.


Giuseppe Vitagliano (IQOQI, Vienna)

Matteo Fadel (Universität Basel)

Supported by:


Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW)

FWF - Der Wissenschaftsfond



The idea behind this meeting is to have a workshop in the real sense of the term. For this reason, we dedicated 1h30’ per each topic, to include an oral presentation as well as enough time for discussions and brainstorming. A tentative schedule is the following (please note that small changes might take place during the week):

9:00 -- 9:15  Welcome

9:15 -- 10:00 Talk A

10:00 -- 10:30  Discussion

10:30 -- 11:15 Coffee break

11:15 -- 12:00 Talk B

12:00 -- 12:30 Discussion

12:30 -- 13:45 Lunch

13:45 -- 14:30 Talk C

14:30 -- 15:00 Discussion

15:00 -- 15:45 Talk D

15:45 -- 16:15 Discussion

16:15 -- 17:00 Coffee break

17:00 -- 17:45 Talk D

17:45 -- 18:15 Discussion



1A) Detecting entanglement in a many-body system with finite statistics

    Jean-Daniel Bancal


1B) Device-independent witnesses of entanglement depth from two-body correlators and their optimization

Jordi Tura


1C) Metrological entanglement detection of non-Gaussian and multimode states

Manuel Gessner


1D) Entanglement between two spatially separated atomic modes

Geza Toth


1E) Discussion Time


2A) Entanglement detection in spinor BECs

Philipp Kunkel, Martin Gärttner


2B) Entanglement between identical particles is a useful and consistent resource

Benjamin Yadin


2C) Towards an "experimental minimum” to witness bipartite entanglement in many-body systems 

Tommaso Roscilde


2D) Constructing Bell inequalities for many-body systems: a data-driven approach.

Irénée Frérot


2E) Extreme entanglement generation in hot, strongly-interacting atomic gases

Morgan Mitchell



3A) Perspectives for the preparation and detection of correlations in a SU(10) strontium antiferromagnet

M. Robert-de-Saint-Vincent


3B) If life gives you ultracold lemons, certify high-dimensional entanglement

Nicolai Friis


3C) Detecting entanglement in large ensemble of large spin atoms

Laurent Vernac


3D) Non-local correlations in spin-1 quantum many-body systems

Albert Aloy, Jordi Tura


3E) Connector tensor networks: scalable witnesses for entanglement and nonlocality

Miguel Navascues



4A)  T.B.D.

Schmiedmayer group


4B) Tomography for continuous field quantum simulators

Marek Gluza


4C-4D-4E) Goodbye + Discussion Time



Beginning of the workshop: 03.02.2020, 9am

End of the workshop: 06.02.2020, 6pm

Location: Austrian Academy of Sciences, Herbert-Hunger-Haus, Theatersaal, Sonnenfelsgasse 19, 1010 Wien