This ICAP satellite meeting will take place at the Radisson Blu Hotel in the heart of historic Durham this satellite meeting will allow for deeper discussions and interactions between researchers working in the fields spanning molecules, Rydberg atoms, magnetic atoms and more.
Starting with lunch on Monday 22nd July and ending with lab tours on the afternoon of Wednesday 24th July, there will be a mixture of invited and hot-topic speakers, discussion sessions, a poster evening (Tuesday) and conference banquet (Monday).


The registration fee includes the conference dinner on the Monday evening, as well as tea/coffee and lunch each day. Registration will open soon.
| |Full delegate |Student delegate | |:— | :—-: | –: | |Standard Rate (Until April 30th 2024) | £200 | £150| | Late Rate (Until June 30th 2024) | £250 | £200| |On-site registration | £350 | £300|

Invited speakers

To be updated continuously.

Loïc Anderegg
Harvard University

Lauriane Chomaz
Heidelberg University

Simon Evered
Harvard University

Igor Ferrier-Barbut
Institut d'Optique

Bryce Gadway
Penn State University
Kaden Hazzard
Rice University

Annie Park
Harvard University

Submission of abstract

To be considered for a poster or a hot-topic talk, please submit an abstract using this template (LaTex) by emailing Dr. Hannah Williams. The deadline for abstracts is 15th May 2024.

Accommodation and Travel

Rooms are available at the Radisson Blu Hotel from Sunday 21st July for four nights. These can be booked directly at a cost of £120 per room per night including VAT and breakfast.
Durham is less than 3 hours by train from London, making it easy to reach following ICAP. North East England boasts a variety of historical landmarks dating back to Roman Britain, untouched countryside and dramatic coastline as well as vibrant cities including Durham, Newcastle and York. ##