Poster Session 3b

Session Schedule

From 2:00 – 3:00 UTC on 14, July 2021

Paper
ID
First
Name
Last
Name
Paper
Title
7101KenchiroMurataDevelopment of 76.8 MHz Crystal Unit with a built-in Thermistor Capable of High Drive Level Operation
7031ShujiTanakaLow Velocity HAL SAW Resonator Using Lithium Niobate Thin Plate on Quartz Substrate
7021YasuakiWatanabeAbsolute Vibration Displacement of Piezoelectric Resonators on Polished Surfaces by Laser Speckle Interferometer
7223FeiXiaoFrequency Tuning in Resonant Nano-Electromechanical Devices Based on Anisotropic Two-Dimensional Semiconductor Rhenium Disulfide
7221JieZouTheoretical Study of Thermally Stable Large-Coupling Lithium Niobate SH0 Plate Wave Resonator
7277MichelePirroFerroelectric Considerations on cosputtered 30% AlScN with Different DC+Rf Ratios
7269HuaChenA 103 dBΩ 977 MHz Transimpedance Amplifier for 149 MHz Capacitive MEMS Disk Resonator
7098ZhijianYuA Dedicated Microwave Frequency Synthesizer for the Rubidium Atomic Clock
7067WeiliangChenThe Preliminary Progress of Nim Rb Fountain Clock
7045YudongDingScalar Potassium Magnetometer Based on Amplitude Modulated Nonlinear magneto-Optical Rotation
7046XuanHePerformance Optimizations of Optically Pumped Cesium Beam Frequency Standard
7097HuiLiProgress Report on the Development of a Cesium Fountain Clock at HUST
7102ShengnanMiaoResearch on Sympathetic Cooling 113Cd+-174Yb+ System by Molecular Dynamics Simulation
7015NongchaoXinProgresses Toward a Laser Cooled Yb+ Microwave Clock
7017YufeiYanEnhancing the Signal-to-Noise Ratio in Optically Pumped Cesium Beam Tubes Using a hexapole Magnetic System
7267FasongZhengMicrowave-Vacuum Integrated Cavity with a Low Temperature Sensitivity for Cs Fountain Clocks
7005ZacharyWarrenMeasuring Multipole Moments of the CPT Density Matrix Under Optical Field Polarization-Modulation Conditions
7057XianheHuangAnalysis of the Effect of Electrode Structure on the uniformization of Mass Sensitivity Distribution
7253WenSuiPressure Response and Air Damping of β-Ga2O3 Nanomechanical Resonators
7220SushrutaSurappaPhononic Frequency Comb Generation in a Micromechanical Resonator Operating in Air and Liquid Environments
7066Wen-HungTsengComparison of GNSS All-in-View (AV) and Upsampled Common-View (UCV) Time Transfers
7011XiangWangApplication of Vondrak Filtering Method in Software Defined Receiver (SDR)-Two-Way Satellite Time and Frequency transfer(TWSTFT)
7052MichaelWoutersEvaluation of a New low-Cost Receiver for GNSS time-Transfer
7071YufeiZhangParametric Optimization of the Practical Mixer Device in the Optical Comb Frequency Transfer System
7014FaxingZuoTime Synchronization Over Cascaded Backbone and Access fiber-Optic Links
7003DemetriosMatsakisA Physical Approach to the Uncertainties in UTC-UTC(k)
7064PengyuanChangLaser Spectroscopy Induced by Bichromatic or Polychromatic Laser for Laser Frequency Stabilization
7027LeileiHeVibrational Noise Investigation in a Cryogenic ultra-Stable Laser System
7132Jesse*Schelfhout*Isotopic Shift Spectroscopy and Atomic Structure Calculations for Yb intercombination and Clock Transitions
7034TiantianShiContinuous-Wave Mirrorless Lasing at 1470 μm in Blue-Light Pumped Cs Vapor
7041ZhiyuanWangFrequency Noise Characterization of an ultra-Stable Laser with a Frequency Instability of 1.3*10^-16
7022JianyeZhaoObservation of the Hydrogen 1S-2S Two-Photon Transition Excited by an Ultraviolet Mode-Locked Laser
7178DhruvKedarProgress of Silicon Cavity at 4 K with Crystalline Mirror Coatings
7175DahyeonLeeFlicker Phase Noise Reduction in high-Speed Photodiodes Using Short Pulses for Low Noise optical-to-Microwave Conversion
7166JoseValenciaA cryogenic, sapphire, ultra-Stable Optical Cavity with Crystalline Mirror Coatings

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