PhD Summer School on Quantum and Non-Linear Optics 2010

2010-08-22 - 2010-08-28
Sandbjerg Estate, Denmark

PhD Summer School on Quantum and Non-Linear Optics 2010

The 5th Summer School on quantum and nonlinear optics (QNLO) welcomes students from all over the world. The objective of the summer school is to introduce the participants to modern and very hot topics of quantum and nonlinear optics with emphasis on quantum information and quantum metrology.

The summer school will take place in August 22-28 2010 at the old castle, Sandbjerg Estate, in the beautiful settings of southern Denmark.

SMS2010 Advanced Summer School

2010-06-21 - 2010-07-02

Advanced school in quantum information processing and quantum cryptography

Stockholm Summer School on Quantum Optics and Nanophotonics 2010

2010-06-21 - 2010-06-25
Stockholm, Sweden

The aim of this school is to gather leading experts in quantum optics and nanophotonics to give lectures. These lectures will lead motivated graduate students and promising post doctoral fellows from basic concepts to the most challenging problems in cutting edge research.

The lectures cover topics in Quantum Optics and Nanophotonics, including:

The Capri Spring School on Transport in Nanostructures 2010

2010-04-11 - 2010-04-16
Capri, Italy

The scientific program of the School includes the following set of lectures:

* Rainer Blatt (Innsbruck): Quantum Information Science with Trapped Ions.

* Ignacio Cirac (Munich): A Quantum Information Perspective of Quantum Many-Body Systems.

* Daniel Esteve (Saclay ): Readout of quantum information in Josephson qubits: Readout Fidelity, Backaction, QND Character and Entanglement.

* Fabrizio Illuminati (Salerno): Entanglement, Quantum Information, and Collective Phenomena in Spin Systems.

* Daniel Loss (Basel): Spin Qubits in Nanostructures.

PreDoc School: Ultracold Atoms, Metrology and Quantum Optics

Les Houches

This year, our PreDoc school will cover three closely related topics. A series of lectures will be devoted to the basic techniques to reach the quantum degenerate regime, and the remarkable properties of this regime. A second series of lectures will deal with metrology, and the last one with quantum optics. Both experimental approaches and theoretical concepts will be covered, as well as a general overview of the fields, and an introduction to the underlying phenomena.

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