Workshop

Nanolight_2020

Date: 
2020-03-08 - 2020-03-14
Registration deadline: 
2020-02-10 (All day)
Place: 
Benasque (Spain)

Dear colleagues,

 

You are invited to contribute to the NanoLight conference, 8-14 March 2020:

http://benasque.org/2020nanolight/

 

The conference is open for contributions.

3rd International Workshop on Rydberg Excitons in Semiconductors

Date: 
2019-07-15 - 2019-07-16
Registration deadline: 
2019-06-28 (All day)
Place: 
Durham University, UK
Website: 

We are pleased to announce that the 3rd International Workshop on Rydberg Excitons in Semiconductors is open to general registration. 

The workshop will take place in the Physics Department of Durham University on Monday 15th - Tuesday 16th July 2019.  It is hosted by Dr Matthew Jones (Durham University) in collaboration with Prof Manfred Bayer (Technical University Dortmund), Prof Stefan Scheel (University of Rostock) and Prof Thomas Pohl (Aarhus University).

Mathematical Foundations of Quantum Mechanics in memoriam Paul Busch

Date: 
2019-06-18 - 2019-06-19
Registration deadline: 
2019-05-31 (All day)
Place: 
Kings Manor, York, UK

Dear all,
(with apologies if you already received this via another list)

To remember Paul Busch’s contributions to quantum theory, a two-day 
meeting will be held on Tuesday 18th and Wednesday 19th June 2019 at the 
University of York:

Mathematical Foundations of Quantum Mechanics
in memoriam Paul Busch.

It will bring together researchers whose work relates to the interests 
of Paul Busch who passed away last year after a short illness.

Causality in the quantum world: DON'T MISS THE DEADLINE OPF 28 MAY!

Date: 
2019-09-17 - 2019-09-20
Registration deadline: 
2019-08-31 (All day)
Place: 
Anacapri, Italy

Quantum Simulation: Gauge Fields, Holography, and Topology

Date: 
2019-07-10 - 2019-07-12
Registration deadline: 
2019-03-31 (All day)
Place: 
University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), Bilbao, Spain
International Workshop on Quantum Simulation: Gauge Fields, Holography, and Topology, 10-12 July 2019, in Bilbao, Spain

Cross-Theme Workshop on Quantum Sensing and Imaging Technologies

Date: 
2019-03-20 - 2019-03-21
Registration deadline: 
2019-03-20 (All day)
Place: 
University of Portsmouth

The advent of the second quantum revolution continues to trigger worldwide the development of quantum technologies providing strategic capabilities for the security, health and wellbeing of our society.

Quantum Computing – From Algorithms to Applications

Date: 
2019-04-14 - 2019-04-20
Registration deadline: 
2019-03-08 (All day)
Place: 
Universitätszentrum Obergurgl, Obergurgl, Austria

We would like to announce the workshop: “Quantum Computing – From  Algorithms to Applications” to be held at the Universitätszentrum Obergurgl, 15.-19. April 2019 (Arrival Sunday 14th April, departure Saturday 20th April).

Engineering a Scalable Quantum Information Processor

Date: 
2019-04-23 - 2019-04-26
Registration deadline: 
2019-01-31 (All day)
Place: 
Bad Honnef, Germany

Quantum computers, once available for widespread use, will revolutionize the ways we generate and use new knowledge – of fundamental scientific nature and for a wide range of applications. The quest for a scalable quantum computer is as of yet largely driven by experts in physics and in computer science. The challenges posed by this task, however, will necessarily require in addition dedicated and target-driven efforts in engineering.

Workshop on Compound (atomic) quantum systems

Date: 
2019-05-20 - 2019-05-24
Registration deadline: 
2019-02-03 (All day)
Place: 
Lorentz Center, Leiden

The scope of the workshop is to discuss impurity physics and transport in ultracold synthetic quantum matter as well as solid-state systems in order to find synergies among the different communities and to identify common goals.

In additional to presentations by young and senior researchers, we shall have parallel sessions consisting of small groups discussing specialised topics as well as identify new challenges and ideas for the field.

Quantum Limits of Optical Communication II

Date: 
2018-09-19 - 2018-09-21
Registration deadline: 
2018-08-15 (All day)
Place: 
University of Warsaw, Ochota Campus, Warsaw, Poland

Ever growing demand for the capacity of optical communication systems calls for better understanding of their ultimate limits and more efficient strategies to utilise available resources. At the fundamental level, optical systems are described by quantum mechanics, which adopts a different view on the task of information transmission compared to the classical theory of electromagnetic waves: in the quantum mechanical description, data are carried in general by non-orthogonal quantum states rather than well defined macroscopic quantities such as the amplitude or the phase.

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