Workshop

2013 Workshop On Quantum Simulations With Trapped Ions (iQSim 13)

Date: 
2013-12-16 - 2013-12-19
Registration deadline: 
2013-09-12 (All day)
Place: 
Brighton, England

As part of the COST network IOTA, we are organising the ‘2013 Workshop On Quantum Simulations With Trapped Ions (iQSim 13)’ to be held in Brighton, England, 16-19 December 2013 (http://www.sussex.ac.uk/amo/iqsim13/) which is intended to start a biennial workshop series on quantum simulations with trapped ions.

QCD-TNT-III From quarks and gluons to hadronic matter: A bridge too far?

Date: 
2013-09-02 - 2013-09-06
Place: 
Villazzano TRENTO (TN)

Perspectives on Quantum Many-Body Entanglement

Date: 
2013-09-25 - 2013-09-27
Place: 
Mainz, Germany

Dear colleagues,

This is the first announcement of the 3-day workshop "Perspectives on Quantum Many-Body Entanglement", to take place at the Johannes-Gutenberg University in Mainz (Germany), September 25-27 2013.

Quantum 2014

Date: 
2014-05-26 - 2014-05-31
Place: 
Torino, Italy

Purpose of this workshop is to favour the exchange of ideas and discussion on last results among leading physicists working in the interconnected fields of Quantum Information and Foundations of Quantum Mechanics, in particular in the framework of quantum optics.
It is organized "ad memoriam" of our colleague and friend Carlo Novero who gave birth to this research line in our Institute.

Quantum Simulations

Date: 
2013-09-29 - 2013-10-04
Place: 
Benasque, Spain

Dear Colleagues,

The organizers of the "Benasque Workshop on Quantum Simulations" are glad to announce this event that will take place in Benasque, Spain, from September 29th until October 4th 2013. See list of invited speakers and full information at

http://www.benasque.org/2013qs/

There, you find all information to apply for contributed talk, poster presentation, or just attendance. Any additional information can be obtained by writing to info [at] benasque [dot] org

Single Photon Workshop 2013

Date: 
2013-10-15 - 2013-10-18
Place: 
Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA

SPW 2013 is the sixth and latest installment in a series of workshops on single-photon technologies and applications. Single-photon technologies are vital to applications such as quantum cryptography, quantum information processing, quantum imaging, and quantum metrology. Fields such as astrophysics, nuclear physics, and biology also benefit from developments in single-photon technologies.

2013 STE-QUEST Workshop

Date: 
2013-05-22 - 2013-05-23
Place: 
Noordwijk - The Netherlands

2013 STE-QUEST WORKSHOP
22-23 May 2013
ESTEC, room Newton
Keplerlaan 1, Noordwijk - The Netherlands
http://sci.esa.int/ste-quest-ws2013

Dear Colleague,

The dates of the STE-QUEST Workshop are approaching. Please, take note of the following deadlines:

- 01 May: Deadline for hotel booking at discount rate;
- 01 May: Abstracts submission deadline;
- 15 May: Registration deadline.

DCM 2013

Date: 
2013-08-26
Place: 
Buenos Aires - Argentina

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Call for Papers

DCM 2013

Developments in Computational Models

http://www.dcm-workshop.org.uk/2013

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Monday August 26 2013

A satellite event of CONCUR 2013

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Workshop on Quantum Telecommunications

Date: 
2013-05-15 - 2013-05-17
Place: 
Lisbon, Portugal

The Workshop on Quantum Telecommunications will be held on 15-17 May 2013, in Lisbon, and aims at disseminating the latest theoretical and experimental results in quantum telecommunications, quantum information and quantum cryptography, in an informal setting, with plenty of time for discussions. The number of participants is limited.

For more information and registration, please see:
http://www.qtworkshop.org/

Quantum Many Body Systems out of Equilibrium

Date: 
2013-08-12 - 2013-08-30
Place: 
Dresden, Germany

The last half-decade has witnessed an explosion of activity and interest in non-equilibrium dynamics in collective quantum systems. The experimental context is predominantly ultracold atomic gases, with a rapidly growing number of non-equilibrium experiments appearing each year. The field is complemented by new solid-state experimental possibilities such as ultrafast pump-probe experiments and controlled mesoscopic transport. At the same time, a growing community of theorists is developing new paradigms to address fundamental issues concerning quantum non-equilibrium situations.

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