Updated agenda for the Q-Essence session on the 8th of July / Oxford.
Please find the updated version of agenda in the attachment.
Q-ESSENCE support of mobilities and scientific meetings.
Q-ESSENCE has allocated a budget for support of mobilities (students/postdocs) and scientific meetings (conferences, workshops, schools) .
University of Ulm is a coorganizer of the 3rd International Summer School of the SFB/TRR21 "Control of Quantum Correlations in Tailored Matter", Heinrich-Fabri-Haus, Blaubeuren, October 3rd-5th 2010.
The SFB TRR21 located in Stuttgart, Ulm and Tübingen, invites all interested parties to attend its 3rd annual summer school in Heinrich-Fabri-Haus, Blaubeuren, October 3rd-5th 2010. The topics this year are "quantum effects in biology", "quantum tomography and sensing" and "hybrid quantum systems". Please contact Michael Hellwig (Michael [dot] Hellwig [at] uni-ulm [dot] de) for further information.
QVA - brief video abstracts to recent papers on the arXiv.
The purpose of Quantiki Video Abstracts is to provide brief video abstracts to recent papers on the arXiv. The abstracts provide a "teaser" for the paper and should guide the audience into your work, emphasizing what you think is the most important result. Everybody is welcome to contribute.
Attendance in the Q-Essence Consortium Session, 8th of July, Oxford.
Please state your attendance in the Q-Essence Consortium Session on the 8th of July in Oxford at
The agenda for the meeting can be found in the document attached.
This will be a session open to all members of the QIP research community. The Program includes both European and non-European speakers and representatives of the European Commission.
Carlos Pineda, Thomas Barthel, and Jens Eisert
Phys. Rev. A 81, 050303(R) (2010)
We introduce a scheme for efficiently describing pure states of strongly correlated fermions in higher dimensions using unitary circuits featuring a causal cone. A local way of computing local expectation values is presented. We formulate a dynamical reordering scheme, corresponding to time-adaptive Jordan-Wigner transformation, that avoids nonlocal string operators. Primitives of such a reordering scheme are highlighted. Fermionic unitary circuits can be contracted with the same complexity as in the spin case.
Oxford FP6 and FP7 meeting registration open.
Q-Essence project will have its session during the FP6 and FP7 QIP Open Day + FP6 IP Cluster Review that takes place on 6-8 July at Wadham College, Oxford, UK. The registration for the event is now open.