2011-12-12 - 2011-12-16

QIP 2012 call for papers

Submissions of abstracts for contributed papers are sought in research areas related to quantum information science and quantum information processing. A small number of contributed paper submissions will be selected as featured papers. The submission to QIP should consist of 2-3 pages, containing a non-technical, clear and insightful description of the results and main ideas, their impact, and their importance to quantum information and computation. In addition, the submission should direct the reader to a technical version of the work (this should preferably be online but otherwise can be provided as an attachment). The submission should not consist of a compressed version of the technical exposition of the paper, but instead should facilitate the reading of the technical version and help the program committee assess its importance. In exceptional cases, submissions without technical versions may be accepted. The space limit of 2-3 pages concerns a text written in a reasonable font convenient enough for the PC members to read. It does not include the references. The 2-3 page abstracts of the accepted contributed papers and featured papers will be posted on the QIP 2012 website. More details will be provided in the acceptance notifications.

Paper Submission

Deadline: Monday, August 29, 2011, 7 pm GMT time (the system will be closed exactly at this time).
Notice of acceptance: October 3, 2011

Poster Submission

Early deadline: September 15, 2011 (23:59 in any time zone)
Early notice of acceptance : October 9, 2011
Late deadline: November 1, 2011
Late notice of acceptance: November 14, 2011

Important note regarding poster submission

The poster session is a wonderful opportunity to present your recent work and discuss it with the other attendants of the conference. In principle all poster submissions will be accepted, except those that are clearly unreasonable, wrong, or out of scope. Due to space limitations, at most 150 posters can be presented at QIP 2012. Should the total number of poster submissions exceed 150, the threshold for accepting posters submitted in the second phase will be more strict than in the first phase, and might depend also on order of submission.


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