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IASM/Banff Workshop — Geometry and Physics of Quantum Toroidal Algebra
02 Oct 2022 - 07 Oct 2022 • Hangzhou, China
Organizer:
The Institute for Advanced Study in Mathematics (IASM) in Hangzhou, China
Event listing ID:
1439901
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ICIQP 2022 — International Conference on Integrated Quantum Photonics 2022 (ICIQP 2022)
05 Oct 2022 - 07 Oct 2022 • Copenhagen, Denmark
Organizer:
Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
Abstract:
The International Conference on Integrated Quantum Photonics – ICIQP aims at becoming a regular international meeting for the integrated quantum optics community, where leading groups worldwide meet to present and discuss the latest progress and future challenges. The meeting will take place in Copenhagen Denmark from the 5th to the 7th of October 2022 at Technical University of Denmark (DTU). The program will include prestigious invited speakers, tutorial, oral contributions and poster sessions.
Topics:
Quantum light sources, Discrete and continuous variables, On-chip light manipulation, Integrated quantum cryptography and communication, Optical quantum computation, On-chip quantum light detection
Abstract submission deadline:
17 Jun 2022
Event listing ID:
1486173
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Workshop on Quantum Computing and Operations Research
13 Oct 2022 - 14 Oct 2022 • The Fields Institute, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Organizer:
The Fields Institute
Abstract:
The goal of the workshop is to foster the creation of a community at the intersection of operations research (OR) and quantum computing (QC).
Event listing ID:
1494350
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mwi2022tau — The Many-Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics Current Status and Relation to Other Interpretations
18 Oct 2022 - 22 Oct 2022 • Tel-Aviv, Israel
Organizer:
Center for Quantum Science and Technology, Tel-Aviv University
Abstract:
The MWI solves the measurement problem, avoids action at a distance and indeterminism and does not contradict empirical evidence. Why, then, it is not in the consensus? The workshop will aim to promote the ongoing debate on the foundations of quantum mechanics by dealing with the major open questions regarding the MWI and its alternatives.
Contact:
Email: mwiconference2022@gmail.com
Topics:
Quantum Foundations Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics Many-Worlds Interpretation Decoherence
Event listing ID:
1474430
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SPW 2022 — Single Photon Workshop 2022
31 Oct 2022 - 04 Nov 2022 • Seoul, South Korea
Organizer:
KIST
Abstract submission deadline:
01 Jul 2022
Event listing ID:
1486227
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The analysis of relativistic quantum systems
09 Jan 2023 - 13 Jan 2023 • CIRM (Marseille Luminy), France
Organizer:
CIRM – Centre International de Rencontres Mathématiques
Abstract:
Relativistic Quantum Mechanics is central in Physics and Mathematical Physics. It plays a very important role in the analysis of many relevant topics in that field. The basic operator for relativistic models is the Dirac operator. Contrary to the case of the non-relativistic Schrödinger operator, the Dirac operator is not semi-bounded, its spectrum being real and unbounded in both directions, for positive and negative values having a gap (−m, m), m the mass of the particle, in the middle of the essential spectrum. This property has many consequences, both for the physical interpretation of the solutions of the models based on the Dirac operator as for the much more difficult mathematical analysis of those models. These difficulties arise already at the level of one-particle systems. For N-particle systems, the difficulties arising from the total unboundedness of the operator together with the usual difficulties for N-particle systems in Quantum Mechanics are very stimulating mathematically, since they are the source of a large number of very interesting and difficult problems that are far from being understood at the moment. Various groups of mathematicians and mathematical physicists have specialized on these topics in the past two or three decades and have produced already a good amount of important results. But much remains to be understood and proved. The aim of this workshop is to stimulate the interaction of researchers in all those groups, researchers who have different approaches, points of view and methodologies. Also many of them have so far specialized on a part of the theory, and open discussions about the models, the difficulties to analyze them, the existing methods, the new perspectives to tackle more difficult problems out of reach at the moment, among all of them should be a great opportunity for making progress and opening new perspectives for the future.
Event listing ID:
1502922
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QIP 2023 — 26th Conference on Quantum Information Processing
04 Feb 2023 - 10 Feb 2023 • Ghent, Belgium
Organizer:
Hosted by the Quantum Group of Ghent University
Abstract submission deadline:
01 Nov 2022
Event listing ID:
1517159
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BIRS Workshop — Non-Markovianity in Open Quantum Systems
12 Feb 2023 - 17 Feb 2023 • Banff, Alberta, Canada
Organizer:
Banff International Research Station (BIRS) for Mathematical Innovation and Discovery
Abstract:
The workshop deals with the behaviour of quantum objects (atoms, molecules...) which are subjected to external noises (light, vibrations...). The objects are very `tiny'; they react drastically to the slightest contact with their surroundings. Understanding and modelling the dynamical processes is the central task of the theory of open quantum systems. Examples of open systems are molecules in plants exposed to sunlight (→ photosynthesis), or basic building blocks (quantum bits) in a quantum computer, mounted on a substrate. We focus on the role of memory in the open system dynamics, a situation occurring in many physically/chemically/biologically relevant situations. Information between the objects and the surroundings is passed back and forth (and not forgotten) during the interaction. This leads to challenging mathematical models and analytical problems, as well as to potentially very useful practical applications.
Event listing ID:
1498897
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Quromorphic Winter Workshop 2023
14 Feb 2023 - 16 Feb 2023 • Erlangen, Germany
Abstract:
Quromorphic will hold a workshop on all things Quromorphic-related. The workshop aims to bring together specialists on all of the various aspects of neuromorphic quantum computing, from theorists designing quantum algorithms. to experimentalists building working quantum chips, to industry experts concerned with the real-world applications of quromorphic computing. Together we will discuss not only he current state-of-the-art for quantum computing, but also future of the field, both as a topic of academic research and as an emerging technology.
Event listing ID:
1517149
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Quantum Australia
21 Feb 2023 - 23 Feb 2023 • Sydney – hybrid, Australia
Organizer:
Presented by Sydney Quantum Academy
Abstract:
The three-day online and in-person event will explore the theme 'Building the foundations for a quantum economy'. Thought-provoking panels and presentations will cover the quantum technology developments and innovative collaborations taking place in Australia and beyond.
Event listing ID:
1517051
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Gordon Research Conference — Quantum Biology
19 Mar 2023 - 24 Mar 2023 • Galveston, TX, United States
Abstract:
Over the last decade or so, the field of quantum biology has been propelled by experimental and theoretical efforts that have led to remarkable discoveries at the interfaces of traditional disciplines (e.g., biology, chemistry and physics). Evidence suggests that subtle quantum effects may shape biological processes and functions in living organisms, as exemplified by photosynthesis, enzyme catalysed reactions, and magnetic field effects on spin-dependent reactions in biology, to name a few. This is an exciting and emerging science of the 21st century, where there are many fascinating, fundamental questions that will inspire new ways to better understand and enhance health and medicine.
Topics:
Emerging Methodologies to Investigate Quantum Effects in Biology
Event listing ID:
1506724
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HQT 2023 & Germanium day — Hybrid Quantum Technologies workshop & Germanium day
03 Apr 2023 - 06 Apr 2023 • Klosterneuburg, Austria
Abstract:
The scientific scope of the HQT workshop will be to bring together people from slightly different communities aiming at fruitful discussions and exchange of ideas. The scientific scope is at the intersection between spin qubits, hybrid semiconductor-superconductor devices and superconducting circuits/qubits. Leading people from all fields will present their latest result. In addition, two poster sessions where students and postdocs can present their results will take place.
Event listing ID:
1486235
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Quantum Computing Methods for High Energy Physics
10 Apr 2023 - 05 May 2023 • Munich, Germany
Organizer:
MIAPbP - Munich Institute for Astro-, Particle and BioPhysics an institute of the Excellence Cluster ORIGINS
Abstract:
This four-week programme brings together world-leading experts working at the intersection of quantum-information sciences (QIS) and high-energy physics (HEP), with a focus on quantum simulation, quantum machine learning, and tensor networks.
Event listing ID:
1486267
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Spring School on Superconducting Qubit Technology
11 Apr 2023 - 21 Apr 2023 • Benasque , Spain
Organizer:
Centro de Ciencias de Benasque Pedro Pascual
Event listing ID:
1497093
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BQIT:23 — Bristol Quantum Information Technologies Workshop 2023
24 Apr 2023 - 27 Apr 2023 • Bristol, United Kingdom
Abstract:
BQIT is a three day annual workshop aimed at enabling leading UK and international academics and industrial partners to come together; to explore and discuss future ambitions and challenges in the field of Quantum Information Technologies. Since our conception in 2014 we have had 307 speakers and panellists who have presented their work and opinions on a range of topics, from quantum theory to innovation in industry.
Event listing ID:
1517030
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Workshop — MIP* = RE and the Connes’ Embedding Problem
08 May 2023 - 12 May 2023 • MSRI, Berkeley, CA, United States
Organizer:
Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI)
Abstract:
This workshop is about the recent MIP*=RE result from quantum computational complexity, and the resulting resolution of the Connes embedding problem from the theory of von Neumann algebras. MIP*=RE connects the disparate areas of computational complexity theory, quantum information, operator algebras, and approximate representation theory. The techniques used in the proof of MIP*=RE, such as self-testing and probabilistically checkable proofs, are well-known in theoretical computer science and quantum information, but are unfortunately completely foreign in operator algebras and approximate representation theory. Likewise, the tools of operator algebras and approximate representation theory are mostly unfamiliar in theoretical computer science and quantum information. This has made it challenging to translate the MIP*=RE result and the techniques used to prove it into a form digestible to operator algebraists. The aim of this workshop is to bridge this divide, by giving an in-depth exposition of the techniques used in the proof of MIP*=RE, and highlighting perspectives on the MIP*=RE result from operator algebras and approximate representation theory. In particular, this workshop will highlight connections with group stability, something that has not been covered in previous workshops. In addition to increasing understanding of the MIP*=RE proof, we hope that this will open up further applications of the ideas behind MIP*=RE in operator algebras.
Event listing ID:
1515632
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INMS Workshop — Mathematical Physics in Quantum Technology: From Finite to Infinite Dimensions
22 May 2023 - 26 May 2023 • ICMS, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Organizer:
ICMS - International Centre for Mathematical Sciences
Abstract:
Quantum technology is a vibrant discipline of research with numerous applications in all areas of science. The particular interest for this workshop lies in the area of quantum information and the control of quantum systems. While traditionally these disciplines have worked with finite-dimensional mathematical models for the sake of simplicity and since it has appeared sufficient, ever-growing physical systems and progress in experimental realisations make it natural to ask what happens in infinite dimensions: in the end, for large systems, infinite-dimensional approximations can often simplify the description of the finite-dimensional system; moreover, many systems are simply not finite-dimensional and hence a reliable mathematical description is needed. In this research workshop we would like to look at a number of current research themes in the wider area of quantum information such as robust quantum control, long-term stability of quantum systems, entanglement breaking channels and the divisibility of channels. By gathering experts from these areas, this workshop will stimulate discussions and cross-pollination, to look at common structures and frameworks, and to study the transition from finite to infinite dimensions and convergence properties in all of them.
Event listing ID:
1514043
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QUANTUMatter 2023 — 3rd Quantum Matter International Conference
23 May 2023 - 25 May 2023 • Madrid, Spain
Abstract:
The 3rd edition of the Quantum Matter International Conference – QUANTUMatter 2023 (Madrid, Spain)– aims at gathering the various communities engaged in the science and technologies of quantum information and quantum matter, to foster the incubation of new ideas & collaborations at the forefront of quantum technologies, emerging quantum materials and novel generations of quantum communication protocols, quantum sensing and quantum simulation.
Abstract submission deadline:
21 Apr 2023
Event listing ID:
1517076
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RADCOR 2023 — 16th International Symposium on Radiative Corrections: Applications of Quantum Field Theory to Phenomenology
28 May 2023 - 02 Jun 2023 • Crieff, Scottland, United Kingdom
Abstract:
This conference is the 16th in the series of biennial RADCOR conferences on radiative corrections. It is devoted to the applications of quantum field theory to particle physics phenomenology. Subjects will include precision calculations for colliders; progress in higher-loop and higher-multiplicity calculations in the Standard Model; cross sections for new physics; interpretations of experimental data; new techniques for calculations; advances in computer-algebra methods; new theoretical developments.
Abstract submission deadline:
20 Feb 2023
Event listing ID:
1507010
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FPCP — 21st Conference on Flavor Physics and CP Violation
29 May 2023 - 02 Jun 2023 • Lyon, France
Organizer:
IP2I - University of Lyon
Abstract:
The Flavor Physics and CP Violation (FPCP) conferences are intended for the exchange of new ideas, for presentation of the latest experimental and theoretical results in the areas included in the conference title, and for discussions about future projects in the field. The conference is open to all experimental and theoretical physicists interested in the field. This conference series results from the merging of the Heavy Flavor Physics Conference and the International Conference on B Physics and CP Violation in 2002.
Event listing ID:
1507033
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BIRS Workshop — Quantum Information Theory in Quantum Field Theory and Cosmology
04 Jun 2023 - 09 Jun 2023 • Banff, Alberta, Canada
Organizer:
Banff International Research Station (BIRS) for Mathematical Innovation and Discovery
Abstract:
Quantum information theory is the foundation of quantum computers. Participants including leading physicists from Canada and across the globe will discuss the role of quantum information theory to tackle fundamental questions in Physics about our Universe. This five day workshop will hold morning and afternoon sessions with ample time for discussions with leading physicists in the field. The workshop will feature an evening public lecture by an internationally renowned physicist, to be attended by members of the local community, high school students and anyone interested in getting an insider's overview of the current state of theoretical physics at the forefront. It will also feature two panel discussions focused on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in the academia.
Event listing ID:
1499108
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Entangle This V
11 Jun 2023 - 17 Jun 2023 • Benasque , Spain
Organizer:
Centro de Ciencias de Benasque Pedro Pascual
Event listing ID:
1497135
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Quantum Information
18 Jun 2023 - 08 Jul 2023 • Benasque , Spain
Organizer:
Centro de Ciencias de Benasque Pedro Pascual
Event listing ID:
1497189
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Optica Quantum 2.0 Conference and Exhibition
19 Jun 2023 - 22 Jun 2023 • Denver, United States
Organizer:
Optica
Abstract:
On the edge of a technology revolution, Quantum 2.0 refers to the development and use of quantum superposition and entanglement in large engineered systems. Examples of such large quantum systems include quantum computers and simulators, quantum communication networks and arrays of quantum sensors. New technologies will go far beyond the (quantum 1.0) capabilities offered by single systems.
Event listing ID:
1517077
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Gordon Research Seminar — Quantum Sensing
22 Jul 2023 - 23 Jul 2023 • Les Diablerets, Switzerland
Topics:
Emerging Physical Platforms and Applications of Quantum Sensors
Event listing ID:
1511030
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Gordon Research Conference — Quantum Sensing
23 Jul 2023 - 28 Jul 2023 • Les Diablerets, Switzerland
Topics:
Frontiers of Sensing in the Quantum Regime with Atomic, Solid-State and Photonic Systems
Event listing ID:
1511064
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Gordon Research Seminar — Quantum Control of Light and Matter
05 Aug 2023 - 06 Aug 2023 • Salve Regina University, Newport, RI, United States
Abstract:
Coherent control aims to steer quantum systems towards desired final states through its interaction with light. Recent years have witnessed rapid acceleration of research activity in the field. Along with new theoretical control strategies, latest advances in nonlinear optics and ultrafast laser technology have enabled spatial and temporal coherence of light to be extended through to the UV and X-ray regions. The possibility of engineering and tailoring coherent waveforms is paving the way to novel discoveries in a number of scientific disciplines at the interface between physics, chemistry and biology. Promising applications include the development and control of quantum materials and metamaterials, control of chiral matter, and high-precision spectroscopy on ultrafast time scales.
Topics:
Theoretical and Experimental Techniques for Coherent Quantum Control With Strong Fields
Event listing ID:
1511109
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Gordon Research Conference — Quantum Control of Light and Matter
06 Aug 2023 - 11 Aug 2023 • Salve Regina University, Newport, RI, United States
Abstract:
The conference will focus on the two paradigms, quantum control and quantum technology, which are highly interconnected and merging together very rapidly. The development of the general principles of quantum control is essential for future quantum technology. Quantum control deals primarily with the interaction of laser light with matter. The objective of the control is to modify the state of matter or the course of a chemical or physical process. These control tasks require “intelligent” light fields, which have to be highly controllable in frequency, phase, and intensity.
Topics:
Diversity and Synergetic in Quantum Control and Quantum Technology
Event listing ID:
1511088
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Entanglement in Strongly Correlated Systems
06 Aug 2023 - 19 Aug 2023 • Benasque , Spain
Organizer:
Centro de Ciencias de Benasque Pedro Pascual
Event listing ID:
1497131
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Particle & AMO physicists discussing quantum sensors and new physics 2023
28 Aug 2023 - 08 Sep 2023 • Munich, Germany
Organizer:
MIAPbP - Munich Institute for Astro-, Particle and BioPhysics
Abstract:
In order to maximize the impact of using quantum technology to probe fundamental interactions it is critical that each community improves its knowledge of the other discipline. We plan to bring in world experts in quantum technologies and particle physics in order to discuss how the recent progress in the precision front of quantum sensors could be used to search for new physics and study fundamental interactions. We plan to invite practitioners of both AMO and particle physics to sit together and learn from each other about the state of the art and to discuss how quantum sensors can be used to search for “old” and “new” types of Beyond the Standard Model physics.
Topics:
Experiment-HEP, Phenomenology-HEP, Instrumentation, Quantum Physics
Event listing ID:
1507170
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Long-term Workshop 2023 — Quantum Information, Quantum Matter and Quantum Gravity
04 Sep 2023 - 06 Oct 2023 • YITP, Kyoto, Japan
Organizer:
Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University
Event listing ID:
1467541
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Many-Body Quantum Systems
10 Sep 2023 - 16 Sep 2023 • Oberwolfach, Germany
Organizer:
Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach (MFO, Oberwolfach Research Institute for Mathematics)
Event listing ID:
1495258
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Workshop I: Quantum Algorithms for Scientific Computation
02 Oct 2023 - 06 Oct 2023 • Los Angeles, CA, United States
Organizer:
Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM), UCLA
Abstract:
The recent development of quantum algorithms has significantly pushed forward the frontier of using quantum computers for performing a wide range of scientific computing problems. This includes solving numerical linear algebra tasks for very large matrices, such as solving linear systems, eigenvalue decomposition, singular value decomposition, matrix function evaluation etc, as well as solving certain high dimensional linear and nonlinear differential equations, such as heat equations and wave equations. This workshop aims to bring together leading experts across different disciplines, including experts in solving related tasks using classical computers that can potentially inspire the development of new quantum algorithms; discuss recent progress made in the development of quantum algorithms for linear algebra and differential equations and the advances in classical algorithms; foster the discussion and pave the path towards identifying and overcoming challenging problems in science and engineering and for various industrial and technological applications.
Topics:
Part of the Long Program Mathematical and Computational Challenges in Quantum Computing
Event listing ID:
1501681
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INMS Workshop — Topological Quantum Computation
09 Oct 2023 - 13 Oct 2023 • ICMS, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Organizer:
ICMS - International Centre for Mathematical Sciences
Abstract:
Topology is likely to be featured prominently in any truly useful quantum computation scheme. The hurdle of scalable fault-tolerance is insurmountable with the current incremental progress -- while it is possible to engineer systems supporting hundreds of physical qubits, applications beyond academic interest require millions of qubits to implement robust error correction. Topological quantum computation (TQC) relies upon the preparation of topological phases of matter supporting non-abelian anyons to perform inherently fault-tolerant operations. As errors are corrected at the hardware level through the topological nature of anyons, the problem of scalability is simultaneously overcome. On the other hand, despite years of effort we still don't have unassailable confirmation that non-abelian anyons exist. This workshop will bring together researchers in a diversity of fields in and around TQC for the purpose of broadening and deepening the subject, with an eye towards accelerating the realization of scalable technology.
Event listing ID:
1514195
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Workshop II: Mathematical Aspects of Quantum Learning
16 Oct 2023 - 20 Oct 2023 • Los Angeles, CA, United States
Organizer:
Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM), UCLA
Abstract:
What will quantum computers be useful for once we have them? Machine learning and optimization would be important applications if quantum computers were useful for them, but the level of quantum benefit is unknown. One aim of the workshop is to bring together experts in classical and quantum machine learning to discuss the role of mathematical proof as well as experimentation in understanding these topics. A second aim is to explore how classical machine learning techniques can help us build better quantum computers.
Topics:
Part of the Long Program Mathematical and Computational Challenges in Quantum Computing
Event listing ID:
1501735
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Workshop III: Many-body Quantum Systems via Classical and Quantum Computation
06 Nov 2023 - 09 Nov 2023 • Los Angeles, CA, United States
Organizer:
Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM), UCLA
Abstract:
The ability to create and manipulate complex quantum states offers the potential for dramatic increases in computational power, measurement sensitivity, and information security. Understanding the dynamics of such entangled many-body states raises a number of mathematical and physical questions, as such states often lie beyond standard approximate descriptions used in different areas of physics. This workshop is devoted to the related problems of how quantum and classical computers can be used to attack important problems in many-body quantum mechanics across application domains. While the faithful representation of full many-particle Hilbert spaces on a classical computer is exponentially costly, efficient approximate representations for specific purposes have been discovered, such as tensor networks. Studying the dynamics of quantum computers in the current NISQ area leads naturally to questions of robustness and control.
Topics:
Part of the Long Program Mathematical and Computational Challenges in Quantum Computing
Event listing ID:
1501734
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Workshop IV: Topology, Quantum Error Correction and Quantum Gravity
27 Nov 2023 - 01 Dec 2023 • Los Angeles, CA, United States
Organizer:
Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM), UCLA
Abstract:
The goal of finding better quantum error correcting codes gains motivation not just in fault tolerant quantum computing, but also for attacking major open questions in quantum complexity theory. This workshop will bring together leading researchers working on both the areas, with the aim of making progress on questions such as the quantum PCP conjecture, better quantum LDPC codes, quantum local testability and tests for quantumness.
Topics:
Part of the Long Program Mathematical and Computational Challenges in Quantum Computing
Event listing ID:
1501777
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BIRS Workshop — Subfactors and Fusion (2-)Categories
03 Dec 2023 - 08 Dec 2023 • Banff, Alberta, Canada
Organizer:
Banff International Research Station (BIRS) for Mathematical Innovation and Discovery
Abstract:
The symmetries of classical mathematical objects form a group. In the past several decades, we have seen new quantum mathematical objects like von Neumann algebras and quantum field theories whose symmetries are best described by tensor categories. One reason for this is that these mathematical objects naturally form higher categories, and thus their endomorphisms naturally form higher monoidal categories. In this sense, we view fusion categories as objects which encode quantum symmetries. Subfactors are a rich source of examples of exotic unitary fusion categories, and conversely, every unitary fusion category arises from a subfactor. This correspondence leads to deep mathematical connections between these fields. These mathematical objects are also intimately related to conformal field theory and topological phases of matter, which give topological quantum field theories, in which higher categories play an important role. The purpose of this workshop is built on the 2014 and 2018 BIRS workshops on subfactors and fusion categories, with the goal of studying these objects through a higher categorical lens. To do so, we will bring together world experts from subfactors, fusion categories, higher categories, and mathematical physics to further develop the deep and rich connections between these fields.
Event listing ID:
1499356
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Nanolight
25 Feb 2024 - 02 Mar 2024 • Benasque , Spain
Organizer:
Centro de Ciencias de Benasque Pedro Pascual
Event listing ID:
1497151


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