QUISCO meeting 16 June 2017
I am happy to announce the programme of our forthcoming meeting on Friday 16 June in St Andrews. Many thanks to everybody contributing.
All are welcome, let us come together after the longish break.
For those who haven’t been to our Department yet:
The travel directions and the official parking/access instructions are described here.
We are in room 222 in the Physics Department. If you enter through the main door just follow straight through the glass door, then turn left at the first possibility and the room is on your left, opposite to the printers.
I am really looking forward to seeing you all here.
With best wishes,
10.30– arrival, coffee/tea/discussions available in room 222; Talks in room 222 as well
10.45 Natalia Korolkova –welcome
10.50-11.30 1) Kali Wilson, Heriot Watt U, Signatures of superfluidity in nonlocal photon fluids
2) Thomas Roger, Optical analogues of the Newton-Schrodinger equation and boson stars
11.30-12.00 Viv Kendon, Durham U, Continuous-time quantum computing
12.00-12.30 Petros Wallden, Edinburgh U, Rigidity of quantum steering and one-sided device-independent verifiable quantum computation (based on: Gheorghiu, Wallden, Kashefi NJP 2017)
12.30-13.00 Ittoop Puthoor, Heriot Watt U, Measurement-device-independent quantum digital signatures
13.00-13.05 Natalia Korolkova – some announcements
13.05 -14.00 Lunch and informal discussions in room 233
14.00-14.30 Marco Piani, Strathclyde U, Genuine multilevel quantum coherence
14.30-15.00 Daniel Oi, Strathclyde U, Quantum Technology in Space
15.00-15.20 Friedrich Koenig, St. Andrews U, Quantum vacuum emission from an optical event horizon
15.20-15.40 Graeme Weir, Glasgow U, A New Solution For Minimum-Error Discrimination Of Arbitrary Qubit State
15.40-16.00 break, possibility to get coffee/tea/drinks etc from Physics café and vending machines (Physics foyer)
16.00-16.30 Thomas Brougham, Glasgow U, Can boson sampling tell us anything about the complexity of simulation spins?
16.30 onward – Discussion – future of QUISCO
Dr. Natalia Korolkova, Reader in Theoretical PhysicsQuantum Optics and Quantum InformationSchool of Physics and AstronomyUniversity of St. Andrews Tel. +44 1334 463139, room 311North Haugh Fax. +44 1334 463104St. Andrews KY16 9SSScotland, UKhttp://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/~qoihttp://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/~nvke.mail: email@example.com