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PhD position at the University of Vienna: Quantum Information Theory + High Energy Physics
In 1964, the physicist John St. Bell initiated a new research field by studying quantum mechanics closer. Until today, many interesting and fruitful directions have emerged and even the first applications are on the market. In a different field, in particle physics, experiments are achieving ever higher precision such that the borderline of known physics will be reached.
The 2014 International Summer School on Quantum Information Computing & Control (QuICC) will be held between the 25th and 29th of August at Exeter University. It aims to bring together experimental and theoretical physicists studying quantum phenomena in a variety of systems. Over the course of five days, the invited speakers will give three lectures each on their chosen topics. We also aim to foster a social atmosphere that will encourage the exchange of ideas between all attending participants through various social events.
Date/time: 22nd April 2014 2pm BST/UTC+1
Speaker: Chris Richardson (University of Liege)
Title: On the Uncertainty of the Ordering of Nonlocal Wavefunction Collapse when Relativity is Considered
Abstract: The temporal measurement order and therefore the originator of the instantaneous collapse of the wavefunction of a spatiality entangled particle pair can change depending on the reference frame of an observer. This can lead to a paradox in which its seems that both measurements collapsed the wavefunction before the other.
Quantum Roundabout is a Postgraduate Student Conference focused on the fundamentals of Quantum Physics, to be held from June 29th to July 2nd 2014 at The University of Nottingham, School of Mathematical Sciences.
The event intends to bring together young researchers, working at the crossroad between Physics and Applied Mathematics, into an enriching scientific interaction and is organised by postgraduate students at the University of Nottingham.
We are pleased to announce the 2014 ComplexQuantumSystems Summer School at the University of Vienna. This year's edition will feature five series of lectures held by international experts on both theoretical and experimental quantum physics:
Jens Eisert (FU Berlin, DE) – Quantum Many Body Theory
Christopher Fuchs (Raytheon, USA) – Quantum Foundations
Melanie Schnell (CFEL, DE) – Molecular Quantum Physics
Vladan Vuletic (MIT, USA) – Light-atom interaction
Ian Walmsley (Oxford, UK) – Quantum Networks
This is the fourth of a series of conferences which were organized previously in Valencia, Okazaki and Pisa. In the next conference in Durban emphasis will be given to the properties of quantum walks also in relations to quantum simulations.