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Date/time: Tue. 26th Nov. 3pm GMT/UTC
Speaker: Mark Wilde (Louisiana State University)
Title: Strong Converse Theorems in Quantum Information Theory

Submission deadline: 

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Registration deadline: 

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

The application deadline for the Workshop on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Quantum Information Processing, NMR-QIP in Rio, has been postponed to November 20th. The event will be held in the Brazilian Center for Research in Physics, CBPF, in Rio de Janeiro.

Some of the most important researches in the area of NMR-QIP will be discussing aspects of quantum computation, quantum communication, simulation of quantum systems on quantum computers, effects of the environment and characterization of quantum correlations, implementation of QIP in Solid-State devices, and so on.

Beyond I.I.d in information theory will be organised by the Centre for Quantum Technologies (CQT), National University of Singapore, from 19-21 May 2014 at the University Town, Education Resource Centre, Seminar Room on NUS campus.

The C. N. Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics at Stony Brook University invites applications for a postdoctoral position in the field of theoretical quantum information science with anticipated appointment dates of September 1, 2014.

Submission deadline: 

Thursday, December 19, 2013

Registration deadline: 

Thursday, December 19, 2013

The quest to create complex synthetic quantum systems from the bottom up is currently one of the most active and exciting areas of physics. It promises the ability to study new and advanced quantum mechanical effects for fundamental science and applications in quantum engineering. Typical experimental systems in this area are cold atoms and ions, nano-resonators, semiconductor quantum dots or superconducting quantum interference devices, with new and exciting ones added regularly. All of these allow large experimental control and detailed theoretical understanding.

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