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Dates: 

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Registration deadline: 

Sunday, February 27, 2011

Registration before 28 Feb allows consideration for one of the many part-bursaries we have available.

The current speaker list (to be extended) comprises

Markus Aspelmeyer
Immanuel Bloch
Dirk Bouwmeester
Mark Hillery
Norbert Lütkenhaus
Gerard Milburn
Martin Plenio
John Rarity
Christian Roos
Kalle-Antti Suominen
Atac Imamoglu

Dates: 

Sunday, May 8, 2011

We would like to draw your attention to the workshop '''Quantum Science and Technologies'''. The European Quantum Information community has a tradition of biannual conferences (the last one was in September 2009 in Rome) covering the whole field, alternated with workshops on more specific themes, and this will be the 2010-2011 workshop in this series.

Dates: 

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Submission deadline: 

Monday, February 28, 2011

Registration deadline: 

Monday, February 28, 2011

We are delighted to announce that the *First Colloquium of the French Groupe de Recherche 'Information Quantique: Fondements et Applications' (GDR - IQFA)* will take place *from the 23th to the 25th of March 2011 at the University of Nice - Sophia Antipolis*, in the Theater of the "Big Castle" (Campus Valrose).

'''Aim and Scope of the Colloquium'''

Jon Cartwright at PhysicsWorld writes: ''Two independent groups have demonstrated how a pair of entangled photons can transfer their entanglement to and from a solid – the process that should one day form the backbone of so-called quantum memories or repeaters. These devices would enable quantum communication systems to transmit information over larger distances, with significantly reduced degradation.''

Quantum Gases and Quantum Information Group at the University of Amsterdam is looking for a talented PhD student to work on '''Nanoscale magnetic trap arrays: quantum simulators on an atom chip'''. The advertisement text can be downloaded at http://www.science.uva.nl/research/aplp/atomchips/oio-advert-jan2011.pdf

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