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Registration deadline: 

Thursday, January 17, 2013

CryptoWorks21 is run by the Institute for Quantum Computing and the Centre for Applied Cryptographic Research at the University of Waterloo, in collaboration with colleagues at the University of Calgary’s Institute for Quantum Information Science and Institute for Security, Privacy and Information Assurance, and at the University of Montréal and McGill University. We work in collaboration with other industry, government and academic organizations around the world.

The Faculty of Physics of the University of Warsaw invites applications for research fellowships and research professorships in photonics and quantum science.

PhD Scholarship

The aim of the Workshop is to discuss current theoretical developments on quantum non-equilibrium dynamics at the interface of statistical mechanics, condensed matter, cold atoms, quantum information, quantum probability and quantum control.

Invited Speakers:
T. Brandes (Berlin), S. Diehl (Innsbruck), B. Doyon (London), F. Essler (Oxford), C. Flindt (Geneva),
J. Gough (Aberystwyth), M. Müller (Madrid), F. Verstraete (Vienna), M. Wolf (Munich)

Submission deadline: 

Thursday, May 9, 2013

Registration deadline: 

Sunday, April 28, 2013

The Canadian Quantum Information Students' Conference (CQISC) is the annual conference in the field of Quantum Information Sciences run by and for students across Canada and around the world. The conference is open to students of various backgrounds including, but not limited to, physics, mathematics, computer science, chemistry and engineering. The conference is held over the five days following the Annual Canadian Summer School on Quantum Information. All participants are encouraged to present a 20 minutes talk or contribute a poster on their research area.


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