We are pleased to advise that the Quantum Optics VIII conference will take place from 26 May 2013 to 1 June 2013 in Poland in Warsaw area. The conference website is live at http://phoqus.fuw.edu.pl/quantumopticsviii/. Posters can be submitted till 8th April 2013 and registration is available till 10th April 2013.
We are pleased to invite postgraduate researchers, from inside and outside the UK, to exchange ideas on the mathematical aspects of relativistic quantum physics. A special focus will be given to relativistic quantum information, a relatively young field which combines techniques from quantum field theory, quantum gravity, quantum information and quantum optics.
Our invited speakers reflect the diversity of areas covered:
Prof. Bob Coecke (Oxford)
Dr. Ivette Fuentes (Nottingham)
Dr. Etera Livine (Lyon)
Prof. Tim Ralph (Brisbane)
You are cordially invited to attend the International Conference on Quantum Metrology (QM) in Poznan, Poland. The QM 2013 is organized by Poznan University of Technology (Poland) with collaboration with Friedrich-Schiller University in Jena (Germany).
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.
Over the past few decades, philosophers of physics and others have made important contributions to the mathematical and conceptual foundations of physical theories by critically analyzing how the mathematical structures of such theories inform central philosophical concerns, and in some cases by proving new theorems of high philosophical interest. This conference aims to bring together physicists, mathematicians, and philosophers of physics working on such technical issues. The venue is April 4, 2013 at the Center for Philosophy of Science in Pittsburgh.