8. Quantum Computation and Quantum Information

 

Quantum Computation and Quantum Information


This workshop will focus on various aspects of Quantum Computation (quantum algorithms for computation and communication; aspects of statistical physics, mathematical problems, performance and complexity questions), and of Quantum Information (quantum measurements questions, classical versus quantum information, quantum multi-particle entanglement, topological considerations, quantum information on graphs, lattices and networks).
The workshop in particular will focus on various types of quantum walks, ranging from their topological versions to their classical counterparts. Quantum walks is a generic name for a large class of procedures or protocols that mimic the conditional behavior of classical random walks within the framework of quantum mechanics. An immediate aim of this effort is the discovery of news modes of statistical performance of quantum walks (QW) in comparison with those of their classical counterparts. Applications of these novel performances span a wide range of topics in the area of Quantum Computation and Quantum Information Science and Technology (QCQIST). This research program, lunched about fifteen years ago, has been fruitfully developed along some main directions that refer to: its mathematical formalism (e.g. QW in graphs, lattices, networks, CP maps and unitary dilations, topological QW for (non)abelian anyons, braid group, quantum doubles); its achievement of novel results (e.g. speed up diffusion rates, missing times, hitting times, improving complexity figures of merit); its applications (in entanglement and decoherence studies, in quantum algorithms, in coherent transportation, in state transfer, in quantum dynamics; in photosynthetic light harvesting); its physical implementations (of topological QW in optical lattices, in condensed matter systems, in linear-optics systems).

Contributions to this workshop should present new and important results, concerning any of the outlined general and focusing directions. Thorough reviews for various parts of the subject will also be welcome. The purpose of the workshop is to communicate novel ideas and to explore new research paths in the broader interface of fields of Statistical Physics and QCQIST.

News

Prizes in SigmaPhi2014

During the conference, three works selected out of all the oral and poster presentations by scientists under 40 years, have been awarded.The prizes have been respectively offered for...

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Accepted Abstracts

10 May 2014 The list of accepted abstracts submitted for presentation in the conference is available on the page "Abstracts Lists"

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Workshops

1. Anomalous Diffusion

Workshop organized by: S. Abe and J.P. Boon

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2. Kappa Plasmas

Workshop organized by: M. Lazar and V. Pierrard

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3. Econophysics

Workshop organized by: L. Pietronero "Economic Complexity" and T. Aste "Finance, Risk"

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4. Sociophysics

Workshop organized by: B. Szymansk; I) G. Korniss, C. Lim "Human behavior, Social networks"; II) V. Constantoudis "Linguistics"

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5. Complex Networks

Workshop organized by: A. Scala "Interacting networks" and B. Kahng "Phase transitions in networks"

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6. Biophysics

Workshop organized by: P. Paradisi

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7. Environmental Statistical Physics

Workshop organized by: D. Hristopulos

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8. Quantum Computation and Quantum Information

Workshop organized by: D. Ellinas and J. Pachos

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Scientific Sponsors

 

Politecnico di Torino

Italy

 

 

 Department of Applied

Science and Technology

 

Statistical and Nonlinear

Physics Division 

 

ISC - CNR

Roma, Italy

 

Technical University of

Crete Chania, Greece

 

Aristotele University of

Thessaloniki, Greece

 

 

N.C.S.R. Demokritos

Athens, Greece

 

University of Leuven

Belgium

 

 

Entropy

 

Chaos, Solitons

& Fractals

Modern Physics

Letters B

International Journal

of Modern Physics B