QIT presentations

10 Janeiro 2016, 23:54 Yasser Omar

Thursday 14 January 2016:

10h00 - Ana Margarida Vieira: Quantum simulations with ultra cold quantum gases

10h30 - Hadi Zahir: Measuring Entanglement in Condensed Matter Systems

11h00 - Sima Pouyandeh: Vibronic origin of long-lived coherence in an artificial molecular light harvester

11h30 - break

11h40 - Muzzamal Shaukat: State preservation by repetitive error detection in a superconducting quantum circuit

12h10 - Syed Tahir Amin: Quantum Memories

12h40 - Preeti Yadav: A simple implementation of quantum key distribution based on single-photon Bell state measurement

13h10 - Ricardo Passos:  Implementing quantum key distribution: challenges and present solutions

13h40 - end

Lectures by Prof. A. Vaziri cancelled

27 Outubro 2015, 14:42 Yasser Omar

Prof. Vaziri had to cancel his visit to Lisbon on 20-11-2015, therefore his lectures planned for that day have been cancelled.

Welcome to the 2015 edition of the Quantum Information Technologies course

30 Julho 2015, 17:49 Yasser Omar

This course aims at offering graduate students a comprehensive introduction to the current research in experimental quantum information and the related technologies.

It is constituted by a series of invited lectures by top-level experts and pioneers in their respective areas of activity:

Introduction to Quantum Information Technologies
Yasser Omar (Physics of Information Group, IT & University of Lisbon)

Josephson Junction Quantum Computing
John Martinis (UCSB/Google)       

Optical Quantum Metrology
Ian Walmsley (University of Oxford)

Quantum Machine Learning
Masoud Mohseni (Google)

Quantum Cryptographic Technologies
Grégoire Ribordy (ID Quantique)

Quantum Information Concepts and Technologies in Biology
Martin Plenio (Ulm University)

Semiconductor Qubits 
Hendrik Bluhm (Aachen University)     

Light-Matter Interface for Quantum Technologies
Eugene Polzik (University of Copenhagen)

Control and Probing of Biological Systems by Ultrafast Optics
Alipasha Vaziri (Research Institute of Molecular Pathology, Vienna)

Quantum-enhanced Sensing with Diamond
Dirk Englund (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Ultracold Quantum Gases
Jean Dalibard (ENS Paris)