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1st GDR - IQFA colloquium, March 23-25 2011, Parc Valrose, University of Nice - Sophia Antipolis

by Sebastien_Tanzilli - published on , updated on

1st GDR - IQFA colloquium, March 23-25 2011, Parc Valrose, University of Nice - Sophia Antipolis

- Aim and Scope of the Colloquium

One of the main goals of the new GDR - IQFA is to develop interfaces between the various Quantum Information communities, to create the necessary conditions for a common production of knowledge. This requires the promotion an educational process, mainly for young researchers. Organized at the University of Nice - Sophia Antipolis, this first colloquium is therefore shaped as a School of Physics, during which: 

-* A noticeable part is dedicated to high-level tutorials on the strategic thematics identified by the GDR (see the page ARTs);

  • Regular invited talks on these thematics are scheduled to allow state-of-the-art progress to be presented;
  • Two poster sessions are planned to give the youngest the opportunity to present their work;
  • Finally, round tables at the end of the colloquium, involving the speakers, the participants, and the GDR board members, will focus on future developments, technology foresights but also debates on the foundations, applications and implications of Quantum Information.
    The results of these discussions will then be made available to the largest number, both nationally and internationally, through the GDR - IQFA webpages (see ARTs).

- Thematics & Invited Speakers

- Scientific Committee

The scientific committee consists of the GDR - IQFA board members.

- Local Organizing Committee

  • Olivier Alibart (LPMC, UMR 6622)
  • Virginia D’Auria (LPMC, UMR 6622)
  • Bernard Gay-Para (LPMC, UMR 6622)
  • Nathalie Koulechoff (LPMC, UMR 6622)
  • Guillaume Labeyrie (INLN, UMR 6618)
  • Laurent Labonté (President, LPMC, UMR 6622)
  • Fabrice Mortessagne (LPMC, UMR 6622)
  • Sébastien Tanzilli (LPMC, UMR 6622)
  • Patrizia Vignolo (INLN, UMR 6618)

- Program

You can find below the program of the colloquium available for download as a PDF file.

- Book of Abstracts available for download

Please feel free to download the Book of Abstracts and to print part of it or in its entirety, at your convenience. No printed version will be given during the colloquium.

- Sponsors

The GDR - IQFA colloquium/School of Physics is supported by the CNRS, through the Institutes INP & INSIS, the University of Nice - Sophia Antipolis, the Laboratoire de Physique de la Matière Condensée, the Fédération W. Doeblin, and the Mairie de Nice.