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QIPC 2011 - Conference at ETH Zurich, September 5-9, 2011

by Sebastien_Tanzilli - published on

This is an announcement fo the international conference on Quantum Information Processing and Communication (QIPC) 2011. The meeting will be held at ETH Zurich from September 5 - 9, 2011.

The conference program will include invited talks, contributed talks and poster presentations covering a broad range of topics:

  • quantum information and quantum communication;
  • physical realizations of quantum systems for information technology such as photons, single atoms, ions, molecules, nuclear and electron spins, superconducting circuits, micro- and nano-mechanics, hybrid quantum systems;
  • topical subjects, including cavity QED, optical lattices, quantum memories, foundations of quantum information, and many-body systems.

An industry session and a funding opportunities session is also part of the program.

The conference is supported by the EU Coordination Action QUIE2T (Quantum Information Entanglement-Enabled Technologies) the European Integrated Projects AQUTE, QESSENCE and SOLID, the National Centre of Competence in Research QSIT and ETH Zurich.

- Registration

Information on registration procedures and the links to the regisration and abstract submission websites are available via the submenus. Start reading here.

- Important dates and deadlines

  • 15th May 2011 Deadline for abstract submission;
  • 15th May 2011 Deadline for early payment;
  • 4th Sept. 2011 Welcome reception;
  • 8th Sept. 2011 Conference Dinner.

- Program

The conference program will include:

  • 10 Invited Talks of 40 minute duration introdcuing a specific research field within the area of quantum information processing and communication.
  • 20 Invited Talks of 30 minute duration presenting recent important results in the given fields.
  • 20 Contributed Hot Topic Talks will be selected from the contributions to the conference. The hot topic presentations will be held in the plenum and will provide a great opportunity to present recent research highlights.

The list of the invited speakers is available here.

  • Contributed Talks:
    A set of up to three parallel sessions will accommodate for the presentation of major new developments relevant in a given subfield with 5 focused contributed talks (20 mins each).
  • Poster Sessions:
    Poster sessions are planned to be accessible during extended lunch and coffee breaks throughout the conference. Posters are expected to be up for a whole day. The poster contributions will be grouped by subject. Each subject will have a poster session with different posters on each day of the conference to give ample opportunities for discussion both to poster presenters and attendees.
  • Additional Sessions:
    An industry session and a funding opportunities session will also part of the program. Additional Information will be posted as it becomes available.

- More information

Please visit the website QIPC’11