27th March 2014
9 - 17hr
Institut Henri Poincare
- 19th September 2013
- 'Polynomial Invariants of Three-Qubit Systems' Markus Grassl (CQT / NUS)
- 'Cluster states generation and manipulation with femtosecond optical frequency combs' Nicolas Treps (LKB / UP6)
- 'Universal scheme for violation of local realism from quantum advantage in one-way communication complexity'Michał Horodecki (University of Gdańsk)
- 'Decoding color codes by projection onto surface codes.' Nicolas Delfosse (LIX / École Polytechnique)
- 'Quantum Complexity of Matrix Multiplication' François Le Gall (University of Tokyo)
- 'Direct measurement of the van der Waals interaction between two Rydberg atoms' Thierry Lahaye (Institut d'Optique)
- 30th October 2012
- 'Quantum nonlocality based on finite-speed causal influences leads to superluminal signaling' Stefano Pironio (ULB)
- 'Compact quantum circuits from one-way quantum computatio' Raphael Dias Silva (UFF / U. Edinburgh)
- 'Photonic quantum information: open challenges'John Rarity (U. Bristol)
- 'Analyzing quantum coin-flipping protocols using optimization techniques.' Jamie Sikora (LIAFA)
- 'Optical hybrid quantum information : the example of a novel trustworthy witness for single-photon entanglement' Julien Laurat (LKB)
- 'Thinking outside the sphere - using non-quantum states as variables in classical simulation algorithms' Shashank Virmani (U. Strathclyde)
- 28th / 29th June 2012
(Joint LARSIM / QuPa workshop on foundations)
- 'Bell Inequalities and Computation' Dan Browne (University College London)
- 'Simulating equatorial measurements with finite expected communication cost' Marc Kaplan (LTCI, CNRS and Télécom ParisTech)
- 'Adversarial entanglement verification in realistic settings'Thomas Lawson (LTCI, CNRS and Télécom ParisTech)
- 'Can there be randomness in quantum coin tosses involving beam splitters? On the relationship between quantum randomness and Turing computability' Karl Svozil (Technical University of Vienna)
- 'On the Limits of Physical Computation' Jeffrey Barrett (University of California in Irvine)
- 'Canonical complementarity, non-locality and exponential speedup in generalized process theories' Bob Coecke (University of Oxford)
- 'The Principle of Finite Information Density' Gilles Dowek (INRIA)
- 'Causal Graph Dynamics' Pablo Arrighi (Université de Grenoble)
- 'Aaronson's No Supersearch Principle: Its Meaning for Physics and Complexity theory' Maël Pégny (Université Paris I and LARSIM, CEA-Saclay)
- 'The Computational Power of Experiments in Physics' José Félix Costa (Technical University of Lisbon)
- 'Is the 'verification problem' a true problem for hypercomputation?' Florent Franchette (Université Paris I)
- 'Comparing analog models of computation to digital models of computation' Olivier Bournez (Ecole Polytechnique)
- 4th / 5th April 2012
(Joint LARSIM / QuPa workshop on foundations)
- 'Symmetry constraints on temporal order in measurement-based quantum computation' Robert Raussendorf (University of British Columbia)
- 'Tsirelson's bound from a Generalised Data Processing Inequality' Oscar Dahlsten (University of Oxford)
- 'Comparing two explanations for qubits' Matthew Pusey (Imperial College London)
- 'Kant and quantum mechanics: a middle way between the ontic and epistemic approaches' Michel Bitbol (CREA, CNRS-Ecole Polytechnique)
- 'Detector efficiency and communication complexity' Virginie Lerays (LRI, Université Paris Sud)
- 'On non-linear extensions of quantum mechanics' Damian Markham (LTCI, CNRS-Télécom ParisTech)
- 'Entanglement distribution with quantum communication' Kavan Modi (University of Oxford and CQT, Singapore)
- 'Physics from Informational Principles' Giacomo Mauro d'Ariano (University of Pavia)
- 'Tests distinguishing between quantum and more general probabilistic theories' Caslav Brukner (University of Vienna)
- 'Quantum observers and Kolmogorov complexity' Alexei Grinbaum (LARSIM, CEA-Saclay)
- 26th May 2011
- 'Percolation, topological order, and the loss of error threshold for FTQC' Sean Barrett (Imperial College)
- 'Manipulation and and detection methods for quantum information processing with small numbers of atoms' Yvan Sortais (Institut d'Optique)
- 'Quantum correlations with no causal order' Ognyan Oreshkov (QuIC, Université Libre de Bruxelles)
- 'A Non-Trivial Implementation of the Quantum Order Finding Algorithm' Tom Lawson (University of Bristol)
- 'N-party Hardy proofs for symmetric states' Zizhu Wang (TPT)
- 'Continuous-wave and pulsed squeezed light in hot atomic vapors' Imad Agha (TPT)
QuPa (QUantum information PAris) is a meeting series aimed at bringing together the quantum information community in and around Paris.
There are by now many groups doing quantum information in Paris, and over a large range of topics, from theoretical computer science to experimental quantum information.
With such a wealth of ideas and expertise we thought it would be a nice idea to bring people together in a relaxed setting so we all may benefit from the extent and energy of the Paris quantum information community, hence QuPa. The idea is to have a relaxed day of discussion and interaction, and to give the chance for all groups to see what else is going on and to interact. Also, perhaps, as visitors pass through, to give some visibility to the groups here.
Meetings will be held roughly once every three months, giving all the groups around Paris the chance to present their work, and keep the Quantum Paris community up to date with progress.
Please let us know if you are interested in attending, and presenting at a meeting. And please also spread the news to any other researchers you feel may be interested.
Looking forward to a great and energetic future for quantum information in Paris.
QuPa (QUantum information PAris) was launched by Damian Markham (CNRS, LTCI, Telecom-ParisTech), Eleni Diamanti (CNRS, LTCI, Telecom-ParisTech) and Iordanis Kerenidis (CNRS, LIAFA, Paris Diderot).
Please contact Damian (damian (dot) markham (at) telecom-paristech.fr) to be added to the mailing list, or issues regarding the website.