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Continuous-time quantum computing and simulation: perspectives and challenges on 2019-10-02

Kavli Royal Society Centre, Chicheley Hall

Continuous-time quantum computing and simulation: perspectives and challenges

 

2-3 October 2019

Kavli Royal Society Centre,

Chicheley Hall,

MK16 9JJ,

UK

Royal Society Theo Murphy international scientific meeting organised by 
Dr Vivien Kendon, Sir Peter Knight FRS, and Professor Andrew Daley.

Bringing together theorists and experimentalists in quantum simulation 
and quantum computing in a continuous-time setting (quantum annealing, 
adiabatic quantum computing, quantum walks), this meeting aims for in 
depth discussion and sharing of ideas between communities to accelerate 
progress.

Confirmed invited speakers and chairs include:
+ Charles Adams (Durham)
+ Sougato Bose (UCL)
+ Steve Brierley (Riverlane)
+ Emily Davis (Stanford)
+ Dieter Jaksch (Oxford)
+ Elham Kashefi (Paris/Edinburgh)
+ Stefan Kuhr (Strathclyde)
+ Thierry Lahaye (Paris)
+ Ben Lanyon (Innsbruck)
+ Wolfgang Lechner (Innsbruck)
+ Ruth Oulton (Bristol)
+ Valentina Parigi (Paris)
+ Alejandro Perdomo-Ortiz
+ Sophie Shermer (Swansea)
+ Ulrich Schneider (Cambridge)
+ Paul Warburton (UCL)

 

https://royalsociety.org/science-events-and-lectures/2019/10/quantum-computing/