Isfahan to host quantum info confab

Tehran, June 15, IRNA – Distinguished physicists from 10 countries will participate in the International Conference on Quantum Information in Isfahan from September 6-10.
Tehranˈs Sharif University of Technology will organize the event, in association with the Institute for Quantum Science and Technology affiliated to the University of Calgary.

Myungshik Kim from Imperial College London, Klaus Molmer from Denmarkˈs Aarhus University, Vlatko Vedral from University of Oxford and Stephanie Wehner from National University of Singapore are plenary speakers of the conference, Iran Daily wrote in its Monday edition.

The scientific gatheringˈs programs will feature over 50 articles, one workshop and 17 speeches on algorithm and complexity, quantum channels, quantum error correction, entanglement and resource theories, quantum cryptography, solid-state quantum computing, atoms, ions and optics and computational models.

The topics will also revolve around latest developments in theoretical and experimental quantum information science, providing the opportunity for discussions between Iranian researchers and their international counterparts.

Quantum information science is an area of study based on the idea that information science depends on quantum effects in physics. It includes theoretical issues in computational models as well as more experimental topics in quantum physics, including what can and cannot be done with quantum information.



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