Feedback in Quantum Machines 2023
Nov 27th to Dec 1st 2023, Okinawa, Japan
Feedback control is used everywhere in today's current technologies - everyone that has noise cancelling headphones for example, uses feedback control to cancel out surrounding noise.
In quantum machines - feedback control has been studied theoretically for some years, but only recently has it become to be possible experimentally to develop these ideas. Researchers are now on the cusp of bringing advanced feedback techniques into quantum computing, quantum sensing, and quantum communications.
This meeting brings together theorists and experimentalists, from around to world to share their knowledge on quantum feedback control and advance its potential use in tomorrow's quantum machines.
This workshop is hosted by the Quantum Machines Unit in the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University, Japan.
Registrations close 14th July 2023 - STOP PRESS - Extension of deadline until 28th July. Spaces are limited, and will be allocated to provide a balance between theory and experiment, and experienced and early-career researchers.
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Prof Thomas Busch
Professor at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan. Leading the Unit called Quantum Systems Unit - which focuses on theory of neutral atom quantum science
Research Interests: Atom optics, quantum thermodynamics, strongly correlated quantum systems, many-body physics.
Prof Aashish Clerk
University of Chicago, Chicago, USA, with interests in theoretical condensed matter, quantum optics and quantum information.
Research Interests: Theory of quantum science of condensed matter systems, quantum optical systems, quantum information, quantum feedback, optomechanics etc.
Prof Andrew Doherty
Professor of Physics, ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems, School of Physics, The University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW 2006, Australia
Research Interests: Quantum Information Theory, Quantum Measurement and Control, Quantum Computing, Quantum Many-Body Physics.
Prof Christopher Eichler
Prof Dr Christopher Eichler is head of Laboratory for Quantum Science and Technology at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität in Erlangen, Germany. He perform experiments on superconducting quantum information science and technology.
Superconducting quantum hardware, quantum optics, quantum error correction, quantum feedback control
Prof David Elkouss
Associate Professor at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan. Leading the Unit called Networked Quantum Devices Unit - which focuses on the theory of quantum communications and networks
Research Interests: Quantum Information Science, quantum communications, quantum networks.
Prof Fedor Jelezko
Prof Jelezko is the Director of the Institute for Quantum Optics, Universität Ulm, Albert-Einstein-Allee 11, 89069 Ulm, Germany. This institute focuses mainly on developing solid-state based quantum information processors.
Research Interests: Study of diamond-based quantum optics and metrology with applications spanning from biochemistry to quantum information.
Prof Mazyar Mirrahimi
Prof Mirrahimi is the Director of Research at INRA and has a post at Laboratoire de Physique de l’Ecole Normale Supérieure, Ecole Normale Supérieure, MINES Paris, Université PSL, Sorbonne Université, CNRS, Inria, 75005 Paris. He is a theorist who has worked extensively on quantum information and feedback control.
Research Interests: quantum measurement and feedback, quantum error correction, superconducting circuits
Prof Yasunobo Nakamura
Prof Nakamura is a professor at the University of Tokyo's Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology (RCAST) and the Principal Investigator of the Superconducting Quantum Electronics Research Group (SQERG) at the Center for Emergent Matter Science (CEMS) within RIKEN. He has contributed primarily to the area of quantum information science, particularly in superconducting quantum computing and hybrid quantum systems.
Research Interests: superconducting quantum technologies and quantum information science
Prof Kae Nemoto
Professor at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan. Leading the Unit called Quantum Information Science and Technology Unit - which focuses on the theory of quantum information science
Research Interests: Quantum Information Science, quantum computing, quantum communications
Prof Franco Nori
Professor Nori is a Chief Scientist at RIKEN, heading the “Theoretical Quantum Physics Laboratory” at Riken, Saitama, Japan. And also affiliated with the Physics Department of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
Research Interests: Quantum science, quantum technology, quantum engineering
Prof Hiroki Takahashi
Assistant Professor at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan. Leading the Unit called Experimental Quantum Information Physics - which focuses on experimental trapped ion-photonic quantum technology
Research Interests: Quantum Information, Trapped ions, Cavity QED, Photonics
Dr Nora Tischler
ARC DECRA Fellow, Centre for Quantum Dynamics and Centre for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology, Griffith University, Brisbane, QLD 4111, Australia
Research Interests: Quantum Optics, Nanophotonics, Quantum Sources of Light, Quantum Complexity, Quantum Memory Reduction
Prof Masahito Ueda
Prof Ueda holds posts at the Department of Physics, University of Tokyo, Japan and is a Team Leader at RIKEN in the Centre for Emergent Matter Science. He is a theorist and has worked in quantum science, many body quantum physics, quantum thermodynamics, quantum control and quantu optics.
Quantum science, quantum control, many-body physics, condensed matter physics, machine learning.
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