OIST Workshop "Feedback control of Quantum Machines"
Feedback control is used everywhere in today's current technologies - everyone which has noise cancelling headphones for example, is using feedback control to cancel out the surrounding noise.
In quantum machines - feedback control has been studied only lightly 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 its potential use in tomorrow's quantum machines.
- International Workshop involving both experimentalists and theorists on the science and application of feedback control in quantum machines.
- 17 Invited Speakers
- Quantum Machines Unit (Jason Twamley)
- Quantum Engineering & Design Unit (William John Munro)
For more details, please visit the workshop website.
OIST is deeply committed to the advancement of women in science, in Japan and worldwide. Women are strongly encouraged to apply.