Past Events

Light propagation through layered atomic arrays

Lab 5, Floor D, Seminar Room D23

OIST organizer: OIST Center for Quantum Technologies (OCQT) and Bill Munro (Quantum Engineering & Design Unit) | OIST members are welcome to attend all scientific sessions.

[Seminar] Towards Global Quantum Communications Networks

Lab 5, Floor D, Seminar Room 23

Talk by Professor Mohsen Razavi (University of Leeds) Seminar Summary: Data security in the quantum era can be one of the key challenges that telecom operators will face in the coming years. With the recent trend in advanced quantum computing machines, the need for implementing alternative solutions for secure communications—those that do not rely on computational complexity assumptions—has become more urgent. Language: English / OPEN to OIST Community.

[Seminar] Analog quantum simulation for partial differential equations: Schrodingerisation and other dilation methods

Center bldg, Lv B, Seminar Room B503

Speaker: Prof. Nana Liu, Shanghai Jiao Tong UniversityQuantum simulators were originally proposed to be helpful for simulating one partial differential equation (PDE) in particular – Schrodinger’s equation. If quantum simulators can be useful for simulating Schrodinger’s equation, it is hoped that they may also be helpful for simulating other PDEs. As with large-scale quantum systems, classical methods for other high-dimensional and large-scale PDEs often suffer from the curse-of-dimensionality (costs scale exponentially in the dimension D of the PDE), which a quantum treatment might in certain cases be able to mitigate. To enable simulation of PDEs on quantum devices that obey Schrodinger’s equations, it is crucial to first develop good methods for mapping other PDEs onto Schrodinger’s equations.

Seminar - What Nature Photonics looks for

Lab 5, Floor D, Seminar Room 23

The OIST Center for Quantum Technologies (OCQT) cordially invites to a seminar featuring:

Speaker: Noriaki Horiuchi, PhD

Affiliation: Senior Editor, Springer Nature, Japan

Title: What Nature Photonics looks for

We look forward to your participation.

OIST Workshop "Feedback control of Quantum Machines"

2023-11-27 to 2023-12-01
Main Campus, Seminar Room B250 (Center Building)

OIST Workshop | Main organizer: Jason Twamley (Quantum Machines) | Website | OIST members are welcome to attend all scientific sessions.