6th Central European Quantum Information Processing Workshop
1-4 June 2009, Jindřichuv Hradec, Czech Republic

PROGRAM (subject to change)

Monday, 1.6.2009
12:00 Accommodation
16:00 Registration & Coffee & Refreshment (Lecture hall)
17:00 Afternoon session (chaired by Vladimír Bužek)
17:00 Jens Eisert: Too entangled to be useful?
17:45 break
17:55 Giacomo Mauro D'Ariano: The quantum comb: theory and applications to quantum networks
18:55 End of session
19:00 Bier & Barbeque Dinner Party (Hotel Concertino)

Tuesday, 2.6.2009
08:00 Breakfast
09:00 Morning session (chaired by Giacomo Mauro D'Ariano and Denes Petz)
09:00 Nobuyuki Imoto: Backaction control in quantum measurement and anomaluous weak value in an interferometer
09:45 Miloslav Dušek: Linear-optical quantum information processing - a few experiments
10:05 Michal Sedlák: Unambiguous comparison of unitary channels
10:25 Coffee break
10:55 Hai-Woong Lee: Proposal for experimental scheme to measure entanglement
11:40 Marcus Huber: Multi-partite entanglement measures
12:00 End of session
12:20 Lunch
15:00 Afternoon session (chaired by Matyás Koniorczyk)
15:00 Daniel Nagaj: Fast QMA amplification
15:20 Daniel Reitzner: Quantum searches on highly symmetric graphs
15:40 End of session
15:40 Coffee break
16:00 Poster session
19:00 Social dinner

Wednesday, 3.6.2009
08:00 Breakfast
09:00 Morning session (chaired by Miloslav Dušek and Mário Ziman)
09:00 Serge Massar: Secret keys and random numbers based on quantum nonlocality
09:45 Min-Hsiu Hsieh: Public and private communication with a quantum channel and a secret key
10:05 Wojciech Roga: One qubit maps compatible with the interaction with an environment
10:25 Coffee break
10:55 Jan Bouda: Private quantum channels, multi-photon pulses and unitary k-designs
11:15 Ivan Fialík: Cryptographic applications of pseudo-telepathic games
11:35 Peter Rapčan: Recycling of quantum information
11:55 End of session
12:30 Lunch
15:00 Castle sightseeing (details later)
19:00 Conference dinner (Rondel, castle)

Thursday, 4.6.2009
08:00 Breakfast
09:00 Morning session (chaired by Jozef Gruska)
09:00 Karol Zyczkowski: Local numerical range: a versatile tool in the theory of quantum information
09:45 Piotr Kolenderski: Alignment of reference frames and platonic solids
10:05 Coffee break
10:45 Cosmo Lupo: Capacities of lossy bosonic channels
11:00 Jan Vlach: Gaussian quantum marginal problem
11:15 Zeynep Nilhan Gurkan: Entanglement evolution for anisotropic Heisenberg models with DM interaction
11:30 End of session
11:45 Lunch

List of posters
Wojciech Bruzda: Spectral gap and convergence to invariant state in open quantum systems
Matyas Koniorczyk: State randomization and quantum homogenization in semi-quantal spin systems
Katalin Hangos: Optimal quantum process tomography and experiment design for single parameter quantum channels
Martin Plesch: Efficient compression of unknown quantum information
Nikolajs Nahimovs, Alexander Rivosh: Grover algorithm with probabilistic solutions
Dmitry Kravchenko: Non-locality and quantum games
Iman Marvian: Simulating all time evolutions with rotationally invariant Hamitlonians and quantum reference frames
Miroslava Sotáková: On the power of two-party quantum cryptography