BEST POSTER PERFORMANCE AWARD
1. Justyna Łodyga : The uncertainty principle beyond quantum mechanics Ξ award Ξ
1. Martin Schwarz : Approximating local observables on projected entangled-pair states Ξ award Ξ
3. Christian Majenz : Catalytic Decoupling
17/05/2016: LIST OF PARTICIPANTS look here (in order of registration)
15/05/2015: LIST OF ACCEPTED TALKS and POSTERS ΞΞΞ
15/03/2016: CEQIP LEAFLET ::pdf::
13th Central European Quantum Information Processing workshop -- CEQIP'16 -- will be traditionally focused on current theoretical challenges and paradigms of quantum information processing from the intersection of physics, computer science and mathematics. It is known to have a unique relaxed atmosphere accompanied with participants-driven non-scientific activities. Wondering what does that mean? Come and see.
CEQIP 2016 will take place in Valtice in Czech republic. The program will certainly include traditional wine tasting, entertaining conference trip and mind-teasing cipher game. Please visit the websites of previous CEQIP in order to get some insight into unforgettable atmosphere (with forgettable details) of CEQIP workshops.
Participants are encouraged to submit a paper that is going to be reviewed by our program committee in order to select contributed talks. Essentially everyone is welcome to present a poster. The length of contributed talk will be 20 minutes (including discussion), so plan your talk for 15 minutes!
Anne Broadbent (Ottawa, Canada) ΞΞΞ
Miguel Navascues (Vienna, Austria) ΞΞΞ
Simone Severini (London, United Kingdom) ΞΞΞ
Ramon Muñoz Tapia (Barcelona, Spain) ΞΞΞ
Mark Wilde (Baton Rouge, USA) ΞΞΞ
Michael Wolf (Munchen, Germany) ΞΞΞ
SELECTION COMMITTEE: (responsible for selection of contributed talks)
Jan Bouda, Frédéric Dupuis, Min-Hsiu Hsieh, Miguel Navascues, Marcin Pawlowski, David Reeb, Michal Sedlák, Mario Ziman
CONFERENCE FEE (all inclusive)
330 € (390 € for single room and 270 € for accompanying person) and as usually, the fee includes all local expenses: accommodation, all meals and all activities. Do not book the accommodation by yourself.
The workshop is organized by
- Research Center for Quantum Information, Institute of Physics, Slovak Academy of Sciences (Bratislava)
- Quantum Laboratory, Faculty of Informatics, Masaryk University (Brno)
Jan Bouda, Šárka Hawerlandová, Matej Pivoluska, Daniel Reitzner, Tomáš Rybár, Angelika Winczerová, Martina Zemanová, Mário Ziman,