14th Central European Quantum Information Processing Workshop
May 31st - June 3d 2017, Smolenice, Slovakia


  1. Miriam Backens: A new Holant dichotomy inspired by quantum computation
  2. Julio de Vicente: Multipartite entanglement transformations with local operations and finite rounds of classical communication
  3. Máté Farkas: QRAC strategies and an extension of the MUB condition
  4. Aurél Gábris: Demonstrating measurement induced effects in a quantum walk simulator
  5. Mariami Gachechialdze: Hypergraph states, their entanglement properties, local and nonlocal graphical transformations
  6. Philippe Guerin: Exponential communication complexity advantage from quantum superposition of the direction of communication
  7. Dominik Hangleiter: Architectures for quantum simulation showing quantum supremacy
  8. Milan Holzaepfel: Efficient tomography of a quantum many-body system
  9. Min-Hsiu Hsieh: Round Complexity in the Local Transformations of Quantum and Classical States
  10. Jedrzej Kaniewski: Self-testing of binary observables based on commutation
  11. Matthias Kleinmann: Testing the structure of quantum theory
  12. Miguel Navascues: Entanglement and nonlocality of infinite 1D systems
  13. Daniel Reitzner: Navigating a Maze Using Quantum-Walk Searches
  14. Tomáš Rybár: Incompatibility of qubit observables and unital qubit channels
  15. Michal Sedlák: Perfect probabilistic storing and retrieving of unitary channels
  16. Gael Sentís: Exact Quantum Change Point Detection
  17. Roope Uola: Probing quantum steering through incompatible quantum measurements
  1. Mateus Araújo: Quantum computation with indefinite causal structures
  2. Iskandar Bahari: Collapse, revival and decoherence of entanglement in qubits with “big spin” system
  3. Alessio Belenchia: Tests of Quantum Gravity-Induced Non-Locality via Opto-mechanical Experiments
  4. Yu Cai: Many-box locality
  5. Ana Cristina Sprotte Costa: Generalized entropic steering criteria
  6. Giacomo De Palma: Gaussian states minimize the output entropy of one-mode quantum Gaussian channels
  7. Carlo Di Franco: Quantum mechanics and the efficiency of simulating classical complex systems
  8. Koon Tong Goh: All pure bipartite entangled states can be self-tested
  9. Adam Glos: The role of quantum correlations in Cop and Robber game
  10. Teiko Heinosaari: Determining quantum coherence with minimal resources
  11. Siddharth Karumanchi: tba
  12. Dariusz Kurzyk: The formulation of the conditional uncertainty relations based on conditional operators
  13. Pei-Sheng Lin: Taming finite statistics for the device-independent quantum information
  14. Justyna Łodyga: Measurement uncertainty from no-signaling and non-locality
  15. Kimmo Luoma: Collision model for non-Markovian quantum dynamics
  16. Henri Lyyra: Fidelity of dynamical maps, quantum programming and probing
  17. Marcin Markiewicz: Quantum noise generated by local random Hamiltonians
  18. Dan McNulty: Inequalities for detecting entanglement with quantum 2-designs
  19. Piotr Mironowicz: Objectivity and the process of system information broadcasting
  20. Nikolay Nahimov: Experiments for a quantum system with the small number of states
  21. Mateusz Ostaszewski: Spontaneous moralization problem in quantum stochastic walk
  22. Matteo Paris: All-optical quantum simulator of qubit noisy channels
  23. Matej Pivoluska: Layered Quantum Key Distribution
  24. Martin Plávala: All measurements in a probabilistic theory are compatible if and only if the state space is a simplex
  25. Peter Rapčan: Nonlinear inhomogeneous Fokker-Planck equations: Entropy and free-energy time evolution
  26. Bartosz Regula: Converting multilevel nonclassicality into genuine multipartite entanglement
  27. Przemysław Sadowski: On GHZ-games and quantum epsilon-machines
  28. Alexander Streltsov: Entanglement and coherence in quantum state merging
  29. Nikolai Wyderka: Almost all four-particle pure states are uniquely determined by their two-body marginals
  30. Zoltan Zimboras, Michal Oszmaniec: Universal extensions of restricted classes of quantum operations

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