Mark Howard & Earl T. Campbell
Christian Mastromattei of the Department of Physics and Astronomy is presenting his thesis:
Assessing the Practicality of a Simple Multi-node Quantum Repeater
Christopher is supervised by IQC faculty member Norbert Lütkenhaus.
WIN/IQC Joint Distinguished Lecture
Daniel Tennant - University of Texas, Austin
I will report on dynamical magnetic susceptibility measurements of
both bulk and thin film samples of the spin glass Copper Manganese.
By studying the Thermoremanent Magnetization (TRM) of multi-layer thin
films of various thicknesses, we are able to show the maximum energy
barrier encountered during correlated spin flip transitions is cut off
by the thickness of the film and is independent of temperature. The
distribution of energy barriers is shown to follow from a hierarchical
Producing Polarization Entangled States Using a Bright Single Photon Source
Morgan Mastrovich, Master's Student
The Quantum Innovators in Computer Science and Mathematics workshop brings together promising young researchers working on theoretical aspects of quantum information and computation in computer science and mathematics.
Christopher Warren of the Department of Physics and Astronomy is presenting his thesis:
Towards Analog Quantum Simulation of Lattice Gauge Fields
Christopher is supervised by IQC faculty member Christopher Wilson.
The 5th European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI)/Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) Workshop will take place in London (UK) on 13 – 15 September 2017.
It will start with a special Executive Track on 13 September and will be followed by an in depth technical track on 14-15 September 2017, on which ETSI is currently calling for presentations and poster session.
Evan Meyer-Scott, Universität Paderborn
I will present a realization of a great photon pair source based on parametric down-conversion, and discuss a not-so-great limit to the performance of photon pair sources in general. The former is a fully fiber-coupled waveguide pair source with 46% raw heralding efficiency, and no optical alignment required. The latter restricts the achievable heralding efficiency, when spectrally filtering the photons to increase the purity.
Giuseppe Di Molfetta, University of Marseille
Hugo Zbinden, Université de Genève
Shihan Sajeed is presenting his thesis:
Security Evaluation of Practical Quantum Communication Systems
Shihan is supervised by Christopher Wilson and Vadim Makarov.
Experimental demonstration of Gaussian protocols for one-sided device independent quantum key distribution
Sara Hosseini, Postdoctoral Fellow
Abstract not available.