Nonlocality is a useful quantum resource in applications such as quantum key distribution and quantum random number generation. We study nonlocality in a multi-qubit model—quantum kicked top (QKT). This system is of particular interest because it displays regular behavior, bifurcations and chaotic behavior in the classical limit, and is one of the few chaotic systems that has been experimentally realized.
Co-organized by the National Research Council of Canada
The meeting brings together the Canadian community of scientists and engineers who perform research and development on spin-based quantum technologies. This will be the third annual workshop, with the main goal to foster spin qubit research and attract and train highly qualified personnel for the emerging quantum technologies sector in Canada.
Yichen Huang - Microsoft Research
We present two concrete examples where the Renyi rather than just the von Neumann entanglement entropy is necessary in order to obtain certain insights into quantum many-body systems.
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Engineering Effective Hamiltonians for Magnetic Resonance
Quantum-Classical Correspondence and Entanglement in Periodically Driven Spin-Systems
Aspects of particle detector model in quantum field theory with boundary conditions
Quantum Algorithmic Techniques for Fault-tolerant Quantum Computers
Sangwook Lee, Ewha Womans University
The international Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) Summer School is a five-day program focused on theoretical and experimental aspects of quantum communication with a focus on quantum cryptography. Established in 2008, QKD occurs every other year and was last held in 2017.