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Monday, October 24
Research Advancement Centre 1 room 2009
(RAC1 2009)

9:00 am Opening remarks
9:15 am Lily Childress, McGill University
Spins and photons: quantum optics with defect centers in diamond
9:50 am David T.C. Allcock, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Trapped-ion quantum logic with near-field microwave-driven gates
10:20 am Pedram Roushan, Google
Chiral groundstate currents of interacting photons in a synthetic magnetic field
10:50 am Sander Dorenbos, Single Quantum
Superconducting nanowire single photon detectors and applications
11:20 am Break
11:35 am Layla Hormozi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Non-Stoquastic Hamiltonians and Quantum Annealing of Ising Spin Glass
12:10 am Christine Muschik, Austrian Academy for Sciences
Real-time dynamics of lattice gauge theories with a few-qubit quantum computer
12:45 pm Hugo Ribeiro, McGill University
Hamiltonian Engineering for High Fidelity Quantum Operations
1:20 pm Lunch
1:50 pm Career panel
3:10 pm Break
3:30 pm Onur Hosten, Stanford University
Manipulation of quantum noise for precision measurements with cold atoms
4:05 pm Alicia Kollár, Stanford University
Self-organization in multimode cavity QED and Magnetometry with 1D Bose-Einstein Condensates
4:40 pm Alexei Bylinskii, Harvard University
Friction under microscope in a trapped-ion optical-lattice emulator
5:15 pm RAC tour
7:00 pm Dinner at the University Club

Tuesday, October 25
Lazaridis Quantum-Nano Centre room 0101
(QNC 0101)

9:00 am Ben Chapman, University of Colorado Boulder
Improving superconducting qubit measurement: a hierarchal, network based approach
9:35 am Zhirong Lin, RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science
Quantum Limited Measurement using Superconducting Circuits
10:10 am Audrey Bienfait, Le CEA
Magnetic resonance at the quantum limit
10:45 am Break
11:00 am Tomas Sarmiento, Stanford University
Nonclassical light generation using detuned photon blockade
11:35 am Dara McCutcheon, University of Bristol
Phonon Limited Upper Bounds to Eciency and Indistinguishability of Quantum Dot-Based Single Photon Sources
12:10 pm Niccolo Somaschi, University of Paris-Sud
Quantum Optics with One-Dimensional Artificial Atoms
12:45 pm Lunch
2:00 pm Lazardis Quantum-Nano Centre tour
3:00 pm Emmanuel Flurin, University of California, Berkeley
Observing The Topological Invariant of Bloch Bands Using Quantum Walks in Superconducting Circuits
3:35 pm

Laura García-Álvarez, The University of the Basque Country
Digital-analog quantum simulations of many-body physics with superconducting circuits

4:10 pm Break
4:25 pm Na Young Kim, Institute for Quantum Computing
Quantum Innovation Laboratory
5:00 pm Joe Salfi, The University of New South Wales
Quantum simulation and quantum computation with dopant atoms in silicon
 
5:35 pm Reception with IQC faculty

Wednesday, October 26
Lazaridis Quantum-Nano Centre room 0101
(QNC 0101)

9:00 am Sonia Buckley, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Waveguide integrated superconducting nanowire single photon detectors for integrated quantum photonics
9:35 am Jacques Carolan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Silicon-based quantum photonic processing
10:10 am Raffaele Santagati, University of Bristol
Quantum simulation on a silicon quantum photonic chip
10:45 am Break
11:00 am Konstantinos Lagoudakis, Stanford University
All Optical Control of Solid State Qubits: Towards Scalable Quantum
Information Processing Platforms
11:35 am Kristiaan De Greve, Harvard University

Solid-state quantum emitters for quantum communication and metrology applications

12:10 pm Rinaldo Trotta, Johannes Kepler University Linz
Semiconductor-Piezoelectric Quantum-Dot Devices for Quantum Networking
12:45 pm Lunch
2:00 pm Lazardis Quantum-Nano Centre tour
3:00 pm Break
3:15 pm Matti Silveri, University of Oulu
New class of quantum error-correcting codes for a bosonic mode
3:50 pm Sabine Wölk, University of Siegen
From raw data to quantum properties: How mathematical methods can improve quantum experiments
4:25 pm Marissa Giustina, Vienna Center for Quantum Science and Technology
Significant-loophole-free test of local realism with entangled photons
5:00 pm Closing remarks

Educational programs

QKD - Quantum Key Distribution Summer School

USEQIP - Undergraduate School on Experimental Quantum Information Processing

QCSYS - Quantum Cryptography School for Young Students

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