• Technical Conference & Exhibit:  01 – 04 November 2021

Quantum Information and Measurement VI

About Quantum Information and Measurement VI

01 - 05 November 2021, Virtual Event - Eastern Daylight Time (EDT, UTC-04:00)

Quantum Information and Measurement VI (QIM) is co-presented with Frontiers in Optics + Laser Science in 2021.  Individuals can register for either meeting and receive full access to technical programs presented at both plus the FiO LS Virtual Exhibit. (The QIM schedule is one day longer, concluding on Friday.)

QIM covers the latest in theoretical developments and experimental implementations of quantum information technology, including the advanced engineering needed to realize such technologies.

In addition to the conference’s traditional focus on quantum optics and photonics, QIM also includes other platforms for quantum technologies, broadly construed, including topics such as solid-state systems (superconductors, semi-conductors) atoms and ions (including gravity gradiometers and gyroscopes and computing and simulation engines).

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Plenary Speakers

Warwick Bowen, University of Queensland, Australia
Talk: Absolute Quantum Advantage in Bioimaging

Akira Furusawa, University of Tokyo, Japan
Talk: Large-scale Quantum Computing with Quantum Teleportation

Luis Sanchez-Soto, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
Talk: Achieving the Ultimate Timing Resolution

Lorenza Viola, Dartmouth College, USA
Talk: Advances in Quantum Metrology under Correlated Quantum Noise

Philip Walther, Universitat Wien, Austria
Talk: Quantum Photonics for Quantum Machine Learning and Secure Computing

Invited Speakers

Ulrik Andersen, Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, Denmark
Talk: Optical Quantum Computing Based on Continuous Variable Cluster States

Areeya Chantasri, Mahidol University, Thailand
Talk: Unifying Theory of Quantum State Estimation Using Past and Future Information

Sophia Economou, Virginia Tech, USA
Talk: Generation of Photonic Graph States from Spin-photon Interfaces

Linran Fan, University of Arizona, USA
Talk: Advanced Quantum State Engineering with Pockels Nonlinear Integrated Optics

Alessandro Fedrizzi, Heriot-Watt University, UK
Talk: Precision Quantum Photonics in the Time-frequency Domain

Ofer Firstenberg, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Talk: Strong Rydberg-mediated Photon-photon Interactions

Sylvain Gigan, Sorbonne Université , France
Talk: Programmable Linear Quantum Networks with a Multimode Fibre

Gabriel Hetet, ENS Departement de Physique, France
Talk: Spin-mechanics with Trapped Diamonds

Nathan Langford, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Talk: Quantum Chaos and Trotterisation Thresholds in Digital Quantum Simulations

Ben Lanyon, Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information, Austria
Talk: A Quantum Repeater Node Made of Trapped Atomic Ions

Radek Lapkiewicz, Uniwersytet Warszawski, Poland
Talk: Super-resolution Microscopy and Noise Resistant Phase Imaging with Photon Correlations

Julien Laurat, Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, France
Talk: Entangling Highly-efficient Quantum Memories

Virginia Lorenz, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Talk: Engineering Photonic Quantum States for Quantum Applications

Xiongfeng Ma, Tsinghua University, China
Talk: Security Assessment of Quantum Networks

Sven Ramelow, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany
Talk: Imaging and Spectroscopy with Mid-IR Undetected Photons

Brian Smith, University of Oregon, USA
Talk: Two-photon Time-frequency Entanglement in Quantum Information Science

Robert Stockill, QphoX, UK
Talk: Optomechanical Resonators for Quantum-state Transduction and Storage

Rinaldo Trotta, Univ degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza, Italy
Talk: Quantum Communication with Entangled Photons from Quantum Dots

Nathan Wiebe, University of Washington, USA
Talk: Characterizing Quantum Systems with Classical and Quantum Machine Learning