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Dr. Elanor HuntingtonAustralian National University & CQC2TOptimal control of quantum optical systems, Quantum phase estimationPradeep. N
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Mohammad H AnsariTUDelftIs Shannon entropy doubtful?Feb-MarchMHAnsaridoi:10.1103/PhysRevB.91.10430310.1103/PhysRevB.91.174307
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Dan BrowneUCLLater in the yearDaniel Burgarth
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Joe FitzsimonsCQT SingaporeExperimental verification of quantum computationSankalp GhatpandeNature Physics doi:10.1038/nphys2763
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Zoltan ZimborasSpainTime symmetry breaking in quantum transport and quantum infoJacob Biamonte
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John BollingerNISTQuantum simulationMauro Paternostro
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Aaron D. O'ConnellQuantum MachineSankalp Ghatpande
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Mario ZimanBratislavaTeiko Heinosaari
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Ignacio CiracMax Planck Institut für QuantenoptikDaniel Burgarth
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Daniel LossPiotr Cwiklinski
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Aram HarrowMITMatt Leifer
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Charlie BennettIBMMatt Leifer
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Anne BroadbentIQCQuantum one-time programsJoe Fitzsimons
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Carlos PalazuelosInstituto de Ciencias Matemáticas (ICMAT), MadridSuperactivation of Quantum NonlocalityRavi Kunjwal
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Masanao OzawaNagoya UniversityM. Sumanth
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Michael SkotiniotisInnsbruckQuantum communication in the presence of CPT superselectionIan DurhamThis is shameless self-promotion.
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Barry SandersCalgaryIan DurhamIn India until end of January.
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Daniel LidarUSCIan Durham
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Alan Aspuru-GuzikHarvardQuantum coherence in biological systemsIan Durham
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Ben ReichardtUSCA classical leash for a quantum systemMatty Hoban
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Julia Kempe/Sev GharibianTel-Aviv University/University of IllinoisHardness of approximation for quantum problemsPiotr Cwiklinski
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Strelchuk/Horodecki/OppenheimGeneralized teleportation and entanglement recyclingOded Regevhttp://arxiv.org/abs/1209.2683
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Howard WisemanGriffith UniversityWeak measurementsMatt Leifer
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Chris FerrieUniversity of New MexicoUslessness of weak measurementsMatt LeiferAPS14
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Gilad GourUniversity of CalgaryUncertainty relationsMatt LeiferAPS14
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Carl Caves (or student)University of New MexicoOptimal heralded amplifiersMatt LeiferAPS14
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Robin Blume-KohoutSandia National LabProcess tomographyMatt LeiferAPS14
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Alberto MontinaUniversita della Svizzera ItalianaClassical communication complexity of quantum channelsMatt LeiferAPS14
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John SmolinIBMEntertaining anti DWave talkMatt LeiferAPS14
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Māris OzolsUniversity of CambridgeQuantum walks to find marked element on any graphSankalp GhatpandearXiv:1002.2419 [quant-ph]
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Vassilios KarakostasUniversity of AthensRealism and objectivism in quantum mechanicsPaul Merriamhttp://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1203/1203.0179.pdf
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David DeutschOxfordGood ExplanationsYes, in a few monthsDaniel Burgarth
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Reinhard WernerHannoverProbably, but not immedeatlyDaniel Burgarth
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IBM Solid StateIBMNo replyMatt Leifer
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Matt HastingsStation QArea law and applicationsNot sure yetDaniel Burgarth
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Hans BriegelInnsbruckQuantum actuatorsYes, in principle, ask again mid 2013Daniel Burgarth
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Dorit AharonovHebrew UniversityProbably in autumn termDaniel Burgarth
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Michael BiercukSydneyIon trapsNo replyDaniel Burgarth
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Patrick HaydenMcGill UniversityTowards the fast scrambling conjectureYes, available during mid-July or end of August (contact for details)Mark WildeAPS14
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Matthew LeiferUCLFormulating Quantum Theory as a Causally Neutral Theory of Bayesian InferenceWill think about it. Maybe ask Rob Spekkens instead.Ravi Kunjwal
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Michael NielsenReinventing DiscoveryDeclined. Is taking a break from advocacy to work on new projectsTeiko Heinosaari
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Jeremy O'BrienBristolQuantum Optics ChipsYes in principle (no follow up reply)Daniel Burgarth
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Aephraim SteinbergTorontoUncertainty principle and weak measurementsNo replyMatt Leifer
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Frank VerstraeteViennaWaiting for replyDaniel Burgarth
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David WinelandNISTDeclined. Too busy, but Didi Leibfried has agreed to be scheduled soon.Matt Leifer
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Andy DohertySydneySometime after May 2013Steve FlammiaSometime after May
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Ataç İmamoğluETH ZurichControlling dynamics of quantum dot spinsYes in fall 2013Sankalp Ghatpande
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John PreskillCaltechFault-tolerant quantum computing with superconducting qubitsNo replyMatt LeiferAPS14
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Daniel GottesmanPerimeter InstituteThe overhead of fault-tolerant quantum computingYes5/20/2014Matt LeiferAPS14
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Adrian KentUniversity of CambridgeUnconditionally Secure Bit Commitment with Flying QuditsYes2011-08-23Matthew Leifer
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Andreas WinterUniversity of BristolZero-error communication via quantum channels, non-commutative graphs and a quantum Lovasz theta-functionYes2011-09-27Daniel Burgarth
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Matthew PuseyImperial CollegeInterpretation of Quantum StateYes2011-11-30Daniel Burgarth
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Martin PlenioUniversität UlmSystems, environment and long-lived coherenceYes2011-12-13Daniel Burgarth
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Huw PriceCambridgeRetrocausalityYes2012-01-24Huw Price
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Lucien HardyPerimeter InstituteOperator Tensor Formalism (arXiv:1201.4390)Yes2012-02-21Ravi Kunjwal
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Jeff LundeenNRC OttawaMeasuring the wavefunction with weak measurementsYes2012-03-27Matt Leifer
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Jonathan OppenheimUCLFundamental limitations for quantum and nano thermodynamics (arXiv:1111.3834)Yes (early March)2012-04-24Marco Piani
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Vlatko VedralOxfordEntanglement (probably)Yes2012-08-05Joe Hooper
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Joe FitzsimmonsSingaporeBlind quantum computationYes2012-05-29Daniel Burgarth
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Scott AaronsonMITQuantum MoneyYes, prefers during summer after teaching is finished2012-06-19Daniel Burgarth
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Caslav BruknerViennaQuantum correlations with indefinite causal structureYes, prefers during summer after teaching is finished2012-07-24Matt Leifer
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Francesco BuscemiNagoya UniversityAll Entangled Quantum States Are NonlocalYes, contact him for scheduling for July or August2012-08-28Mark Wilde
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Stephanie WehnerSingaporeUncertainty and the generation of randomnessYes2012-09-25Matthew Leifer
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Markus MüllerPerimeterThree-dimensionality of space and the quantum bit: how to derive both from information-theoretic postulates (arXiv:1206.0630)Yes2012-10-23Frédéric Grosshans
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Rob SpekkensPerimeterYes2012-11-20Matt Leifer
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Roger ColbeckETH ZurichNo extension of quantum theory can have improved predictive powerYes2013-01-29Mark Wilde
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Ivette FuentesNottinghamQuantum information processing in spacetimeYes2013-03-26Antje Kohnle
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Didi LeibfriedNISTYes2013-04-23Matt Leifer
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David PoulinUniversity of Sherbrooke
Tradeoffs Between Thermal and Quantum Fluctuations in 2D Quantum Memories
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Bill WoottersWilliamsWhat is the origin of complex probability amplitudes?Yes2013-06-18Matt Leifer
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Steve FlammiaUniversity of SydneyThermalization, Error-Correction, and Memory Lifetime for Ising Anyon SystemsYes2013-07-30Matt Leifer
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Renato RennerETH ZurichDoes freedom of choice imply that the wave function is real?Yes2013-10-29Piotr Cwiklinski
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Mark WildeLouisiana State UniversityStrong converse theorems in quantum information theoryYes2013-11-26Daniel Burgarth
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Troels Frimodt Rønnow ETH ZurichQuantum Annealing with 503 qubitsYes2014-01-28Daniel Burgarth
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Nicholas BrunnerUniveristy of GenevaDimension of Physical SystemsYes2014-02-25Daniel Burgarth
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Tobias FritzPerimeter InstituteA Combinatorial Approach to Nonlocality and ContextualityYes2014-03-25Jonathan Barrett
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Chris RichardsonUniversity of LiegeCollapse and relativityYes4/22/2014Matt Leifer
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