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Q|uarantine talkshttps://tinyurl.com/q-uarantineIdeas to improve the system? contact joseph.bowles@icfo.eu or felix.huber@icfo.eu
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To share science and increase social exchange now that some of us are stuck at home, we propose regular video talks and discussions.
If you would like to give a talk, an introduction into a method, or have a discussion on some topic we would be most happy for you to join:
Simply pick a slot and add your name. (You can still remove your entry or change slot later).
It's very informal!
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Talks can be given by anybody on any topic on any platform at any time. It is self-organized, you are your own host.
There is no limit on the number of talks per day (just make a new row in the schedule below). It is up to the speaker to set up the talk and post the invite link below in time.
We recommend one of the following services (instructions in the tabs below): Zoom, Twitch
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SPEAKERSAnnounce the streaming platform in the 'video chat invite link' in advance (in case the platform requires participants to download software or create an account). In case that you record the talk, please post the link to the recording.
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PARTICIPANTSMake sure you have the relevant software and account ready before the scheduled start time.
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DayDateTimeSpeakerTitle
arXiv or slides (if applicable)
Video chat invite linkAbstract
Recording (optional)
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TueMar 244:00 PM CETFelix Huber, ICFO BarcelonaPositive Maps and Matrix Contractionshttps://arxiv.org/abs/2002.12887Will talk about how to construct matrix "polynomials" that are positive on the positive cone, and the connections with entanglement theory.
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FriMar 274:00 PM CETJoseph Bowles, ICFO Barcelona
Bounding sets of sequential quantum correlations and device-independent randomness certification
https://arxiv.org/abs/1911.11056https://us04web.zoom.us/j/549425906
Meeting ID: 549 425 906
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TueMar 313:00 PM CESTMarkus Heinrich, U Cologne
Quantum homeopathy works: Efficient unitary designs with a system-size independent number of non-Clifford gates
https://arxiv.org/abs/2002.09524https://uni-koeln.zoom.us/j/151170447
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WedApr 13:00 PM CETC. Jebarathinam, NCKU Tainan
Selftesting Quantum Information Processing using quantumness of separable states
https://arxiv.org/abs/1912.01270https://zoom.us/j/728816323
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FriApr 34:00 PM CETMiguel Navascués, IQOQI ViennaTranslating uncontrolled systems in timehttps://arxiv.org/abs/1903.10568
https://zoom.us/j/761441595?pwd=VVY4QnNPNHlJdjlQV1E3SVRCVm5ZUT09
I will summarize my group's latest results on time warping devices
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MonApr 64:00 PM CESTMark Stuckey, Etown College, USAQuantum mysteries for anybody: Solved. Answering Mermin's challenge.https://arxiv.org/abs/1809.08231https://us04web.zoom.us/j/779482337I will provide a principle explanation for the entanglement of Bell spin states to answer Mermin's challenge to explain the way the Mermin device works "in terms meaningful to a general reader struggling with the dilemma raised by the device."
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ThuApr 92:00 PM CESTFlavien Hirsch, IQOQI ViennaDevice independent quantification of entanglement is not always possiblehttps://arxiv.org/abs/2003.14189Zoom: Meeting-ID: 820 115 128 Passwort: 0Z3Xsc
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TueApr 145:00:00 PM CETLe Lab Quantique Meetup Drug discovery, QC with neutral atoms, Ultra Strong Coupling Physics
https://www.meetup.com/Paris-Quantum-Computing-Technologies/events/269861384/
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ThuApr 163:00 PM CESTAleks Kissinger, U OxfordAn Introduction to the ZX-Calculus, and Some Applications in Quantum Softwarehttps://arxiv.org/abs/1902.03178
https://zoom.us/j/94816636388?pwd=WWJnVjZrRHE2QWUwWjJLUUd0aVlDZz09
I will give a brief introduction to the ZX-calculus: what it is and what it does, then talk about some recent work in using ZX-based techniques to optimise, verify, and classically simulate quantum circuits.
can you please record it? [Can someone please post the recorded video links if they have it? Thank you]
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FriApr 174:00 PM CESTFelipe Montealegre-Mora, CologneClifford tensor powers: from Howe to howhttps://arxiv.org/abs/1906.07230
https://uni-koeln.zoom.us/j/93539518678?pwd=M0J3b28reVM1cTlxNm5oeXBMbDUxdz09
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MonApr 202:00 PM CESTYutaka Shikano, Keio UniversityReal-time in-vivo thermometry on worms by nitrogen-vacancy center in nanodiamondhttps://arxiv.org/abs/2001.02844
https://zoom.us/j/223299474?pwd=a2l6ZUxWYWw2aFEzeWxwdUVJa0Qvdz09
Temperature affects various physiological functions and is one of the most important factors in homeostasis. However, these physiological functions have not yet understood from the biochemical viewpoint. While several biological samples do not have the temperature receptor, they seem to adapt the temperature. In the standard sense of theoretical physics, the "small-scale" temperature is not well defined. Recently, the room-temperature operated nano-scale thermometry is established to use the nitrogen-vacancy center in nanodiamond. This thermal probe is the bio nontoxic. This is well known as one of the best candidates on the bio-sensing applications. In our study, Caenorhabditis elegans (C. elegans) is considered. C. elegans does not have the temperature receptor but control the aging speed by temperature. As the proof-of-concept experiment on the biological application by the nanodiamond thermometry, we measured the thermogenic response of C. elegans due to the chemical stimuli. This work is basically collaborated with Masazumi Fujiwara group and Eriko Kage-Nakadai group, which are in Osaka City University.
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FriApr 242:00 OM CESTIvette Fuentes, U Nottingham
Miniaturized quantum sensors for Fundamental Physics and applications in gravimetry
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85957588387?pwd=dFhYbTJKeFRDd2hRdEhUYThlTytTUT09
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TueApr 283:00 PM CESTZhou Wenbin, Nagoya University, Japan“Quantumness” always happens in time—and needs to be programmable https://arxiv.org/abs/1908.11274
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78334129052?pwd=MjNMRnczL1RIb1FLeitaS01SdkxoZz09
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WedApr 297:30 PM CESTCharles Marcus, Copenhagen, DenmarkExternal talk (Long Range Colloquium):
"Zero-field Topological Superconductivity in Ferromagnetic Hybrid Nanowires"
More info:
https://virtualscienceforum.org/#/long_range_colloquium
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ThuApr 305:00 PM CESTDarrick Chang, ICFO, SpainExternal talk (Quantum Science Seminar): "The maximum refractive index of an atomic medium"More info:https://quantumscienceseminar.com/schedule/
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MonMay 43:00 PM CESTEmanuele Dalla Torre, Bar-Ilan University
Identification of symmetry-protected topological states on noisy quantum computers
https://arxiv.org/abs/2002.04620https://zoom.us/s/9507474535
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WedMay 63:00 PM CESTDaniel Miller, HHU-Düsseldorf, GermanyNoise thresholds for multipartite entanglement based on sector lengths of qudit Bloch vectorshttps://arxiv.org/abs/1910.09551
https://hhu.webex.com/hhu/j.php?MTID=m9eeb848ee0f032c412ece5271774112a
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ThuMay 75:00 PM CESTJacqueline BlochExternal talk (Quantum Science Seminar): "Polaritons"More info:https://quantumscienceseminar.com/schedule/
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WedMay 135:00 PM CESTKlaus MølmerExternal talk (Quantum Science Seminar): "Quantum Optics"More info:https://quantumscienceseminar.com/schedule/
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ThuMay 214:00 PM CESTAlex Pozas-KerstjensBounding correlations in quantum causal networkshttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/85913527238?pwd=ZS9TNDVmRmJkNERsWGxYbDN4a2tVZz09
I will give a summary of recent results in methods of bounding classical and quantum correlations in arbitrary causal structures. Namely, it will be a summary of arXivs: 1904.08943, 1909.10519 and 2002.02773
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WedMay 2711:40 AM CESTFrank Pollmann External talk: "“Efficient simulations of quantum many-body systems on a quantum computer”Please register at http://tiny.cc/biuoptics for Zoom link
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FriMay 294:30 PM CESTPablo ArrighiA short introduction to Quantum Cellular Automata
Please email niel.debeaudrap@cs.ox.ac.uk for Zoom invitation
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TueJun 29:30 AM -- 5:30 PM CET2-6 June, QPL 2020 livestreaming + slack lounges.https://www.monoidal.net/paris2020/qpl/schedule.html
17th Quantum Physics and Logics conference
Registration is free, but mandatory
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WedJun 311:00 AM CESTDimitris Angelakis External natures of localization with interacting photons in superconducting qubits”Please register at http://tiny.cc/biuoptics for Zoom link
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WedJun 1011:00 AM CESTPrasanta K. Panigrahi External talk: “Simulation of coupled photons and cavity dynamics on IBM quantum computer”Please register at http://tiny.cc/biuoptics for Zoom link
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WedJun 1711:00 AM CESTTitus Neupert External talk: "Solving a small Hubbard model on IBM’s quantum computer"Please register at http://tiny.cc/biuoptics for Zoom link
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ThuJun 1811:00 AM CESTAbdul Karim ObeidNon-Associativity Of The Foulis-Randall Product In Combinatorial Contextualityhttps://qut.zoom.us/j/96610001146
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