
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES 

August 30, 2016  
Quantum Information and Quantum Control Conference

SCHEDULE
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Monday, July 19, 2004 Poster Sessions  
8:00  8:40  Registration (with Coffee and Refreshments) 
8:40  8:45  Barbara Keyfitz, Director, The
Fields Institute Welcome and Introduction 
8:45  9:00  Peter Shor, MIT Chair's Remarks 
9:00  9:50  Keynote Charles Bennett, IBM Back Communication and Forward Capacities of Quantum Channels 
9:5010:30  David DiVincenzo, IBM Research Control and decoherence in Josephson junction qubits 
10:3010:55  Coffee Break 
10:5511:35  Richard Cleve, University of Calgary Consequences and Limits of Nonlocal Strategies 
11:3512:15  Ari Mizel, Penn State University Teleportation in ground state quantum computation Presentation (.pdf) 
12:153:00  lunch break 
3:003:15  Brian King, McMaster University Chair's Remarks 
3:153:55  Mark Dykman, Michigan State University Localizing excitations in a quantum computer with perpetually coupled qubits 
3:554:35  Mark Eriksson, University of Wisconsin Silicon/SiliconGermanium for Quantum Computation 
4:355:00  coffee break 
Contributed talks  parallel sessions  
5:006:00 BA1130 
Quantum Computation and Information chair: Brian King, McMaster University 5:00J.D. Franson, Johns Hopkins University 5:20Tommaso Calarco, University of Innsbruck 5:40Stephen Bartlett, The University of Queensland 
5:006:00 FI230 
Quantum Control  chair: Paul Brumer, University of Toronto 5:00Robert Badzey, Boston University 5:20Arlene D. WilsonGordon, BarIlan University 5:40Timothy F. Havel, MIT 
Reception and Poster Session at Fields  
Tuesday, July 20, 2004  
8:15  8:45  Morning coffee and refreshments 
8:459:00  Mike Mosca, University of Waterloo Chair's Remarks 
9:009:50  Keynote Gilles Brassard, Université de Montréal A Quarter of Century of Quantum Cryptography 
9:5010:30  Claude Crepeau, McGill University Cryptography in a Quantum World (URL Link to Presentation) 
10:3010:55  coffee break 
10:5511:35  Daniel Gottesman, Perimeter Institute High Fidelity to Low Weight Presentation (.pdf) Presentation (.ppt) 
11:3512:15  Norbert Lütkenhaus, University
of Erlangen Quantum Correlations in Quantum Cryptography Presentation (.pdf) 
12:153:00  lunch break 
3:003:15  Kiyoshi Tamaki, The Perimeter Institute Chair's Remarks 
3:153:55  Christian Kurtsiefer, University of Munich Tools for Experimental Quantum Cryptography Presentation (.pdf) 
3:554:35  Peter Shor, MIT TBA 
4:355:00  coffee break 
Contributed talks  parallel sessions  
5:006:00 BA1130 
Quantum Computation and Information chair: Aephraim Steinberg, University of Toronto 5:00  Barry C. Sanders, University of Calgary 5:20  Kai Chen, University of Toronto 5:40  Kiyoshi Tamaki, Perimeter Institute 
5:006:00 FI230 
Quantum Cryptography  chair: HoiKwong Lo, University of Toronto 5:00 Philip Walther, University of Vienna 5:20  Anatoly Yu. Smirnov, DWave Systems Inc. 5:40  Sergey Babichev, University of Konstanz 
Poster Session  
Wednesday, July 21, 2004  
8:158:45  Morning coffee and refreshments 
8:459:00  David Tannor, The Weizmann Institute
of Science Chair's Remarks 
9:009:50  Keynote Stuart A. Rice, The University of Chicago Variations on Adiabatic Passage in Optical Control of Molecular Processes 
9:5010:30  Gershon Kurizki, The Weizmann Institute
of Science A Unified Approach to Dynamical Control of Decoherence Presentation (.pdf) 
10:30  10:55  Coffee break 
10:5511:35  Ronnie Kosloff, The Hebrew University
of Jerusalem Quantum molecular computing: Optimal control theory for unitary transformations Presentation (.pdf) 
11:3512:15  Herschel Rabitz, Princeton University The Landscape for Controlling Quantum Phenomena 
12:151:45  Lunch Break 
1:452:00  Chair's comments (Robert Gordon) 
2:002:40  Philip H. Bucksbaum, FOCUS Center and Department
of Physics, University of Michigan Control Analysis based on Learning Feedback Experiments 
2:403:20  Thomas Baumert, Universitaet Kassel Quantum control in intense phase shaped laser fields 
3:203:45  Coffee break 
Contributed talks  parallel sessions  
3:454:45 BA1170 
Quantum Control  chair: Robert Gordon, University of Illinois at Chicago 3:45 Victor S. Batista, Yale Universisty 4:05 Dan Oron, Weizmann Institute of Science 4:25  Ioannis Thanopoulos, Weizmann Institute of Science
 
3:454:45 FI230 
Quantum Cryptography  chair: Kiyoshi Tamaki, The Perimeter Institute 3:45  Jean Christian Boileau, University of Waterloo
4:05  J.A.Vaccaro, University of Hertfordshire 4:25 Debbie Leung, Institute of Quantum Information 
4:455:00  Coffee Break 
5:006:00 BA1170 
Quantum Computation and Information  chair: Timothy Havel, MIT 5:00  Dan Browne, Imperial College 5:20  Jose M. Fernandez, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
 Entangling capacities of noisy nonlocal Hamiltonians 
5:006:00 FI230 
Quantum Error Correction  chair: Daniel Lidar, University of Toronto 5:00  Kaveh Khodjasteh, University of Toronto 5:20  Masoud Mohseni, University of Toronto 5:40 Robert Raussendorf, Caltech 
Poster Session  
Thursday, July 22, 2004  
8:158:45  Morning coffee and refreshments 
8:459:00  Dave Bacon, Caltech Chair's remarks 
9:009:50  Keynote Manny Knill, NIST Postselected Quantum Computation Presentation (.pdf) 
9:5010:30  Robert Alicki, University of Gdansk Is quantum error correction feasible? Presentation(.pdf) 
10:3010:55  coffee break 
10:5511:35  Vwani Roychowdhury, UCLA TBA 
11:3512:15  David Meyer, UCSD Topological Quantum Codes 
12:151:45  lunch break 
1:452:00  Lorenza Viola, Los Alamos National Laboratory Chair's Remarks 
2:002:40  Raymond Laflamme, University of Waterloo Experimental quantum error correction 
2:402:45  Break/room switch 
2:453:25  Hideo Mabuchi, Caltech  Lecture to be
held in BA1170 TBA 
3:203:45  coffee break 
Contributed talks  parallel sessions  
3:454:45 BA1170 
Quantum Error Correction  chair: Lorenza Viola, Los Alamos National Laboratory 3:45 Charlene Ahn, Caltech 4:05  Chikako Uchiyama, University of Yamanashi Closed loop techniques for decoherence control and entanglement manipulation 
3:454:45 FI230 
Quantum Control  chair: Howard Wiseman, Griffith University 3:45  Robert Kosut, SC Solutions 4:05  Vladimir S. Malinovsky, University of Michigan
4:25  Jiangbin Gong, University
of Chicago  FI230 
4:455:00  coffee break 
5:006:00 BA1170 
Quantum Computation and Information  chair: Barry Sanders, University of Calgary 5:00  Hilary Carteret, Université de Montréal
5:20 Shohini Ghose, University of Calgary 5:40  Ashwin Nayak, University of Waterloo 
5:006:00 FI230 
Quantum Control  chair: Victor Batista, Yale University 5:00  Howard Wiseman, Griffith University 5:20 Ignacio Franco, University of Toronto 5:40 Yossi Elran, University of Toronto 
6:30 p.m.  Banquet dinner at Golden Mile restaurant 
Friday, July 23, 2004  
8:158:45  Morning coffee and refreshments 
8:459:00  Chair's comments 
9:009:40  Aephraim M. Steinberg, University
of Toronto Shedding a Bit of Information on Light: Measurement and Manipulation of Quantum States Presentation (.pdf) Presentation (.ppt) 
9:4010:20  HoiKwong Lo, University of Toronto Extending the distance of unconditionally secure quantum key distribution (Presentation) .pdf Presentation (.ppt) 
10:2010:45  coffee break 
10:4511:25  Paul Brumer, University of Toronto TBA 
11:2512:05  Daniel Lidar, University of Toronto Hybrid quantum error prevention, reduction, and correction method Presentation (.pdf) Presentation (.ppt) 
12:0512:55  CQIQC Keynote Lecture Marlan Scully, Texas A & M University TBA 
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