'''AIM AND SCOPE'''
Quantum computation and quantum information is a rather new rapidly developing interdisciplinary field. Theoretical and practical research in this field is based on quantum physics, computer science, electrical engineering and mathematics. Computer algebra methods, algorithms and software systems have been already applied to various problems of quantum computing and quantum information. This session aims at the exchange of recent research results and ideas about algebraic and symbolic-numeric aspects of quantum computing and quantum information processing. In particular, the following topics are to be considered:
* Simulation of quantum computation by means of computer algebra systems
* Algebraic and geometric analysis of quantum algorithms
* Quantifying of multiqubit entanglement
* Construction of circuit unitary matrices
* Algebraic methods in quantum cryptography
* Symbolic-numeric methods applied to solving Schrödinger equation for qubits in external fields
* Quantum automata and algebraic groups
* Logic and algebraic structures from quantum computation
If you are interested in giving a presentation at this session, please email an abstract to one of the organizers. The duration of a talk is to be 30 minutes including time for discussion. The deadline for talk submissions is 30 April, 2013.
To aid in the creation of a proceedings for the meeting, please use this LaTeX template for your abstract. (The document generated by this template is located here). Send a copy of the .tex file and a PDF version of the abstract to the session organizers. If you are not familiar with LaTeX, you may also send a plain text version of your proposal. Proceedings will be published with an ISBN. If your proposal is accepted, you may send an extended abstract or short paper of up to 5 pages to be included in the proceedings.
'Functional framework for representing and transforming quantum channels', Jarosław Adam Miszczak, Institute of Theoretical and Applied Informatics, Polish Academy of Science
* Vladimir Gerdt, Laboratory of Information Technologies , Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
* Alexander Prokopenya, Faculty of Applied Informatics and Mathematics , Warsaw University of Life Sciences , Poland E-mail: email@example.com
* Yoshio Uwano, Faculty of Systems Information Sceince, Future University Hakodate , Japan E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
This conference is Special Session at the 19th International Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra 2013