Quantum resources: from mathematical foundations to operational characterisation

Registration deadline: 

Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Submission deadline: 

Saturday, January 9, 2021


Monday, April 26, 2021 to Thursday, April 29, 2021



We are pleased to announce the workshop "Quantum resources: from mathematical foundations to operational characterisation", to take place in Singapore from 26th to 29th April 2021.

The workshop is concerned with the theoretical investigation of quantum resources, and in particular on bridging the gap between the abstract mathematical description of resource theories and the protocols for their practical exploitation.

It will consist of invited talks by experts in various aspects of quantum resource theories as well as contributed talks, poster sessions, and extended discussion sessions.

======= Invited speakers

* Gerardo Adesso (University of Nottingham)
* Fernando G.S.L. Brandao (Caltech)
* Francesco Buscemi (Nagoya University)
* Eric Chitambar (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
* Gilad Gour (University of Calgary)
* Min-Hsiu Hsieh (University of Technology Sydney)
* Jonathan Oppenheim (University College London)
* Martin Plenio (Ulm University)
* Renato Renner (ETH Zurich)
* Paul Skrzypczyk (University of Bristol)
* Alexander Streltsov (University of Warsaw)
* Marco Tomamichel (National University of Singapore)
* Mark M. Wilde (Louisiana State University)
* Andreas Winter (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona)

In light of the current global situation, the list is subject to change and will be finalised closer to the time of the workshop.

======= Important dates and information

We invite submissions for contributed talks and posters.

More information is available on the workshop website: quantumresources.science

* Abstract submission deadline: 9 January 2021
* Notification of acceptance: 18 January 2021
* Registration deadline: 31 March 2021
* Workshop: 26 - 29 April 2021

* Bartosz Regula (Nanyang Technological University)
* Mile Gu (Nanyang Technological University)
* Jayne Thompson (National University of Singapore)