New Trends in Complex Quantum Systems Dynamics 2019




Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Registration deadline: 

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Submission deadline: 

Saturday, December 15, 2018


Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti
campo santo stefano
45° 25' 58.1448" N, 12° 19' 47.4744" E

In recent years, a fast development of different quantum hardware, theoretical models and numerical tools has been achieved, which pave the way to unprecedented investigations in quantum science, and in particular in the study of out of equilibrium many-body processes. However, the new challenges call for different expertise that has to be merged: from the theoretical and experimental or numerical knowledge to the theoretical understanding of the system to be simulated. It is then important that experts from different perspectives talk together, exchange ideas providing open problems to be attacked and new ideas for possible platforms where questions can be answered. Following the success of the first three editions, the fourth edition of this workshop aims to consolidate a new community of actors working together in this exciting interdisciplinary field.

The list of covered topics includes:

Quantum sensing
Quantum simulators
Quantum thermodynamics
Quantum annealing and machine learning
Quantum biology
Rydberg atoms
Open quantum systems dynamics
Quantum technologies
Trapped ions
NV centers in diamonds

The list of confirmed invited speakers includes:

• Verònica Ahufinger
• Alexia Auffeves
• Immanuel Bloch
• Jianshu Cao
• Juan José García Ripoll
• Marcus Huber
• Gerschon Kurizki
• Misha Lukin
• Martin Plenio
• Jörg Schmiedmayer
• Paolo Villoresi
• Susanne Yelin
• Peter Zoller


Phase two ENIGMA

Phase two will develop from the foundation structure of ENIGMA 1, and will further create a voice activated input program for vocally programming the Quantum processor. Once the ENIGMA algorithm is perfected we will then utilize it to teach the machine the language vocally which will further enhance the speed and reliability of the initial programming procedure . The final and most ingenious phase of the ENIGMA project will be to employ thought patterns to the language and then by wearing a helmet with a heads up display one will be shielded from all outside electro- magnetic interference in field applications and will be able to access the Q Bit Processor via thought with zero voice requirements. This could be useful in special applications which may be considered classified. No further discussion regarding this phase is authorized at this time.