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There are two interesting and partially overlapping events in the UK at the end of March 2012.

One is a full workshop in Oxford, running 26-30 March, where a number of high-quality European speakers are invited, and is funded by US Office of Naval Research.

Cooperative Behaviour at the Quantum Light-Matter Interface

We are seeking a Post-Doctoral researcher to work at the interface of cold atoms and quantum optics. This is a prestigious two-year fellowship to study collective strong coupling of light and matter in an optical ring resonator.

The experiment aims to:
• Demonstrate collective strong coupling of potassium atoms in a high-finesse cavity
• Examine the cooperative mechanics of cold atoms in dynamical optical lattices

A postdoctoral position opens in autumn 2012 at the Quantware group of the Laboratory for Theoretical Physics, CNRS and University Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France (website http://www.quantware.ups-tlse.fr/). This position is funded by the LABEX NEXT in the framework of the grant ENCOQUAM (engineering of complex quantum matter waves) attributed to a team composed of the permanent researchers Bertrand Georgeot (theory) (webpage http://www.lpt.ups-tlse.fr/spip.php?article28)

Registration deadline: 

Sunday, May 13, 2012

The Institute for Quantum Computing at the University of Waterloo will host the Canadian Summer School on Quantum Information from June 11-16, 2012. This school is the 12th edition of an annual event that brings together students from around the world to learn about quantum information processing. Previous editions of the school have been held in Calgary, Montreal, Sherbrooke, Toronto, and Waterloo.

Quantum measures play a key role in quantum interactions. In this paper, a variant simulation system – a variant double path model – is proposed that uses multiple variable logic functions and variant principle schemes applied to input/output relationships as a variant quaternion. Under this mechanism, a two-state system of quantum interactions can be simulated by the variant double path model. Visual distributions can be expressed by their probability, synchronous/asynchronous, and symmetry/anti-symmetry statistical properties.


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