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Speaker: Joe Fitzsimons, Centre for Quantum Technologies, Singapore
Date: Tuesday 29th May 2012
Time: 14:00 British Summer Time

Title: Universal blind quantum computation

The registration is now open for the International Workshop "Horizons of Quantum Physics: from Foundations to Quantum-Enabled Techonologies", to be held in Taipei, Taiwan on October 14th - 18th 2012.
Attendees are strongly encouraged to contribute through poster presentations which will be displayed in the designated area adjacent to the workshop floor. Registration and poster abstract submission can be carried out on our webpage. Please note you can register first and submit your abstract at a later time by logging in on our website.

Submission deadline: 

Sunday, September 30, 2012

Registration deadline: 

Sunday, September 30, 2012

The workshop "Horizons of Quantum Physics" sits at the crossroads of cutting edge Theoretical Quantum Physics, Experimental Quantum Information Processing and Industrial Research. Its scope is to create a top level environment for discussion and confrontation where a common language between theorists, experimentalists an technologists might start to develop, with the ultimate goal to explore and enable the fascinating knowledge that will shape the world of tomorrow.

Call for Applications:
A 2,5 year Post-Doc position is available at the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation at the University of Amsterdam. The candidate will join the Vidi project of Dr. Sonja Smets.

VIDI Project: ‘Reasoning about quantum interaction: Logical modelling and verification of multi-agent quantum protocols’:

Constantin Piron, famous for many things including the Jauch-Piron NoGo-theorem and his reconstruction theorem, and of course his beautiful book Foundations of Quantum Physics, has died at the age of 80 on May 9, 2012. While usually associated with quantum logic, he strongly emphasized an operational underpinning of axiomatic concepts, and boldly went against any dogma, including quantum logic.


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