We would like to advertise a limited number of places at the workshop on Spectral and Spatial Engineering of Quantum Light (SSEQL), which will be held at the University of Warsaw from 30. March to 1. April 2016. The workshop is organized within the PhoQuS project and focuses on exploring the spectral-temporal and spatial degree of freedom of light for multidimensional photonic quantum information encoding and processing. The list of invited speakers includes:
Applications are invited for full-time Resident Academic Posts in the Department of Physics in the
Faculty of Science of the University of Malta. The appointments will be on an indefinite basis, subject
to a one-year probationary period, up to statutory retirement age.
Submitted by Marcopiani on Tue, 17/02/2015 - 23:30.
The 71st Scottish Universities Summer School in Physics will be held at the University of Strathclyde 21st July to 2nd August 2015. The official website is sussp71.phys.strath.ac.uk
The last 25 years have seen a shift in the emphasis of fundamental quantum physics theory and experiments, from simply generating and measuring quantum systems towards the purposeful control and manipulation of their dynamics. The main drivers for this are the rapidly-developing fields related to quantum technologies. These include metrology and sensing, as well as quantum simulation and computation.
Workshop topics include BosonSampling, quantum walks, optical quantum computing, foundations of quantum mechanics, group theory in multi-photon interferometry, implementations, and scalability. The workshop will be held at the Shanghai Branch of the Division of Quantum Physics and Quantum Information within the Hefei National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at Microscale, which is part of the University of Science and Technology of China. The workshop venue is in Pudong New Area and conveniently accessible (half-hour drive) from Shanghai airport.