quantum simulation

Submission deadline: 

Saturday, April 1, 2017

Registration deadline: 

Monday, May 1, 2017

Quantum simulation has recently established itself as an area of study in quantum physics that merges fundamental and applied questions. Such an interaction results in a more operational understanding of some aspects of quantum mechanics in terms of nature description. The idea to simulate the dynamics of a quantum system by a quantum device was first introduced by Richard Feynman in a seminal article in 1982 and developed in different frameworks, from quantum optics to condensed matter physics.

The CaNa group at Aix-Marseille University is seeking excellent and outstanding candidates in quantum information theory, quantum complex network, quantum simulation. A PhD in Theoretical Physics, Mathematics or Computer Science is required.
The deadline for the PhD position is: 10/15/2016 and the deadline for the PostDoc position is 12/01/2016. If you are interested in one of these opportunities, please send an email to:

European COST Action to develop “A quantum theory of complex and networked systems”

Open webnair 4:00 p.m. GMT – Thursday, June 2

One could argue that the fields of quantum information science and complex network theory (a.k.a. complexity science) both address complexity, yet from opposite perspectives. Indeed, the former makes use of a complex system as a computational resource whereas the later generally studies (and often using computer simulations) the scaling, collective behavior and emergent properties of complex system(s).

Submission deadline: 

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Registration deadline: 

Thursday, September 1, 2016

This is the 6th in series of workshops focusing on aspects of quantum walks, and will take place in Prague, Czech Republic from 17 to 20 November, 2016.

The workshop will aim to bring interdisciplinary researchers from all areas of quantum walks, both theoretical and experimental, together to discuss recent work and find future directions of research.

There will be a number of invited speakers and we will also accept a number of contributed talks.

We strongly encourage young researchers to join us at this workshop.


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