Friday 13th December 2019 at 16:00. Aula Conversi – Ed. Marconi, Sapienza Università di Roma.
According to quantum theory, the correlations between outcomes of separated experiments violate Bell inequalities (constraints that any local hidden variable model must satisfy). However, these violations are limited. In principle, higher violations could occur.
Since these violations have extraordinary technological applications, it is important to understand where do the limits come from (without merely invoking quantum theory as “explanation”), what these limits are telling us about the universe, and what can we learn from experiments aiming these limits.
PREVIOUS EVENTS ORGANIZED BY THE QUANTUM INFORMATION LAB
TEMPLETON WORKSHOP Causality in the quantum world: harnessing quantum effects in causal inference problems
17-20 September 2019. Anacapri, Italy
The Templeton Workshop was organized by John Templeton Foundation in Anacapri, Italy from 17 to 20 September 2019, with more than 80 participants
Caslav Brukner, University of Vienna
Rafael Chaves, International Institute of Physics (Brazil)
Fabio Sciarrino, Sapienza University of Rome
Quantum Information and Measurement (QIM) – V: Quantum Technologies
Rome, 4-6 April 2019
The Quantum Information Lab has organized the Quantum Information and Measurement (QIM) – V: Quantum Technologies in Rome from 4 to 6 April 2019, with more than 350 participants
Details at www.quantumlab.it/qim2019/
All accepted papers will be published and indexed as Conference Proceedings in OSA Technical Digest. Submit your contribution via the OSA abstract and summary submission website: https://www.osa.org/en-us/meetings/topical_meetings/quantum_information_and_measurement_(qim)_v_quant/
Fabio Sciarrino, University of Rome La Sapienza
David Lucas, University of Oxford
Ian Walmsley (OSA President), University of Oxford
Irfan Siddiqi, University of California Berkeley
Nicolas Treps, Université Pierre-et-Marie-Curie
Conference on Quantum Measurement: Fundamentals, Twists, and Applications 29 April – 4 May 2019
This conference will address recent theoretical and experimental developments in quantum measurement, underscoring common themes from the perspectives of foundations of quantum mechanics, quantum information processing, quantum optics, condensed matter physics and metrology. (link)
Foundations of quantum mechanics
Quantum measurement in information processing
Quantum measurements in nanodevices
Quantum measurement and thermodynamics
Quantum metrology and precision measurements
Thursday 13 September 2018 at 15:00
The Department of Physics of Sapienza Università di Roma hosted the winners of the prestigious Tomassoni and Chisesi physics prize delivered by @Fond_Sapienza:
– Scott Aaronson from The University of Texas at Austin for quantum computational complexity (category under 40)
– Philip Kim from Harvard University for quantum transport in graphene (category over 40)
The Final Conference Integrated Quantum Photonics was a success!
The Quantum Information Lab has organized Final Conference Integrated Quantum Photonics, Final Conference of the PICQUE and QUCHIP projects. The event took place in Sapienza Università di Roma on 26-29 September 2017, with more than 120 participants from the whole community and very high quality presentations.
We thank all the participants for making this conference a great success!
IQIS 2016 – 9th Italian Quantum Information Science Conference
Rome, 20-23 September 2016
The Quantum Information Lab has organized the 9th Italian Quantum Information Science Conference.
Young IQIS2016 Conference
Rome, 19 September 2016
The 1st Young Italian Quantum Information Science Conference, a one-day special event dedicated to the young scientists, was held for the first time in Rome as a satellite event of the IQIS2016 Conference and was organized by the Quantum Information Lab.