Speakers’ presentations

Causality in the quantum world: harnessing quantum effects in causal inference problems
17-20 September 2019. Anacapri, Italy

Tuesday 17 September
Keynote Lecture: Quantum non-locality in Networks. Nicolas Gisin, Universitè de Genève, Switzerland

Quantum Shannon Theory with Superposition of Causal Orders. Giulio Chiribella, University of Oxford, UK

Experimental quantum tests of causal structures. Gonzalo Carvacho, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

Communication through Quantum Causal Structures. Fabio Costa, The University of Queensland, Australia

Quantum computation with indefinite causal structures. Mateus Araujo, University of Cologne, Germany

Time reference frames and gravitating quantum clocks. Esteban Castro Ruiz, University of Vienna, Austria

Causal structures in higher-order quantum theory. Paolo Perinotti, University of Pavia, Italy

Experimental Entanglement of Temporal Orders. Giulia Rubino, University of Vienna, Austria

Quantum superpositions of causal orders as an operational resource. Márcio Taddei, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Quantum measurements of time. Lorenzo Maccone, Universita’ di Pavia, Italy

Wednesday 18 September
Generalizing Inflation: constraining correlations in general causal structures for various physical theories. Elie Wolfe, University of Connecticut, USA

The future of quantum theory. Ding Jia, Perimeter Institute, Canada

Quantum circuits with classical versus quantum control of causal orders. Cyril Branciard, Institut Néel – CNRS, France

Quantum processes on time-delocalized systems. Ognyan Oreshkov, Universitè Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

Quantum causal models. Jonathan Barrett, University of Oxford, UK

No-signaling and relativistic causality form quantum information perspective. Pawel Horodecki, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland

Thursday 19 September
Keynote Lecture: Quantifying Bell: the Resource Theory of Nonclassicality of Common-Cause Boxes. Robert Spekkens, Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, Canada

Bounding correlations in networks. Antonio Acin, ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Spain
Acin presentation – Part 2

Statistical Mechanics of the Quantum Internet. Daniel Cavalcanti, ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Spain

Computational advantage from quantum control of multiple causal orders: an experimental demonstration of the N-switch. Leandro Aolita, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Fix points of quantum evolution on indefinite causal structures. Ämin Baumeler, IQOQI Vienna, Austria

Implications of Local Friendliness violation to quantum causality. Eric Cavalcanti, Griffith University, Australia

Indefinite Causal Structure: Implementations. Katja Ried, Universität Innsbruck, Austria

Measurement incompatibility and steering are necessary and sufficient for contextuality. Armin Tavakoli, University of Geneva, Switzerland

Experimental device-independent randomness generation within an instrumental scenario. Iris Agresti, La Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy

Communication through quantum-controlled noise. Philippe Guerin, University of Vienna, Austria

Friday 20 September
Keynote Lecture: Learning about a quantum system’s past from present observations: from tunneling times to pigeonholes. Aephraim Steinberg, University of Toronto, Canada

Quantum correlations under restrictions on accessible information. Jonathan Bohr Brask, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

Quantum mechanics and the covariance of physical laws in quantum reference frames. Flaminia Giacomini, University of Vienna, Austria

Quantifying LOSR nonclassicality across arbitrary resource types. David Schmid, Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics (Canada)

Devices in superposition. Valerio Scarani, Center for Quantum Technologies, NUS, Singapore

Analysing causal structures in generalised probabilistic theories. Mirjam Weilenmann, IQOQI Vienna, Austria