Joined QOT+FUW seminars:

We coorganise with Rafał Demkowicz-Dobrzański the weekly Quantum Information Seminar held each Thursday morning next-door at the Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw (FUW).

The details including previous speakers, currently upcoming events, as well as exact times and location can be found at: The sessions organised explicitly by the QOT teams are listed below.

QOT seminars:

  • 30.01.2020: Farid Khalili, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia, Non-classical light in laser gravitational wave detectors.
  • 12.12.2019: Carlo Maria Scandolo, University of Calgary, Canada, The entanglement of a bipartite channel.
  • 07.11.2019: Kang-Da Wu, University of Science and Technology, Hefei, China, Realization of Generalized Quantum Measurement Based on Linear Optics.
  • 30.09.2019: Thais de Lima Silva, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Arbitrary number of mutually unbiased measurements in phase space and their experimental implementation.
  • 23.07.2019: Vadim Makarov, Russian Quantum Center, Moscow, Can quantum physics break cryptography’s curse?
  • 18.07.2019: Marcio Mendes Taddei, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Error-run-time trade-off in the adiabatic approximation beyond scaling relations.
  • 11.07.2019: Suchetana Goswami, S. N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Kolkata, Universal detection of entanglement in two-qubit states using only two copies
  • 12.06.2019: Boulat Bash, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Arizona,  Fundamental Limits of Low Probability of Covert Communications: Core Results and Future Directions
  • 09.05.2019: Julia Amoros Binefa, IQC-University of Waterloo, Field-swept control in Electron Spin Resonance and k-space formalism.
  • 04.04.2019: Jan Kołodyński and Alexander Streltsov, Centre for Quantum Optical Technologies UW, Entanglement negativity as a universal non-Markovianity witness.
  • 28.02.2019: Mohammad Mehboudi, ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Linear response theory for quantum Gaussian processes.
  • 17.01.2019: Martin Ringbauer, University of Innsbruck, Experimental metaphysics: Probing the foundations of quantum theory.
  • 10.01.2019: Swapan Rana, Centre for Quantum Optical Technologies UW, Resource theory of coherence.