Workshop of Quantum Simulation and Quantum Walks 2016
17th–20th November 2016, Prague, Czech Republic
Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague
Photo by Daniel Oi
The book of abstracts is available on-line; hardcopies will be provided at registration.
The conference will take place at:Faculty of Nuclear Sciences,
Czech Technical University in Prague,
Břehová 7, Prague 1,
Prague, Czech Republic
Directions:The faculty is located in the city centre of Prague and is five minutes walking distance from Staroměstká metro station (green "A" line).
Here you can find a printable map with detailed directions.
Travelling to Prague:Václav Havel International Airport has direct flights to many European countries.
Quantum walks, which are quantum-mechanical analogues of random walks, are promising models to understand quantum dynamics. These models have sparked various theoretical and experimental investigations covering areas in mathematics, physics, quantum information, and statistical mechanics. This 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.
This is the 6th in series of workshops focussing on aspects of quantum walks, and will take place in Prague, Czech Republic.
|Andrea Alberti||University of Bonn, Germany|
|Vedran Dunjko||University of Innsbruck, Austria|
|Mark Hillery||Hunter College of CUNY, USA|
|Akihito Ishizaki||Institute for Molecular Science, Japan|
|Tomáš Mančal||Charles University, Czech Republic|
|Paolo Mataloni||Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy|
|Paolo Perinotti||Pavia University, Italy|
|Etsuo Segawa||Tohoku University, Japan|
|Christine Silberhorn||University of Paderborn, Germany|
|Luis Velázquez||Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain|
|Ian Walmsley||University of Oxford, UK|
|Reinhard F. Werner||Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany|
- Registration opens: 1st June 2016
Deadline of abstract submission: 23rd August 2016
- The deadline of abstract submission has been extended to: 1st September 2016
- Conference opens: 17th November 2016
- Conference ends: 21st November 2016
We are now working on reviewing the submissions, as soon as the process is finished, we will contact the participants by email.
The details for the transfer are
Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering
115 19 Praha 1
Bank name and address:
Komerční banka, a.s.
190 00 Praha 9
SWIFT Code: KOMBCZPP
Payments for accompanying persons (40€/person) can also be made in cash at the workshop venue.
Late payment of the registration fee in cash will be possible on the first day of the workshop at the rate of 90€/person.
Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Czech Republic
Institute for Molecular Science, Japan
Wigner Research Centre for Physics, Hungary
- 0th Edition: Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan (March 29th-30th, 2011) cancelled due to earthquake.
- 1st Edition: Instituto de Fisica Corpuscular, Valencia, Spain (November 7th-10th, 2011)
- 2nd Edition: Okazaki Conference Center, Okazaki, Japan (November 24th - 26th, 2012)
- 3rd Edition: Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy (November 11th-15th, 2013)
- 4th Edition: Pumula Beach Hotel, Hibberdene, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa (November 24th-28th, 2014)
- 5th Edition: Yokohama National University, Yokohama, Japan (November 16th-18th, 2015)
We kindly ask you to send all your inquiries to email@example.com.
You are also welcome to join the event on Facebook.
- Igor Jex, FNSPE CTU in Prague (website)
- Aurél Gábris, FNSPE CTU in Prague (website)
- Martin Štefaňák, FNSPE CTU in Prague (website)
- Jaroslav Novotný, FNSPE CTU in Prague (website)
- Craig Hamilton, FNSPE CTU in Prague (website)
- Tamás Kiss, Wigner Research Centre for Physics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (website)
- Yutaka Shikano, Institute for Molecular Science, Japan (website)
City of Prague
Photos by Igor Jex