Continuous Variables and Relativistic Quantum Information
Monday 21 - Wednesday 23 August 2017
Dr. Friedrich Koenig, University of St. Andrews, St. Andrews, United Kingdom
Dr. Natalia Korolkova, University of St. Andrews, St. Andrews, United Kingdom
Quantum information is now an established field of research with the ultimate goal to make quantum physics a foundation to technology, pushing limits in precision, computational power and security of telecommunication. Novel generations of experiments have made it inevitable to take relativistic effects into account. Examples are fast moving quantum systems or changes in the gravitational potential. Quantum coherence of larger scale systems is a subject currently under intense study, particularly within quantum optics.
This workshop on Continuous Variables and Relativistic Quantum Information is intended to bring together experts on relativistic quantum information, quantum coherence, in particular on continuous variable quantum optics, in an informal setting for networking and discussion of new ideas on fundamental issues as well as applications in quantum technologies. The workshop is followed by the related co-joint workshop on Quantum Foundations.
If you are interested to participate in this session, please choose this topic in your abstract submission. If you have questions please contact Prof. Natalia Korolkova, (firstname.lastname@example.org) and/or Dr. Friedrich Koenig, (email@example.com) and (firstname.lastname@example.org).