Physics Frontiers with Quantum Science and Technology

from Wednesday, March 9, 2022 (8:00 AM) to Thursday, March 10, 2022 (8:00 PM)
University of Tokyo (Koshiba hall)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Mar 9, 2022
Mar 10, 2022
AM
8:30 AM Opening - Shoji Asai (University of Tokyo (JP))   (Koshiba hall)
8:40 AM
Quantum sensor/computer developments and physics applications - Koji Terashi (University of Tokyo (JP)) (until 9:40 AM) (Koshiba hall)
8:40 AM Dark matter searches with quantum sensing technologies - Aaron Chou (Fermilab)   (Koshiba hall)
9:10 AM Superconducting Circuits for Quantum Computing and Sensing - Robert McDermott (University of Wisconsin Madison)   (Koshiba hall)
9:40 AM --- Coffee break ---
10:10 AM
Quantum sensor/computer developments and physics applications - Koji Terashi (University of Tokyo (JP)) (until 11:10 AM) (Koshiba hall)
10:10 AM Solid-state quantum system and applications to physics - Joseph Heremans (University of Chicago) David Awschalom (University of Chicago)   (Koshiba hall)
10:40 AM Quantum sensing of proton spins with a single NV center - Eisuke Abe (RIKEN)   (Koshiba hall)
11:10 AM --- Long break before late-afternoon session ---
8:00 AM
Quantum computer/sensor applications for physics - Ryu Sawada (University of Tokyo (JP)) (until 9:30 AM) (Koshiba hall)
8:00 AM Superconducting RF technologies for quantum applications - Anna Grassellino Alexander Romanenko (Fermilab)   (Koshiba hall)
8:30 AM Detecting gravitational waves with atom interferometry - Jason Hogan (Stanford University)   (Koshiba hall)
9:00 AM Quantum computing applications to HEP simulations - Christian Walter Bauer (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (US))   (Koshiba hall)
9:30 AM --- Coffee break ---
10:00 AM
Quantum computer/sensor applications for physics - Ryu Sawada (University of Tokyo (JP)) (until 11:00 AM) (Koshiba hall)
10:00 AM Quantum computing applications to HEP event reconstruction - Heather Gray (UC Berkeley/LBNL)   (Koshiba hall)
10:30 AM Quantum computing applications to high-energy physics at ICEPP - Yutaro Iiyama (University of Tokyo (JP))   (Koshiba hall)
11:00 AM --- Lunch break before late-afternoon session ---
PM
4:00 PM
Quantum computer/sensor developments and physics applications - Toshiaki Inada (University of Tokyo) (until 5:30 PM) (Koshiba hall)
4:00 PM Quantum computing with trapped ions - Hiroki Takahashi (OIST)   (Koshiba hall)
4:30 PM Mesoscopic physics and quantum sensing - Kensuke Kobayashi (University of Tokyo)   (Koshiba hall)
5:00 PM Quantum sensor applications to high-energy physics at CERN - Michael Doser (CERN)   (Koshiba hall)
5:30 PM --- Coffee break ---
6:00 PM
Quantum computer/sensor developments and physics applications - Toshiaki Inada (University of Tokyo) (until 7:00 PM) (Koshiba hall)
6:00 PM Repeated Quantum Error Correction in a Surface Code with Superconducting Circuits - Christopher Eichler (ETH Zurich)   (Koshiba hall)
6:30 PM Quantum computing, sensor and material science at DESY - Kerstin Borras (DESY / RWTH Aachen University)   (Koshiba hall)
4:00 PM
Quantum computer applications for physics - Yutaro Iiyama (University of Tokyo (JP)) (until 5:30 PM) (Koshiba hall)
4:00 PM Extreme Universe of spacetime and matter from quantum information - Tadashi Takayanagi (Kyoto U.)   (Koshiba hall)
4:30 PM Quantum simulation and theory for high-energy physics at CERN - Dorota Maria Grabowska (CERN)   (Koshiba hall)
5:00 PM Quantum machine learning and algorithm development - Kousuke Mitarai (Osaka University)   (Koshiba hall)
5:30 PM --- Coffee break ---
6:00 PM
Quantum-computer applications for physics - Yutaro Iiyama (University of Tokyo (JP)) (until 7:00 PM) (Koshiba hall)
6:00 PM Quantum computing applications to high-energy physics at CERN - Sofia Vallecorsa (CERN)   (Koshiba hall)
6:30 PM Quantum computing developments and future prospects at IBM - Tamiya Onodera (IBM Research, Tokyo)   (Koshiba hall)
7:00 PM Closing - Koji Terashi (University of Tokyo (JP))   (Koshiba hall)