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2016/08/28 (Sun) Tutorial x4
Reception  @Front Page (Google Map)
2016/08/29 (Mon) am
invited, long x3
parallel 6+5, poster session
2016/08/30 (Tue) am
invited, long x3, (Group photo, Steering Committee meeting)
parallel 2×5, poster session
2016/08/31 (Wed) am
invited x2
excursion, banquet
2016/09/01 (Thu) am
invited, long x3
invited, parallel 2×6
2016/09/02 (Fri)
am invited, long x3, closing

7 invited, 12 long, 33 parallel (45 contributed)

Sessions of the tutorials, invited talks, and long talks will be held at the International Conference Hall (3F).
Sessions of the short talks will be held at the 1st Conference Room (SESSION A) and 2nd Conference Room (SESSION B) at H.S.S. Building.
Lunch will be provided at the Recreation Hall (交誼廳 ).



Proceedings of AQIS2016 (extended abstracts) are available for downloading:


828 (Sunday) Tutorial

0829 (Monday) Day 1 (Talk+Poster)
0829 (Monday) Day 1 (Talk Only)
0829 (Monday) Day 1 (Poster Only)

0830 (Tuesday) Day 2 (Talk +Poster)
0830 (Tuesday) Day 2 (Talk Only)
0830 (Tuesday) Day 2 (Poster Only)

0831 (Wednesday) Day 3

0901 (Thursday) Day 4

0902 (Friday) Day 5



SUNDAY (Aug 28)

9:00-10:30 [Tutorial]  Francesco Buscemi. The Theory of Statistical Comparison with Applications in Quantum Information Science [Slides]
10:30-10:50 Coffee break
10:50-12:20 [Tutorial] Tzu-Chieh Wei. Introduction to measurement-based quantum computation [Slides]
12:20-1:40  Lunch, with lunch box provided
1:40-3:10 [Tutorial]  Nathan Langford. Engineering the quantum: probing atoms with light and light with atoms in a transmon circuit QED system [Slides]
3:10-3:30 Coffee break
3:30-5:00 [Tutorial]  Valerio Scarani. The device-independent outlook on quantum physics [Slides]
5:00-5:30 Free Time
5:30-8:00 Reception (with drinks and snacks) @Front Page 中研院長虹西餐廳 (Google Map)

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MONDAY (Aug 29)

8:40-9:00 Opening remarks
9:00-10:00 [Invited] Antonio D. Córcoles. Superconducting qubit systems: recent experimental progress towards fault-tolerant quantum computing at IBM
10:00-10:30 Break
10:30-11:00 [Long] Toshiki Kobayashi, Rikizo Ikuta, Shuto Yasui, Shigehito Miki, Taro Yamashita, Hirotaka Terai, Takashi Yamamoto, Masato Koashi and Nobuyuki Imoto. Observation of frequency-domain Hong-Ou-Mandel interference [Slides]
11:00-11:30 [Long] Peng Xue. Realization of the contextuality-nonlocality tradeoff with a qubit-qutrit photon pair [Slides]
11:30-12:00 [Long] Sabine Wollmann, Raj Patel, Nathan Walk, Michael Hall, Howard Wiseman and Geoff Pryde. One-way and reference-frame independent EPR-steering [Slides]
12:00-2:00 Lunch
2:00-4:00 [Short]

SESSION A: (1st Conference Room)

  1. [2:00-2:20] Eric Chitambar and Gilad Gour. Are Incoherent Operations Physically Consistent? — A Physical Appraisal of Incoherent Operations and an Overview of Coherence Measures [Slides]
  2. [2:20-2:40] Eric Chitambar and Min-Hsiu Hsieh. Relating the Resource Theories of Entanglement and Quantum Coherence [Slides]
  3. [2:40-3:00] Daiki Asakura. An infinite dimensional Birkhoff’s Theorem and LOCC-convertibility [Slides]
  4. [3:00-3:20] Anurag Anshu, Itai Arad and Aditya Jain. How local is the information in MPS/PEPS tensor networks? [Slides]
  5. [3:20-3:40] Kohtaro Kato, Fabian Furrer and Mio Murao. Information-theoretical analysis of topological entanglement entropy and multipartite correlations [Slides]
  6. [3:40-4:00] Paweł Mazurek, Michał Horodecki, Łukasz Czekaj and Paweł Horodecki. Phase-like transitions in low-number quantum dots Bayesian magnetometry [Slides]

SESSION B: (2nd Conference Room)

  1. [2:00-2:20] Xin Wang and Runyao Duan. Separation between quantum Lovász number and entanglement-assisted zero-error classical capacity [Slides]
  2. [2:20-2:40] Debbie Leung and Nengkun Yu. Maximum privacy without coherence, zero-error [Slides]
  3. [2:40-3:00] Masahiro Takeoka, Kaushik Seshadreesan and Mark Wilde. Unconstrained distillation capacities of a pure-loss bosonic broadcast channel [Slides]
  4. [3:00-3:20] Edgar Aguilar, Mate Farkas and Marcin Pawlowski. Dimension Witnesses Beyond Non-Classicality Tests [Slides]
4:00-4:30 Break
4:30-6:30 Poster session

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TUESDAY (Aug 30)

9:00-10:00 [Invited] Andris Ambainis. The largest possible gaps between quantum and classical algorithms [Slides]
10:00-10:30 Break
10:30-11:00 [Long] Ryan Babbush, Dominic Berry, Ian Kivlichan, Annie Wei, Dean Southwood, Peter Love and Alan Aspuru-Guzik. Higher-Efficiency Quantum Algorithms for Simulation of Chemistry [Slides]
11:00-11:30 [Long] Richard Cleve, Li Liu and William Slofstra. Perfect commuting-operator strategies for linear system games [Slides]
11:30-12:00 [Long] Eyuri Wakakuwa, Akihito Soeda and Mio Murao. A Four-Round LOCC Protocol Outperforms All Two-Round Protocols in Reducing the Entanglement Cost for A Distributed Quantum Information Processing
12:00-2:20 <Group photo> Lunch, Steering committee meeting
2:20-4:00 [Short]

SESSION A: (1st Conference Room)

  1. [2:20-2:40] Iman Marvian and Seth Lloyd. Universal Quantum Emulator
  2. [2:40-3:00] Sergio Boixo, Sergei Isakov, Vadim Smelyanskiy, Ryan Babbush, Nan Ding, Zhang Jiang, John Martinis and Hartmut Neven. Characterizing Supremacy in Near Term Quantum Devices [Slides]
  3. [3:00-3:20] Alex Bocharov, Shawn Cui, Martin Roetteler and Krysta Svore. Factoring with Qutrits: A comparison of two ternary architectures [Slides]
  4. [3:20-3:40] Bill Fefferman, Hirotada Kobayashi, Cedric Yen-Yu Lin, Tomoyuki Morimae and Harumichi Nishimura. Space-Efficient Error Reduction for Unitary Quantum Computations [Slides]
  5. [3:40-4:00] Tzu-Chieh Wei and John C. Liang. Hamiltonian quantum computer in one dimension [Slides]

SESSION B: (2nd Conference Room)

  1. [2:20-2:40] Jean-Daniel Bancal, Roman Schmied, Baptiste Allard, Matteo Fadel, Valerio Scarani, Philipp Treutlein and Nicolas Sangouard. Bell Correlations in Many-Body Systems [Slides]
  2. [2:40-3:00] Xiao Yuan, Quanxin Mei, Shan Zhou and Xiongfeng Ma. Reliable and robust entanglement witness [Slides]
  3. [3:00-3:20] Nengkun Yu. Separability of Bosonic States [Slides]
  4. [3:20-3:40] Bartosz Regula and Gerardo Adesso. A geometric approach to entanglement quantification with polynomial measures [Slides]
  5. [3:40-4:00] Xin Wang and Runyao Duan. An Improved Semidefinite Programming Upper Bound on Distillable Entanglement and Nonadditivity of Rains’ Bound [Slides]
4:00-4:30 Break
4:30-6:30 Poster session

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9:30-10:30 [Invited] Yaoyun Shi. Trustworthy Quantum Information: Highlights and Challenges [Slides]
10:30-11:00 Break
11:00-12:00 [Invited] Beni Yoshida. Quantum error-correction in black holes [Slides]
12:00-1:00 Lunch
1:00~ Excursion (shuttle bus)
18:00-20:00  Banquet@Silks Palace (Google map)

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9:00-10:00 [Invited] Andrew Dzurak. Spin-based quantum computing in a silicon CMOS-compatible platform
10:00-10:30 Break
[Long]  Matej Pivoluska, Marcin Pawlowski and Martin Plesch. Experimentally Secure Relativistic Bit Commitment [Slides]
11:00-11:30  [Long] Akio Tajima, Takashi Kondoh, Takao Ochi, Mikio Fujiwara, Ken-Ichiro Yoshino, Hiromi Iizuka, Toshio Sakamoto, Akihisa Tomita, Ei Shimamura, Shione Asami and Masahide Sasaki. Quantum Key Distribution Network for Multiple Applications [Slides]
12:00-2:00  Lunch
2:00-3:00 [Invited] Osamu Hirota. New technologies by fusion of macroscopic quantum physics and classical information science
3:00-3:30  Break
3:30-5:30 [Short]

SESSION A: (1st Conference Room)

  1. [3:30-3:50] Ching-Yi Lai, Yicong Zheng and Todd Brun. Quantum Calderbank-Shor-Steane Stabilizer State Preparation by Classical Error-Correcting Codes [Slides]
  2. [3:50-4:10] Marios H. Michael, Matti Silveri, R. T. Brierley, Victor V. Albert, Juha Salmilehto, Liang Jiang and S. M. Girvin. New quantum error-correcting codes for a bosonic mode [Slides]
  3. [4:10-4:30] Markus Grassl. Entanglement-Assisted Quantum Communication Beating the Quantum Singleton Bound [Slides]
  4. [4:30-4:50] Hendrik Poulsen Nautrup and Tzu-Chieh Wei. Symmetry-protected topologically ordered states for universal quantum computation [Slides]
  5. [4:50-5:10] Hoi-Kwan Lau and Martin Plenio. Universal Quantum Computing with Arbitrary Continuous-Variable Encoding [Slides]
  6. [5:10-5:30] Alessandro Ferraro, Oussama Houhou, Darren Moore, Mauro Paternostro and Tommaso Tufarelli. Measurement-based quantum computation with mechanical oscillators [Slides]

SESSION B: (2nd Conference Room)

  1. [3:30-3:50] Yinan Li, Xin Wang, Youming Qiao and Runyao Duan. Tripartite-to-bipartite entanglement transformation by stochastic local operations and classical communication and the classification of matrix spaces [Slides]
  2. [3:50-4:10] Francesco Buscemi, Siddhartha Das and Mark Wilde. Information gain and disturbance in quantum measurements revisited [Slides]
  3. [4:10-4:30] Jarek Korbicz. Information Broadcasting During Decoherence [Slides]
  4. [4:30-4:50] Hao-Chung Cheng, Min-Hsiu Hsieh and Marco Tomamichel. Characterizing the long-term behavior of a quantum ensemble [Slides]
  5. [4:50-5:10] Fumio Hiai and Milan Mosonyi. Strict inequalities for quantum f-divergences and Renyi divergences [Slides]
  6. [5:10-5:30] Hao-Chung Cheng and Min-Hsiu Hsieh. On the Concavity of Auxiliary Function in Classical-Quantum Channels [Slides]

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FRIDAY (Sep 2)

9:00-10:00 [Invited] Barbara Terhal. Encoding a Qubit into an Oscillator using Phase Estimation [Slides]
10:00-10:30 Break
10:30-11:00 [Long] Guillaume Dauphinais and David Poulin. Fault Tolerant Quantum Memory for non-Abelian Anyons [Slides]
11:00-11:30 [Long] Gerardo Paz Silva, Leigh Norris and Lorenza Viola. Quantum Noise Spectroscopy [Slides]
11:30-12:00 [Long] Yoshifumi Nakata, Christoph Hirche, Ciara Morgan and Andreas Winter. Decoupling with Random Diagonal-Unitaries [Slides]
12:00-12:30 Closing remarks

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