(All at 23:59 Anywhere-on-Earth (AoE) in 2016)
- Submission deadline: June 8, 2016
- Notification of acceptance: July 7, 2016
- Final manuscript deadline: July 22, 2016
- Early registration deadline: July 30, 2016
Final manuscript templates: click here
The scientific program will consist of invited talks, tutorials, contributed long talks, contributed short talks and poster sessions. By default, each submission will be considered for a long talk, a short talk, or a poster, in this order of preference. The submissions page allows authors to express their preference for talk or poster. There will also be a best student poster award.
Each submission will be reviewed by the programme committee on the basis of an extended abstract describing the original research. The extended abstract should clearly explain within 2-3 pages the contribution and its significance.
ALL SUBMISSIONS MUST FOLLOW THE GUIDELINES SPECIFIED BELOW.
The submission to AQIS should consist of a 2 to 3 page extended abstract, containing a non-technical, clear and insightful description of the results and main ideas, their impact, and their importance to quantum information and computation. In addition, the extended abstract should refer to a technical version of the work, either posted to an online repository, such as arXiv.org, or uploaded as an appendix after the extended abstract. In all cases, the total submission must be uploaded as a single file.
The extended abstract should not be just a compressed version of the technical exposition of the paper, but instead should help the program committee assess its importance. The technical version will be considered only at the discretion of the program committee. The space limit of 2 to 3 pages concerns a text written in an at least 11-point font (preferably 12 point) convenient enough for the PC members to read. References can use additional pages.
Submissions deviating significantly from these guidelines may be rejected without consideration of their merits.
Contributions must be submitted electronically via the submission website. AQIS’16 uses the EasyChair System to manage paper submissions. To submit your paper, you will first need to sign in to the EasyChair System, and then upload your single submission file in required field “Paper”.
Best Student Poster Award
AQIS’16 will incorporate a student poster award. A submission is eligible only if the main author(s) is/are student(s), and at least 60% of the work has been done by the student(s), including a majority of the key ideas. Eligibility should be indicated at the time of submission by checking the ‘eligible for student poster award’ box on the EasyChair submission page. The PC chair reserves the right to ask for any clarifications regarding the student(s) contributions at any time. Eligible posters will be assessed by a committee during the poster sessions of the conference.
Chung-Yun Hsieh, Yeong-Cherng Liang and Ray-Kuang Lee
Steering fraction and its application to the superactivation of Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen steering
Pei-Sheng Lin, Denis Rosset and Yeong-Cherng Liang
Bridging the theory and experiment for device-independent quantum information
Hayata Yamasaki, Akihito Soeda and Mio Murao
Graph-Associated Entanglement Cost of Multipartite State in Exact and Finite-Block-Length Approximate Construction