The AQIS’17 conference focused on quantum information science, an interdisciplinary field bridging quantum physics, computer science, mathematics, and information technology.
AQIS’17 is the 17th conference in a series that includes EQIS’01-EQIS’05 and AQIS’06-AQIS’16. AQIS’17 consist of invited talks, selected oral and poster presentations, tutorials. Contributions were solicited in (but not limited to) the following areas:
- Quantum computation, algorithms and complexity
- Quantum information theory
- Techniques for suppressing decoherence
- Quantum cryptography
- Quantum communications experiments and theory
- Implementations of quantum information processing
- Quantum processor and computer design
- Peter Høyer (Calgary)
- Charles Bennett (IBM, USA)
- Shalev Ben-David (University of Maryland, USA)
- Masahito Hayashi (Nagoya, Japan & NUS, Singapore)
- Zhengfeng Ji (UTS, Sydney, Australia)
- Mio Murao (Tokyo, Japan)
- Stefano Pironio (Brussels, Belgium)
- William Slofstra (Waterloo, Canada)
- Jian-Qiang You (CSRC, Beijing)
- Henry Yuen (Berkeley, USA)
Now that the AQIS 2017 is over, you can visit the Post Conference tab for group picture, student poster awards and slides updates.
AQIS 2018 will be in Nagoya, Japan from 8-12 September. See you there!