Post Conference (Slides and Photos)

Presentation slides

The following slides were shared by the presenters with the permission to make them available through this website. The files are available on this page. (The list below is order randomly.)

  • Varun Narasimhachar, Jayne Thompson, Jiajun Ma, Gilad Gour and Mile Gu: Quantifying memory capacity as a quantum thermodynamic resource
  • √Āngela Capel, Angelo Lucia and David Perez-Garcia: Quasi-factorization of the relative entropy
  • Kenneth Goodenough, Filip Rozpedek, Raja Yehia, Maximilian Ruf, Peter Humphreys, Ronald Hanson, Stephanie Wehner and David Elkouss: Near-term repeater experiments with NV centers: overcoming the limitations of direct transmission
  • Sevag Gharibian, Stephen Piddock and Justin Yirka: Oracle complexity classes and local measurements on physical Hamiltonians
  • Sevag Gharibian, Jamie Sikora, Miklos Santha, Aarthi Sundaram and Justin Yirka: Quantum generalizations of the polynomial hierarchy with applications to QMA(2)
  • Mathieu Bozzio, Adeline Orieux, Luis Trigo Vidarte, Isabelle Zaquine, Iordanis Kerenidis and Eleni Diamanti: Implementation of Practical Unforgeable Quantum Money
  • Yuki Takeuchi and Tomoyuki Morimae: Verification of many-qubit states
  • Juan Bermejo-Vega, Dominik Hangleiter, Martin Schwarz, Robert Raussendorf and Jens Eisert: Architectures for quantum simulation showing a quantum speedup
  • Kosuke Fukui, Akihisa Tomita, Atshushi Okamoto and Keisuke Fujii: High-Threshold Fault-Tolerant Quantum Computation with Analog Quantum Error Correction
  • You Zhou, Qi Zhao, Xiao Yuan and Xiongfeng Ma: Polynomial measure of coherence
  • Ryan Babbush, Craig Gidney, Dominic Berry, Nathan Wiebe, Jarrod McClean, Alexandru Paler, Austin Fowler and Hartmut Nevan: Encoding Electronic Spectra in Quantum Circuits with Linear T Complexity
  • Marco Aldi, Niel De Beaudrap, Sevag Gharibian and Seyran Saeedi: On efficiently solvable cases of Quantum k-SAT
  • Kohtaro Kato and Fernando Brandao: Thermality of Quantum Approximate Markov Chains and Locality of Entanglement Spectrum
  • He Lu, Qi Zhao, Zheng-Da Li, Xu-Fei Yin, Xiao Yuan, Jui-Chen Hung, Luo-Kan Chen, Li Li, Nai-Le Liu, Cheng-Zhi Peng, Yeong-Cherng Liang, Xiongfeng Ma, Yu-Ao Chen and Jian-Wei Pan: Entanglement structure: entanglement partitioning in multipartite systems and its experimental detection using optimizable witnesses
  • Christopher Chubb, Marco Tomamichel and Kamil Korzekwa: Beyond the thermodynamic limit: finite-size corrections to state interconversion rates
  • Jin-Shi Xu: Experimental investigation of contextuality correlations with a solid-state single photon source
    Tyson Jones, Suguru Endo, Sam McArdle, Xiao Yuan and Simon Benjamin: Discovering spectra with variational imaginary time evolution
  • Jayne Thompson, Andrew Garner, John Mahoney, James Crutchfield, Vlatko Vedral and Mile Gu: Causal Asymmetry in a Quantum World
  • Anna Pappa, Frederik Hahn and Jens Eisert: Quantum network routing and local complementation
  • Ge Bai and Giulio Chiribella: Test one to test many: a unified approach to quantum benchmarks
  • Paul Boes, Henrik Wilming, Rodrigo Gallego and Jens Eisert: Catalytic Quantum Randomness
  • Francois Le Gall, Tomoyuki Morimae, Harumichi Nishimura and Yuki Takeuchi: Interactive Proofs with Polynomial-Time Quantum Prover for Computing the Order of Solvable Groups
  • Ryuji Takagi and Quntao Zhuang: Convex resource theory of non-Gaussianity
  • Edgar A Aguilar, Jakub Borkala, Piotr Mironowicz and Marcin Pawlowski: Connections Between Mutually Unbiased Bases and Quantum Random Access Codes
  • Yanbao Zhang, Emanuel Knill and Honghao Fu: Quantum Probability Estimation for Randomness with Quantum Side Information

Conference Photos

Some photos are available on this Google Photo album: https://photos.app.goo.gl/rjocsCnmtdv6972R6