The EQIS meetings are to focus on quantum information science and
technology, a new interdisciplinary field bridging
computer science, quantum physics, mathematics, information theory,
statistics, optics- and nano-technologies.
EQIS'04 will be the fourth conference in a series and is to concentrate
on theoretical and also experimental aspects of quantum information science.
Contributions for short communications and posters will be solicited
in the research areas related to quantum
information science, including, but not limited to:
- quantum computation, quantum algorithms,
- quantum complexity theory, quantum computing and automata models,
- quantum computer simulators, quantum information theory,
- quantum cryptography, quantum entanglement,
- additivity/nonadditivity results,
- teleportation and entanglement-assisted communication,
- quantum error correction, decoherence, quantum estimation theory,
- quantum optics, NMR and solid state technologies.
"A Perspective on Recent Developments in Quantum Algorithms"
Charles H. Bennett
"Back Communication and Forward Capacities of Quantum Channels"
"From Qubit Physics to Quantum Architectures"
"Cryptography in a Quantum World"
"A Family of Quantum Protocols"
James D. Franson
(Johns Hopkins Univ.)
"Quantum Computing Using Linear Optics and the Zeno Effect"
"Single-Electron Charge and Spin Qubit in Quantum Dots"
"Interactive Proof Systems and Quantum Computation"
(Univ. Waterloo/St. Jerome's Univ./Perimeter Inst.)
"Quantum Phase Estimation"
Michael A. Nielsen
(Univ. of Queensland)
"Optical quantum computation with cluster states"
"Thermodynamical Witnesses of Macroscopic Entanglement"
- Fumitaka Yura (ERATO, Chair)
- Kae Nemoto (NII, Vice-chair)
- Yosuke Kikuchi (ERATO)
- Michiyuki Amaike (ERATO)
- Emi Bandai (ERATO)
- Chie Matsumoto (ERATO)
- Takako Sakuragi (ERATO)
- Yukiko Nakano (NII)
Submission Deadline: June 21 (Mon)
Notification of Acceptance/Rejection: July 13 (Tue)
Submission Deadline for Final Manuscript: August 6 (Fri)
Early Registration Deadline: August 2 (Mon)
Registration Deadline : August 20 (Fri)
Each paper will be reviewed on the basis of an extended abstract describing
original research (with an optional appendix containing more details to be
read/consulted at the discretion of the Program Committee). The extended
abstract should be prepared in no more than 8 pages for an oral presentation and
no more than 4 pages for a poster. Contributions can be submitted
electronically via the submission website
If you have any problem on your submission, please contact
Accompanying person's banquet fee is 6000 yen which can be paid by cash
at the reception desk on September 1st or 2nd.
We will prepare wireless LAN access points
in the conference hall and a few laptop PCs in PC room
If you connect to the internet through wireless LAN,
please prepare an IEEE802.11b wireless network interface card by yourself.