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EMN Quantum 2019

Welcome to 5th EMN Meeting on Quantum !

August 19 to 23, 2019     Barcelona, Spain



 

About EMN Quantum 2019

To continue the success of previous meetings: the 1st EMN Meeting on Quantum (Beijing, China, April 14-17, 2015), the 2nd EMN Meeting on Quantum (Phuket, Thailand, April 8-11, 2016), the 3rd EMN Meeting on Quantum (Vienna, Austria, June 18-22, 2017) and the 4th EMN Meeting on Quantum (Dubrovnik, Croatia, May 7-11, 2018), the 5th EMN Meeting on Quantum will be held from August 19 to 23, 2019 in Barcelona, Spain.

The forthcoming 5th EMN Meeting on Quantum aims to be a unique platform for leading scientists, researchers, scholars and engineers from academia, R&D laboratories and industry around the world to exchange, share and learn the most recent advancement on various aspects related to quantum science and technology. The five-days’ meeting will feature oral and poster presentations including (but not limited to) the following topical areas:

Many-Body Quantum Theory / Quantum Computation / Quantum Communications / Quantum Cryptography / Quantum Dots/ Quantum Dynamics / Quantum Mechanics / Quantum Metrology / Quantum Information Processing / Quantum Modeling and Phase Transitions / Quantum Optics / Quantum General

Barcelona, as the second biggest city in Spain, is recognized as one of the ancient and modern civilization combined with the most perfect city. And many different attractions appeared in Barcelona involving culture, leisure, monuments, architecture, and the gastronomy. You can not only observe the world famous art Master Picasso, Gaudi, and Miro at this artists’ hall but also enjoy the sunshine, parks and football there. They are all deserved for both observations and recreational pursuits.

We are looking forward to having the pleasure welcoming you to the 5th EMN Meeting on Quantum !

Local Organizing Committee:  Prof. Andres Cantarero from Molecular Science Institute, University of Valencia, Spain



 

Workshops & Attendees

Invited

Many-Body Quantum Theory

  • Vladimir U. Nazarov, Research Center for Applied Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
    Many-body quantum dynamics by the TDDFT-based theory of the reduced density matrix

Quantum Computation

  • Marsel Arifullin, Orenburg University, Russia
    Pulse phase manipulations with high spin ions for quantum computing without magnetic fields
  • Elizabeth Behrman, Wichita State University, USA
    Quantum machine learning for universal quantum computation
  • Min-Chul Cha, Hanyang University, Korea
    Finite-entanglement scaling properties of the one-dimensional fermion Hubbard model
  • Sabre Kais, Purdue University, USA
    Quantum Information and Computation for Quantum Chemistry
  • Claire Levaillant, University of California at Santa Barbara, USA
    Quantum entanglement with Fibonacci anyons
  • Kyungsun MoonYonsei University, Korea
    Quantum Information Processing based on Microwave Circuit QED system using Triple-Leg Stripline Resonators
  • Osama(Osa) Nayfeh, Naval Information Warfare Center, USA
    To be announced

Quantum Crystallography

  • Kiyoaki TanakaNagoya Industrial Science Research Institute, Japan
    X-ray Molecular Orbital Analysis of diformohydrazide

Quantum Dots

  • Mikio EtoKeio University, Japan
    Kondo effect in quantum dot interferometer in multiterminal geometry
  • Vladimir Falko, The University of Manchester, UK
    To be confirmed
  • Louzhen Fan, Beijing Normal University, China
    Carbon quantum dots: an emerging material for optoelectronic applications
  • Diana HuffakerIntegrated Nanomaterials Laboratory, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
    To be announced
  • Fang LiWuhan Institute of Technology, China
    Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer between CdTe Quantum Dots and Organic Dye
  • Sedat Nizamoglu, Koç University, Turkey
    Quantum dot based neural interfaces
  • Rui SakanoUniversity of Tokyo, Japan
    Bell-state correlation in current through a quantum dot with three terminals

Quantum Dynamics

  • Andre Gontijo Campos, Princeton University, USA
    Analytical solutions to coherent control of the Dirac equation
  • Jongbae HongIncheon National University, Korea
    Reproducing fractional quantum Hall resistivity and energy gaps via non-equilibrium quantum dynamics
  • Yosuke KayanumaTokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
    Quantum-path interference in the electronic states excited and driven by intense laser fields
  • Valeri Stepanyuk, Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics, Germany
    Quantum dynamics and entanglement in surface-supported nanostructures

Quantum Information Processing

  • S.-R. Eric Yang, Korea University, Korea
    Similarities and differences of fractional end charges in graphene nanoribbon and polyacetylene

Quantum Mechanics

  • Moses Fayngold, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA
    Generalized rules of coherence transfer in entangled systems
  • Michael Nauenberg, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA
    The unending disputes about the measurement problem in quantum mechanics
  • Akitomo TachibanaKyoto University, Japan
    Quantum Mechanics 100 Years of Mystery Solved

Quantum Metrology

  • Sam BenzNational Institute of Standards and Technology, USA
    Quantum-based Voltage Metrology with Superconductive Electronics

Quantum General

  • Raoelina Andriambololona, Institut National des Sciences et Techniques Nucléaires (INSTN-Madagascar), France
    Linear Canonical Transformation and field theory
  • Marina Bastrakova, Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
    Tomography of Bell states of superconducting qubits by fluxon pulses
  • Oksana BorzenkovaSkolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Russia
    The experimental investigation of homodyne detector noises for measuring the quantum state of light
  • Shih-I Chu, University of Kansas, USA; National Taiwan University, Taiwan
    To be announced
  • Ignacy Cukrowski, University of Pretoria, South Africa
    General protocol leading to understanding, on a fundamental level, reaction mechanisms.
    The catalytic properties of S-proline conformers as a case study
  • Imad FaruqueUniversity of Bristol, UK
    To be announced
  • Partha Goswami, University of Delhi, India
    Surface Plasmon Wave Sensor based on Graphene-TMD van der Waals Heterostructure
  • Suranjana GhoshAmity University Patna Campus, India
    Entanglement and sensitivity beyond standard quantum limit
  • Yamato Hayashi, Tohoku University, Japan
    To be announced
  • Boris Ivlev, Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosi, Mexico
    Acoustically driven x-ray emission and matter collapse in lead
  • Alexander KholmetskiiBelarus State University, Minsk, Belarus
    Quantum phases for moving charges and dipoles and fundamental equation of quantum physics
  • Pavel KočovskýCharles University, Czech Republic
    Quantum chemistry calculation for elucidation of mechanisms of various catalytic reactions
    (both transition metals and organocatalysts) in combination with experiment
  • Sergey Korotaev, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
    Advanced macroscopic nonlocal correlations by data of the Baikal experiment
  • Jurgens de Lange, University of Pretoria, South Africa
    Molecular orbitals (MO) in interpreting bonds/interactions: A novel approach used in recovering any (also controversial) Bader’s molecular graph
  • Juqing LiuNanjing Tech University, China
    Low-Dimensional Nanostructures for Emerging Resistive Switching Memory Devices
  • Rafael Méndez, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México
    Emulation of the Quantum Tight-Binding Model with Mechanical Vibrations
  • Héctor A MuneraInternational Centre for Physics (CIF), Colombia
    Is there a lower limit to scale invariance?
  • Waldemar Nawrocki, Poznan University of Technology, Poland
    Quantum Measurements of Geometrical Dimensions of Nanostructures
  • Lidia ObojskaSiedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, Poland
    Collective aggregates, complex quaternions and quantum entanglement
  • Mike OsofskyNaval Research Laboratory, USA
    Application of metamaterial nano-engineering for increasing the superconducting critical temperature
  • S. PozdneevP.N.Lebedev Physical Institute, Russia
    Efimov physics snd few-body approximation in nuclear, atomic and molecular physics
  • Yehuda RothOranim Academic College, Israel
    Implementing Quantum Mechanics Concepts in Classical Mechanics
  • Utpal RoyIndian Institute of Technology Patna, India
    An Efficient Production of Quantum Superposition Structures in Bose-Einstein Condensate
  • Konstantin SimovskiAalto University, Finland
    Non-radiative Rabi oscillations in metal-enhanced fluorescence and an equivalent scheme of a spaser
  • Ingo Steinbach, Ruhr-University Bochum, ICAMS, Germany
    de Broglie Bohm double solution program reloaded: Doublon network in 1+1+2 dimensions
  • Satoshi Tanaka, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
    To be announced
  • Niels Tas, University of Twente, The Netherlands
    Wafer scale fabrication of laterally confined and strongly curved tunneling junctions
  • A. Tavkhelidze, Ilia State University, Georgia
    The Mechanizm of G-doping Based p-p(v) Junction Formation
  • Hailin XiaoGuilin University of Electronic Technology, China
    Relay-Assisted Scheme for Quantum Key Distribution System over Long Atmospheric Channels
  • Ang-Yang YuState Key Lab Molecular & Reaction Dynamics, Beijing, China
    Hyperspherical coordinate-Phase space optimization (HC-PSO) method and its application in resonance of O(1D)HBr
  • Ping ZhouGuangxi University for Nationalities, China
    Parallel remote state preparation and quantum remote control

Poster

  • Marzieh SadrzadehSharif University of Technology, Iran
    Quantum phase diagram of the two-dimensional transverse-field Ising model: Unconstrained tree tensor network and mapping analysis
  • Amin Taherkhani, Shahid Beheshti University, Iran
    Resource Estimation of Mid-scale Distributed Quantum Applications


 

Meeting Venue & Accommodation

Hotel Campus
Edifici Blanc – Campus UAB
Bellaterra, Cerdanyola, Barcelona 08193
Phone: +34935808353
Web: https://www.hotelcampusuab.com/

The conference will be held at Hotel Campus, which will serve as the main accommodation venue for the attendees.  We have blocked off some rooms with discount rate for the EMN attendees during the meeting dates. Please fill the Reservation Form as below to book and confirm your stays.

Daily Room Rate: 

  • From Aug 19th to 21th(NIGHTS 19-20-21)
    Single use room 106,00€/night
    Double/twin(2 people 1 Participant + 1 Partner) use room is 116,00€/night
    Double/twin(2 people Participants meeting) use room is 160,00€/night

Participant: The above-mentioned rates are valid per room per night, including Buffet Breakfast, Conference room, Morning coffee break, Lunch, Afternoon coffee break.
Partner: including Bed& breakfast
The above-mentioned rates include IVA taxes. Tourist tax not included.

  • From Aug 22th or Previous days
    Single use room 79,00€/night
    Double/twin use room is 88,00€/night

* Breakfast & IVA taxes included. Tourist tax not included.

Reservations:

Please fill the Reservation form-Barcelona of the hotel to book and confirm your stays with this discount rate. Please send this form DIRECTLY to the Hotel Campus by Email or Fax to EVA LLORENTE reservas@hotelexecampus.com, and CC to Conference Assistant

How to arrive the conference hotel from airport:

1, Taxi: around 35 mins to get here. About 50 euros.
2, Bus & Train: Aeroport – “Terminal C” A2 Pl. Catalunya – Fontanella, 40mins, 4 stops; S2 Catalunya-Bellaterra, 34mins, 16 stops



 

General Information

Abstract Submission

The conference organizing committee sincerely welcome you to contribute a more exciting meeting either by oral presentation or as a poster. The abstract template is available here:  EMN_abstract_template

Email notification of contributed presentation acceptance is to be provided two months before the meeting. Please directly submit your abstract as an email attachment with Microsoft Word file to emnquantum2017@outlook.com

Conference Schedule

  • On Site Registration Starts: 14:00 PM, August 19, 2019
  • Scientific Program: August 20/21/22, 2019
  • One-Day Excursion: Nature, Culture, and Collaboration: August 23, 2019

Registration

All participants including conference chairs and invited speakers need to register, please pay registration fees according to the following schedule: (registration fee will not cover flights or accommodation)

Registration
Dates
Fees
Regular (Invited/Oral)
June 1-July 1, 2019
US$748
Regular (Poster)
June 1-July 1, 2019
US$548
Late (Invited/Oral)
July 1-15, 2019
US$798
Late (Poster)
July 1-15, 2019
US$598
Without Presentation
Before August 1, 2019
US$468
Accompany Person
(without Scientific Program)
Before August 10, 2019
US$398
On-Site (Cash Only)
    August 19-23, 2019
US$898

Please Note:

  • The registration fees are refundable less a ten percent (10%) processing charge if notice of cancellation is received 30 days before the meeting;
  • The registration fees are refundable less a twenty percent (20%) processing charge if notice of cancellation is received 15 days before the meeting;
  • Registration fees cannot be refunded if notice of cancellation is received within 15 days before the meeting;
  • On-site registration payments are acceptable in Cash Only.

Attention: All lunch, Dinner, social events tickets are non-transferable and non-transferable and non-changeable. There are separated charges for each activity if you bring any additional member.



 

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