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Dear Quantiki fans! After several months of hard work, out team is proud to present the new version of the site. There are still some places for improvement so let us know if you have any problems.
http://quantiki.org/content/new-look
You may have noticed that Quantiki has a new look! We've rebuilt the site from scratch over the past few months and while we hope to minimise any hiccups with the transition, there will likely be a few on the way. If you have any queries or bug reports here would be a great place to post them!
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The main aim of this project is to explore novel emergent phenomena in far from equilibrium quantum systems with a particular focus on light-matter systems such as microcavity polaritons, circuit and cavity QED systems.
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Research Associate in Quantum Coherance in Non-equilibrium Light Matter Systems University College London -UCL Physics and Astronomy. Full Time : The appointment will be on UCL Grade 7. The salary range will be £32699 - £39523 per annum, inclusive of London Allowance.
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The First Workshop on Parallel Quantum Computing (ParQ 2013) will be held in conjunction with the 22nd International Conference on Parallel Architectures and Compiler Techniques (PACT 2013) in Edinburgh, United Kingdom on 8th of September 2013. Quantum computing offers efficient solutions to ...
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Overview. This workshop will bring together the diverse communities that will need to co-operate to standardize and deploy the next-generation cryptographic infrastructure, in particular, one that wil...
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Research Fellow in Quantum Information and Simulation with Rydberg Ions. University of Nottingham - School of Physics & Astronomy. £27854 - £36298 per annum, depending on skills and experience. Sa...
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The 2013 edition of the Summer School on Quantum Information, Computing and Control - QuICC - will take place at Imperial College London, run by students in the Centre for Doctoral Training in Control...
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This is the fourth of a series of conferences which were organized previously in Valencia, Okazaki and Pisa. In the next conference in Durban emphasis will be given to the properties of quantum walks also in relations to quantum simulations.
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This is the fourth of a series of conferences which were organized previously in Valencia, Okazaki and Pisa. In the next conference in Durban emphasis will be given to the properties of quantum walks also in relations to quantum simulations.
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What better way to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Bell’s Theorem than with a conference? With Quantum [Un]Speakables II: 50 Years of Bell's Theorem we celebrate John Bell, his theorem and its consequences by focusing on the basics and fundamental questions. The conference will take place at the University of Vienna from June 19 to 22, 2014.
https://bellconference2014.univie.ac.at/about/
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The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS), in collaboration with Chalmers University, Gothenburg (Sweden), is organising a summer school on "Quantum Integrable Systems and Quantum Information T...
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AIM AND SCOPE. Quantum computation and quantum information is a rather new rapidly developing interdisciplinary field. Theoretical and practical research in this field is based on quantum physics, com...
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Lecturer in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics. University of Nottingham -School of Physics & Astronomy. £33230 - £44607 per annum depending on skills and experience. Salary progression beyond t...
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This is our "Nobel Prize" lecture.  Dietrich is a long time colleague of David Wineland at NIST and will tell us about the latest research from the Ion Storage Group.

As usual, we will reserve seats in the hangout itself for people who are going to view the hangout as a group.  To reserve a seat leave a comment below.  Everyone else can watch the talk live on the livestream.  To join the hangout or watch the livestream go to http://gplus.to/qplus at the appointed hour.

Title: Towards scalable quantum information processing and quantum simulation
with trapped ions

Abstract:
Quantum information processing (QIP) and Quantum Simulation (QS) can potentially provide an exponential speedup for certain problems over the corresponding (known) algorithms on conventional computers. QIP makes use of the counter-intuitive properties of quantum mechanics, like entanglement and the superposition principle (being in more states than one simultaneously). On the way towards a useful QIP device these properties, mostly subject of thought experiments so far, will have to become a practical reality. I will discuss experiments towards Quantum Information Processing (QIP) and Quantum Simulation (QS) with trapped ions. Most requirements for QIP and QS have been demonstrated in this system, with two big challenges remaining: Improving operation fidelity and scaling up to larger numbers of qubits.

The architecture pursued at the Ion Storage Group at NIST is based on quantum information stored in long lived internal (hyperfine) states of the ions. We investigate the use of laser beams and microwave fields to induce both single-qubit rotations and multi-qubit gates mediated by the Coulomb interaction between ions. Moving ions through a multi-zone trap architecture allows for keeping the number of ions per zone small, while sympathetic cooling with a second ion species can remove energy and entropy from the system.

After a brief introduction to these elements, I will present the current status of experiments and some future perspectives for QIP and QS.

This work has been supported by IARPA, DARPA, ARO, ONR, and the NIST Quantum Information Program.
Q+ Hangout: Dietrich Leibfried (NIST)
Tue, April 23, 2013, 12:00 PM

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