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Inauguration of the Transdisciplinary PhD program in Quantum Sciences and Technologies – July 10

Inauguration of the Transdisciplinary PhD program in Quantum Sciences and Technologies 📅 July 10 ,2019 – h 10.00 📍 Room A207 – Polo Ferrari 1 Programma 10.00: Presentation of the TPQST Transdisciplinary Program in Quantum Sciences and Technologies Lorenzo Pavesi, Iacopo Carusotto, Gianluigi Casse, Francesco Pederiva 10.30: Demonstration of the Quantum Random Number generator realized

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Entanglement Suppression and Emergent Symmetries of Strong Interactions – July 5, 2019

Entanglement Suppression and Emergent Symmetries of Strong Interactions 👤 prof. MARTIN J. SAVAGE (Institute for Nuclear Theory, University of Washington, Seattle, USA) 📅 July 5, 2019 – h 14.30 📍 Room A107 – Polo Ferrari 1 Abstract: Recently, Silas Beane, David Kaplan, Natalie Klco and I considered the entanglement power of the S-matrix describing low-energy

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Ab initio Many-Body Perturbation Theory in Condensed Matter: from “conventional” numerical approaches to Machine Learning – June 21

Ab initio Many-Body Perturbation Theory in Condensed Matter: from “conventional” numerical approaches to Machine Learning 👤 dr . PAOLO E. TREVISANUTTO (European Center for Theoretical Studies in Nuclear Physics and Related Areas (ECT*-FBK), Trento Institute for Fundamental Physics and Applications (TIFPA-INFN), Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK)) 📅 June 21 ,2019 – h 14.30 📍 Room A107

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Call for Q@TN projects, 2019

Q@TN is looking for outstanding research projects in different areas of quantum science and technologies to be financially supported. Q@TN funding can be used for either a 3-year PhD fellowships or a 3-year temporary researcher. Each project must be proposed by at least one member of the Q@TN teams and must involve at least two

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Quantum photonics for secure data processing and other applications – March 14, 2019

Quantum photonics for secure data processing and other applications 👤 PHILIP WALTHER (University of Vienna) 📅 March 14, 2019 – h 15.00 📍 Room A108 – Polo Ferrari 1 Abstract: The precise quantum control of single photons, together with the intrinsic advantage of being mobile make optical quantum system ideally suited for delegated quantum information

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Nanoscale quantum optics: opportunities for quantum science and technology – March 1, 2019

Nanoscale quantum optics: opportunities for quantum science and technology 👤 prof. MARIO AGIO (Laboratory of Nano-Optics and Research Center for Micro and Nanochemistry and Engineering (Cμ), University of Siegen, Germany) 📅 March 1, 2019 – h 10.30 📍 Sala Stringa – Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Via Sommarive 18 Abstract: Nanoscale quantum optics explores quantum phenomena in

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