The 45th Quantum Information Technology Symposium (QIT45)
Scope of the Symposium: This symposium is on quantum information science, which is a new interdisciplinary area of information science and quantum mechanics.
Presentations can be given in English as well as in Japanese.
■Date： November 30th – December 1st, 2021
■Venue: Online (Zoom)
■Maximum number of participants: 300
■ Early registration fee (online banquet and electronic proceedings included): 2,000 yen (Student: 1,000 yen)
Payment should be made by bank transfer by November 19th (Fri.), 2021.
Payment after the above due date can be accepted up to and including on November 26th (Fri.), 2021, at the increased rate below. Registration and payment are not possible after this date.
Registration fee (online banquet and electronic proceedings included): 3,000 yen (Student: 2,000 yen)
■Invited Talks: TBA
■Topics (Submissions may be refereed according to the number of applications.)■
quantum computation models
quantum complexity theory
quantum programming language
geometric quantum computing
quantum computing devices
optical quantum computing
solid state quantum computing
NMR quantum computing
cold atom/ion quantum computing
completely positive maps
quantum error correction
quantum coding theory
fault-tolerant quantum computing
single photon generation
photon state control
condensed matter physics
relativistic quantum information theory
■Student Presentation Award: Open for application to students. See here for details (Sorry it’s in Japanese).
Oct. 22nd (Fri.), 2021 for Oral presentation
Nov. 12th (Fri.), 2021 for Poster presentation
Nov. 12th (Fri.), 2021 for PDF manuscript submission
Nov. 19th (Fri.), 2021 for Web registration
Nov. 19th (Fri.), 2021 for Bank transfer
■For further information, please contact ORGANIZING COMMITTEE (E-mail: qit45committee(-AT-)qi.mp.es.osaka-u.ac.jp)[Please replace (-AT-) with @.]
■Chair: Takashi Yamamoto (Osaka Univ.)
■Co-chair: Rikizo Ikuta (Osaka Univ.)
Toshiki Kobayashi (Osaka Univ.)
Makoto Yamashita (Osaka Univ.)
Sponsored by Quantum Information Technology Committee (The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers)
Chairman: Masato Koashi (Univ. of Tokyo)
Cosponsored by Quantum Electronics Professional Group, the Japan Society of Applied Physics; Institute for Advanced Science.
See here for details