Guests


*alphabetical order


Dr. Mauro Cirio

RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science

Title : Ground State Electroluminescence
Date/Time : Thu., 21st January 2016 15:30-16:30
Abstract

Dr. Michael Trupke

University of Vienna

Title : Scaled Control of Solid-State Qubit Arrays
Date/Time : 9th May 2017, 16:00-17:30
Abstract

Dr. Mateus Araujo

University of Cologne

Title : A purification postulate for quantum mechanics with indefinite causal order
Date/Time : 4:00pm, Tuesday 7th November
Abstract

Prof. David Avis

Computer Science, McGill University, Canada

Title : A few million more Bell inequalities
Date/Time : 23 March 2005
Abstract

Dr. Koji Azuma

The University of Tokyo, Japan

Title : Quantum cloning with nonlocal assistance: Complement of Jozsa's stronger no-cloning theorem
Date/Time : 8th June 2006
Abstract

Prof. V. P. Belavkin

Title : On entangled quantum entropies, conditional information and capacity
Date/Time : 13 April 2007 / 14:00-
Abstract

Dr. Mario Berta

Caltech

Title : Identifying the Information Gain of a Quantum Measurement
Date/Time : Mon, 10th March 2014 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Dr. Robin Blume-Kohout

Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA

Title : Creative uses of likelihood for quantum statistical inference
Date/Time : 17 November 2010 / 15:00-15:30
Abstract

Dr. Warwick Bowen

the University of Queensland

Title : Cooling and Control of a Cavity Optoelectromechanical System
Date/Time : 30 June 2010 / 15:00-
Abstract

Prof. Samuel L. Braunstein

York University, UK

Title : Quantum information with continuous variables
Date/Time : 24 April 2006
Abstract
Title : State estimation on a circle
Date/Time : 19th November 2004
Abstract

Dr. Iulia Buluta

Riken, Japan

Title : Planar Coulomb crystals for Quantum Simulation
Date/Time : Wednesday, 8th October 2008 / 15:00-
Abstract

Dr.Daniel Burgarth

Imperial College, London

Title : Scalable quantum computation via local control of only two qubits
Date/Time : 11th November 2009 / 15:00 -
Abstract

Francesco Buscemi

ERATO-SORST

Title : Information flow in decoherence process
Date/Time : 13th July 2006
Abstract

Prof. Francesco Buscemi

Nagoya University

Title : The Quantum Blackwell Theorem and Its Consequences
Date/Time : Mon. 26th May 2014 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Prof. Vladimír Bužek

Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava

Title : On the origin of statistical temperature in quantum Universe
Date/Time : Thu, 6th March 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Dr. Tim Byrnes

National Institute of Informatics, Japan

Title : Quantum information using two component Bose-Einstein condensate
Date/Time : Mon.08th July 2013 15:00-16:00
Abstract
Title : Simulating Lattice Gauge Theory on a Quantum Computer
Date/Time : 13th January 2005
Abstract

Dr. Stefan Bäuml

NTT Communication Science Laboratories

Title : Witnessing entanglement by proxy
Date/Time : Thu., 24th March 2016 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Prof. Subhash Chaturvedi

the University of Hyderabad, India

Title : Aspects of quantum nets on phase spaces based on F2n and Z2n
Date/Time : Mon.12th November 2012 / 15:00 - 16:15
Abstract

Prof. Yeong Cherng

National Cheng Kung University

Title : Quantifying quantum steerability and measurement incompatibility using uncharacterized devices
Date/Time : Tuesday 14th Feb 2017 16:00-17:00
Abstract

Dr. Yoichi Chizaki

The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology

Title : Macroscopic quantum tunneling induced by a spontaneous periodic perturbation in intrinsic Josephson junctions
Date/Time : 19th January 2011 / 15:00 - 16:00
Abstract

Prof. Richard Cleve

University of Waterloo / Institute for Quantum Computing

Title : Efficient Discrete-Time Simulations of Continuous-Time Quantum Query Algorithms
Date/Time : 16th February 2011 / 15:00 -
Abstract

Dr. Cecilia Cormick

Ulm University, Germany

Title : Dissipative ground-state preparation of a spin chain by a structured environment
Date/Time : Mon.13th May 2013 / 15:00 - 16:00
Abstract

Dr Oscar C.O. Dahlsten

University of Oxford

Title : Quantifying the relation between work and information - recent results using the smooth entropy approach
Date/Time : 03rd October 2011 / 15:00 -
Abstract

Dr. Michele Dall'Arno

Centre for Quantum Technologies, National University of Singapore

Title : No-hypersignaling principle
Date/Time : 25th July 2017, 16:00-
Abstract

Dr. Vincent Danos

CNRS, UniversitéParis VII

Title : Measurement based quantum computing
Date/Time : 15-16 February 2005
Abstract

Mr. Tommaso Demarie

Macquarie University

Title : Detecting topological order on a 2D lattice of quantum harmonic oscillators.
Date/Time : 17th September 2013 / 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Arend G. Dijkstra

Kyoto University

Title : Bathanglement and the nonlinear response
Date/Time : 28th February 2012 / 15:00 -
Abstract

Dr. Jason Doukas

Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University

Title : Qubit entanglement under acceleration
Date/Time : 19 May 2010 / 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Dr. David Elkouss

TU Delft

Title : Towards a quantum internet - the certifiable road ahead
Date/Time : 4:00pm, Tuesday 8th May 2018
Abstract

Dr. Chip Elliott

BBN, U.S.A.

Title : BBN's Quantum Networktest bed
Date/Time : 09 November 2005
Abstract

Prof. Berthold-Georg Englert

National University of Singapore

Title : Test-state approach to the quantum search problem
Date/Time : 20th September 2011 / 15:00 -
Abstract

Dr. Yujiro Eto

Gakushuin University, Japan

Title : Generation and detection of squeezed states using a pulsed light
Date/Time : Mon.28th October 2013 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Dr. Mark Everitt

NII

Title : Optical Quantum Logic with Multi-Mode Cavities
Date/Time : 14th April 2010 / 16:00 -
Abstract

Dr. Mark J. Everitt

The British University in Egypt / Loughborough University in the UK

Title : Quantum measurement with chaotic apparatus(Mark J. Everitt, W.J. Munro and T.P. Spiller)
Date/Time : 23rd February 2011 / 15:00 -
Abstract

Dr. Michael Fraser

The University of Tokyo

Title : Novel dynamic quantized vortex states in an exciton-polariton condensate
Date/Time : 26 May 2010 / 15:00-
Abstract

Mr. Keisuke Fujii

Kyoto University

Title : Optimal entanglement purification with double selection and upper bound on the noise threshold for fault-tolerant computation
Date/Time : 27 September 2007 / 16:30-
Abstract

Shingo Fujiwara

the University of Tokyo

Title : Simulation of Ion-trap Quantum Computation
Date/Time : 22 September 2005
Abstract

Mr. Ken Funo

University of Tokyo, Japan

Title : Quantum Fluctuation Theorems under Measurement and Feedback control
Date/Time : Mon, 12th May 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Dr. Fabian Furrer

the University of Tokyo, Japan

Title : Uncertainty Relations for Position & Momentum Observables with Application to QKD
Date/Time : Mon.18th February 2013 / 15:00 -
Abstract

Dr. Shunsuke Furukawa

University of Tokyo, Japan

Title : Entanglement spectra in topological phases and coupled Tomonaga-Luttinger liquids
Date/Time : Mon.25th November 2013 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Dr. Francois Le Gall

Assistant Professor,The University of Tokyo

Title : Quantum Private Information Retrieval with Sublinear Communication
Date/Time : 13th June 2011 / 15:00 -
Abstract

Dr. Erik Gauger

Heriot-Watt University, U.K.

Title : Rejuvenating Quantum Walks
Date/Time : Mon., 11th May 2015 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Mr. Robert Glück

University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Title : Reversible Machine Code and its Abstract Processor Architecture
Date/Time : 8th January 2009 / 16:00-
Abstract

Dr. Clemens Gneiting

RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science

Title : Treating disorder-perturbed quantum systems with quantum master equations
Date/Time : Tuesday 24th Feb 2017 16:00-17:00
Abstract

Dr. Andrew Greentree

University of Melbourne

Title : Silicon and diamond: two outstanding media for quantum information processing
Date/Time : 26th October 2006
Abstract

Prof. Andrew Greentree

RMIT University, Australia

Title : Introducing photonic techniques to the solid state Solid-state
Date/Time : Mon.9th October 2012 / 14:00 -
Abstract

Michal Hajdušek

the University of Tokyo

Title : Graph state entanglement and stabiliser formalism
Date/Time : Monday 28th November 2011 / 15:00 -
Abstract

Dr. Yuji Hasegawa

Atominstitut, Technische Universität Wien

Title : Quantum optical phenomena studied with neutrons
Date/Time : 15th February 2010 / 14:00 -
Abstract

Dr. Hauken Haseler

University of Waterloo, Canada

Title : Expectation value matrix formalism for detecting entanglement
Date/Time : 17th February 2009 / 15:00-
Abstract

Dr. Kazunari Hashimoto

University of Yamanashi

Title : Nonadiabaticity in spin pumping under relaxation
Date/Time : 27th June 2017, 15:30-16:30
Abstract

Dr. Ichiro Hasuo

the University of Tokyo

Title : Functional Programming for Quantum Computation and Its Semantics
Date/Time : 14th November 2011 / 15:00 -
Abstract

Dr. Masahito Hayashi

Tohoku University

Title : Quantum universal coding protocols and universal approximation of multi-copy states
Date/Time : 21nd January 2009 / 15:00-
Abstract

Dr. Hoshang Heydari

Nihon University

Title : Concurrence and entanglement witnesses for multi-qubit states
Date/Time : 28 June 2007 / 16:30-
Abstract

Hoshang Heydari

Nihon University

Title : Quantum entanglement measure for general pure multipartite states
Date/Time : 27 October 2005
Abstract

Dr. Jenny Hide

the University of Tokyo, Japan

Title : A Steady State Entanglement Witness
Date/Time : 08 December 2010 / 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Prof. Takuya Hirano

Gakushuin University, Japan

Title : Continuous-variable quantum key distribution and entanglement generation using pulsed light
Date/Time : 14th October 2009 / 15:00 -
Abstract

Dr. Tohya Hiroshima

ERATO

Title : Monogamy inequality for distributed Gaussian entanglement
Date/Time : 22th June 2006
Abstract

Tomoyuki Horikiri

PhD student, The University of Tokyo, Japan

Title : Quantum key distribution with a heralded single photon source and a photon number resolving detector
Date/Time : 9 June 2005
Abstract

Dr. Clare Horsman

Keio University, Japan

Title : Quantum picturalism for topological cluster-state computing
Date/Time : 09th February 2011 / 15:30 -
Abstract

Dr. Min-Hsiu Hsieh

the Japan Science and Technology Agency

Title : The quantum dynamic capacity formula of a quantum channel (joint work with Dr. Mark Wilde)
Date/Time : 28th April 2010 / 15:00 - 16:00
Abstract

Dr. Natsuko Ishida

RIKEN, Japan

Title : Non-equilibrium dynamics of polaritons in the quantum strong coupling regime
Date/Time : Mon. 2nd December 2013, 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Dr. Satoshi Ishizaka

Nano Electronics Res. Labs., NEC

Title : On the (im)possibility of cheat-sensitive quantum bit commitment
Date/Time : 13th May 2009 / 15:00-
Abstract

Dr. Tsuyoshi Ito

NII

Title : An approach to Bell inequalities from combinatorial optimization
Date/Time : 14 June 2007 / 16:30-
Abstract

Ms. Stacey Jeffery

the University of Waterloo, Canada

Title : Trading Robustness for Correctness and Privacy in Voting, Beyond an Honest Majority
Date/Time : Wednesday, 15th December 2010 / 15:00-
Abstract

Ms Sania Jevtic

Imperial College, London

Title : The Quantum Steering Ellipsoid
Date/Time : Tue.29th January 2013 / 15:15-17:00
Abstract

Dr. Ruibo Jin

Quantum ICT Laboratory, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology

Title : High-purity single-photon source and its application in quantum information
Date/Time : Mon., 13th April 2015 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Dr. Robert Johansson

Advanced Science Institute, RIKEN, Japan

Title : Dynamical Casimir effect in superconducting microwave circuits
Date/Time : Mon.22nd October 2012 / 15:00 -
Abstract

Dr. Eriko Kaminishi

The University of Tokyo

Title : Entanglement prethermalization in a one-dimensional Bose gas
Date/Time : Thu., 3th December 2015 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Mr. Tokishiro Karasawa

NII, Japan

Title : Conservation-law-induced precision limits for realizations of quantum gates
Date/Time : 10 May 2007 / 15:00-
Abstract

Dr. Go Kato

NTT Communication Science Laboratories

Title : Unconditional security with strong reference light in the CV-QKD
Date/Time : Mon, 14th July 2014 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Dr. A. Kawachi

Tokyo Institute of Technology

Title : Quantum Reductions for Cryptographic Proofs
Date/Time : Mon.2nd July 2012 / 15:00 -
Abstract

Dr. Y. Kawaguchi

the University of Tokyo, Japan

Title : Topological excitations and spin textures in spinor Bose-Einstein condensates
Date/Time : 11th June 2008 / starts at 15:00
Abstract

Dr. Alexander Kemp

NTT, Japan

Title : In detail discussion of some experimental limitations for a (three-JJ) flux qubit read out by a DC-SQUID
Date/Time : Wed. 22rd October 2008 / 16:00-
Abstract

Dr. Iordanis Kerenidis

CNRS, Universite Paris-Sud XI, France

Title : Non local Boxes and Communication Complexity
Date/Time : Wed. 17th September 2008 / 16:30-
Abstract

Dr. Gen Kimura

Tohoku University

Title : How to detect a possible correlation from the information of a sub-system in quantum mechanical systems.
Date/Time : 24 May 2007 / 16:30-
Abstract

Dr. Kimura

Chuo University, Japan

Title : Derivation of Qubit from Physical Principles
Date/Time : 22 November 2010 / 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Dr. Akira Kitagawa

NICT

Title : Entanglement quantification with Fisher information
Date/Time : 08th February 2007
Abstract
Title : Effective squeezing enhancement via measurement-induced non-Gaussian operation and its application to dense coding scheme
Date/Time : 28 April 2005
Abstract

Dr. George Knee

NTT Communication Science Laboratories

Title : Distinguishability and quantum technology
Date/Time : Mon., 17th November 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Professor Sir Peter L. Knight

Blackett Laboratory, Imperial College London

Title : Manipulating Cold Atoms for Quantum Information Processing
Date/Time : 04 October 2005
Abstract

Sir Peter Knight

Principal of the Kavli Royal Society International Centre, and Imperial College, London

Title : Quantum Technology for a Networked World: Clocks, GPS and all That
Date/Time : Fri.1st Fabruary 2013 / 14:00-
Abstract

Prof. M. Koashi

the University of Tokyo, Japan

Title : Security of quantum key distribution using optical phase shifts in a pulse train
Date/Time : Mon.26th November 2012 / 15:00-
Abstract

Dr. Michikazu Kobayashi

The University of Tokyo,Japan

Title : Non-Abelian vortex and its dynamics in cold atoms
Date/Time : 23rd May 2011 / 15:00 -
Abstract

Hirotada Kobayashi

ERATO, Japan

Title : Exact Quantum Algorithms for the Leader Election Problem
Date/Time : 16 March 2005
Abstract

Dr. Anton Kockum

RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science

Title : Quantum optics with surface acoustic waves
Date/Time : Mon., 27th April 2015 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Dr. Tatsuhiko Koike

Keio University

Title : Quantum brachistochrone
Date/Time : 22 November 2007 / 16:30-
Abstract

Prof. Takeshi Koshiba

Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Saitama University

Title : Blind Quantum Computation and Its Application
Date/Time : Mon., 9th February 2015 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Dr. Tomotaka Kuwahara

The University of Tokyo

Title : General theory for finite-time dynamics in periodically driven many-body systems
Date/Time : Thu., 5th November 2015 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Dr. Thaddeus D. Ladd

NII, Stanford University

Title : Recent Progress in Quantum Computing with Optically Controlled Semiconductors
Date/Time : Wed. 25th June 2008 / starts at 15:00
Abstract

Dr. Raymond Lal

University of Oxford

Title : Theory-independent limits on correlations from generalised Bayesian networks
Date/Time : Mon, 16th June 2014 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Dr. Neill Lambert

RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science

Title : Bistable photon emission in hybrid circuit-QED
Date/Time : Thu., 26th May 2016 15:00-16:00
Abstract
Title : Noise and entanglement in non-equilibrium quantum dots
Date/Time : 30th November 2006
Abstract

Dr. Jaeha Lee

KEK Theory Center

Title : Quantum-classical Transformations based on Quasi-joint-spectral Distributions and its Application to novel Uncertainty Relations
Date/Time : Wed., 17th August 2016 16:00-17:00
Abstract

Francois Legall

Technical Assistant, ERATO / doctoral course student, The University of Tokyo

Title : An Efficient Quantum Algorithm for the Hidden Subgroup Problem over a Class of non-Abelian Groups
Date/Time : 14 April 2005
Abstract

Prof. Ulf Leonhardt

National University of Singapore and University of St. Andrews

Title : The science and technology of invisibility
Date/Time : Friday, 17th October 2008 / 14:00-
Abstract

Prof. Seth Lloyd

MIT, USA

Title :
Date/Time : 14th January 2011 / 13:30-
Abstract

Dr. Peter van Loock

NII

Title : Universal Quantum Computation with Gaussian Continuous-Variable Cluster States
Date/Time : 9th November 2006
Abstract

Dr. Xin-You Lü

RIKEN, Japan

Title : Quantum-criticality-induced strong Kerr nonlinearities in optomechanical systems
Date/Time : Mon, 09th June 2014 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Prof. Norbert Lütkenhaus

University of Waterloo, Canada

Title : Squashing Models for Optical Measurements in Quantum Communication
Date/Time : 17th February 2009 / 15:00-
abstract

Ms. Melissa Makin

the University of Sydney

Title : University of Melbourne, Australia Title: Photon behaviour in arrays of coupled cavities containing single two level atoms.
Date/Time : Tuesday, 16th September 2008 / 15:00-
Abstract

Dr. Damian Markham

the University of Tokyo

Title : Multiparty entanglement and LOCC state discrimination
Date/Time : 13 April 2006
Abstract

Dr. Koji Maruyama

Title : Does the second law imply the Holevo bound?
Date/Time : 24 March 2005
Abstract

Prof. Koji Maruyama

Department of Materials Science, Osaka City University

Title : Hamiltonian identification under limited access with minimal pre-knowledge
Date/Time : Mon., 10th November 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Dr. Cyrus Master

Stanford University and NII

Title : Error avoidance in the quantum search algorithm by judicious gate design
Date/Time : 08 December 2005
Abstract

Dr. Fumiaki Matsuoka

Hokkaido University, Japan

Title : Improvement of Success Probability by Squeezed Light in Weak Value Amplification for Single-Photon-Level Nonlinearity
Date/Time : 26th September 2013, 14:00-15:00
Abstract

Dr. Yuichiro Matsuzaki

NTT Communication Science Laboratories

Title : Improving the coherence time of a quantum system via a coupling to a short-lived system
Date/Time : Mon., 20th October 2014 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Dr. Jonathan Matthews

University of Bristol

Title : Simulating quantum statistics with photonic entanglement
Date/Time : 09th April 2012 / 15:00 -
Abstract

Prof. Gerard Milburn

University of Queensland, Australia

Title : Deterministic Many-Resonator W Entanglement of Nearly Arbitrary Microwave States via Attractive Bose-Hubbard Simulation
Date/Time : 1st November 2013 / 15:30-16:30
Abstract

Christian Miniatura

CNRS/National University of Singapore

Title : Coherent Backscattering of Ultracold Matter Waves: Momentum Space Signatures
Date/Time : 21st February 2012 / 10:30 -
Abstract

Prof. Christian Miniatura

Institut non Linéaire de Nice, France

Title : Life after a mean free path
Date/Time : 12th November 2008 / 16:30-
Abstract

Dr. Takashi Mori

University of Tokyo

Title : Systematic construction of counterexamples to eigenstate thermalization hypothesis
Date/Time : 30th May 2017, 15:30-16:30
Abstract
Title : Out-of-equilibrium phase transitions in the optical cavity system
Date/Time : Mon.24th June 2013 15:00-
Abstract

Tomoyuki Morimae

Tokyo Institute of Technology

Title : Measurement-based quantum computation on tensor-network states and its application to blind quantum computation
Date/Time : Monday 16th January 2012 / 16:00 -
Abstract

Milan Mosonyi

GSIS, Tohoku University

Title : Hypothesis testing for certain correlated states on a spin chain
Date/Time : 25 October 2007 / 16:30-
Abstract

Dr. Casey Myers

Applications of Controlled Rotations in Qubus Computation

Title : /qulink/abstract2007s/abstract_q3901.html
Date/Time : 11 October 2007 / 16:30-
Abstract

Dr. Y. Nakamura

NEC, Japan

Title : Artificial atom in 1D open space
Date/Time : 23 June 2010 / 15:00-
Abstract

Dr. Yoshifumi Nakata

The University of Tokyo

Title : Decoupling with random diagonal-unitary matrices
Date/Time : Mon., 15th June 2015 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Dr. Ryo Namiki

Osaka University

Title : Fidelity criterion for quantum-domain transmission and storage of coherent states beyond unit-gain constraint
Date/Time : 24 January 2008 / 16:30-
Abstract

Dr. Paul Nation

RIKEN

Title : Non-Equilibrium Landauer Transport Model for Hawking Radiation from a Black Hole
Date/Time : 24th October 2011 / 15:00 - 16:00
Abstract

Dr. Hui Khoon Ng

Yale-NUS College, and CQT, NUS, Singapore

Title : Randomized benchmarking does not measure average infidelity
Date/Time : 3:30pm, Tuesday 29th May 2018
Abstract

Prof. Franco Nori

RIKEN, Japan, and Univ. of Michigan, USA

Title : Quantum Circuits as Artificial Atoms
Date/Time : 1st May 2008 / 17:00-18:30
Abstract

Prof. Y. Ogata

University of Tokyo, Japan

Title : Large deviations in quantum spin systems
Date/Time : 17th September 2009 / 16:00 -
Abstract

Prof.Tomohiro Ogawa

University of Electro-Communications

Title : An information spectrum approach to classical-quantum channel resolvability
Date/Time : Mon.10th June 2013 / 15:00 -
Abstract

Dr. Akira Oiwa

Department of Applied Physics, The University of Tokyo

Title : Control of single photo-electron and angular momentum transfer between single photon and single spin in quantum dots
Date/Time : Mon.11th June 2012 / 15:00 -
Abstract

Yasser Omar

Technical University of Lisbon

Title : Particle Statistics: a Resource for Quantum Information Processing
Date/Time : 23 January 2007
Abstract

Dr. Yukihiro Ota

Kinki University, Japan

Title : Holonomic quantum gates in an isospectral deformation of Ising model
Date/Time : 28th May 2008 / starts at 15:00
Abstract

Dr. Masaki Owari

NTT

Title : Probing an untouchable environment as a resource for quantum computing
Date/Time : Mon.25th June 2012 / 16:00 - 17:00
Abstract
Title : Two-way classical communication remarkably improves local distinguishability
Date/Time : Wednesday 27th February 2008 / 16:30-
Abstract
Title : Entanglement and group symmetries: stabilizer, symmetric and antisymmetric states
Date/Time : 12 July 2007 / 16:30-
Abstract

Masaki Owari

the University of Tokyo, Japan

Title : Local copying and its relationship with Local discrimination
Date/Time : 26 May 2005
Abstract

Prof. Masanao Ozawa

Nagoya University, Japan

Title : Quantum measurements and the uncertainty principle
Date/Time : 15th January 2010 / 15:00 -
Abstract

Mr. Alexandru Paler

University of Passau, Germany

Title : Verification of topological quantum computers
Date/Time : Mon.18th March 2013 / 15:00-17:30
Abstract

Prof. Ilia Polian

University of Passau, Germany

Title : Towards scalable quantum computing: algorithmic challenges
Date/Time : Mon.18th March 2013 / 15:00-17:30
Abstract

Dr. Christopher Portmann

TITech

Title : On the power of quantum encryption keys
Date/Time : 11th March 2009 / 14:00-
Abstract

Alexey Pyrkov

NII, Tokyo, Japan

Title : Entanglement in solid-state NMR systems (open alternating spin chain, multiple-quantum NMR experiment and adiabatic demagnetization experiment)
Date/Time : Monday 13th February 2012 / 15:00 -
Abstract

Dr. Marco Tulio Quentino

University of Tokyo

Title : Can we reveal quantum nonlocality of (all) local entangled states?
Date/Time : Fri., 16th December 2016 16:00-17:00
Abstract

Marco Túlio Quintino

Univ. Geneve

Title : Joint measurability, EPR steering, and Bell nonlocality
Date/Time : Tue., 26th August 2014 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Prof. Tim C. Ralph

University of Queensland

Title : Quantum Time Machines: What? Why? and (maybe) How?
Date/Time : 13 October 2005
Abstract

Dr. Philippe Raynal

Centre for Quantum Technologies, Singapore

Title : Encoding many qubits in a single rotor
Date/Time : 9th December 2009 / 14:00 -
Abstract

Dr. Peter P. Rohde

Macquarie University, Australia

Title : Boson-sampling: A new route towards optical quantum computing
Date/Time : Mon.28th November 2012 / 10:30-
Abstract

Dr. Denis Rosset

National Cheng Kung University

Title : Characterization of quantum states using measurement-device-independent witnesses
Date/Time : Tuesday 14th Feb 2017 16:00-17:00

Dr. Terry Rudolph

Imperial College, UK

Title : Characterizing globalness of unitary operations for quantum information processing
Date/Time : 11th April 2011 / 15:00-
Abstract
Title : Negative heat flow as a witness of quantum entanglement.
Date/Time : 30th March 2011 / 15:00-
Abstract

Dr.Takahiro Sagawa

Kyoto University

Title : How Has the Paradox of Maxwell's Demon Been Resolved?
Date/Time : 23rd April 2012 / 15:00 -
Abstract

Dr. Akira Saito

National Institute of Informatics, Japan

Title : Difficulty of the Ising spin glass problem on physical systems
Date/Time : 13th September 2013, 13:30-15:00
Abstract

Dr. Keiji Saito

University of Tokyo

Title : Nonadiabatic Manipulation in Discrete-Level systems and Its Application
Date/Time : 14th October 2004
Abstract

Burkhard Scharfenberger

NII

Title : Quantum control of an NV+C system
Date/Time : Mon, 12th May 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Dr. Burkhard Scharfenberger

NII QIST

Title : Classifaction of SU(n) spin chains by means of extended Young tableaux
Date/Time : Mon.28th May 2012 / 15:00 -
Abstract

Prof. Jörg Schmiedmayer

Vienna University of Technology, Austria

Title : Hybrid Quantum Systems: Interconnecting the Quantum Worlds
Date/Time : 9th March 2011 / 13:30 -
Abstract

Pranab Sen

NEC Labs America

Title : Random Measurement Bases, Distinguishing Quantum States and Applications to the Hidden Subgroup Problem
Date/Time : 22 June 2005
Abstract

Dr. Nathan Shammah

RIKEN

Title : Numerical and analytical tools to solve the open-system quantum dynamics of N two-level systems
Date/Time : 22th August 2017, 16:00-
Abstract

Dr. Naresh Sharma

School of Technology and Computer Science, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research

Title : Non-asymptotic information-theoretic analysis for multi-party scenarios.
Date/Time : 15th May 2012 / 15:00 -
Abstract

Dr. Nobuyasu Shiga

NICT

Title : Locking Laser Phase to the Atom Phase
Date/Time : 13 October 2010 / 14:00-15:00
Abstract

Keiichi Shigechi

The University of Tokyo

Title : Integrable Loop Models, Spin Chains and Hecke Algebra
Date/Time : 14th December 2006
Abstract

Dr. Kaoru Shimizu

NTT Basic Research Laboratories

Title : Pair-wise entanglement and quantum phase transition of quantum spin chains
Date/Time : 28th September 2006
Abstract

Prof. Ryosuke Shimizu

University of Electro-Communications

Title : Control of frequency correlations between photons
Date/Time : Mon.22th April 2013 / 15:00 - 16:00
Abstract

Dr. Devin Smith

NTT Communication Science Laboratories

Title : Quantum Non-locality—steering, entanglement, and loopholes
Date/Time : Mon., 23rd February 2015 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Dr. Akihito Soeda

the University of Tokyo, Japan

Title : Generalized Monogamy of Contextual Inequalities from the No-Disturbance Principle
Date/Time : Mon.15th April 2013 / 15:00 -
Abstract

Dr. Ashley Stevens

Title : Accuracy threshold for concatenated error detection in one dimension
Date/Time : 10th December 2008 / 16:30-18:00
Abstract

Prof. George Sudarshan

Center for Complex Quantum Systems, University of Texas at Austin

Title : Quantum Zeno Effect
Date/Time : Fri., 21st August 2015 13:00-14:30
Abstract

Dr. Takanori Sugiyama

the University of Tokyo

Title : Evaluation of quantum error correction codes' performance against realistic noises
Date/Time : 4:00pm, Tuesday 26th September
Abstract

Dr. Jun Suzuki

University of Electro-Communications, Japan

Title : Long-Lived Qubit rom Three Spin-1/2 Atoms
Date/Time : Tue.12th February 2013 / 15:15 - 16:15
Abstract

Prof. Jun Suzuki

University of Electro-Communications

Title : Wave-particle duality from parameter estimation perspective: An example of nuisance parameter problem in quantum estimation theory
Date/Time : Wed., 13th July 2016 16:00-17:00
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Dr. Hiroyasu Tajima

RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science

Title : Measurement-based Formulation of Quantum Heat Engine and Optimal Efficiency with Finite-Size Effect
Date/Time : Thu., 29th October 2015 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Dr. Yasuhiro Takahashi

NTT Communication Science Laboratories

Title : Computational power of constant-depth quantum circuits with unbounded fan-out gates
Date/Time : Mon, 28th April 2014 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Oka Takashi

the University of Tokyo

Title : Zener breakdown in Mott insulators and a quantum walk analysis
Date/Time : 11 May 2006
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Dr. Masahiro Takeoka

NICT, Japan

Title : Implementation of quantum measurements with linear optics and continuous photon counting
Date/Time : 10th February 2005
Abstract

Dr. Kiyoshi Tamaki

NTT Basic Research Laboratories, Japan

Title : Researches in Tokyo QKD network
Date/Time : Mon.13th November 2013 15:00-16:00
Abstract
Title : On the performance of two protocols: SARG04 and BB84
Date/Time : 27 April 2006
Abstract

Dr Bobby Tan

Centre for Quantum Technologies, Singapore

Title : Exploiting separable quantum states in communication protocols.
Date/Time : Mon, 17th July 2014 15:00-16:00
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Dr. Atsushi Tanaka

Tokyo Metropolitan University

Title : Cheon's anholonomies in quantum map
Date/Time : 25th January 2007
Abstract

Dr. Fuyuhiko Tanaka

The University of Tokyo, Japan

Title : Optimal prediction of the observable based on a partial measurement
Date/Time : 27 October 2010 / 15:00-16:00
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Dr. Mark Thompson

the University of Bristol

Title : Integrated Quantum Photonics
Date/Time : 10th June 2009 / 15:00-
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Dr. Yasuhiro Tokura

NTT Basic Research Lab.

Title : Manipulation and detection of coupled spin qubits
Date/Time : 20th June 2011 / 15:00 -
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Dr. Marco Tomamichel

CQT, the National University of Singapore

Title : Hierarchy of Information Quantities for the Finite Block Length Analysis of Quantum Tasks (joint work with Masahito Hayashi)
Date/Time : Fri.22th March 2013 / 15:00 -
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Dr. A. Tomita

Nano Electronics Res. Labs., NEC

Title : Secure quantum key distribution with decoy-BB84 protocol
Date/Time : 27th May 2009 / 15:00-16:00
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Dr. Peter Turner

The University of Tokyo, Japan

Title : Effective decoherence from bounded quantum reference frames.
Date/Time : 14th May 2008 / starts at 15:00
Abstract

Prof. Koji Usami

Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, University of Tokyo

Title : Meta-cavity QED
Date/Time : Mon., 27th October 15:00-16:00
Abstract

Dr. Xiang-Bin Wang

ERATO

Title : Beating the PNS attack for QKD with coherent light
Date/Time : 24 February 2005
Abstract

Dr. Yodai Watanabe

NII, Japan

Title : Security proof of the BB84 protocol in practical implementation
Date/Time : 25th May 2006
Abstract

Ms Fern Watson

Imperial College, London

Title : Overhead for the Toric Code
Date/Time : Tue.29th January 2013 / 15:15-17:00
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Prof. Howard Wiseman

Griffith University

Title : Quantum jumps in atoms: what's new after 100 years?
Date/Time : 14th September 2012 / 13:30 -
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Dr. Peter Wittek

ICFO - The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Barcelona

Title : The growing intersection of machine learning and quantum physics hypothesis
Date/Time : 13th June 2017, 16:00-
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Junyi Wu

Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf, Germany

Title : Randomized Graph states and X-chains
Date/Time : Thu., 28th, August 2014 15:00~16:00
Abstract

Dr. Zeliang Xiang

NII, Vienna Center for Quantum Science and Technology

Title : Intra-city quantum communication via thermal microwave networks
Date/Time : 4:30pm, Tuesday 19th December 2017
Abstract

Dr. Fumiko Yamaguchi

Stanford University/Keio University

Title : Solid-state NMR quantum computation
Date/Time : 25th November 2004
Abstract

Dr. Naoki Yamamoto

Keio University

Title : Control theoretical approach to quantum control and information
Date/Time : 24th June 2009 / 15:00-
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Prof. N. Yamamoto

Keio University

Title : Quantum information with linear control theory
Date/Time : Mon.10th December 2012 / 15:00 - 16:00
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Dr. Rekishu Yamazaki

Kyoto University, JST-CREST

Title : Fine Optical Control without Hyper-fine --For the Application in Quantum Simulation--
Date/Time : 10 November 2010 / 15:00-16:00
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Dr. Fumiki Yoshihara

Advanced ICT Research Institute, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)

Title : Superconducting qubit-oscillator circuit beyond the ultrastrong-coupling regime
Date/Time : 2:45pm, Tuesday 26th June 2018
Abstract

Dr. Jun-ichi Yoshikawa

Prof.Akira Furusawa group, The University of Tokyo

Title : Quantum teleportation of a non-Gaussian state
Date/Time : 09th May 2011 / 15:00-
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Dr. Kazuya Yuasa

Waseda Institute for Advanced Study, Waseda University, Japan

Title : Driving two fixed qubits to a maximally entangled state by repeated on-and off-resonant scattering of ancilla qubits
Date/Time : 21th October 2009 / 15:00 -
Abstract

Kazuya Yuasa

Department of Physics, Waseda University, Tokyo

Title : Quantum Estimation via a Single Sequence of Measurements with a Quantum Mixing Channel
Date/Time : Wed. 12th February 2014 15:00-16:00
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Dr. Emi Yukawa

RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science

Title : Fast generation of macroscopic superposition states by coherent driving field
Date/Time : Fri., 27th January 2017 16:00-17:00
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