Quantum Information Theory
Quantum Statistical Inference
17-18 November, 2005,
University of Tokyo, Hongo, Tokyo, Japan
Faculty of Science Bldg.1
3F Seminar Room D,
Faculty of Engineering Bldg.6
Sponsored by the 21st Century COE by MEXT,
COE Project `Information Science and Technology Strategic Core'
the University of Tokyo
and by the Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A)(1)
Statistical Foundation of Quantum Statistical and Its Applications'
Headed by Professor Masafumi Akahira
in cooperation with
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (S) `Superrobust Computation' by MEXT
(see this page
ERATO Quantum Computation and Information Project
The workshop highlights the state-of-the-art of quantum information
theory in a two-day meeting organized by the COE project, and features
invited talks from the viewpoint of the Superrobust computation
subproject, such as quantum error-correcting codes and
quantum-information-theoretic treatment of decoherence and noises in
quantum information processing.
The workshop also focuses on quantum statistical inference,
the theory of quantum communication,
distinguishability and entanglement, including topics such as channel
capacities and resource tradeoffs, quantum source coding and data
compression, quantum channel coding and error-correcting codes, state
and channel distinguishability and tomography, entanglement and
entanglement measures, additivity/nonadditivity results, quantum
cryptographic theory, teleportation and entanglement-assisted
communication, and interaction as a communication primitive.
Submission Deadline: 1st October 2005
Notification of acceptance/rejection: 17th October 2005
- Igor Devetak, University of Southern California
- "Dualities in Quantum Information Theory"
- Madalin Guta,
University of Nijmegen
- "Minimax estimation of the Wigner function in quantum homodyne
- Akihisa Hayashi, Fukui Univ.
- "State discrimination without classical knowledge"
- Masato Koashi,
- "Unconditional security of QKD and uncertainty principle"
- Damian Markham, Univ. of Tokyo
- "Local Discrimination and Multipartite Entanglement Measures"
- Hiroshi Nagaoka, Univ. of Electro-Communications
- "Differential geometrical aspcets of quantum estimation theory"
- Masanao Ozawa, Tohoku Univ.
"Quantum noise, universal uncertainty principle and modal interpretation of quantum mechanics"
- Paolo Perinotti, Univ of Pavia
"Programming quantum devices"
- Seiichiro Tani, ERATO QCI project/NTT
- "An Application of Entanglement to Leader Election in Anonymous Networks"
- Akihisa Tomita, ERATO QCI project/NEC
- "Characterization of entangled photon pairs generated by spontaneous parametric down conversion"
- Jon Yard,
- "Network Quantum Shannon Theory"
- Masahito Hayashi (Chair), ERATO & Univ. Tokyo
- Hiroshi Imai, Univ. Tokyo & ERATO
- Keiji Matsumoto, NII & ERATO
- Jun Hasegawa (Local Arrangements), Univ. Tokyo & ERATO
- Mami Takahashi (Local Arrangements), Univ. Tokyo
No Registration Fee
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