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About this event

Web site
www.quantumhorizon…
When
1418 Oct 2012
Where
Taipei City, Taiwan
Registration deadline
Oct 1, 2012
Contact address
Taiwan

Workshop

Horizons of Quantum Physics: from Foundations to Quantum-Enabled Technologies

The International Workshop titled "Horizons of Quantum Physics: from Foundation to Quantum-Enabled Technologies" will take place from October 14th to 18th 2012 in Taipei, Taiwan.

This event sits at the crossroads of cutting edge Theoretical Quantum Physics, Experimental Quantum Information Processing and Industrial Research. Its scope is to create a top level environment for discussion and confrontation where a common language between theorists, experimentalists an technologists might start to develop, with the ultimate goal to explore and enable the fascinating knowledge that will shape the world of tomorrow.

Our Keynote speakers include masters of modern physics like Jacob Bekenstein, Gerard t'Hooft, Hagen Kleinert, William Unruh and Anton Zeilinger. Together with the rest of our invited lecturers, they will guide the participants through the most fascinating discoveries and implications born from the synergy between top-level theoretical and experimental research in modern physics, as well as industrial research from Hewlett Packard, which is co-organizer and main sponsor of the event.

Our workshop is open to scholars and researchers from all over the world. Participants are invited and encouraged to present their own work and results through posters, as well as discuss their opinions with our speakers during open-discussion panel sessions.