Quantum Information Days (QID2024)

This conference in funded by NAWA within the Welcome to Poland program

07 - 09 October 2024
Center for Theoretical Physics PAS (Warsaw, Poland)

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About the conference

Quantum Information is a rapidly developing field, attracting a large number of researchers, and leading to exciting fundamental discoveries and practical applications. The main aim of the Quantum Information Days 2024 (QID2024) workshop is to bring together young researchers working on widely understood quantum information sciences and related fields. We hope to inspire vivid scientific discussions and foster new collaborations. Young researchers will have the possibility of presenting their recent results in the form of a talk (approx. 20 minutes long) or a poster. A number of invited talks by recognized scientists is also planned. The meeting will be held in Warsaw, Poland, a lively Central European city with rich cultural and urban life.

This is a second edition of the workshop Quantum Information Days 2020(+1) (qid2020.cft.edu.pl), which was held fully online due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The conference fee is 100€ (450 zł).

Participants can apply for a fee reduction or fee waiver to the Organizers. Participants from CFT (employees and PhD students) do not have to cover the fee.

Please contact us at qid2024@cft.edu.pl in case you need any assistance.

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Organizing Committees

Organizers (LOC):

Remigiusz Augusiak (Center for Theoretical Physics PAS, Warsaw)
Wojciech Bruzda (Center for Theoretical Physics PAS, Warsaw)
Jarosław Korbicz (Center for Theoretical Physics PAS, Warsaw)
Owidiusz Makuta (Center for Theoretical Physics PAS, Warsaw)

Scientific Committee:

Remigiusz Augusiak (Center for Theoretical Physics PAS, Warsaw)
Michał Horodecki (University of Gdańsk)
Jarosław Korbicz (Center for Theoretical Physics PAS, Warsaw)
Martin Ringbauer (University of Innsbruck)
Jordi Tura i Brugués (University of Leiden)
Mario Ziman (Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava)

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Invited Speakers

  • Ana Belén Sainz (University of Gdańsk)
  • Stefano Bosco (Delft University of Technology & QuTech)
  • Flaminia Giacomini (ETH Zurich) [TBC]
  • Michał Horodecki (University of Gdańsk)
  • Sabrina Maniscalco (University of Helsinki & Algorithmiq Ltd)
  • Martin Ringbauer (University of Innsbruck)
  • Katarzyna Roszak (Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague)
  • Alexander Streltsov (Institute of Fundamental Technological Research PAS, Warsaw)
  • Marko Toroš (University College London, UCL)
  • Jordi Tura i Brugués (University of Leiden)
  • Mario Ziman (Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava)