II R.S. Ingarden Memorial Session (online)  

Wednesday, November 24, 2021  


National Quantum Information Centre in Poland (KCIK) is organising a special on-line session to commemorate the Polish scientist Roman Stanisław Ingarden. Ingarden was a mathematical physicist, professor at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, founder of two journals: Reports on Mathematical Physics and Open Systems and Information Dynamics and one of the pioneers of the concept of quantum information. His 1976 paper had a short title: QUANTUM INFORMATION THEORY [Reports on Mathematical Physics 10, 43-72 (1976)].

Zoom Meeting  ID: 917 8371 3827,   Password: xa16VB

https://zoom.us/j/91783713827?pwd=RHp6SHp2UWk1VS9sb1JYM2h4aE95dz09


PROGRAMME

15:30    Opening session

15:35  Krzysztof Ingarden (Faculty of Architecture and Fine Arts, Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Kraków University):   

Roman S. Ingarden, Life: Photographs from the Family Archives





15:50  Junior KCIK Award for best Bachelor Thesis in quantum Information: flash talks of the laureates

Distinguished Bachelor Thesis: Jakub Korsak  Compilation of quantum qubit gates in the presence of noise

Distinguished Bachelor Thesis: Błażej Kuzaka  Bell ineqialities for quantum systems of local dimension higher than 2

Main prize for the best Bachelor Thesis: Piotr Dulian  Efficiency of random sets of gates





16:00  Alain Aspect (Institut d'Optique / Université Paris-Saclay),  2021 Ingarden Memorial  Talk: 

From Einstein photon to quantum information: wave-particle duality 





17:00    Coffee break



17:15  Distinguished talk 1: Karol Bartkiewicz Machine learning and Optical Quantum Information






17:50 Distinguished talk 2: Michał Oszmaniec Fermion Sampling: a roboust quantum advantage scheme using fermionic linear optics and magic input states






18:25    End of the session

Click here to download the poster.


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