III R.S. Ingarden Memorial Session, Nov. 30th, 2022

Meeting ID: 962 7877 088

to obtain a passcode, please contact the organisers at pawel.mazurek@ug.edu.pl


15.30 – 15:55 Andrzej Jamiołkowski My memories of Roman Stanisław Ingarden“.

16:00 – 16:55 2022 Ingarden Memorial Lecture

                        Peter Shor: The development of quantum error correcting codes”

17:00 – 17:15 coffee break

17:15-17:45 Awarding of Junior KCIK Award for best Bachelor Thesis in quantum Information:

Joanna Majsak, University of Warsaw:

Mitigation of coherent measurement errors based on characterisation of quantum devices

Kamil Nalikowski, Technical University of Gdansk:

Non-Newtonian hiddenvariable models in quantum mechanics

17:45-18:15 Distinguished talk: Dan McNulty, Centre for Theoretical Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw

Estimating Quantum Hamiltonians via Joint Measurements of Noisy Non-Commuting Observables

18:18 The End

II R.S. Ingarden Memorial Session, Nov. 24th, 2021


15.30 – Opening of the 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:

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

Distinguished Bachelor Thesis: Błażej Kuzaka: Bell inequalities 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 TalkFrom Einstein photon to quantum information: wave-particle duality in action

17.00 coffee break

17.15 Distinguished talk 1: Karol BartkiewiczMachine learning and Optical Quantum Information

17.50 Distinguished talk 2: Michał OszmaniecFermion Sampling: a roboust quantum advantage scheme using fermionic linear optics and magic input states

18.25 End of the session

R.S. Ingarden Memorial Session, Nov. 25th, 2020


15.30 – Otwarcie sesji przez Leszek Sirko, przewodniczący Polskiego Towarzystwa Fizycznego

15.35 – Miłosz Michalski (Nicolaus Copernius University): Scientific legacy of Roman S. Ingarden

16.15 – Charles Bennett (IBM Research), 2020 Ingarden Memorial Talk: Information is Quantum: what early 20’th century physics
has taught us about the nature of communication and computation

17.15 – coffee break

17.30 – Kamil Korzekwa (Jagiellonian University): Quantum advantage in simulating stochastic processes

18.05 – Marek Rams (Jagiellonian University): Entanglement and open-system tensor networks for quantum transport

18.40 – End of the session