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The conference proceedings

P: Poster presentation

T: Contributed talk

IT: Invited talk

 

 

 

 

Presenter

Title

 

1

Iman Aghilian

University of California at Santa Barbara, USA

Cavity QED with photonic band-gap and pillar resonators

T

2

Ahmad Akhound

Shahid Chamran University, Iran

Entanglement and squeezing of a four-qubit system via two-axis counter twisting Hamiltonian

P

3

Sahar Alipour

Sharif University of Technology, Iran

Entanglement and quantum phase transition in matrix product spin-one chains (T)

A suggestion for spin-position gates in mobile electron-based quantum information processing  (P)

T,P

4

Mostafa Annabestani

Tarbiat Modares University, Iran

Quantum random walk in 2 dimensions

P

5

Ali Asadian

Shiraz University, Iran

Entanglement and quantum phase transition in 1D, 2D, and 3D spin models

P

6

Sima Baghbanzadeh

Iran University of Science and Technology, Iran

Thermal effects on quantum cloning and entanglement broadcasting

P

7

Mohammad Bahrami

Sharif University of Technology, Iran

Comments on recent which-way experiments proposed by Scully, Englert, and Walther introducing the idea of quantum erasure

P

8

Stephen Bartlett

University of Sydney, Australia

Quantum-computational universality and quantum phase transitions in the ground states of spin lattices

IT

9

Abolfazl Bayat

Sharif University of Technology, Iran

State transferring through spin chains (T)

Memory effect in spin chains (P)

T,P

10

Naeimeh Behbood

Tarbiat Moallem University at Azarbaijan, Iran

Evaluation of bounds of codes defined over hexagonal and honeycomb lattices via linear programming based on association schemes

P

11

Francesco Buscemi

Japan Science and Technology Agency, Japan

Information gain and approximate reversibility of quantum measurements

T

12

Adan Cabello

University of Seville, Spain

Non-locality for graph states

IT

13

Bob Coecke

Oxford University, UK

Kindergarten quantum mechanics: beyond the Hilbert space formalism

IT

14

Vincent Danos

CNRS, France

Quadratic form expansions for unitaries

IT

15

Ross Duncan

Oxford University, UK

An abstract approach to entanglement

T

16

Amir Feizpour

Sharif University of Technology, Iran

Designing quantum optical gates using micro-cavities

T

17

Vittorio Giovannetti

Scoula Normale Superiore di Pisa, Italy

Spin network communication protocols

IT

18

Hessam Habibian

Tabriz University, Iran

Manipulating multi-partite entanglement witnesses using linear programming

T

19

Yuji Hasegawa

Atomic Institute of the Austrian Universities, Austria

Entanglement in single-neutron system

T

20

Khabat Heshami

Sharif University of Technology, Iran

MPS approach to spin-1 ladder

P

21

Mohammad Ali Jafarizadeh

Tabriz University, Iran

Detecting multi-qubit bound MUB diagonal entangled states via nonlinear optimal entanglement witnesses

IT

22

Safa Jami

Azad University of Mashhad, Iran

Noisy teleportation

P

23

Mehdi Kargarian

Sharif University of Technology, Iran

Renormalization of entanglement in quantum spin models

T

24

Elham Kashefi

Oxford University, UK

Lost in translation

IT

25

M. Muhammad Reza Koochakie

Sharif University of Technology, Iran

Long-distance entanglement between two inserted probes in XX chain

P

26

Lorenzo Maccone

University of Pavia, Italy

Quantum random access memory

IT

27

Nayereh Majd

Shahed University, Iran

Universal holonomic quantum computation on spin chains

P

28

Stefano Mancini

University of Camerino, Italy

Continuous variable quantum cryptography using a bidirectional quantum channel

IT

29

Damian Markham

University of Tokyo, Japan

Entanglement and group symmetries: stabilizer, symmetric and antisymmetric states

IT

30

Laleh Memarzadeh Esfahani

Sharif University of Technology, Iran

Entanglement and optimal strings of qubits for memory channels

T

31

Mehdi Mirzaee

Arak University, Iran

Relations between quantum entanglement, tomography and wavelet

P

32

Afshin Montakhab

Shiraz University, Iran

Entanglement and quantum phase transition in 1D, 2D, and 3D spin models

T

33

Mikio Nakahara

Kinki University, Japan

Demonstration of bang-bang control for decoherence suppression with NMR

IT

34

Yasser Omar

Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal

Generation of entanglement in a quantum wire and application to single-electron transmittivity

T

35

Martin Plenio

Imperial College, UK

I. Quantum information and quantum many body systems: From scaling laws to implementations

II. Verification and Quantification of Entanglement with simple measurements

IT

36

Sadegh Raeisi

Sharif University of Technology, Iran

MPS and spin one-half ladders

P

37

Robabeh Rahimi Darabad

Kinki University, Japan

Generation of entanglement and suppression of decoherence in ENDOR-based quantum computing

T

38

Mahdi Rezaei Karamaty

Tabriz University, Iran

Analytical approach to optimal discrimination with unambiguous measurements

T

39

Terry Rudolph

Imperial College, UK

Do quantum computers exist in nature?

IT

40

Afsaneh Sadrolashrafi

Sharif University of Technology, Iran

Matrix product states in spin ladders and chains (T)

Exact dimer ground states for a continuous family of quantum spin chains and zigzag ladders (P)

T,P

41

Mehrnoosh Sadrzadeh

University of Southampton, UK

An epistemic measurement system for quantum security

T

42

Akira SaiToh

Osaka University, Japan

Non-classical correlation in a multipartite quantum system reconsidered

T

43

Vahid Salari

Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Iran

Quantum teleportation mechanism between retina and the visual cortex

P

44

Barry Sanders

IQIS, University of Calgary, Canada

Polygamy of entanglement of assistance: duality monogamy inequality for entanglement

IT

45

Alessio Serafini

Imperial College, UK

Towards linear phononics and non-locality tests in ion traps

T

46

Simone Severini

Institute for Quantum Computing, Canada

Network topologies for perfect state transfer

T

47

Laaya Shaabani

Tabriz University, Iran

Finite Heisenberg group and its application in quantum computing and information

P

48

Zahra Shadman

Duesseldorf University, Germany

Eavesdropping in quantum cryptography with mixed states

T

49

Zahra Shaterzadeh Yazdi

IQIS, University of Calgary, Canada

Multi-partite squeezed states and SU(1,1) symmetry

T

50

Aephraim Steinberg

University of Toronto, Canada

Quantum coherence, control and distinguishability in experiments with atoms and photons

IT

51

Amir M. Tavala

Isfahan University of Technology, Iran

Security verification of BB84 protocol using PRISM model-checker

P

52

Mozhgan Torabifard

Sharif University of Technology, Iran

Decoherence in quantum random walk

P