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Jan. 15, 2024

U of T - Technion Quantum Research Workshop

A two-day exploration of mutual research interests with an eye to future collaboration.

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Organizer(s): CQIQC at UofT and the Helen Diller Quantum Center at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

Presentations: Faculty members at CQIQC and The Helen Diller Quantum Center at Technion will present their research in quantum science, including theoretical and experimental work in photonics; condensed matter physics; precision measurements; quantum dynamics; spintronics; quantum optics; quantum computing, algorithms, and applications; quantum simulations, and more.

Program Information: further information to follow.

How to RSVP: Contact to confirm attendance and submit a slide that presents your research interests. Attendance is restricted to UofT and Technion faculty members and their students.

January 15, 2024 January 16, 2024
9:00am-9:15am Joseph Avron: Technion welcome
Dvira Segal: CQIQC welcome
Anna Dyring: Workshop intro
Joseph Avron: Technion welcome
Dvira Segal: CQIQC welcome
Anna Dyring: Workshop intro
9:15am-9:25am Yoav Sagi, Technion
Many-body physics and quantum technologies with ultracold fermions
Moti Segev, Technion
Photonic Time-Crystals and light-matter interactions therein
9:25am-9:35am Joseph Thywissen, UofT
Ultracold Fermions
Amr Helmy, UofT
Sensing using practical sources of non-classical light
9:35am-9:45am Aharon Blank, Technion
Diamond based microwave devices as new tools in contemporary quantum electronics
Gilad Gour, Technion
The tangled state of quantum hypothesis testing
9:45am-9:55am Alán Aspuru-Guzik, UofT
Variational Quantum Algorithms
Paul Brumer, UofT
Quantum Dynamics from Ultracold Collisions to Warm Biophysics
10:10am-10:20am Yuval Shagam, Technion
Precision measurement of trapped chiral molecular ions
Ben Ohayon, Technion
Microwave spectroscopy of exotic atoms. Suggested potential topic for collaboration:
Microwave spectroscopy of hydrogenic systems
10:20am-10:30am Aephraim Steinberg, UofT
Steinberg cold atoms & quantum optics lab – probing the
history of quantum systems and other topics
John Sipe, UofT
Quantum this, quantum that
10:30am-10:40am David Gelbwaser, Technion
Breaking detailed balance as a tool for quantum
technologies. Exploiting the lack of detailed balance for
quantum technologies in the strong coupling regime
Michael Krueger, Technion
Extremely nonlinear quantum photonics with high harmonic generation
10:40am-10:50am Arun Paramekanti, UofT
Spin liquids and spin dynamics in quantum magnets
Artur Izmaylov, UofT
Quantum Chemistry on Quantum Computers
11:00am-11:10am Yehonadav Bekenstein, Technion
Superradiance and correlated emissions form QDs and
single QDs embedded in fibers
Uri Peskin, Technion
Emergence of Boltzmann spaces in open quantum systems far from equilibrium
11:10am-11:20am Arno Jacobsen, UofT
Quantum Software
Anatole von Lilienfeld, UofT
Physics based machine learning for accelerated
exploration of chemical compound
and reaction spaces
11:20am-11:30am Next Steps and Funding (Dvira, Joseph) Next Steps and Funding (Dvira, Joseph)
Host: CQIQC at UofT and The Helen Diller Quantum Center at Technion - Israel Institute of Technology