Engineering Nonequilibrium Dynamics of Open Quantum Systems

International Workshop
17 - 21 June 2019

This workshop aims to consolidate and unify the emerging body of work in two areas:
(i) nonequilibrium quantum dynamics of noisy and open systems, and
(ii) driving quantum systems with tailored time-dependent protocols.
The themes of the event include the speed limits of nonunitary dynamics, quantum simulations with engineered protocols and platforms, optimal control, and quantum sensing and metrology.

Topics include

  • Open quantum system
  • Quantum speed limits
  • Nonequilibrium universality
  • Quantum optimal control
  • Kibble-Zurek scaling
  • Shortcuts to Adiabaticity
  • Quantum Sensing
  • Dissipation
  • Decoherence
  • Quantum Simulations
  • Quantum Annealing

Invited speakers

Sahar Alipour (FI)
Howard Carmichael (NZ)
Aurelia Chenu (US)
Ines de Vega (DE)
Inigo Egusquiza (ES)
Rosario Fazio (IT)
Juan José García-Ripoll (ES)
Ryusuke Hamazaki (JP)
Susana F. Huelga (DE)
Fedor Jelezko (DE)
Igor Lesanovsky (UK)
Eric Lutz (DE)
Miguel-Angel Martin-Delgado (ES)
Anatoli Polkovnikov (US)
Tomasz Prosen (SI)
Lorenza Viola (US)
James Wootton (CH)
Paolo Zanardi (US)

Scientific Coordinators

Adolfo del Campo
(Ikerbasque & Donostia International Physics Center, Donostia-San Sebastián, Spain)

Martin B. Plenio
(Ulm University, Ulm, Germany)

Armin Rahmani
(Western Washington University, Bellingham, USA)

Organisation

Maria Voigt
(Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden, Germany)

Application

The deadline for applications was 28 February 2019. The call for applications is closed.

Scientific Program

The scientific program is online.

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