Quantum Interactive Dynamics

International Workshop
12 - 15 March 2024

The natural evolution implemented by Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum (NISQ) devices is a quantum interactive dynamics generated by a combination of unitary gates and measurements. These platforms provide an opportunity to explore vastly larger parts of the Hilbert space and go beyond what can be realized in purely unitary systems. The aim of this workshop is to have focussed discussions about the recent theoretical and experimental developments in this context.

Topics include

• Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum (NISQ) devices 

• Measurement based transitions 

• Open quantum systems

• Error correction

• Computational complexity 

• Classical shadows

Confirmed invited speakers

Mari Carmen Bañuls (DE)
Hannes Bernien (US)
Vir Buchlandani (US)
Henrik Dreyer (DE)
Andreas Elben (US)
Samuel Garratt (US)
Katja Klobas (UK)
Barbara Kraus (DE)
Xiao Mi (US)
Tomaž Prosen (SLO)
Tibor Rakovszky (US)
Kevin Smith (US)
Federica Surace (US)
Ruben Verresen (US)
Sagar Vijay (US)
Hongzheng Zhao (CN)
Tianci Zhou (US)

Scientific Coordinators

Roderich Moessner

Frank Pollmann

Adam Smith
(University of Nottingham, UK)

Shivaji Sondhi
(University of Oxford, UK)


Mandy Lochar
(Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden, Germany)


We plan an on-site workshop. Talks and posters will exclusively be
presented on-site.

The registration link will be sent by email as participation will be possible upon invitation only.

Scientific Program

Program structure:

Monday, 11th March - arrival (recommended)

Tuesday, 12th March - Friday, 15th March: scientific program

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