Workshop Quantum Information and the Frontiers of Quantum Theory
Lyon, June 27th-June 30th
The main theme of this workshop is about questioning the frontiers of quantum theory with a quantum information perspective. In particular, we plan to cover topics such as
spacetime and quantum theory (in particular information in black holes and quantum clocks),
observer physics (in particular thought experiments involving quantum observers, emergence of classicality)
mathematical theories beyond quantum (in particular generalized probabilistic theories).
Alexandre Feller (Lille)
Jonas Haferkamp (Berlin)
Ravi Kunjwal (Brussels)
Nuriya Nurgalieva (Zurich)
Yihui Quek (Berlin)
Daniel Stilck França (Lyon)
David Sutter (Zurich)
Freek Witteveen (Amsterdam)
Mischa Woods (Zurich/Grenoble)
Here is a schedule of covered topics
June 27th: quantum computing
June 28th: spacetime and quantum theory
June 29th: observer physics; contributed talks
June 30th: generalized probabilistc theories; contributed talks
and a more detailed schedule.
Jonas Haferkamp, Linear growth of quantum circuit complexity
Talks will take place in Amphi B (3rd floor) at Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS) de Lyon.
How to get to ENS?
Lists of registered participants
Aymen Al Marjani
Nicolás Medina Sánchez
Daniel Stilck França
Trinh Xuan Du
The workshop is part of a trimester
PhysMathLyon organized by the