Probabilistic Methods in Quantum Mechanics

Lyon, 14-16 May 2012

This workshop is dedicated to all probabilistic methods that have interactions or applications in Quantum Physics, with particular focus on Quantum Noises, Quantum Information Theory, Quantum Trajectories, Free Probability Theory, Large Random Matrices. We also hope to have many interactions with Operator Algebra Theory, Operator Space Theory and Convex Analysis.

The workshop will take place at the Institut Camille Jordan of Lyon 1. The workshop starts on Monday 14th May at 9 a.m and finishes  on Wenesday 16th May at 6 p.m.  Participants can arrive sunday evening and leave thursday morning.

Invited speakers

  • Stéphane Attal (University Lyon 1)
  • Guillaume Aubrun (University Lyon 1)
  • Teodor Banica (University Cergy)
  • Alexander Belton (Lancaster University)
  • Tristan Benoist (E.N.S. Paris)
  • François Chapon (University Toulouse)
  • Benoit Collins (C.N.R.S Lyon 1)
  • Jason Crann (Carleton University)
  • Mickael de la Salle (C.N.R.S. Besançon)
  • Julien Deschamps (University Lyon 1)
  • Yoann Dabrowski (University Lyon 1)
  • Motohisa Fukuda (Technische Universität München)
  • Uwe Franz (University Besançon)
  • Dragi Karevski (University Nancy)
  • Claus Koestler (Aberystwyth University)
  • Camille Male (E.N.S. Lyon)
  • Ion Nechita (University Toulouse)
  • Clément Pellegrini (University Toulouse)
  • Gilles Pisier (Texas A&M University)
  • René Schott (IECN University Nancy)
  • Yanqi Qiu (University Paris 6)
  • Karol Życzkowski (Jagiellonian University, Cracow)
  • Program

    Time Table

    Practical Informations



    There are no registration fees for this meeting. Participation is open, but you must register by sending an email to one of the organizers.


    The funding for this workshop has been provided by the following grants