Quantum science and technology has become a major pillar of modern scientific research, driven by massive investments of the public and the private sector. The field promises a new quantum era, where quantum information transmission and processing, as well as quantum sensing technologies, will bring about a profound transformation in our technological capabilities across a vast range of economic activities.
Training the new quantum-agile workforce has become an urgent priority worldwide. This week-long summer school will feature:
- Prof. Adesso (quantum information),
- Prof. Fabre (quantum optics),
- Prof. Kominis (quantum metrology & quantum biology),
- Prof. Makris (non-hermitian physics),
- Dr. Skotiniotis (quantum metrology), and
- Prof. Tsironis (nonlinear physics and machine learning).
Besides formal training on modern concepts of quantum optical states, quantum measurements, open quantum systems, quantum resource theories, quantum parameter estimation, quantum noise, and quantum ΑΙ, the school will include interactive problem solving sessions led by Dr. Gasbarri (open quantum systems & gravity), as well as mini research projects by the participants. Finally, the school will provide ample time for social interactions between lecturers and participants.
Senior undergraduate and graduate students (Masters, PhD) are welcome to apply.
Organization: University of Crete - Institute of Theoritical and Computational Physics - Prof. Ioannis Kominis, email email@example.com
Application: Ms. Eleni Kandidaki - email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Venue: 3rd Floor Seminar Room - Department of Physics - University of Crete - Heraklion 70013 - Greece
Fee: 125euros (covers lunches and school dinner)