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Principles and applications of quantum control engineering

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Starts:

December
122011

09:00

Ends:

December
132011

18:00

Location

Kavli Royal Society Centre, Chicheley Hall, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, MK16 9JJ

Overview

Image courtesy of Dr Hendra Nurdin

Organised by Professor John Gough, Professor Matthew James, Professor Hideo Mabuchi, Professor Ian Walmsley and Professor Klaus Mølmer


Quantum control aims to provide the mathematical and theoretical framework which will underpin emerging quantum technologies: it sets about extending traditional engineering concepts, such as optimality, feedback, stability, robustness, filtering, etc., to the quantum domain. This meeting will bring together scientists and engineers (theoreticians and experimentalists) to review the major developments, and to identify the opportunities and challenges ahead.

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Schedule of talks

Session 1

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Controlling quantum systems by looking at them

Professor Klaus Mølmer, University of Aarhus, Denmark

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Feedback control of a quantum oscillator revisited

Professor Andrew Doherty, University of Sydney, Australia

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Quantum measurements in continuous time, non Markovian evolutions and feedback

Professor Alberto Barchielli, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

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Rapid purification of quantum systems by measurement and control

Professor Howard Wiseman, Griffith University, Australia

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Controlling the light-matter interface

Professor Ian Walmsley FRS, University of Oxford, UK

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Hiking over quantum control landscapes

Professor Herschel Rabitz, Princeton University, USA

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On structure preserving transformations of the Ito generator matrix for model reduction of quantum feedback networks

Dr Hendra Nurdin, Australian National University, Australia

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Session 3

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Absolute stability of quantum systems

Professor Ian Petersen, University of New South Wales, Australia

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Quantum-coherent feedback in photonic circuits

Professor Hideo Mabuchi, Stanford University, USA

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Quantum filtering for systems driven by fields in non-classical states using non-Markovian embeddings

Professor Matthew James, Australian National University, Australia

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The series product and feedback reduction in quantum Markov control models

Professor John Gough, Aberystwyth University, UK

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Session 4

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Asymptotic inference in system identification for the atom maser

Dr Madalin Guta, Nottingham University, UK

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Pure Gaussian state generation via dissipation: a quantum stochastic differential equation approach

Dr Naoki Yamamoto, Keio University, Japan

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Quantum state stabilization with Markovian dissipative dynamics

Professor Lorenza Viola, Dartmouth College, USA

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The characterisation of quantum systems

Dr Daniel Oi, Strathclyde University, UK

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Principles and applications of quantum control engineering Kavli Royal Society Centre, Chicheley Hall Newport Pagnell Buckinghamshire MK16 9JJ
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