The 20th Quantum Information Technology Symposium (QIT20)
Scope of the Symposium: This symposium is on quantum information
science, which is a new interdisciplinary area of information science and
Presentations can be given in English as well as in Japanese.
Important notice 1 (2009.5.19 updated)
Announcement of measures to prevent the spread of influenza A (H1N1)
Important notice 2
The main conference site has been changed from the Satake Memorial Hall
to the Reception Hall on the 2nd floor in the "Faculty Club" house ( next to the Satake Memorial Hall ).
QIT20 Circular (PDF)
- Date: May 21-22, 2009
- Venue: Faculty Club, Higashi-Hiroshima Campus, Hiroshima University
- Expected number of participants:300
- Early registration fee (banquet excluded) : 4000 yen (Student 1000 yen)
- Banquet fee: 4500 yen (Student: 3500 yen)
- Payment should be made by bank transfer by May15, 2009.
- On-site cash payment:
- Registration fee: 5000 yen (Student 2000 yen)
- Banquet fee: 5000 yen (Student: 4000 yen)
- Invited Talks:
- Seiji Kawamura ( NAOJ ) "Standard Quantum limit in an interferometric gravitational-wave detector"
- Norikazu Mizuochi ( Tsukuba University/JST PRESTO ) "Quantum information processing by the single NV center in diamond"
- Jeremy L. O`BrieniUniversity of Bristol j"Quantum information science with photons on a chip"
- Tutorial Talk:
- Franco Nori ( University of Michigan/RIKEN )"Designing superconducting qubit circuits that exhibit atomic-physics-like phenomena on a chip"
- Topics: (Submissions may be refereed according to the number of applications.)
- quantum computation
- quantum algorithm
- quantum computation models
- quantum complexity theory
- quantum programming language
- geometric quantum computing
- quantum computing devices
- optical quantum computing
- solid state quantum computing
- NMR quantum computing
- quantum information
- quantum cryptography
- quantum communication
- quantum estimation
- quantum measurement
- quantum tomography
- completely positive maps
- quantum error correction
- quantum noise
- quantum coding theory
- fault-tolerant quantum computing
- quantum entanglement
- entanglement theory
- entanglement manipulation
- quantum teleportation
- quantum optics
- single photon generation
- entanglement production
- photon state control
- photon detection
- condensed matter physics
- relativistic quantum information theory
Mar. 16 (Mon.), 2009 for oral presentation
Apr. 3 (Fri.), 2009 for poster presentation
Apr. 10 (Fri.), 2009 for manuscript submission
Apr. 24 (Fri.), 2009 for Web registration
May 15 (Fri.), 2009 for bank transfer
- For further information, please contact ORGANIZING COMMITTEE(E-mail: ):
- Yutaka Kadoya (Hiroshima Univ.)
- Holger F. Hofmann (Hiroshima Univ.)
- Masataka Iiunma (Hiroshima Univ.)
- Sponsored by Quantum Information Technology Committee (The Institute of
Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers)
Chairman: Masahide Sasaki (NICT)
- Cosponsored by Professional Group of Quantum Electronics, the Japan Scociety of Applied Physics.
Program(PDF) (updated on May 13, 2009)
- Privacy Notice
- QIT 20 uses the personal information provided by registrants
to organize the symposium properly and to communicate with registrants.
- All the personal information provided for QIT20, including all duplicates,
will be deleted after QIT20.
- Contact address for an inquiry about personal information collection:
@Organizers of Quantum Information Technology Committee
- The following is the URL for registration.
The linked page has a different URL form the present one.
Information on bank transfer
- The registration number and the bank transfer information will be sent via E-mail after you finish the web registration.