Program

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November 24th. (Saturday)

1st Session Chair: Etsuo Segawa
9:25-9:30 Opening Remark
9:30-10:30 Jingbo Wang The University of Western Australia [Invited Talk] Quantum walks, physical implementation and potential applications
10:30-11:30 Norio Konno Yokohama National University [Invited Talk] A universality class of quantum walks on graphs
11:30-12:00 Tatsuya Tate Nagoya University Asymptotics of quantum walks on the line
12:00-13:30 Lunch
2nd Session Chair: Jingbo Wang
13:30-15:00 Poster Session
15:00-15:30 Fabrice Debbasch UPMC Quantum walks with random coefficients and relativistic stochastic processes
15:30-16:00 Clement Ampadu Convergent Behavior of the Pauli Quantum Walk on the Line
16:00-16:30 Coffee Break
3rd Session Chair: Nobuaki Obata
16:30-17:00 Iwao Sato Oyama National College of Technology On the cube of the transition matrix of a discrete-time quantum walk on a graph
17:00-17:30 Tetsuji Taniguchi Matsue College of Technology On the smallest eigenvalue of graphs and Hoffman graphs
17:30-18:00 Hyoung-In Lee Research Institute of Mathematics Dynamics of cascaded decays associated with negative-binomial probability
18:00-18:30 Sho Suda International Christian University Complex mutually unbiased bases and Sic-POVMs from the viewpoint of complex spherical designs and association schemes

Poster Session

Mahmood Irtiza Hussain Peking University Controlling the Quantum Entanglement Dynamics in Atomic Systmes
Giuseppe Davide Paparo Universidad Complutense de Madrid Google in a Quantum Network
Shahid Raza S. R. CONSULTANTS (PVT) LTD TBA
Choucki Zegadi University of Tokyo Characterization of ZnO:Fe and ZnO: Al thin films deposited by the Sol?Gel
Bichang Xia City University of Hong Kong Relative entropy of quantum entangled states
Choon-Lin Ho Tamkang University Generalized Rayleigh and Jacobi processes and exceptional orthogonal polynomials
Mehdi Sharifi Peking University The effect of coherent and incoherent pumping fields on the group velocity in a four-level atomic system
Etsuo Segawa Tohoku University Relation between quantum walks and quantum graphs
Yasutaka Hanada Tokyo Metropolitan University Wave packet recurrence in strongly chaotic systems
Tatsuaki Wada Ibaraki University Anomalous slow diffusion in nonlinear quantum walks
Guang-Yin Chen National Cheng-Kung University Violating Leggett-Garg Inequality for a Delocalized State
Giuseppe Di Molfetta UPMC PARIS 6 Continuous limit of DTQW with single and double steps in time
Yusuke Ide Kanagawa University Time averaged probability of DTQWs on the path with general coin
Ozgur Mustecaplioglu Koc University Squeezed States in Discrete Time Quantum Walk with Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers
Takuya Machida Meiji University Relation between a limit distribution of a quantum walk and the Heun equation

November 25th. (Sunday)

4th Session Chair: Peng Xue
9:30-10:30 Andreas Schreiber University of Paderborn [Invited Talk] Time multiplexed photonic quantum walks
10:30-11:30 Ivan Kassal University of Queensland [Invited Talk] Modelling photosynthesis with quantum walks
11:30-12:00 Peter Rohde Macquarie University Optical multi-walker quantum walks
12:00-13:30 Lunch
5th Session Chair: Ivan Kassal
13:30-14:00 Leo Matsuoka Japan Atomic Energy Agency Implementation of continuous-time quantum walk in a diatomic molecule by a train of non-resonant optical pulses
14:00-14:30 Salvador Venegas-Andraca Tecnolegico de Monterrey [Invited Talk] Quantum image processing: motivation, definitions and quantum-walk based morphological operators (Teleconference)
14:30-15:00 Armando Perez Universidad de Valencia & IFIC Controlling quantum walks with the help of dispersion relations
15:00-15:30 Christopher Cedzich Leibnitz University Hannover Quantum Walks with electric fields
15:30-16:00 Can Riza Afacan Istanbul Technical University Quantum Walk in optical lattices
16:00-16:30 Coffee Break
6th Session Chair: Ozgur Mustecaplioglu
16:30-17:30 Dieter Meschede University of Bonn [Invited Talk] Electric Quantum Walks
17:30-18:30 Nobuyuki Takei Institute for Molecular Science [Invited Talk] Ultrafast coherent control of an ultracold Rydberg gas
19:30- Banquet at Kuishinbo-Taro Okazaki-Minami Branch 5000 JPY / Person

November 26th. (Monday)

7th Session Chair: Norio Konno
9:30-10:30 Philippe Blanchard Bielefeld University [Invited Talk] Decoherence in Infinite Quantum Systems
10:30-11:30 Peng Xue Southeast University [Invited Talk] Implementing quantum walks
11:30-12:00 Carlo Di Franco Queen's University Belfast Two-dimensional quantum walk with reduced experimental resources
12:00-13:30 Lunch
8th Session Chair: Yutaka Shikano
13:30-14:00 Ramij Rahaman University of Gdansk Dual benefit of continuous variable quantum games
14:00-14:30 Pawel Kurzynski Centre for Quantum Technologies Quantum walk as a generalized measuring device
14:30-17:00 Free Discussion