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November 16th (Monday)

9:30- Registration
1st Session Chair: Yutaka Shikano
9:50-10:00 Opening Remarks
10:00-11:00 Carlo Di Franco Imperial College London, UK [Invited Talk] Novel approach for the implementation of quantum walks in linear-optics setups
11:00-11:30 Hideo Sekino Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan Quantum Walk and Wavefunction
11:30-12:00 Nouredine Zettili Alfaisal University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia A Computational Method for Solving the Schrodinger Equation for a System of N Interacting Fermions
12:00-13:30 Lunch
2nd Session Chair: Norio Konno
13:30-14:00 Alessandro Tosini Universita degli Studi di Pavia, Italy Quantum walks without coin: a link between the properties of a graph and the admissible walks over it
14:00-14:30 Akito Suzuki Shinshu University, Japan Asymptotic behavior of a position-dependent quantum walk
14:30-15:30 Jake Fillman Virginia Tech University, USA [Invited Talk] Spreading Estimates for Quantum Walks via Resolvent Estimates
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break
3rd Session Chair: Nobuaki Obata
16:00-17:00 Ludwig Streit Universitat Bielefeld, Germany
Universidade da Madeira, Portugal
[Invited Talk] Self-Avoiding Random Walks with Long Range Memory
17:00-17:30 Hideo Mitsuhashi Utsunomiya University, Japan The discrete-time quaternionic quantum walk and the second weighted zeta function on a graph
17:30-18:00 Antonin Hoskovec FNSPE CTU in Prague Selective dynamical decoupling for quantum state transfer

November 17th (Tuesday)

4th Session Chair: Carlo Di Franco
10:00-11:00 Takeshi Fukuhara RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science (CEMS), Japan [Invited Talk] Entanglement generation through single-magnon quantum walks
11:00-11:30 Peng Xue Southeast University, China Generalized quantum measurements with photonic quantum walks
11:30-12:00 Fulvio Flamini La Sapienza - University of Rome, Italy Quantum suppression law in a 3-D photonic circuit implementing the Fast Fourier Transform
12:00-13:30 Lunch
5th Session
13:30-15:00 Poster Session
15:00-15:30 Coffee Break
6th Session Chair: Etsuo Segawa
15:30-16:30 Igor Jex Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic [Invited Talk] Photons walking the line
16:30-17:30 Renato Portugal National Laboratory of Scientific Computing - LNCC, Brazil [Invited Talk] Staggered Quantum Walks
18:00- Banquet at Restaurant "PORTY" on the 3rd floor of University Hall COOP (S1-5)



Poster Session

Keiichi Yokoyama Japan Atomic Energy Agency An industrial application of quantum walk: Isotope separation of radioactive wastes
Hyoung-In Lee Seoul National University Nanowire plasmonics: collective behaviors affected by energy exchange on flatlands
Yueh-Nan Chen National Cheng-Kung University Quantifying Temporal Steering Provides a Practical Measure of Strong Non-Markovianity
Jiri Maryska Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering Gibbs-like asymptotic states of quantum markov chains
Guang-Yin Chen Dep. of Physics, National Chung Hsing University Plasmonic bio-sensing for the Fenna-Matthews-Olson complex
Iwao Sato Oyama National College of Technology A remark on zeta functions of finite graphs via quantum walks
Leo Matsuoka Hiroshima university Localization in rotational excitation of diatomic molecules induced by a train of optical pulses
Chung-I Chou Chinese Culture University (Taiwan) Simulations of the "Spreading of Rumors" by using a Simple Model based on Quantum Walk
Yusuke Fukushima Ibaraki University A discrete model of electrical transmission lines for quantum walks
Takako Endo Ochanomizu University (& Paris 6) Stationary measure of one-dimensional quantum walk with defects
Takako Endo Ochanomizu University (& Paris 6) Relation between two-phase quantum walks and the topological invariant
Etsuo Segawa Tohoku University Szego class and ballistic spreading of quantum walks
Kaname Matsue The Institute of Statistical Mathematics Quantum walks on simplicial complexes
Yusuke Ide Kanagawa University Entropies for discrete-time quantum walks and open quantum walks on the line
Raqueline A. M. Santos University of Latvia Searching with Szegedy's quantum walk by flipping marked vertices
Akihide Miyazaki Toyohashi University of Technology Error control of Quantum Walk
Ken Mochizuki Hokkaido University Topological phases and enhancement of edge states in PT symmetric quantum walks with gain and loss
Przemyslaw Sadowski Instytut Informatyki Teoretycznej i Stosowanej Polskiej Akademii Nauk Lively quantum walks
Masato Takei Yokohama National University Periodicity for the Hadamard walk on cycles
Takashi Komatsu Mathematical Institute, Tohoku University Limiting distributions of discrete-time quantum walks on the square lattice
Kei Saito Yokohama National University The probability distribution of the quaternionic quantum walk
Kei Saito Yokohama National University Quantum walks on truncated graphs
Seiya Yoshida Yokohama National University Stationary measures of discrete time quantum walks on cycles

November 18th (Wednesday)

7th Session Chair: Yusuke Ide
10:00-11:00 Choon-Lin Ho Tamkang University, Taiwan [Invited Talk] Quantum Walk in Periodic Potential on a Line and a Model of Interacting Opinions
11:00-11:30 Martin Stefanak Czech Technical University In Prague, Czech Public Percolation assisted excitation transport in discrete-time quantum walks
11:30-12:00 Tamas Kiss Wigner Research Centre for Physics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences , Hungary Asymptotic dynamics of quantum walks on percolation lattices
12:00-13:30 Lunch
8th Session Chair: Takuya Machida
13:30-14:00 Alessandro Bisio University of Pavia, Italy Quantum Walks, Quantum Fields and Relativity
14:00-14:30 Janos Asboth Wigner Research Centre for Physics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences , Hungary Quantum walks vs Periodically Driven Hamiltonians: topological classification
14:30-15:00 Hideaki Obuse Hokkaido University, Japan Topological phases of one-dimensional Hadamard walks and non-unitary quantum walks
15:00-15:30 Christopher Cedzich Institute for Theoretical Physics, Leibniz Universitat Hannover, Germany Revivals in Quantum Walks with quasi-periodically time-dependent coin
15:30-18:00 Free Discussion