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nov. 11, 2019

At Hotel Château Bromont

Organizers :
     Éva Dupont Ferrier, Université de Sherbrooke
     Dave Touchette, Université de Sherbrooke

90, rue Stanstead, Bromont QC J2L 1K6
Téléphone : 1 800 304 3433

Note : The INTRIQ Business meeting (reserved for members) will be held in room "Salle des cantons" on November 11th from 9h30 to 10h30

Meeting program

November 11th

10h30 - 10h55  Registration

10h55 - 11h00  Opening remarks (Salon A)

11h00 - 11h45  Pr Frédéric Dupuis, Université de Montréal
                         Purely quantum polar codes 

11h45 - 12h05  Marco David, Student, McGill University
                         QED. The Quest to Formally Verify Mathematics

12h05 - 13h30  Lunch  (Dining room - 4 Canards)

13h30 - 14h15  Dr Louis Gaudreau, National Research Council (NRC) - Ottawa
                         Entanglement distribution via coherent photon-to-spin conversion in semiconductor quantum dot circuits

14h15 - 14h45  Dr Joel Griesmar, Université de Sherbrooke
                         A mesoscopic spectrometer based on the Josephson effect

14h45 - 15h15  Coffee break  (Salon B)

15h15 - 15h45  Dr Stephane Virally, Polytechnique Montréal
                          Quantum optics in the time domain 

15h45 - 16h25  Industry & Startups in quantum technologies
                              Dr Félix Beaudoin, Les Technologies Nanoacademic Inc (www.nanoacademic.com)
                              Dr David  Roy-Guay, SB Quantum (www.sbquantum.com)
                              Pr David Poulin, Microsoft (0pen positions at Microsoft)

16h25 - 17h00  Equity, diversity & inclusion (minutes and photos of the workshop)

17h00 -             Poster session with refreshments (Salon B)

19h30 -             INTRIQ dinner (Knowlton room)

 

November 12th

  8h30 -  9h00  Pr Anne Broadbent, Université d'Ottawa
                          Quantum encryption with certified deletion

 9h00 - 10h00  Dr Tomas Jochym-O'Connor, IBM - Yorktown Heights, New York
                        Disjointness in stabilizer codes

10h00 - 10h30  Coffee break (Salon B)

10h30 - 11h30 Pr Signe Seidelin, Institut NEEL CNRS/UGA
                        Rare-Earth Doped Crystals for strain-coupled optomechanics

11h30 - 12h00  Dr Erika Janitz, McGill University
                         Cavity-Enhanced Photon Emission from a Single Germanium-Vacancy Center in a Diamond Membrane

12h00 - 13h30  Lunch  (Dining room - 4 Canards)

13h30 - 14h00  Pr Jérôme Bourassa, Cégep de Granby
                         Quantum illumination : exploiting quantum correlations when entanglement is lost

14h00 - 14h30  Dr Thomas Baker, Université de Sherbrooke
                          Modeling superconducting circuits with a tensor network

14h30 - 15h00  Dr Anirban Chowdhury, Université de Sherbrooke
                          Simulating thermal physics on quantum computers

15h00 - 15h30  Questions and answers

15h30 - 15h40  Closing remarks

mai 29, 2019

Colloque scientifique au congrès de l'Acfas, mercredi le 29 mai 2019

L’information quantique : avancées fondamentales et possibilités technologiques

Organisateurs :
     Professeure Anne Broadbent, Université d'Ottawa
     Professeur Stéphane Kéna-Cohen, Polytechnique Montréal

janv. 8, 2019

CONFETI (CONFérence ÉTudiante de l'INTRIQ) is a yearly student conference sponsored by the INTRIQ. It attracts graduate students and post-docs in the fields of physics, mathematics, computer science and engineering working on quantum computing related projects.

Where and when
The conference will take place on January 8-10, 2019 at the Hôtel Château Bromont in Bromont, Québec.

Schedule
Click here

Registration
Click here

 

Rencontres INTRIQ

nov. 2, 2015
Posté par : Marc Leclair

L'essor de l’information quantique. Une conférence en l’honneur de Gilles Brassard


The emergence of quantum information.
A conference in honour of Gilles Brassard
 
For Professor Gilles Bassard’s 60th birthday,
INTRIQ and the Centre de recherches mathématiques (CRM) 
are proud to recognize three deca
des of research in quantum cryptography 
and 
two decades in quantum teleportation as well as
the outstanding contributions of Professor Gilles Brassard 
for the emergence of the field of quantum information science with a series of scientific conferences held at Domaine Château-Bromont and a banquet in Montréal.

 

 Conference Program
Click here

Registration for the scientific conference at Domaine Château-Bromont
Registration for INTRIQ  member
Registration for non-member

Registration for the banquet in Montréal (open until october 27th)
Click here

Biography

Gilles Brassard received a PhD in computer science in 1979 from Cornell University, specifically in cryptography. Since then, he has been a professor at the Université de Montréal and has held the Canada Research Chair in quantum information science since 2001. His Chair has recently been renewed until the end of 2021.

Professor Brassard is interested in all aspects of quantum information science, a field that is at the crossroads of computer science and quantum mechanics. In the late 1970's, he was one of the first researchers to apply quantum mechanical principles to information processing, giving birth to the field of quantum information science at a time when it seemed more like science fiction than science.

His invention of quantum cryptography was hailed in the February 2003 issue of Technology Review, a journal published by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, as one of the « 10 emerging technologies that will change the world ». This makes it possible to communicate in perfect secrecy under the nose of an eavesdropper who has unlimited computational power and whose technology is restricted only by the known laws of physics. This technology, which was initially considered a fringe pursuit at best, has moved from proof-of-principle prototypes to sophisticated apparatus, to commercial venture. Gilles Brassard is also one of the inventors of quantum teleportation, which is universally recognized as a fundamental cornerstone of quantum information science. In 2012, Thomson Reuters predicted that he would one day be awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for this discovery.

In addition to being the former editor-in-chief of the Journal of Cryptology, Professor Brassard has authored three books that have been translated into eight languages and, according to Google Scholar, his scientific articles and books have been cited over 36,000 times. He has been awarded many honours and accolades: most notably, he was the first Canadian to be made a Fellow of the International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR). He has also won both the Gerhard Herzberg Canada Gold Medal for Science and Engineering and the Killam Prize for Natural Sciences, generally considered to be the two most prestigious science prizes in Canada. Professor Gilles Brassard was described as « one of Canada's science superstars » by British astronomer David Darling. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of London and holder of honorary doctorates from the ETH (Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule) of Zurich, the University of Ottawa and the Università della Svizzera italiana, Lugano. He was recently appointed Officer of the Order of Canada.


Events informations

Location
Banquet in Montréal (evening of November 3rd)

Restaurant Le Cercle
3000, Chemin de la côte Sainte-Catherine
6th floor
Montréal

Scientific conference (November 2-3)
Domaine Château-Bromont
(The venue is at the Hôtel, not the Auberge)
9
0, rue Stanstead, Bromont QC J2L 1K6

Téléphone : 1 800 304 3433
Directions 

Transportation

Organizers
 
 Notes
  • The INTRIQ Business meeting will be held in the room Les Cantons on November 2nd from 9h30 to 10h30

 

Invited speakers

Dr Charles H. Bennett
Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY USA
Is there such a thing as private information?

Professor Christopher Fuchs
University of Massachusetts Boston
What Huangjun Zhu would say if he were disguised as Chris Fuchs

Professor Nicolas Gisin
Université de Genève
Quantum Nonlocality with Arbitrary Limited Detection Efficiency and Measurement Dependence

Professor Harry Buhrman
CWI - University of Amsterdam
Quantum position-based cryptography

 


Funding organisations and financial partners
 
 
 
 
 
 



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