University of Tokyo – Australian National University Workshop on Quantum Technology

This is the fourth in a series workshops held in Tokyo and Canberra bringing together quantum technology researchers from the University of Tokyo and the Australian National University. Workshop presentations highlight recent developments in both institutions and is open to the ANU community. The workshop features a Public Lecture by Professor Akira Furusawa, one of the world’s leading quantum computer researchers.

8.30-9.15

Arrival/Registration

9.15-9.30

Opening/Welcome Professor Ian Petersen,

Director, Research School of Engineering, ANU

9.30-10.00

Professor Seigo Tarucha, Univ. of Tokyo

Fast CPHASE and QND using Three Spins in a Triple Quantum Dot

10.00-10.30

Professor Ian Petersen, ANU

A Systems Theory Approach to the Synthesis of Non-Reciprocal Phase-Insensitive

Quantum Amplifiers

10.30-11.00

Coffee

11.00-11.30

Professor Masakazu Sugiyama, Univ. of Tokyo

Challenges in III-V crystal growth and fabrication technology for high-efficiency and low-cost solar cells

11.30-12.00

Professor Antonio Tricoli, ANU

Three-Dimensional Structuring of Optoelectronic Nanomaterials

12.00-2.00

Lunch

2.00-2.30

Professor Lan Fu, ANU

Semiconductor Nanowire based Optoelectronics Towards Quantum Technology

2.30-3.00

Dr Kate Ferguson, ANU

Rare Earth Ion based Quantum Information

3.00-3.15

Coffee

3.15-3.35

Yohei Kojima, Univ. of Tokyo

Towards quantum teleportation with quantum-dot spin qubits

3.35-3.55

Yuki Imazeki, Univ. of Tokyo

3.55-4.15

Warit Asavanant, Univ. of Tokyo

Time-domain multiplexed two-dimensional cluster state for scalable and universal measurement-based quantum computation

 

Public Lecture on Large-scale quantum computing with quantum teleportation at Kambri – Drama Theatre

4.30-5.00

Drinks

5.00-6.00

Professor Akira Furusawa, Univ. of Tokyo

Large-scale quantum computing with quantum teleportation

Date & time

8.30am–4.15pm 25 Feb 2019

Location

Room:Ground floor seminar room 1.33

Contacts

61 2 6125 1874

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