Quantum Research and Education in Europe and in Ukraine
27‑28 July 2022, Kyiv, Ukraine
The future is quantum and quantum technology is an emerging field of physics and engineering that promises enormous advancements in computation, communication, and sensing. Quantum technology is the mainstream in physical research and multiple governments in Europe and from around the world have established programmes to explore it while in Ukraine the research groups working in this field are rather scattered.
The Workshop aims to help to establish a quantum research and education community in Ukraine and to boost quantum technology development, opening new horizons in research and engaging young researchers to the field.
Supported by European colleagues, the Workshop will provide a forum
- to highlight the state of the art in quantum technologies in Europe for researchers and students;
- to bring together Ukrainian researchers involved/interested in both research and education in quantum technology to exchange their experience and discuss ideas of further development;
- to overview and discuss opportunities of strengthening international collaboration during and after the war.
The Workshop will be held via Zoom. Registration https://forms.gle/Re2tVoTokXQucDUE9 is required as Zoom information will be sent to registrants.
The list of invited talks is preliminar. If you are involved in either research or education in the field of modern quantum technology and wish to present your results/team/educational program, register the title of your talk. The only requirement, it should be at the level of bachelor students, which are also invited to join.
- Quantum computation.
- Physical implementations of quantum computers and its components.
- Quantum simulations.
- Quantum communication.
- Quantum metrology and quantum sensing.
- Quantum foundations.
- Quantum optics for modern quantum technologies.
- Quantum materials for modern quantum technologies.
- Atomic and molecular physics for modern quantum technologies.
- Quantum thermodynamics.
All the recorded talks are on YouTube: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSGP3r1iKksPV6AGAYX_-tRu9gQl7JMQV
Registered Invited Talks
Marcus Huber (TU Wien) Thermodynamic limits to measurements
Armando Rastelli (Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria) Semiconductor nanostructures for quantum science and technology
Arkadiusz Kosior (University of Innsbruck) Continous time crystals in optical cavities
Mehul Malik (Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland) High-Dimensional Quantum Photonics: Pushing the limits of Quantum Technologies
Djeylan Aktas (Slovak academy of science IPSAS) Quantum communication for future Slovak Network
Mario Ziman (Research Center for Quantum Information, Institute of Physics of Slovak Academy of Sciences) Quantum Technology research initiatives in Slovakia
Paolo Villoresi (University of Padova, Italy) Quantum Communications in Space
Christian Marciniak (Universität Innsbruck) Quantum simulation, computation and communication with trapped ions in Innsbruck
Igor Dotsenko (Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, Collège de France, Paris, France) Quantum simulator on circular Rydberg atoms
Marco Bellini (Istituto Nazionale di Ottica - CNR, Italy) Photon-by-photon engineering of quantum light states
Abuzer Yakaryilmaz (QWorld Association & University of Latvia) QWorld | Creating opportunities to join the second quantum revolution
Paweł Gora (University of Warsaw & Quantum AI Foundation) Solving Vehicle Routing Problem using Quantum Computing
Araceli Venegas-Gomez (QURECA) Quantum Education Resources
Radim Filip (Palacky University Olomouc) Nonclassical and Quantum non-Gaussian States of Light and Matter: Fundamentals and Applications
Vitaly Shumeiko (Chalmers University of Technology) Wallenberg Centre for Quantum Technology at Chalmers
Simon Goorney (Aarhus University) Support for Ukraine from the Quantum Technology Education European community
Francesco Basso Basset (Sapienza University of Rome) Entangled photons from quantum dots, a resource for quantum communication
Andreas Trügler (Know-Center, University of Technology Graz) Merging quantum and classical cryptography
Filip Maciejewski (Center for Theoretical Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences) Efficient learning and benchmarking of readout noise cross-talk models in near-term quantum devices
Tommaso Calarco (Forschungszentrum Jülich) Building quantum technologies: from control to cooperation
Robert Fickler (Tampere University) Finland Quantum Photonics using Structured Photons
Presentations from Ukrainian teams
Volodymyr Tkachuk (Ivan Franko National University of Lviv) Studies of properties of physical systems on IBM's quantum computer
Khrystyna Gnatenko (Ivan Franko National University of Lviv) Educational program "Quantum computing and quantum programming" at the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv
Danylo Yakymenko (Institute of Mathematics) Algebraic structures for quantum algorithms and protocols
Andrii Sotnikov (Kharkiv Institute of Physics and Technology) Perspectives of ultracold atomic gasses as universal quantum simulators
Quantum optics / Quantum metrology
Leonid Yatsenko (Institute of Physics) Recent Quantum Optical Research at the Department of Coherent and Quantum Optics of the Institute of Physics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Andrii Semenov (Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics) Fundamental and applied issues in theoretical quantum optics
Anatoliy Negriyko (Institute of Physics) Experimental researches on Quantum metrology in Institute of Physics NAS Ukraine
Igor Dmitruk (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv) Educational and scientific program "Quantum Computers, Computing and Information" at the Faculty of Physics of KNU is based on a solid foundation of theoretical physics and photonics
Konstantin Lukin (O.Ya. Usikov Institute for Radiophysics and Electronics of NASU) Quantum Radar and Quantum Noise Radar
Quantum materials / Superconducting quantum devices
Volodymyr Shnyrkov (Kyiv Academic University) Superconducting qubits based electronics
Sergey Shevchenko (Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering) Nonadiabatic Landau-Zener-Stuckelberg-Majorana transitions, dynamics, and interference
Mikhail Belogolovskii (Kyiv Academic University) Novel superconducting devices for quantum sensors and metrology
Alexander Kordyuk (Kyiv Academic University) Quantum research and education in Kyiv Academic University
Previous Quantum Events
KAU Quantum Seminar (2020-2022)