In May we will host a series of seminars; here’s the list (timings and locations will be added).
Tuesday, 15 May 2018
Sofia Zebboudj (University of Bejaia)
“Deterministic measurement device independent quantum key distribution with two secret bits per shared entangled pair”
Tuesday, 22 May 2018
Filippo Troiani (CNR – Modena)
Tuesday, 29 May 2018
Nicola Piovella (University of Milan)
Starting from 1st May, Marco Genoni joined us as tenure-track assistant professor, funded by a “Rita-Levi Montalcini” fellowship for young researchers. Great news for Marco and for the group!
Congratulations! Keep up the good work!
Sofia Zebboudj from University of Bejaia is joining us on Thu 9/5, as a visiting PhD students, to pursue a common project on experimental quantum key distribution. She will stay us for the next two months.
In April we will host a series of seminars; here’s the list (please note the different timings).
Thursday, 5 April 2018 14:00 Aula Polvani (piano 1 LITA)
Alessio Serafini (University College London)
“Quantum Control of Continuous Variables”
Tuesday, 10 April 2018 12:15 Aula Polvani (piano 1 LITA)
Patrick Hofer (Lund University)
“Fundamental limits on low-temperature quantum thermometry”
Monday, 16 April 2018 14.30 Aula Polvani (piano 1 LITA)
Sebastian Deffner (University of Maryland)
“Quantum fluctuation theorems go Quantum Computers”
Tuesday, 17 April 2018 12:15 Aula Polvani (piano 1 LITA)
Nicola Dalla Pozza (University of Padova)
“Naimark extension for phase-measurements”
Tuesday, 24 April 2018 14:30 Aula Ottica Quantistica (piano 5 LITA)
Nathan Shammah (RIKEN, Japan)
“Efficient open-source simulation of open quantum systems with both collective and local dissipation”
On Thur 5 April, 14.00 in Aula Polvani, Alessio Serafini (University College London) is going to deliver a talk about
Quantum Control of Continuous Variables
Continue reading Talk by Alessio Serafini on Thur 5 April
On January 23rd, 2018, Carmen Porto successfully defended her thesis Generation and Detection of Nonclassical States in the Continuous Variable Regime, thus obtaining her PhD degree from the University of Milan.
We congratulate with Carmen for this important achievement in her research career and we wish her all the best for the future. Well done Carmen!
Carmen is going to discuss her PhD thesis on Tue, Jan 23th at 2PM, Aula Consiglio. The title of the thesis is Generation and Detection of Nonclassical States in the Continuous Variable Regime.
On Tue 14 Nov 2017, 12AM, at the Auletta ottica quantistica — (LITA Building, 5th floor), our visitor Ernesto Benítez Rodríguez from the University of Puebla (MX) will give a seminar entitled
“The Sten-Gerlach experiment”.
On Tuesday 7 November 2017 Matteo Rossi defended his thesis on Dynamics and characterization of quantum systems interacting with classical noise and thus obtained his PhD degree from the University of Milan. The thesis is available for download on the Unimi AIR repository.
Congratulations to Matteo for this important achievement in his research career and best of luck for his future. Well done MReds!
Continue reading Congrats to Dr Matteo Rossi!