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International Symposium on Quantum Physics and Quantum Information Sciences 2021(QPQIS2021)

Theme : Progress of Fundamental Research
in Quantum Computation

Welcome to The 3rd International Symposium on Quantum Physics and Quantum Information Sciences (QPQIS2021), hosted by Beijing Academy of Quantum Information Sciences (BAQIS) on 2nd-3rd December 2021 (Beijing Time).

QPQIS2021 will focus on "Progress of Fundamental Research in Quantum Computation" . Quantum computation is at the core of quantum science and technology, and expected to provide revolutionary solutions for many real-world issues which are too complex to be solved by classical computing. Quantum computing based on different platforms has made tremendous progress in recent years, indicating a promising future in this field. The main topics of QPQIS2021 include: improvements of materials and fabrication processes of quantum computing systems, control systems, qubit and gate manipulations, error correction methods, architectures, quantum algorithms, software stacks, etc., with regard to major realization schemes of quantum computing such as superconducting, trapped-ion, semiconductor, photonic, spin, topological qubits.

QPQIS-2021 brings together 19 world-leading theoretical and experimental research scientists as invited speakers to share their most recent progress.

QPQIS2021 also features a poster session, which will allow an extended group of scientists, especially young scholars working at the forefront of quantum computing research to share their latest results.

All talks of QPQIS2021 will be broadcast live to the global research community via the internet.

Organizing Committee


Chair: Qi-Kun Xue (BAQIS / SUSTech),Tao Xiang (BAQIS / Institute of Physics, CAS).

Member: Heng Fan (Institute of Physics, CAS / BAQIS), Ke He (Tsinghua Univ. / BAQIS), Dong Liu (Tsinghua Univ. / BAQIS), Gui-Lu Long (Tsinghua Univ. / BAQIS), Tian Pei (BAQIS), Hao-Hua Wang (Zhejiang Univ.), Hong-Qi Xu (Peking Univ. / BAQIS), Huai-Bin Zhuang (BAQIS).




Invited Speakers









Program




Day 1 / December 2

OPENING CEREMONY (Moderator: Huai-Bin Zhuang | BAQIS)

08:50-09:00 . Opening Speech
Qi-Kun Xue | BAQIS / SUSTech


Session 1 (Session Chair: Gui-Lu Long | Tsinghua Univ. / BAQIS)

8:50-9:00
Opening Speech


9:00-9:45
Quantum Control of Spins in Solids and Its Applications
Jiang-Feng Du | University of Science and Technology of China


9:45-10:30
On Quantum Computational Supremacy
Scott Aaronson | The University of Texas at Austin, USA


10:30-10:45
Tea Break


10:45-11:30
High-fidelity gates in a coupled superconducting-qubit system
Hai-Feng Yu | BAQIS


11:30-12:15
Superconducting quantum computing
Xiao-Bo Zhu | USTC Shanghai Institute for Advanced Studies


12:15-14:00
Lunch / Poster Session



Session 2 (Session Chair: Ke He | Tsinghua Univ. / BAQIS)

14:00-14:45
Quantum computation of molecular structure using data from challenging-to-classically-simulate nuclear magnetic resonance experiments
Tom O'Brien | Google, USA


14:45-15:30
Si platform for implementing spin-based quantum computing
Seigo Tarucha | RIKEN, Japan


15:30-16:15
Progress on trapped ion quantum computing and networking
Lu-Ming Duan | Tsinghua University


16:15-16:30
Tea Break


16:30-17:15
Quantum computing with trapped ions
Ferdinand Shimidt – Kaler | Johannes Gutenberg – Universität Mainz, Germany


17:15-18:00
Experimental simulation of PT-symmetric quantum system using single trapped ion
Wei Zhang | Renmin University of China


18:00-18:45
The next step in Quantum Computing: From NISQ to PISQ
Koen Bertels | KU Leuven/QBee.eu, Belgium

19:30-20:30
Online Poster Discussion


December 3 Friday, Day 2

Session 3 (Session Chair: Heng Fan | IOPCAS / BAQIS)

9:00-9:45
Recent Progress in Coherent Ising Machines
Yoshihisa Yamamoto | NTT Research / Stanford University, USA


9:45-10:30
Photonic quantum computational advantage
Chao-Yang Lu | USTC Shanghai Institute for Advanced Studies


10:30-10:45
Tea Break


10:45-11:30
Developing technologies towards an error-corrected quantum computer
Yu Chen | Google, USA


11:30-12:15
Semiconductor nanolayers: A new platform for developments of quantum and topological devices
Hong-Qi Xu | Peking University / BAQIS


12:15-14:00
Lunch / Poster Session




Session 4 (Session Chair: Tian Pei | BAQIS)

14:00-14:45
Coherent errors in quantum error correction and fault-tolerant quantum computation
Dong Liu | Tsinghua University / BAQIS

14:45-15:30
Perspectives on single atom based scalable silicon quantum computing
Yu He | Southern University of Science and Technology, China


15:30-15:45
Tea Break


15:45-16:30
Deconfinement of Majorana vortex modes in a topological superconductor
Carlo Beenakker | Leiden University, Netherlands


16:30-17:15
Quantum Computation and Simulation -- Spins Inside
Lieven Vandersypen | Delft University / QuTech, Netherlands


17:15-18:00
Superconducting quantum computing chip with a vertically accessed two-dimensional array of qubits
Yasunobu Nakamura | University of Tokyo, Japan


CLOSING CEREMONY (Moderator: Huai-Bin Zhuang | BAQIS)

18:00-18:05
Closing Remarks
Hong-Qi Xu | Peking Univ. / BAQIS


18:05-18:15
Announcement of Best Poster Awards
Tao Xiang | BAQIS / IOPCAS



Register


QPQIS2021 is to be held in Hybrid Format. You may choose to register as an IN-PERSON or ONLINE ONLY attendee.



Two days (December 2-3, 2021, Beijing time)
19 live talks by world top scientists
followed by discussions with Q&A
9+ hours of live sessions each day
Poster Sessions of two days
providing great opportunities to network with fellow scholars

Due to the current measures for COVID-19 containment, we have to restrict IN-PERSON participants to those who have been granted access to BAQIS building on a regular basis for work or collaboration. We'd like to remind IN-PERSON participants to bring your BAQIS badge for access to the BAQIS Building. Participants without a BAQIS badge are invited to attend the conference ONLINE.

For other information on attending the meeting, including measures to prevent COVID-19, please refer to our FAQ page.



Poster Sessions

Poster sessions are designed for QPQIS-2021 to allow opportunities for an extended group of scientists, especially young scholars working at the forefront of quantum computing research, to share their latest results.  

Poster sessions are available for both online or in-person attendees. Poster presenters are encouraged to attend the meeting IN-PERSON for the best results of academic exchange, while ONLINE ONLY posters are also very welcome.

You are welcome to submit your poster by sending an email to: qpqis@baqis.ac.cn after a successful registration. Please read carefully about the requirements for poster submission here: Poster Information.

Posters accepted by QPQIS2021 committee will be available to view both online and onsite at our Poster Exhibition Hall.

Poster Gallery



QPQIS2020




Read More on what happened last year.


Contact


For further information please forward all enquiries to:
Dr. Min ZHOU
Email: qpqis@baqis.ac.cn

Public Transportation
By bus: Take Line 570, 333, 963, 909, 982, 902 to HouchangcunLu bus stop后厂村路 (400m from BAQIS)
By subway: Take Line 16 to XiBeiWang Subway Station 地铁西北旺站 (2km from BAQIS).



About BAQIS

Beijing Academy of Quantum Information Sciences (BAQIS) was established on December 24, 2017. Partnering with top research institutions such as Tsinghua University, Peking University, and Chinese Academy of Sciences, etc., BAQIS is taking advantages of the most favorable strength for quantum information research in Beijing.  

BAQIS aims at developing the world first class innovative research institution, standing at the forefront of quantum physics and quantum information sciences research. It runs with a management model of international standard, integrates strength resources from all partnering institutions, vigorously introduces global top talents to form the research teams. The research teams are to be led by scientists with potential for strategic scientific and technological innovations, and supported by highly expertized engineers, and provided with world class experimental platforms. It strives to achieve world class results in the fundamental research of quantum state of matter, quantum communication and computation, quantum materials and devices, quantum precision measurement.