Sydney Quantum Information Theory
20-24 February 2006
The workshop aims to bring
together researchers and students in the Australian quantum information
theory community, along with several international visitors, to
interact and start some new collaborations.
The research focus of
the workshop will be quantum information theory. Although the
majority of the participants are likely to be physicists, researchers
in quantum information theory with backgrounds in computer science,
mathematics, and engineering are very welcome.
The format of the
workshop will be focussed on actively working together on problems,
with a limited number of research talks.
- Robin Blume-Kohout
- Barry Sanders
(University of Calgary)
- Robert Spalek (CWI)
- Jay Gambetta (Yale)
Registration is now
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Coogee is one of Sydney's
inner-city beach suburbs. Attendees should fly to Sydney
Kingsford-Smith Airport. It is only a 10 minute taxi ride from the
airport to Coogee. Alternatively, public transport is easy: use 131500.com.au to plan your trip.
Coogee offers a wide
variety of accommodation, from high-end to budget, to suit any need.
(Note: these hotels can
be booked on wotif.com up to 21
days in advance, or of course can be booked directly anytime.)
- Crowne Plaza
- Medina Executive
- Coogee Sands Hotel
Hotels (budget) and backpackers:
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