Frontiers in Quantum Coherent Science: An Inaugural Celebration of the Center for Quantum Coherent Science at UC Berkeley

Conference/Symposium | January 9 | 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. | 105 Stanley Hall

 Department of Physics

CQCS is an intellectual nexus that explores the richness, complexity and practical application of quantum mechanics, quantum states, and quantum systems. The center brings together many different scientists working in a range of fields related to quantum science, from AMO to cosmology. We would be delighted if you can join us for our three-day conference as well as participate in the planned discussions. A general outline is given below.

Day 1: Monday, January 9, 2017
105 Stanley Hall, UC Berkeley
A series of plenary talks on the state of the art in quantum technologies

Day 2: Tuesday, January 10, 2017
105 Stanley Hall, UC Berkeley
Symposium in honor of Professor John Clarke and a series of talks on quantum electronics. We encourage his former group members to attend and even say a few words in John's honor.

Day 3: Wednesday, January 11, 2017
50-Auditorium, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Focused Workshop: Quantum Simulators 101

The list of accepted speakers include: David Awschalom, Raphael Bousso, Jerry Chow, Michel Devoret, Daniel Esteve, Steve Girvin, Wolfgang Ketterle, Erik Lucero, John Mamin, Robert McDermott, Chris Monroe, Hans Mooij, Ofer Naaman, Hartmut Neven, Tom Ohki, William Oliver, Britton Plourde, Gerd Schon, Rob Schoelkopf, Misha Smelyanskiy, Christian Urbina, Dale Van Harlingen, Umesh Vazirani, Andreas Wallraff, and Fred Wellstood.

Please REGISTER at bit.ly/cqcs-2017 by SUNDAY, DECEMBER 18 at 9:00 PM.

Due to space limitations, only accepted registrants will receive a confirmation email after 12/18.

For more information visit cqcs.berkeley.edu.

 - Due to space limitations, only accepted registrants will receive a confirmation email after December 18. - Day 3 is limited by LBNL site access

  Registration opens December 1. Register online or by calling Arica at 510-664-7725, or by emailing Arica at cqcs@berkeley.edu by December 18

 cqcs@berkeley.edu