The Conference has been focused on recent results concerning the engineering of quantum states realizable in condensed matter systems, with an eye on their potential applications to the solid state realization of qubits and quantum devices. It provided a qualified arena where European, U.S. , Israeli and Canadian physicists from various communities working on solid state physics, quantum field theory and quantum information met to illustrate and debate the huge progresses made in the last years in the creation and control of mesoscopic systems displaying macroscopic quantum coherence. The contribution of leading experimental physicists in the areas of superconductivity, cold atomic systems, quantum interferometry and metrology, electron gases and quantum dots helped to illustrate- to an audience made essentially by young quantum physicists (both theorists and experimentalists) - the most recent technological advances needed to control and measure quantum coherence in a variety of relevant physical settings. The conference stimulated new synergies between the various communities to face the challenging task of engineering new quantum settings where quantum information protocols can be implemented.

European Science Foundation (ESF) Conference on " Quantum Engineering of Sates and Devices: Theory and Expriment"

SODANO, Pasquale;
2010-01-01

Abstract

The Conference has been focused on recent results concerning the engineering of quantum states realizable in condensed matter systems, with an eye on their potential applications to the solid state realization of qubits and quantum devices. It provided a qualified arena where European, U.S. , Israeli and Canadian physicists from various communities working on solid state physics, quantum field theory and quantum information met to illustrate and debate the huge progresses made in the last years in the creation and control of mesoscopic systems displaying macroscopic quantum coherence. The contribution of leading experimental physicists in the areas of superconductivity, cold atomic systems, quantum interferometry and metrology, electron gases and quantum dots helped to illustrate- to an audience made essentially by young quantum physicists (both theorists and experimentalists) - the most recent technological advances needed to control and measure quantum coherence in a variety of relevant physical settings. The conference stimulated new synergies between the various communities to face the challenging task of engineering new quantum settings where quantum information protocols can be implemented.
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