Symposium on Interface between Quantum Information and Statistical Physics


Date: 10th-12th November 2011
Place: Kinki University Blossom Cafe Room B [link]
Registration fee: Free

10th November (Thursday)

13:00-13:10 Mikio Nakahara
(Kinki University)
13:10-14:10 Hiroyuki Tomita
(Kinki University)
14:20-15:20 Tim Byrnes
Quantum simulation using exciton-polaritons and their applications toward accelerated optimization problem search
15:40-16:40 Seiji Sugawa
(Kyoto University)
16:50-17:50 Ryo Tamura
(University of Tokyo)
A Method to Control Order of Phase Transition: Invisible States in Discrete Spin Models
18:00-19:00 Shu Tanaka
(University of Tokyo)
Some Topics of Quantum Annealing

11th November (Friday)

10:30-11:30 Tasheng Tai
(Kinki University)
The Power of Integrable Model
11:40-12:40 Kohei Motegi
(Okayama Institute for Quantum Physics)
Exact analysis of correlation functions of the XXZ chain
14:10-15:10 Kenichi Kasamatsu
(Kinki University)
Bosons in an optical lattice with a synthetic magnetic field
15:20-16:20 Hiroaki Matsueda
(Sendai National College of Technology)
Scaling of Entanglement Entropy and Hyperbolic Geometry
16:40-17:40 Brunello Tirozzi
(University of Rome)
18:00-19:00 Jun-ichi Inoue
(Hokkaido University)
Analysis of quantum Monte Carlo dynamics in infinite-range Ising spin systems: theory and its possible applications

12th November (Saturday)

Discussion Day


Mikio Nakahara (Kinki University)
Tasheng Tai (Kinki University)
Shu Tanaka (University of Tokyo)