− Co-organized by Shahid Beheshti University & Kinki University
Symposium on Quantum Computing & Quantum Information Processing
January 3-4, 2009 (Dey 14-15, 1387) at  Shahid Beheshti University (Tehran, Iran)
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Deadlines: December 17, 2008 (Azar 27, 1387) for  Abstract Submission,
December 27, 2008 (Dey 7, 1387) for  Registration.
Registration is free of charge.

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The Symposium will be held at the Shahid Beheshti Hall of Economic and Political Science Faculty, Shahid Beheshti University.

This is a symposium on quantum computation and quantum information processing, co-organized by Shahid Beheshti University, Iran, and Kinki University, Japan. It covers introductory and tutorial presentations on selected topics, in particular on theoretical aspects of physical realizations of quantum computing.

The symposium is mainly for students with less or no background on quantum computing, but is aiming to open this wide and very fast developing area for the interested researchers.

It is followed by Symposium on Experimental Aspects of Quantum Computing (January 5, Tehran).

Long talks will be given by the invited speakers on the following major topics.
  • Holonomic Quantum Computing
  • NMR Quantum Computing
  • Quantum Entanglement
  • Nocloning Theory and Quantum Computing
  • Quantum Walk
  • Quantum Tomography
  • Classical and Quantum Prime Factorizations
  • DNA Computing
Contributions to slots of short talks and posters are welcome.

Topics to be covered include, but not limited to,
  • Physical Realization of Quantum Computing
  • Quantum Algorithms
  • Quantum Computational Complexity
  • Mathematical Interpretations in Quantum Computing
  • Decoherence Control
  • Quantum Error Corrections
  • Information Theories
  • Quantum Secret Communications
  • Quantumness and Classicality
  • Unconventional Computing other than Quantum Computing

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