International Conference on Quantum Simulation 2014
SETI Institute, Mountain View, California
July 9 and 10, 2014
Welcome to the QS14 conference webpage.
GENERAL CONFERENCE INFORMATION:
QS14 is the first of what we hope will be a series of international conferences on the use of quantum computers and related machines to simulate physical phenomena. The highly multi-disciplinary conference series hopes to witness and document the transition from current devices and methodologies to practical quantum simulation with large, error-corrected universal quantum computers.
REGISTRATION INFORMATION: This conferenceis free, but all conference attendees (excluding invited speakers) need to register by sending an email here. The message should contain the participant's name and organization as it should appear on a badge. The registration deadline is Monday, July 7. We are not able permit on-site registration or walk-in participants.
VENUE INFORMATION: The conference will be held in the Colloquium Room at the SETI Institute, 189 N Bernardo Ave, Mountain View, CA 94043.
HOTEL INFORMATION: All conference participants need to make their own hotel reservations. A list of local hotels is provided here.
FOOD AND BEVERAGES will not be provided.
SPEAKER EXPENSES: We regret that we are no longer able to cover the travel and local expenses of the invited speakers.
PROGRAM: The current program is avaiable here. Note that there will not be a poster session.
SCIENTIFIC ADVISORS: Scott Aaronson, Dorit Aharonov, Alan Aspuru-Guzik, Ken Brown, Juan Ignacio Cirac, Seth Lloyd, David Poulin, John Preskill, Geordie Rose, Enrique Solano, Peter Zoller.
Conference Organizer: Michael Geller, University of Georgia.
Co-organizers: Andrew Sornborger, UC Davis and Phillip Stancil, University of Georgia.
QS14 is partially funded by the US National Science Foundation through a grant shared by Michael Geller (PI, University of Georgia), Phillip Stancil (University of Georgia), Andrew Sornborger (UC Davis), and John Martinis (UC Santa Barbara). We are also grateful to NASA AMES and the USRA Research Institute for Advanced Computer Science for sponsorship and organizational support.