Michalis Skotiniotis, Wolfgang Dür, Barbara Kraus (University of Innsbruck)
Maarten Van den Nest (MPQ Garching)
This workshop will be the successor of the 1st Seefeld Workshop on Quantum Information Theory,
which was held in 2012 (http://www.uibk.ac.at/th-physik/qi-seefeld2012/). The main focus of this series of
workshops is on quantum information topics such as entanglement theory, Bell inequalities,
non-locality, quantum measurements and tomography, quantum channels etc., as well as some
selected topics in quantum computation. The aim of this workshop is to bring together
researchers working on quantum information theory. The schedule of the workshop is such that
there is enough time for many informal discussions. A number of prominent speakers have
confirmed their participation and we anticipate an interesting and stimulating
Seefeld in Tirol http://www.seefeld.com/en is a charming
traditional Tyrolean village. It is located in the Alps about 20 km northwest of Innsbruck.
Besides being a prominent skiing resort in winter, its hundreds of kilometers of hiking and
mountain bike trails and the Wildsee lake make Seefeld a popular Summer destination as well.
The workshop will be held at Hotel Schönruh
modern hotel which offers nice working facilities combined with relaxation in its wellness and spa
Few talks will be scheduled to leave plenty of room for discussions and outdoor activities.
Approximately two invited plenary talks (each of 1 hour) and four invited short talks (30min)
will be given per day. In addition we plan to have an extensive poster session and we strongly
encourage participants to present a poster about their current research.
The workshop is sponsored by the SFB project "Foundations and applications of quantum science"
(FoQus) and the Institute of Theoretical Physics, University of Innsbruck.
Due to space limitations, the number of participants will be limited.
16.3.2014 Deadline for registration
Beginning of April - Notification of acceptance
20.4.2014 Deadline for payment of registration fee
29.6.2014 (18:30) Start of the workshop (dinner & 1st Plenary talk)
4.7.2014 (12:30) End of the workshop