Entanglement Days 2018

from Wednesday, 26 September 2018 (08:00) to Friday, 28 September 2018 (16:00)
Budapest University of Technology and Economics (building A, conference room)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
26 Sep 2018
27 Sep 2018
28 Sep 2018
AM
08:00 --- Registration, possibly setting up posters ---
09:00 Entanglement certification (plenary talk) - Marcus Huber (Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information, Vienna, Austria)   (building A, conference room)
09:45 Distribution of entanglement and correlations in all finite dimensions (invited talk) - Jens Siewert   (building A, conference room)
10:15 Quantum state redistribution with local coherence - Alexander Streltsov (Gdansk University of Technology, Poland)   (building A, conference room)
10:35 --- Coffee break ---
11:05 Codes of maximal distance and highly entangled subspaces (invited talk) - Felix Huber (University of Siegen, Germany)   (building A, conference room)
11:35 Constructing k-uniform states of non-minimal support - Zahra Raissi (The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Castelldefels, Spain)   (building A, conference room)
11:55 Constraining the correlations in multi-qubit systems - Nikolai Wyderka (University of Siegen, Germany)   (building A, conference room)
09:00 Quantum steering and the geometry of the EPR-argument (plenary talk) - Otfried Gühne (University of Siegen, Germany)   (building A, conference room)
09:45 Disproving hidden variable models with spin magnitude conservation (invited talk) - Wieslaw Laskowski (University of Gdansk, Poland)   (building A, conference room)
10:15 Self-testing of two-qutrit systems - Remigiusz Augusiak (Center for Theoretical Physics, Warsaw, Poland)   (building A, conference room)
10:35 --- Coffee break ---
11:05 Quantum change-point and anomaly detection (invited talk) - John Calsamiglia (Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain)   (building A, conference room)
11:35 The limits of large quantum systems - Miguel Navascues (Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information, Vienna, Austria)   (building A, conference room)
11:55 Device-independent witnesses of entanglement depth from two-body correlators - Albert Aloy (The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Castelldefels, Spain)   (building A, conference room)
09:00 Useful correlations from bound entangled states (plenary talk) - Tamás Vértesi (Institute for Nuclear Research, Debrecen, Hungary)   (building A, conference room)
09:45 Gradient magnetometry with entangled atomic ensembles (invited talk) - Iagoba Apellaniz (University of the Basque Country, Bilbao, Spain)   (building A, conference room)
10:15 Bound entangled states fit for robust experimental verification - Gael Sentís (University of Siegen, Germany)   (building A, conference room)
10:35 --- Coffee break ---
11:05 Signaling in Bell Experiments - Matthias Kleinmann (University of Siegen, Germany)   (building A, conference room)
11:25 The asymptotic spectrum of LOCC transformations - Péter Vrana (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary)   (building A, conference room)
11:45 Challenges in non-commutative information geometry - Jan Naudts (Universiteit Antwerpen)   (building A, conference room)
PM
12:15 --- Lunch break ---
14:00 Multipartite entanglement and combinatorial designs (plenary talk) - Karol Zyczkowski (Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland)   (building A, conference room)
14:45 Su(d) spin squeezing and many-body entanglement detection with uncertainty relations (invited talk) - Giuseppe Vitagliano (Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information, Vienna, Austria)   (building A, conference room)
15:15 --- Coffee break ---
15:45 Efficient classical simulation of lossy boson sampling via separable states (invited talk) - Michał Oszmaniec (National Quantum Information Centre, Gdansk, Poland)   (building A, conference room)
16:15 Single-copy entanglement detection - Borivoje Dakic (Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information, Vienna, Austria)   (building A, conference room)
16:35 Certifying an irreducible 1024-dimensional photonic state using refined dimension witnesses - Máté Farkas (University of Gdansk, Polnad)   (building A, conference room)
17:00 Poster session, with emphasis on the odd-numbered posters.   (building A, conference room)
12:15 --- Conference photo and lunch break ---
14:00 Dynamics of entanglement (invited talk) - Mario Ziman (Institute of Physics, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia)   (building A, conference room)
14:30 Subradiance via entanglement in atoms with several independent decay channels - Laurin Ostermann (University of Innsbruck, Austria)   (building A, conference room)
14:50 Genuine multipartite entanglement detection without reference frames - Lukas Knips (Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics, Garching, Germany)   (building A, conference room)
15:10 --- Coffee break ---
15:40 Universal critical behavior in the entanglement entropy of the quantum Ising model (invited talk) - István Kovács (Northeastern University, Boston, USA)   (building A, conference room)
16:10 Bounding the set of classical correlations of a many-body system - Jordi Tura i Brugués (Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics, Garching, Germany)   (building A, conference room)
16:30 Momentum-Space Entanglement in Luttinger Liquids - Dóra Balázs (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary)   (building A, conference room)
17:00 Poster session, with emphasis on the even-numbered posters.   (building A, conference room)
12:05 --- Lunch break ---
14:00 Introduction into fermionic correlation and applications in quantum chemistry (invited talk) - Christian Schilling (University of Oxford, England)   (building A, conference room)
14:30 Quantum entanglement from single particle information - Adam Sawicki (Center for Theoretical Physics, Warsaw, Poland)   (building A, conference room)
14:50 Nonlinear unitary quantum collapse model with self-generated noise - Tamás Geszti (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary)   (building A, conference room)
15:10 An effective dynamical model for selective measurement of observables in discrete quantum systems - Péter Vecsernyés (Wigner Research Centre for Physics, Budapest, Hungary)   (building A, conference room)