White Rose Meeting, Bradford, 14 January 2014
Location: Department of Computing, University of Bradford, Richmond building: room C7 (10:00-12:30), and Horton Building: room D0.23 (12:30-16:50).
|10:10||Roger Colbeck||York||Is a system's wavefunction determined by its elements of reality?|
|10:30||Pieter Kok||Sheffield||A simple demonstration of contextuality.|
|10:50||Neil Stevens||York||Steering, incompatibility, and Bell inequality violations in a class of probabilistic theories - an overview|
|11:30||Stefano Pirandola||York||Continuous variable quantum cryptography with untrusted relays.|
|11:50||Carlo Ottaviani||York||Two-way quantum cryptography with continuous variables:
unconditional security and performances at different wavelengths.
|12:10||Timothy Proctor||Leeds||Quantum computation via controlled displacements of ancilla with arbitrary dimension.|
|14.30||Ci Lei||Bradford||Weak coherent states related to the multiplicative group C*.|
|15.10||Tom Bullock||York||Does entanglement lead to more precise measurements in Arthurs-Kelly like models?|
|15.50||Michael Woodhouse||Sheffield||Population inversion in quantum dot ensembles.|
|16.10||Robert Bennett||Leeds||Canonical quantization of the electromagnetic field in dispersive media|
|16.30||Thomas Barlow||Leeds||Scattering light through a two-sided optical cavity|