A resource theory for Maxwell’s demon’s

Hi everyone,

I’m here to publicize our latest paper, which was accepted on Quantum, on a resource theory for Maxwell’s demon’s:

https://arxiv.org/abs/1903.12629

We show that the set of resourceful states can be partitioned into 9 irreducible subsets, each with well defined (although not monotonic) temperatures. This, as we discuss, has dramatic consequences for Landauer’s principle.

Hope you enjoy!
All the best,

Gabriel Landi

Emergent platforms for quantum information processing – 15-17/04 @ IFUSP

Hi everyone,

We would like to advertise the workshop Emergent platforms for quantum information processing, that will take place at IFUSP-São Paulo between April 15-17 of 2019. The focus of the workshop will be on experimentalists from Brazil working in quantum information processing platforms. Our goal is that this workshop serve as an opportunity for getting together and discussing the advantages, limitations and prospects. We hope, with this, to call attention to the community in Brazil to the importance of experimental quantum information sciences.

The event’s official website is: http://www.fmt.if.usp.br/~platform/

The conference program will be available soon.

Organizers: Gabriel T. Landi (IFUSP), Luis Gregório Dias (IFUSP), Frederico Borges Brito (IFSC).

Anyone interested in participating is more than welcome to join. For more information contact Gabriel Landi at gtlandi@if.usp.br.

Confirmed speakers include:

– Rafael Rothganger Paiva – UFABC
– Francisco Rouxinol – Unicamp
– Daniel Felinto – UFPE
– Sergio Muniz – IFSC-USP
– Thiago Alegre – Unicamp
– Stephen Walborn – UFRJ
– Ivan Oliveira – CBPF
– Paulo Henrique Souto Ribeiro – UFSC
– Roberto Serra – UFABC
– Renne Araújo – UFSC
– Daniel Tasca – UFF
– Pierre Luis de Assis – Unicamp
– Breno Marques – UFABC
– Maria Carolina Aguiar – UFMG
– Gustavo Wiederhecker – Unicamp
– Felipe Barbosa – Unicamp
– Thereza Paiva – UFRJ

 

 

PhD and post-doc positions in the Quantum Optics Lab @ the University of Warsaw

The Quantum Optics Lab @ the University of Warsaw currently has open positions for PhD students and post-docs. The position is within the “Spatiotemporal photon correlation measurements for quantum metrology and super-resolution microscopy” project, funded by the First Team programme of the Foundation for Polish Science.

More information can be found in

http://quantumoptics.fuw.edu.pl/

II Workshop on Quantum Information and Thermodynamics – IIP Natal – 11 to 22/03

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Official website:

https://www.iip.ufrn.br/eventsdetail.php?inf===QTUFFe

OVERVIEW

During the last decades, the field known as Quantum Thermodynamics has attracted high interest from the scientific community, not only from physicists, but also from computer science and engineering. The recent litereature witnessed a significant increase in the volume of articles on the thermodynamics of small systems, where quantum mechanics become important, as well as on the dynamics of quantum systems out of thermodynamic equilibrium.

Another field of great interest is the so-called quantum information theory, that has been established as a new and influential field of research over the past two decades. Given its highly interdisciplinary nature, it is a clear consensus within and outside the quantum information community that the tools developed over the last years will have a long-term impact in many branches of science.

The present event lies in the interface of such fields. More specifically, the application of the tools derived from quantum information theory to the field of quantum thermodynamics, a line of research that has immensely helped in the understanding of the basic principles of physics and has led us to the development and extensions of the laws thermodynamics to the quantum domain. Therefore, the field of quantum thermodynamics, as seem from the lenses of quantum information, will be the main guideline for the present programme.

The main themes of the conference are: Quantum Information, Quantum Statistical Mechanics, Quantum many-body systems and Quantum Open Systems.