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ICSSUR 2023 Agenda

17th International Conference on Squeezed States and Uncertainty Relations In Taipei, Taiwan, on June 26~30, 2023

June 25 (Sunday) GMT
16:00-19:00 Reception
June 26 (Monday) GMT
08:30-08:55 Registration
08:55-09:00 Opening
09:00-09:40Kenji Ohmori

National Institute of Natural Science, Japan
Ultrafast Quantum Computing with Ultracold Atom Arrays at Quantum Speed Limit
09:40-10:20Ulrik Andersen

Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Advantages and Challenges of Photonic Quantum Computing
10:20-10:40Coffee Break (20 mins)
10:40-11:20Peter van Loock

Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany
Photonic Codes: Generation and Application
11:20-12:00Luis Sanchez-Soto

Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
Random Majorana Constellations
12:00-12:30 [S2] Yi-Ru Chen

National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan


[S17] Hao Jeng

Max Planck Institute for Multidisciplinary Sciences, Germany
[S2] Generation of Heralded Optical `Schrodinger Cats’ by Photon Addition


[S17] New Methods for Implementing Photon Addition with Postselection and Swift Electrons
14:00-14:40Alexander Lvovsky

University of Oxford, UK
Optical Neural Networks for Optical Computation and Superresolved Imaging
14:40-15:20Jietai Jing (online)

East China Normal University, China
Generation, Manipulation and Application of Quantum Light Sources based on Atomic Ensembles
15:20-15:50[S7] Lorcán Conlon

Australian National University, Australia
[S7] Approaching Optimal Entangling Collective Measurements on Quantum Computing Platforms
15:50-16:20Coffee Break (30 mins)
16:20-17:00Hsin-Pin Lo

NTT Basic Research Laboratories, Japan
Quantum Information Processing with Time-Bin Qubits
17:00-17:40Min-Hsiu Hsieh

Hon Hai Quantum Computing Research Center, Taiwan
Doubling the Order of Approximation via the Randomized Product Formula
[S24] Yong Siah Teo

Seoul National University, South Koea
[S24] Virtual Distillation with Noise Dilution
June 27 (Tuesday) GMT
09:00-09:40Akira Furusawa

University of Tokyo, Japan
Optical Quantum Computers with Quantum Teleportation
09:40-10:20Syed Assad

Australian National University, Australia
Measurement based Noiseless Linear Amplifiers in Optical Quantum Protocols
10:20-10:40Coffee Break (20 mins)
10:40-11:20Zachary Vernon

Chief Technology Officer, Xanadu, Canada
Fault Tolerant Quantum Computing: The Scenic Route with Photonics
11:20-12:00Jelmer Renema

University of Twente, Netherland
Integrated Photonic Quantum Information Processing
12:00-12:30 [S19] Nikolay Kalinin

Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, Germany


[S16] Young-Sik Ra

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea
[S19] Enhancing Interferometer Sensitivity Using Kerr-Squeezed States


[S16] Versatile Generation of Continuous-Variable Entanglement in Optical Time-Frequency Modes
14:00-14:40Hsien-Yi Hsieh

National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
Machine Learning Enhanced Quantum State Tomography and Parameter Estimation
14:40-15:20Timothy Ralph

University of Queensland, Australia
Pump depletion in Squeezing from Optical Parametric Amplification
15:20-15:50Poster Highlights
15:50-16:20Coffee Break (30 mins)
16:20-17:00Matteo Leonardi

University of Trento, Italy
Precision measurements beyond the standard quantum limit for Gravitational Wave Detections
17:00-17:40Shau-Yu Lan

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Two-Mode Squeezing Quantum Logic in Atomic Mechanical Oscillators
17:40-18:10[S21] Michael Page

National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan


[S12] Michał Lipka

University of Warsaw, Poland
[S21] Status of Quantum Enhancement for Gravitational Wave Detectors at NAOJ


[S12] Quantum-Enhanced Spectroscopy
18:30 – 20:30Poster Session (with light food)
June 28 (Wednesday) GMT
09:00-09:40Dario Cilluffo

Ulm University, Germany
Simulating Gaussian Boson Sampling with Tensor Networks in the Heisenberg Picture
09:40-10:20Yeong-Cherng Liang

National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Experimental Single-copy Distillation of Higher-Dimensional Entanglement
10:20-10:40Coffee Break (20 mins)
10:40-11:20Paul-Antoine Moreau

National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Holographic and 3D Imaging through the Lens of Quantum Imaging. Quantum, Classical and Computational Realisations
11:20-12:00Mankei Tsang

National University of Singapore, Singapore
Quantum-Inspired Superresolution for Incoherent Imaging
13:30-18:10ExcursionNational Palace Museum (國立故宮博物館)
18:10 – 21:00BanquetSilks Palace (故宮晶華)
June 29 (Thursday) GMT
09:00-09:40Prasanta K. Panigrah (online)

Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Kolkata, India
Cat and Kitten States as Quantum Resources
09:40-10:20Ole Steuernagel

National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
Wigner’s Phase Space Current for the Conditional Dynamics in Entangled Two Mode Systems
10:20-10:40Coffee Break (20 mins)
10:40-11:20Zdenek Hradil

Palacký University Olomouc, Crech Republic
Uncertainty Relations, Simultaneous Measurement, and Phase-Space Representation for Angle and Angular Momentum
11:20-12:00Michiel de Dood

Leiden University, Netherland
Exploring the Physics of Superconducting Nanowire Single Photon Detectors with Quantum Transport and Detector Tomography
12:00-12:40 Queena Lee

National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
Near Infrared Single Photon Avalanche Diode Oriented toward
Quantum and LiDAR Applications
14:00-14:40Yung-Fu Chen

National Central University, Taiwan
Slow and Stored Light in Superconducting Circuits based on 
Electromagnetically Induced Transparency
14:40-15:20Chiao-Hsuan Wang

National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Towards the Fundamental Limits of Efficient Quantum Transduction
15:20-15:50Coffee Break (30 mins)
15:50-16:30Aaron Goldberg

National Research Council of Canada
Squeezing Perfects Coherence Transfer from Light to Atoms by Evading Entanglement
16:30-17:30[S9] K. Gerashchenko
Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, France


[S25] Ladislav Mista

Palacky University, Czech Republic


[S4] Shengshuai Liu(Online)
East China Normal University, China
[S9] Quantum Control of an Ultracoherent Mechanical Resonator with a Fluxonium Qubit


[S25] Minimal Criteria for Continuous-Variable Genuine Multipartite Entanglement


[S4] All-Optical Quantum Information Protocols based on Four-Wave Mixing Process
June 30 (Friday) GMT
09:00-09:40You-Lin Chuang

National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
Strong Continuous-Variable Quantum Entanglement based on Four-Wave Mixing process with Large Optical Density Media
09:40-10:20Raymond Ooi

University of Malaya, Malaysia
Controlling Nonclassical Properties of Double-Raman Photons for Quantum Information
10:20-10:40Coffee Break (20 mins)
10:40-11:20Alireza Marandi

California Institute of Technology, USA
Ultrafast Quantum Nanophotonics
11:20-12:00Chao-Yang Lu (online)

University of Science and Technology of China, China
Quantum Advantages in Computation, Teleportation, and Metrology
12:00-12:30 Closing Remark

National Palace Museum (國立故宮博物館) The collection of cultural artifacts held inside the National Palace Museum consists an enormous treasure trove of objects from the Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties. Development of the Museum is closely connected to the social changes of modern China. Thirteen years after the founding of the Republic of China, the last Qing Emperor Puyi was exiled from the Forbidden City. The cultural artifacts left within the palaces were collectively itemized, and a National Palace Museum was born. Please visit the website of the National Palace Museum for more information.