Quantum Optics and Information Meeting
6


3-4 February 2022

Abstract submission deadline is 17 December 2021.

About KOBIT


The main goal of these series of meetings is to gather the scientists and students who are interested in the fields of quantum optics and information and create an open environment to support collaboration. In 2016, the series of meetings started with the initial meeting KOBİT$\class{p-dark}{|0\rangle}$ in Hacettepe University (Ankara) followed by the meetings in Izmir Institute of Technology (İzmir-2017), Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University (Istanbul-2018), and Ankara University (Ankara, 2019). The last two meetings in 2020 (organized by Izmir Institute of Technology) and 2021 (organized by METU, Bilkent, and Hacettepe Universities) were held online due to the COVID pandemic.

The next meeting KOBİT$\class{p-dark}{|6\rangle}$ will be held online on 3-4 February 2022.

Plenary Talks


Steven

Steven Girvin

Yale University - USA

Circuit QED: Quantum Optics and Quantum Information Processing with Superconducting Electrical Circuits

Susana

Susana Huelga

Ulm University - Germany

Are there non trivial quantum effects in relevant biological processes? Recent progess on the exact Simulation of Pigment-Protein Complexes

Public Talk


Mete

Mete Atatüre

Cambridge University - UK

(TBA)

Invited Talks


Steve

Steve Campbell

University College Dublin - Ireland

Quantum speed limits in continuous variable systems

Nicole

Nicole Fabbri

LENS - European Laboratory for Non-Linear Spectroscopy - Italy

(TBA)

Mustafa

Mustafa Gündoğan

Humboldt University of Berlin - Germany

Towards space-borne quantum memories: ideas and experimental roadmap

Francesco

Francesco Piazza

Max-Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems - Germany

Quantum Nonlinear Optics with a Fermi Surface

Sina

Sina Zeytinoğlu

Harvard University - USA

Quantum Signal Processing with Rydberg atoms