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Workshop on Quantum Algorithms and Complexity Theory

17 - 21 November 2008 | Venue: Physics Conference Room, S13 Level M, NUS (Singapore)

Organised by: Miklos Santha, Andreas Winter and Rahul Jain

The objective of this workshop is to give the opportunity to a few outstanding researchers to share their knowledge about the latest developments in the field of quantum algorithms and complexity theory.
The Centre of Quantum Technologies at the campus of the National University of Singapore constitutes an ideal environment for both formal and informal scientific interactions. At the workshop there will be ample time for technical talks and for free discussions.

Titles and Abstracts

Workshop Programme

Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
0900 Meet at the Hotel Main Lobby and transfer to NUS
0945 Ambainis Andris Ivanyos Gabor Massar Serge Buhrman Harry Keiji Matsumoto
1030 Kazuo Iwama Shparlinski, Igor Sen Pranab de Wolf Ronald  Laplante Sophie
1115 Tea-break
1145 Lee Troy Hoyer Peter Wehner Stephanie Toner Ben Kerenidis Iordanis
1230 Lunch
1400   Singapore City Tour
1630 Reichardt Ben   Raymond Rudy Magniez Frederic  
1715 Spalek Robert   Zhang Shengyu  
1800 Technical Programme End
1900   Night Safari Tour   Workshop Dinner  

List of confirmed participants

  • Ambainis Andris, University of Latvia
  • Buhrman Harry, CWI, Amsterdam
  • Høyer Peter, University of Calgary
  • Ivanyos Gábor, Informatics Laboratory , MTA, Budapest
  • Iwama Kazuo, Kyoto University
  • Keiji Matsumoto, National Institute of Informatics, Tokyo
  • Kerenidis Iordanis, CNRS, Université Paris-Sud
  • Klauck Hartmut, Universität Frankfurt
  • Lee Troy, Rutgers University
  • Magniez Frédéric, CNRS, Université Paris-Sud
  • Massar Serge, FNRS, Université Libre de Bruxelles
  • Nayak Ashwin, University of Waterloo
  • Raymond Rudy, Tokyo Research Lab., IBM Research
  • Regev Oded, Tel-Aviv University
  • Reichardt Ben, University of Waterloo
  • Sen Pranab, TIFR, Mumbai
  • Špalek Robert, Google, Mountain View
  • Toner Ben, CWI, Amsterdam
  • Wehner Stephanie, California Institute of Technology
  • de Wolf Ronald, CWI, Amsterdam
  • Zhang Shengyu, Chinese University, Hong Kong