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3rd International Conference on Quantum Optics and Quantum Computing, will be organized around the theme “Towards Full Stack of Computing and Optical Science in Quantum Era”

Quantum Optics 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Quantum Optics 2018

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Future applications of Quantum optics impact a broad range of industrial markets like biology and biomedicine; computing and memory; electronics and displays; optoelectronic devices such as LEDs, lighting, and lasers; optical components used in telecommunications; and security applications such as covert identification tagging or biowarfare detection sensors This probes in considerable depth the early pioneers and champions in this field both in industry, government, and academic laboratories.  

 The most active organizations, promising technical applications, and developments realizable within the next 5 years, will all be highlighted in the field of quantum optics. Quantum optics views electromagnetic radiation as traveling in the form of both a wave and a particle at the same time.

  • Track 1-1Quantum teleporting
  • Track 1-2Quantum entanglement
  • Track 1-3Quantum indeterminacy
  • Track 1-4Dipolar Quantum Gases and Liquids
  • Track 1-5Quantum operations
  • Track 1-6Quasinormal mode
  • Track 1-7Quantum Memory and Repeater
  • Track 1-8Quantum information processing
  • Track 1-9Quantum electronics
  • Track 1-10Quantum light theory
  • Track 1-11Quantum harmonics oscillators
  • Track 1-12Quantum optical magnetometry for biomedical applications
  • Track 1-13Coincidence correlation

Quantum mechanics is the theory that describes the laws of physics accurately enough to predict almost everything we care about at human scale. What we mean by this is that the theory is so incredibly great that it's essentially perfect when used as a practical theory of everything.
It can predict all chemical reactions to such an extreme level of accuracy that there is no device on earth that could identify the error between the calculated and experimentally obtained results. The areas of fundamental physics that dealing with quantum gravity, dark energy, supersymmetry, and particle physics have a major scope on quantum mechanics.

  • Track 2-1Topology in Quantum Mechanics
  • Track 2-2Quantum Cosmology
  • Track 2-3Quantum gravity
  • Track 2-4Correlation and degeneracy of Quantum Mechanics
  • Track 2-5Quantum tunneling
  • Track 2-6Theoretical quantum optics
  • Track 2-7Scattering theory
  • Track 2-8Coherent states
  • Track 2-9Quantum Function Circuitry
  • Track 2-10Quantum Nano mechanics
  • Track 2-11Quantum zeno effect
  • Track 2-12Quantum elelectromagnetic systems
  • Track 2-13Mechanical quantum systems
  • Track 2-14Foundations of quantum mechanics

The standard quantum theory explains that all the particles in the universe have no definitive states that is, until they are measured. Additionally, when two particles interact, they become entangled on a quantum, sub-atomic level and get rid themselves of their individual probabilities. Researchers have now set out to discover whether time plays a part in quantum mechanics, with the distance between the particles not being a factor.

As there is nothing in the laws of physics that states that time should move forward, with physicists saying that time could have gone backwards if things had panned out differently from the Big Bang, experts wanted to see whether this is yet another rule that quantum mechanics ignores. Many interpretations effect the future scope of cosmos through quantum mechanics.

  • Track 3-1Optical gating
  • Track 3-2Quantum logic
  • Track 3-3Locality principle
  • Track 3-4Quantum physics Formulation
  • Track 3-5 Artificial intelligence in quantum control
  • Track 3-6Hidden Variable Theory
  • Track 3-7Global positioning system
  • Track 3-8Bell test

Quantum state is a description in quantum mechanics of a physical system or part of a physical system. The full characterization or tomography of quantum states is a necessity for future quantum computing. There are many standard techniques which are inadequate for the large quantum bit-strings necessary in full scale quantum computers.

Characterizing quantum states is a serious bottleneck in quantum information science. Techniques employed was far more robust against inevitable noise and experimental errors than standard techniques. Many research groups are applying various techniques and methods on quantum state tomography which effects the future quantum computing in a great extent.

  • Track 4-1Quantum chaos
  • Track 4-2Quantum states and operations
  • Track 4-3Quasinormal Mode
  • Track 4-4The state and the Entropy Dynamics of Matter-Field system
  • Track 4-5Quantum Chromodynamics
  • Track 4-6Uncertainty Principle
  • Track 4-7Zero-point energy
  • Track 4-8Ultra-fast quantum phenomena
  • Track 4-9Wave Particle Duality
  • Track 4-10Quantum systems
  • Track 4-11Quantum state tomography and tomographic methods

The tendency and inevitability of quantum field theory effects the future world enormously. The trends in frontier beams of physics have various developments in the fields of quantum field theory and quantum mechanics. The key issues as well as the future challenges in quantum beam physics can be explained by quantum field theory. Quantum theory tells us that both light and matter consists of tiny particles which have wavelike properties associated with them.

QFT progress was often that people had decided that something dramatically different was needed, but ended up realizing that they just needed to solve some very technical issues, not move to something very different. Therefore, there is a large scope of research in quantum field theory.

  • Track 5-1Quantum Triviality
  • Track 5-2Conformal Field Theory
  • Track 5-3Axiomatic Reformulations of QFT
  • Track 5-4Topological Quantum field theory
  • Track 5-5Quantum Hall effect
  • Track 5-6General renormalization Theory
  • Track 5-7Effective Field Theories and Renormalization
  • Track 5-8Quantum Brownian Motion
  • Track 5-9Contextuality and Nonlocality

Classical thermodynamics is unrivalled in its range of applications and relevance to daily way of life. Quantum thermodynamics addresses the emergence of thermodynamic phenomena from quantum mechanics It enables a description of complex systems, made up of microscopic particles of entropy. Recently many researchers have a surge of interest in exploring the quantum regime, where the origin of fluctuations is quantum rather than thermal. The field of quantum thermodynamics is going through rapid development with contributions from many fields of science physics, such as open quantum systems, quantum information, quantum optics, statistical physics, solid state, cold atoms, optomechanics

  • Track 6-1Foundations of quantum thermodynamics
  • Track 6-2Quantum signatures in thermodynamics
  • Track 6-3Quantum heat engines
  • Track 6-4Irreversible Entropy Production in Quantum Systems Out of Equilibrium
  • Track 6-5Coherence and measurement in quantum thermodynamics
  • Track 6-6Quantum fluctuation relations
  • Track 6-7Thermalization
  • Track 6-8Quantum refrigerators
  • Track 6-9Information thermodynamics

The field of quantum photonics is the combinations of fundamental physics, applied physics, and engineering. It deals with situations in which a light beam can modify its own propagation by changing the optical properties of a material through which it passes. These are also called as Nonlinear optics which are usually associated with intense light fields, but takes these effects to a new level by using nonlinear interactions to control very weak light containing only a few or even a single photon.

The involved research communities have so far generally pursued separately the three application areas targeted like Generation, manipulation, detection & storage of quantum states of light at the nanoscale. nanophotonic integration including the emerging areas of quantum plasmonics and diamond nanophotonic, novel materials like graphene and other 2D materials, novel solid-state single-photon sources and detectors like superconductive nanowires.

  • Track 7-1Photonic devices
  • Track 7-2Spintronics
  • Track 7-3Integrated quantum photonics
  • Track 7-4Quantum Cascade lasers
  • Track 7-5Quantum Plasmonics
  • Track 7-6Quantum dot lasers
  • Track 7-7Photonic integrated circuits
  • Track 7-8Nanofabrication
  • Track 7-9Silicon quantum photonics

There is an emerging new era of quantum plasmonics, where both light and matter exhibit quantum mechanical effects. challenges are emerging out of the treasure trove while also providing the fuel for quantum technologies through them.

Substantial extent of research work on Quantum plasmonics was taken place recently where confined plasmonic modes are promoting electrodynamics above the accurate description of the local-response approximation of light and matter interactions. Intriguing and classically unexpected experimental observations include frequency blue-shifts of plasmon resonances in few-nanometer silver nanoparticles and gold plasmonic gap structures. Theoretical explanations response to quantum mechanics effects such as quantum pressure waves, L damping, quantum spill-out, and tunneling are given by plasmonics. In the other extreme, quantum optics and single-photon phenomena plays a keen role in integrated quantum plasmonics

  • Track 8-1Surface Plasmon Enhanced Schottky Detectors
  • Track 8-2Optoelectronics
  • Track 8-3Quantum optomechanics
  • Track 8-4Nano plasmonics
  • Track 8-5Nonlinear aspects of quantum plasma physics
  • Track 8-6Quantum hydrodynamics
  • Track 8-7Quantum emitters to plasmonic Nano guides
  • Track 8-8Quantum plasma
  • Track 8-9 Linear atomic chains

Quantum computing is a combination of quantum physics, classical information theory and computer science. Quantum computing takes advantage of the strange ability of subatomic particles to exist in more than one state at any time. Due to the way, the tiniest of particles operations can be done much more quickly and use less energy than classical computers. This is usually done with the help of qubits or bits where each bit consists of two states in the quantum way of computing.

Many advances are going on and last year research by Google and Nasa scientists found D-wave quantum computer was 100million times than conventional computer.

  • Track 9-1Quantum simulations
  • Track 9-2Quantum processor and computer design
  • Track 9-3Models of Quantum computing
  • Track 9-4Fault tolerance quantum computing
  • Track 9-5Optical quantum information processing
  • Track 9-6Quantum encryption
  • Track 9-7Adiabatic quantum computing
  • Track 9-8Quantum steering
  • Track 9-9Quantum Electrodynamics
  • Track 9-10Super conducting quantum devices
  • Track 9-11Quantum games
  • Track 9-12Quantum chemistry
  • Track 9-13Quantum effects on biological systems
  • Track 9-14Advanced quantum computers

Quantum information science is the processing of information by explaining fundamentals of physics through transmission and acquisition. The exciting scientific opportunities offered by quantum information science are attracting the interest of a growing community of scientists and technologists. It is promoting unprecedented interactions across traditional disciplinary boundaries of information science. Advances in this field will become increasingly better scope to our national competitiveness of investment in market of information technology during the coming century.

In looking for the applications cause revolutionary advances in fields of science and engineering involving computation, communication, precision measurement, and fundamental quantum science

  • Track 10-1Quantum information theory
  • Track 10-2Quantum dot-photonic emitter interfaces
  • Track 10-3Quantum Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR)
  • Track 10-4Quantum information processing and computing
  • Track 10-5Cold Atoms
  • Track 10-6Quantum network
  • Track 10-7Quantum information processing in condensed matter
  • Track 10-8Multidimensional photonics network
  • Track 10-9Relativistic black quantum information
  • Track 10-10Hybrid quantum information
  • Track 10-11Quantum Non-locality

Quantum cryptography is a far more powerful and impenetrable encryption method. Quantum cryptography has the potential to affect the relation of codebreakers and codemakers. Using quantum mechanical principles and methods for encoding and decoding of information, could alter the way cybercrimes are committed, as well as the way in which we defend against them, in quantum cryptography. Quantum computing endangers to exacerbate our current information security problems by compromising current encryption methods.

With more powerful computing methods becoming more widely available, security methods must be developed that are equally as powerful. The traditional cryptography differs entirely with quantum cryptography in their fundamental means of encoding the data. Quantum cryptography has become increasingly complex but applicable to many modern world products. The use of cryptography can be found in a wider use of products including bank cards, digital passwords, ultra-secure voting and power grids.

  • Track 11-1Quantum cloning
  • Track 11-2Laser sources of quantum cryptography
  • Track 11-3Quantum Commitment
  • Track 11-4Quantum coin flipping
  • Track 11-5Security reductions
  • Track 11-6Algorithms
  • Track 11-7Drone-based Quantum Key Distribution
  • Track 11-8Post quantum cryptography
  • Track 11-9Quantum Tokens for Digital Signatures
  • Track 11-10Single photo detectors
  • Track 11-11Quantum cyber security
  • Track 11-12Device-Independent Quantum Key Distribution with Single-photon Sources

Quantum technologies are driving forward a technological revolution. Nothing stands in the way of these technologies becoming the engine of innovations in science, economics and society. As quantum technologies become more widely available, ideas for their use and applications will rapidly follow. Such technologies will lead to expanded and improved computing applications, which will continuously advance improvements in the sciences. It's difficult to predict how far-reaching the impact on society and economics will be.

Changes brought about by the development of the laser were similarly unpredictable.
Data security and safety will also be impacted by quantum technologies. Therefore, mastering these technologies is of strategic importance for a Digital Single Market in Europe and in many other countries

  • Track 12-1Quantum sensing
  • Track 12-2Super conducting circuits
  • Track 12-3Quantum programming
  • Track 12-4Quantum Nano mechanics
  • Track 12-5Quantum Control and Measurement Theory
  • Track 12-6Quantum simulation
  • Track 12-7Hybrid quantum systems
  • Track 12-8Quantum satellite
  • Track 12-9Quantum motors
  • Track 12-10Multipartite nonlocality and random measurements
  • Track 12-11Quantum Devices
  • Track 12-12Artificial Intelligence Technologies

Sensing and metrology are at the core of the development of many modern technologies, from mobile telecommunication to geo-positioning systems, petroleum-well mapping to medicine. Issues like Quantum Measurements and Quantum Metrology aims at reviewing the state-of-the-art in quantum metrology and quantum sensing and identify the current efforts, both theoretical and experimental, form their further development. This is an inherently multi-faceted endeavor with repercussions in the broad areas of quantum open-system dynamics, quantum information, quantum control, and quantum engineering. 

A significant boost in the performance of sensors and metrological protocols can come from the use of quantum mechanical strategies. The domain of application of such emerging quantum technologies ranges from the definition of frequency standards, the detection of gravitational waves, the synchronization of clocks, and the enhancement of imaging and lithography, among others.

  • Track 13-1Quantum trajectories
  • Track 13-2Cryoelectronics
  • Track 13-3Quantum optical interferometry
  • Track 13-4Quantum imaging
  • Track 13-5Spin qubits for optical sensing
  • Track 13-6Sensing and controlling multiple nuclear spins for quantum networks
  • Track 13-7Optical metrology
  • Track 13-8Development of Atomic Systems and Quantum Devices in Space
  • Track 13-9Metrology using entanglement
  • Track 13-10Quantum lithography
  • Track 13-11Technology for Quantum Sensing
  • Track 13-12Quantum Estimation for Quantum Technology
  • Track 13-13Quantum metrology in noisy environments
  • Track 13-14Quantum sensing for applications: beyond the standard problem of quantum metrology

Quantum computers are largely theoretical devices that could perform some computations exponentially faster than conventional computers does. Quantum error correction is a correction used in quantum computing to protect information from errors and noise. The ideal quantum error correction code would correct any errors in quantum data, and it would require measurement of only a few quantum bits, or qubits, at a time. Codes that make limited measurements can correct only a limited number of errors till now. There are reports of new error correction methodologies that can lead to orders of magnitude fewer operations. Quantum error corrections increase the prospects for quantum computers with intrinsically short decoherence times.

  • Track 14-1Pulse control methods
  • Track 14-2Fault tolerance and thresholds
  • Track 14-3Operator quantum error correction
  • Track 14-4Unification of error correction paradigms
  • Track 14-5Continuous-time QEC
  • Track 14-6Fault tolerance in the cluster model
  • Track 14-7Redundancy Techniques

Quantum Theory and Nano Technology are natural partners with enormous potential applications in the context of Computing Systems. The quantum theory is almost emerging as the most successful theory ever proposed in the scientific literature and research.

The Quantum Nanoscience is focusing on the building blocks of our electronic devices for data tiny storage atoms. Quantum nanoscience scientists will study the magnetic behavior of these tiny objects with the long-term goals of reaching a new level of computer miniaturization and building a quantum computer with atoms on surfaces. To do that, QNS scientists are working with a special microscope called a scanning tunneling microscope that has an extremely sharp needle which can be used to see, move and probe individual atoms on surfaces. This can have implications for making useful devices and understanding how our world works at the microscopic level. There are various advancements in the field of Quantum Nanoscience and Quantum Nano physics for the future analysis of development in adversary communications.

  • Track 15-1Quantum Dots
  • Track 15-2Quantum-enhanced molecule metrology
  • Track 15-3Quantum decoherence
  • Track 15-4Matter-wave technologies
  • Track 15-5Electron Quantum Optics
  • Track 15-6Quantum Nanowires
  • Track 15-7Non-equilibrium Nanophysics
  • Track 15-8Quantum phenomena with biomolecules & nanoparticles
  • Track 15-9Quantum Nanomechanical systems

In the coming years there is an eventual roadmap of quantum transport and dissipation techniques anticipated for hinders further scaling of CMOS technology. Alternative approaches are desired to satisfy those expectations to increase in the digital applications. This approach is used in pursing solutions to the simulation issue of electronics that come up as Single Electron Devices which are called as SEDs. These are increasing by involved next generation circuit architecture design of quantum computing and Quantum Physics.

Photonic integrated circuits and silicon devices are promising platforms for studying such effects, with a central goal of developing large systems providing low-loss, high-fidelity control over all parameters of the transport problem. Quantum dissipation is the process of irreversible loss of energy which is observed in the transport level and it is a study on quantum analogues. Its main purpose is to derive the laws of classical dissipation from the framework of quantum mechanics.

  • Track 16-1Theory of Coherent Transport
  • Track 16-2Quantization of Transport
  • Track 16-3Weak Localization Theory
  • Track 16-4Quantum Chaos in Quantum Transport
  • Track 16-5Driven Quantum Systems
  • Track 16-6Dissipation Models
  • Track 16-7Quantum measurement in mesoscopic systems
  • Track 16-8Quantum Hall systems
  • Track 16-9Quantum transport in nanostructures
  • Track 16-10Single electron tunneling
  • Track 16-11Improving quantum communication by manipulating spectral entanglement