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International Conference on Quantum Foundations 2015(ICQF15)
(28 November – 29 December, 2015)
Venue: Panache Hotel


28th November 2015(Saturday)

Speaker

Title of the lecture

Timing

M. Ozawa

Introduction to Quantum Measurement Theory (1):  Observables and Probability Operator-Valued Measures

9:30-10:30

M. Ozawa

Introduction to Quantum Measurement Theory (2): Repeatability Hypothesis and Quantum Instruments

10:30-11:30

Tea Break(11:30-11:45)

G. Kar

Hidden Variable Theory: Issues of Contextuality and Nonlocality of QM

11:45-12:45

Lunch Break(12:45 – 13: 30)

L. Vaidman

Introduction to Two-state vector formalism

13:30-14:30

L. Vaidman

Weak values, Nonlocal measurements and Modular values

14:30 -15:30

Tea Break(15:00-15:45)

M. Ozawa

Introduction to Quantum Measurement Theory (3): Quantum Measuring Processes and Complete Positivity

15:45-16:45

M. Ozawa

Introduction to Quantum Measurement Theory (4): Quantum Perfect Correlations and State-Dependent Simultaneous Measurability

16:45-17:45

29th November 2015(Sunday)

Speaker

Title of the lecture

Timing

L. Vaidman

The role of potentials in quantum mechanics

9:30-10:30

L. Vaidman

Ontology of the wave function

10:30-11:30

Tea Break(11:30-11:45)

G. Kar

Is ? - epistemic theory possible?

11:45-12:45

Lunch Break(12:45 – 13: 30)

M. Ozawa

Introduction to Quantum Measurement Theory (5): Error and Disturbance in Quantum Measurements

13:30-14:30

M. Ozawa

Introduction to Quantum Measurement Theory (6): State-Dependent Measurement Uncertainty Relations

14:30 -15:30

Tea Break(15:00-15:45)

G.Kar

Possibility of Nonlocal Theory with Different Marginal Statistics

15:45-17:00

 

International Conference on Quantum Foundations 2015(ICQF15)
(30 November – 04 December, 2015)


30th November 2015

Event

Timing (IST)

Registration

09:00 - 10:00

Inauguration

10:00 - 10:30

Tea break

10:30 -11:00

 

 

Name of the speaker

Title of the talk

Timing
(IST)

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Chair: L. Vaidman

M. Ozawa*

State-Dependent Approach to the Uncertainty Principle

11:00-11:50

 

M. J. W. Hall

Can quantum phenomena be modelled via interactions between many classical worlds?

11:50-12:30

 

N. D. Hari Dass

Does von Neumann’s Proof of no hidden variables go through if the silly assumption is dropped?

12:30-13:10

 

Lunch (13:10-14:30)***

Chair: P. Ghose

A.K. Pati

Stronger uncertainty relations

14:30-15:10

 

A.S. Majumdar

Classical and quantum correlations in continuous variable systems

15:10-15:50

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Tea break(15:50-16:20)

Chair: A. Majumdar

P. Ghose

On Epistemic States

16:20-17:00

 

P. K. Panigrahi

Entanglement in a world with closed time-like curves

17:00-17:40

 

Dinner(19:00 – 21:00)***

1st December 2015

Chair: N. D. Hari Dass

P. Busch*

Quantum Measurement Uncertainty - Recent Developments

9:30-10:20

 

F. Buscemi

Conservation of information as a principle

10:20-10:55

 

R. Srikanth

Operationally Lorentz-covariant extensions of  quantum  mechanics

10:55-11:30

 

Tea Break(11:30-12:00)

Chair: A. Matzkin

A.R.Usha Devi

Moment matrix positivity, joint measurability and temporal correlation inequalities

12:00-12:35

 

U. Sinha

Surprises regarding the Superposition principle in interference experiments

12:35-13:05

 

M.Pusey

The robust noncontextuality inequalities in the simplest scenario

13:05-13:40

 

Lunch(13:40-14:50)

Chair: A. Pathak

A. Sen De

Monogamy in Quantum Information

14:50-15:25

 

C. Branciard

(Quantum?) Processes and Correlations with no definite causal order

15:25-16:00

 

 

POSTER SESSION(16:00-18:00)
 (25 posters will be displayed)

 

Dinner(19:00 – 21:00)

2nd December 2015

Chair: M. Ozawa

L. Vaidman*

Counterfactual Communication

9:30-10:20

 

Arvind

Quantum state estimation using weak measurements for qubits and for Gaussian states

10:20-10:55

 

J. Dressel

Violating a Hybrid Bell-Leggett-Garg Inequality with Weak Quantum Measurements

10:55-11:30

 

Tea Break(11:30-12:00)

Chair: Arvind

 

Y. Hasegawa

Fundamental Features of Quantum Mechanics studied in Matter
-Wave Interferometer --- Quantum Cheshire-Cat and spin weak-values ---

12:00-12:35

 

A. Matzkin

Science,  witchcraft, and weak measurements

12:35-13:10

 

Lunch (13:10 - 14:30)

Chair : G. Hegerfeldt

A.Pathak

Non-classicality in quantum and post-quantum theories: Its measures and origin

14:30-15:05

 

D. Sarkar

Correlations in a network- a brief review

15:05-15:40

 

S. Banerjee

Quasi-Probability Distributions and Tomography in Open Quantum System

15:40-16.10

 

Tea break(16: 10 – 16:40)

Chair: G. Kar

R. Rahaman

Device-independent security proof based on non-locality without inequalities

16:40-17.10

 

Y-C Liang

Exploring the limits of quantum nonlocality with entangled photons

17:10-17:45

 

 

Conference Dinner***
(19:30 – 23:00)

 

3rd  December 2015

Chair: P. Busch

L. Maconne*

Quantum Time

9:30-10:20

 

G.Hegerfeldt

Time-optimal quantum control of two-level systems

10:20-10:55

 

S. Ghosh

Non-locality breaking qubit channels: the case for CHSH inequality

10:55-11:30

 

Tea Break(11:30-12:00)

Chair: Y. Hasegawa

R.P. Singh

Phase singular beams and violation of Bell’s inequality: Experiment

12:00-12:35

 

D. Gowsami

Femtosecond Laser Induced Manipulation of Matter for Quantum Information Processing

12:35-13:10

 

Lunch(13:10 - 14:35)

Chair: M. Genovese

D. Home*

Probing Quantum Violation of Macro realism: An Overview of some Recent Studies

14:35-15:25

 

E. Flores

Virtual Interference Pattern

15:25-15:50

 

M. Banik

Reciprocal ontological models show indeterminism of the order of quantum theory

15:50-16:10

 

Tea break(16:10-16:30)

Chair: D. Sarkar

S. Adhikari

An analytical condition in terms of eigenvalues for the violation of Mermin inequality

16:30-17:00

 

T. Mor

Quantum computers - is the future here?

17:00-17:35

 

Dinner(19:00 – 21:00)

4th   December 2015

Chair: L. Maconne

M. Genovese*

Weak measurements: from Measuring incompatible observables to quantum contextuality tests

9:30-10:20

 

N. Samantaray

Probing quantum geometry by quantum light

10:20-10:40

 

J. Banerjee

Generic formation of Schrodinger cats with sub-Planck spots

10:40-11:15

 

Tea Break(11:15-11:35)

Chair: M. J. W. Hall

Y. Shikano

Visualizing a quantum state

11:35-12:10

 

T. Qureshi

Nonlocal Wave-Particle Duality

12:10-12:45

 

S. Sponar

Measurement-Disturbance Uncertainty Relations studied in Neutron Optics

12:45-13:20

 

Closing remarks (13 :20 - 13 :30)
Lunch (13:30 - 14:50)

* Keynote speaker
**Duration includes the time for discussions. The duration of discussions is 10 minutes for keynote speakers and 5 minutes for rest of the speakers.
*** All lunches and dinners will be served at the cafeteria/restaurant of the conference hotel

 

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