We are pleased to announce the second plenary meeting of the International Quantum Tensor Network, hosted by the Flatiron Institute’s Center for Computational Quantum Physics (CCQ) in New York City. This joint meeting with the Max Planck-New York Center for Nonequilibrium Quantum Phenomena builds upon our inaugural meeting at UCL to identify further developments and opportunities for tensor networks in quantum software, and to broaden the network to include new ideas and people from the broader quantum computation community.
The program features sessions on a range of topics, including applications of MPS beyond quantum simulation, open quantum systems and scaling Tensor Networks.
We offer up to £1000 towards travel expenses per attendee, and accommodation for Wednesday 1, Thursday 2 and Friday 3 March.*
Please note that registration for this meeting closed on Saturday 10 December 2022.
Garnet Chan (Caltech), Jutho Haegeman (Ghent University), Dieter Jaksch (University of Oxford), Stefanos Kourtis (Université de Sherbrooke), Andreas Läuchli (Paul Scherrer Institut), Zala Lenarcic (Institut Jožef Stefan), Roger Mong (Pittsburgh Quantum Institute), Anne Nielsen (Aarhus University), Nicola Pancotti (AWS), Olivier Parcollet (CCQ), Tibor Rakovsky (Stanford), Dmitry Savostyanov (University of Essex), Norbert Schuch (University of Vienna), Kevin Slagle (Rice), Luca Tagliacozzo (CSIC), Ruben Veressen (Harvard), Guifre Vidal (Google), Carolin Wille (University of Oxford), Mike Zaletel (UC Berkeley), Marko Znidaric (University of Ljubljana).
*except for UK-based PhD students who, by the rules of the EPSRC, must make alternative funding arrangements.
*no fee will be charged to CCQ, NYU or City University of New York attendees, as they do not require travel or accommodation.