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Rodolfo Cuerno <[log in para visualizar]>
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Wed, 2 Mar 2022 13:53:08 +0100
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Asunto: 	Summer School "Stochastic Quantum Evolutions", 4-8 July 2022
Fecha: 	Wed, 2 Mar 2022 13:32:38 +0100
De: 	Denis BERNARD <[log in para visualizar]>
Para: 	Denis Bernard <[log in para visualizar]>
CC: 	ion nechita <[log in para visualizar]>

Dear colleagues,

We would like to bring to your attention the following summer school on 
"Stochastic Quantum Evolutions", scheduled on 4-8 July 2022 to take 
place on the island of Porquerolles (France). The website of the event 

This summer school aims at gathering mathematicians, physicists and 
computer scientists interested in stochastic methods in quantum mechanics.

Several introductory lectures will be given by leading researchers in 
the field. Topics include /quantum machine learning, correlations in 
device-independent scenarios, quantum trajectories and feedback, random 
unitary circuits, and quantum cellular automata/. The lectures shall be 
complemented by additional, more focused, research talks. Poster 
sessions for Phd and post-doctoral students will be organized during the 
week. Ample time for discussion and exchanges will be set aside, 
allowing for an interactive and inclusive in-person event.

The registration is open, and we encourage interested people to sign up 
as soon as possible (and at the latest by April 30th 2022), since the 
number of spots is limited. When registering, one can apply to give a 
talk or to present a poster during the event.

Please forward this announcement to anyone who might be interested.

Best wishes,

Denis Bernard, Cécilia Lancien, Ion Nechita, Clément Pellegrini, Denis 

CNRS & Laboratoire de Physique de l'ENS, Paris <>
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