Quantum Computing and Communication (OC)
This group deals with the basic aspects of quantum information theory, theoretical and experimental aspects of quantum computing, quantum communication systems, cryptography, new quantum effects and their experimental realizations, generation, detection and applications of nonclassical light, quantum noise, stochastic processes and filtering, quantum measurement theory, and quantum control.
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Boston University, United States
May 12 - May 15 2014
Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, Illinois,
May 23 - May 24 2014
May 26 - May 27 2014
June 08 - June 13 2014
San Jose Convention Center, San Jose,
July 06 - July 10 2014