Quantum Information and Measurement (QIM) is an exciting, rapidly growing area of scientific interest and development, attracting cutting-edge theoretical and experimental research worldwide. Entanglement is a key resource for quantum information and quantum computing, whereas decoherence is the main adversary. Optical methods play a key role in many implementations of quantum information.  There are 27 invited and 66 contributed oral presentations scheduled, together with 43 poster presentations.
Antonio Acin, ICFO -The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Spain, Device-Independent Quantum Key Distribution, Invited

Alex Arkhipov, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States, The Computational Complexity of Linear Optics, Invited

Alexia Auffeves, CNRS, France, Reversible Information-to-Energy Conversions in a Quantum Hybrid System, Invited

Kai Bongs, Universit├Ąt Hamburg, United Kingdom, iSense: A Technology Platform for Cold Atom Based Quantum Technologies, Invited

Robert Boyd, University of Ottawa, Canada, Quantum Nonlinear Optics: Nonlinear Optics Meets the Quantum World, Invited

Antoine Browaeys, Institut d'Optique, France, Measurement of the van der Waals interaction between two Rydberg atom, Invited

Nicolas Brunner, University of Bristol, Device-Independent Quantum Information Processing, Invited

Leonardo DiCarlo, Technische Universiteit Delft, Netherlands, Two-Qubit Parity Meters in 2D and 3D Circuit Quantum Electrodynamics, Invited

Hagai Eisenberg, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, Controlled Decoherence of Quantum Systems, Invited

Trent Graham, Univ of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States, SuperDense Teleportation using Hyperentangled Photons, Invited

Marco Gramegna, Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologic, Italy, Time Emerging from Quantum Correlations, Invited

Ronald Hanson, Kavli Institute of Nanoscience Delft, Netherlands, Quantum Measurements using Diamond Spins: From Fundamental Tests to Long-Distance Teleportation , Invited

Andrew Houck, Princeton University, United States, TBD, Invited

Elham Kashefi, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom, Verification of Quantum Computation, Invited

Jungsang Kim, Duke University, United States, Scalable Quantum Information Processing with Trapped Ions, Invited

Paul Lett, National Inst of Standards & Technology, United States, Sending Quantum Correlations through Dispersive Media, Invited

William Munro, NTT Basic Research Laboratories, Japan, The Role of Memories in Quantum Networks, Invited

Joshua Nunn, University of Oxford, United Kingdom, Storing GHz Bandwidth Heralded Single Photons in a Room-Temperature Raman Memory: Efficiency and Noise, Invited

Paulo Nussenzveig, Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil, Spectral Homodyne Detection, Resonator Detection, and Entanglement in the Above-threshold OPO, Invited

Miles Padgett, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom, Photon Sparse Imaging, Invited

Mohsen Razavi, University of Leeds, United Kingdom, Quantum Memories in Action , Invited

Robert Schoelkopf, Yale University, United States, TBD, Invited

Irfan Siddiqi, University of California Berkeley, United States, Observing Sigle Quantum Trajectories of a Superconducting Qubit, Invited

Nicolas Treps, Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, France, Quantum Networks with Optical Frequency Combs, Invited

Philip Walther, Universitat Wien, Austria, Photonic Quantum Cloud Computing, Invited

Andrew White, University of Queensland, Australia, Photonic Quantum Simulation, Invited

Andrew White, University of Queensland, Australia, Photonic Quantum Simulation, Invited

Anton Zeilinger, Universitat Wien, Austria, Imaging via Quantum Indistinguishability of undetected Photons , Invited

Lijian Zhang, University of Oxford, United Kingdom, Precision Metrology with Weak Measurements, Invited

Zheshen Zhang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States, Quantum Communication Using Time-Energy Entangled Photons, Invited

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Claude Fabre, Universite Pierre et Marie Curie, France
John Howell, University of Rochester, United States

Program Chair

Andrew Jordan, University of Rochester, United States
Ian Walmsley, University of Oxford, United Kingdom


James Franson, University of Maryland Baltimore County, United States
Akira Furusawa, University of Tokyo, Japan
Philippe Grangier, Institut d'Optique, France
Guang-can Guo, Univ of Science and Technology of China,
Norbert Lutkenhaus, University of Waterloo, Canada
Howard Wiseman, Griffith University, Australia