Last updated on Mon Aug 20 18:10:20 JST 2003

September 3, Niijima-kaikan

17:00 - 19:00 Registration

Since the registration period before the conference on the morning of September 4 will be very short, you are much encouraged to come to Niijima-kaikan, the conference venue, and also to pick up your conference kit.

QIT-EQIS reception will be held there at the same time. EQIS participants are also welcome. It will be a good occasion for both EQIS and QIT-EQIS participants to meet each other and to visit the ERATO Quantum Computation and Information Project people.

September 4, Niijima-kaikan

09:00 - 09:20 Registration

09:20 - 09:30 Opening

09:30 - 12:10 Morning Session
Session Chair: Jozef Gruska (Masaryk Univ., Brno)

12:10 - 13:30 Lunch

13:30 - 17:30 Afternoon Session
Session Chair: Shigeki Takeuchi (Hokkaido Univ.)

17:30 - 20:00 Poster Session

September 5, Niijima-kaikan

09:10 - 12:10 Morning Session
Session Chair: Charles H. Bennett (IBM Research)

12:10 - 13:30 Lunch Break

13:30 - 14:50 Afternoon Session I
Session Chair: Hoi-Kwong Lo (Univ. of Toronto)

15:10 - 17:40 Afternoon Session II [Parallel]

Session A1
Session Chair: Keiji Matsumoto (ERATO/NII)

Session A2
Session Chair: Masanao Ozawa (Tohoku Univ.)

Session B1
Session Chair: Masahito Hayashi (ERATO)

Session B2
Session Chair: Nobuyuki Imoto (SOKEN)

18:30 - 21:00 Conference Dinner at Heian-kaikan
Dinner Talk: Charles H. Bennett (IBM Research)
Quantum information and our view of the world

September 6, Niijima-Kaikan

09:10 - 12:10 Morning Session
Session Chair: Osamu Hirota (Tamagawa Univ.)

12:10 - 13:30 Lunch Break

13:30 - 17:10 Afternoon Session
Session Chair: Reinhard F. Werner (TU Braunschweig)

17:10 - 20:00 Poster Session and Refreshment

List of Posters

September 4

  1. Xun-Li Feng (CAS, China), Zhi-Zhan Xu (CAS, China)
    Scheme for generating various types of light field entanglements by using beam splitters
  2. P. Chunpeng (KMITL, Thailand), C. Sripakdee (KMITL, Thailand), P.P. Yupapin (KMITL, Thailand)
    Quantum Memory Manipulation via a Fiber Optic Ring Resonator
  3. Min Cao (Suzhou Univ., China), Shiqun Zhu (Suzhou Univ. China)
    Probabilistic Teleportation of multi-Particle d-Level Quantum State
  4. Koujin Takeda (TIT), Hidetoshi Nishimori (TIT)
    Self-dual random-plaquette gauge theory and accuracy threshold of the toric code
  5. Erika Andersson (Univ. of Strathclyde), Anthony Chefles (Univ. of Hertfordshire),
    Igor Jex (CTU), Stephen M. Barnett (Univ. of Strathclyde)
    Quantum comparison
  6. Kae Nemoto (NII), Samuel L. Braunstein (York Univ)
    Quantum coherence in the presence of unobservable quantities
  7. S. Virmani (Imperial College), A. Brazier (Imperial College),
    M. B. Plenio (Imperial College)
    Local Observations on Multiple Copies of a State
  8. Yan-Xia Huang (Hubei Normal Univ., China), Ming-Sheng Zhan (CAS, China)
    Properties and preparation of multiatom entangled state
  9. Juha J. Vartiainen (HUT, Finland), Antti O. Niskanen (VTT, Finland),
    Mikio Nakahara (Kinki Univ.), Martti M. Salomaa (HUT, Finland)
    Acceleration of quantum algorithms using three-qubit gates
  10. Akira Saitoh (Osaka Univ.), Masahiro Kitagawa (Osaka Univ.)
    Macroscopic Binary Entropy in the Initialization of NMR Computers
  11. Wei Liu (CAS, China), Yuxin Zeng (CAS, China), Fuhua Yang (CAS, China),
    Shushen Li (CAS, China), Songlin Feng (CAS, China), Houzhi Zheng (CAS, China)
    A Gated-mode Single-Photon Detection System for Quantum Key Distribution Using InGaAs Avalanche Photodiodes
  12. Robabeh Rahimi Darabad (Osaka Univ./CREST), Kazuyuki Takeda (CREST/Osaka Univ.),
    Masahiro Kitagawa (Osaka Univ./CREST)
    NMR quantum information processing without pseudo-pure state
  13. Munehiro Inukai (Osaka Univ./CREST), Kazuyuki Takeda (CREST/Osaka Univ.),
    Masahiro Kitagawa (Osaka Univ./CREST)
    Quantum gate synthesis from flip-flop Hamiltonian
  14. Mayumi Oto (NTT Communication Science Labs),
    Tomonori Izumitani (NTT Communication Science Labs),
    Yasuhito Kawano (NTT Communication Science Labs)
    Quantum Algorithm for Finding the most Similar Genome Sequence
  15. Masaki Owari (Univ. of Tokyo), Mio Murao (Univ. of Tokyo),
    Samuel L. Braunstein (Bangor Univ.), Kae Nemoto (NII)
    Extension of Schmidt rank in infinite dimensional systems
  16. Hiroyuki Hayashi (Waseda Univ.), Gen Kimura (Waseda Univ.), Yukihiro Ota (Waseda Univ.)
    The reduced dynamics in the presence of initial correlations
  17. Hiroyuki Shiraki (NIT, Nagoya), Shogo Usami (NIT, Nagoya),
    Tsuyoshi Sasaki Usuda (Aichi Pref. Univ./CREST), Ichi Takumi (NIT, Nagoya)
    Quantum error correcting code for specific position errors and its application
  18. Akira Tokuse (Waseda Univ.), Shuichi Tasaki (Waseda Univ.),
    Paolo Facchi (INFN, Italy), Saverio Pascazio (INFN, Italy)
    Decoherence Control on Ion Trap System
  19. Akinori Kawachi (ERATO, Kyoto/Kyoto Univ.),
    Takeshi Koshiba (ERATO, Kyoto/Fujitsu Lab.),
    Harumichi Nishimura (Univ. of Ottawa), Tomoyuki Yamakami (Univ. of Ottawa)
    A Quantum Trapdoor One-Way Function that Relies on the Hardness of the Graph Automorphism Problem
  20. Junichi Shimamura (CREST), Sahin Kaya Özdemir (CREST),
    Fumiaki Morikoshi (NTT), Nobuyuki Imoto (CREST/NTT)
    Effect of a corrupted source in Samaritan's dilemma
  21. Toshiyuki Shimono (ERATO/Univ. of Tokyo), Heng Fan (ERATO)
    Numerical test of the superadditivity of entanglement of formation for four-partite qubits
  22. Takashi Yamada (Univ. of Tokyo/ERATO), Jumpei Niwa (Univ. of Tokyo),
    Fumitaka Yura (ERATO), Hiroshi Imai (Univ. of Tokyo/ERATO)
    Simulation Analysis of the Robustness of the Order-finding Circuit against Errors
  23. Hirotada Kobayashi (ERATO), Keiji Matsumoto (ERATO/NII)
    EXP Upper Bound for Multi-Proof QMA of Perfect Completeness

September 6

  1. Rong Zhang (Suzhou Univ., China), Shiqun Zhu (Suzhou Univ., China)
    Preparation of multi-atom Greenberger-Horne-Zeilinger And W states in Cavity QED
  2. Yasuhiro Takahashi (NTT), Yasuhito Kawano (NTT), Masahiro Kitagawa (Osaka Univ.)
    Constant-Depth Quantum Circuits with Gates for Addition
  3. Xiang-Bin Wang (ERATO), Heng Fan (ERATO)
    Unconditional entanglement concentrator with ordinary linear optics devices
  4. Andrej Dubrovsky (Univ. of Latvia), Oksana Scegulnaja (Univ. of Latvia)
    Quantum algorithms and lower bounds for 3-Sum problem
  5. Hiroto Kubotani (Kanagawa Univ./Nara Women's Univ.), Mikito Toda (Nara Women's Univ.),
    Mitsue Den (CRL)
    Entanglement Generation by Quantum Chaos
  6. Koji Maruyama (Imperial College), Peter L. Knight (Imperial College)
    Quantum cloning under decoherence and an application of the cloning
  7. P. T. Cochrane (Univ. of Queensland, St Lucia),
    T. C. Ralph (Univ. of Queensland, St Lucia)
    Tailoring teleportation to the quantum alphabet
  8. D.Markham, M. Murao and V. Vedral
    Entanglement generation using thermal spin states
  9. Noboru Kunihiro (Univ. of Electro-Communications)
    Practical running time of factoring by quantum circuits
  10. Sándor Imre (BUTE, Hungary), Ferenc Balázs (BUTE, Hungary)
    Generalized Grover Database Search Operator with Arbitrary Initial State
  11. Yoshitaka Tsurukame (Osaka Univ./CREST), Masahiro Kitagawa (Osaka Univ./CREST)
    NMR experiments on in-place addition circuits using quantum Fourier transformation
  12. Takashi Uto (Osaka Univ./CREST), Kazuyuki Takeda (Osaka Univ./CREST),
    Masahiro Kitagawa (Osaka Univ./CREST)
    Controlled operations by solid-state NMR based on dipolar recoupling under magic anglespinning
  13. Sangchul Oh (KIAS), Jaewan Kim (KIAS)
    Entanglement of electron spins in many-body systems
  14. Takahiro Murakami (Hiroshima Univ.), Masataka Iinuma (Hiroshima Univ.),
    Tohru Takahashi (Hiroshima Univ.), Yutaka Kadoya, (Hiroshima Univ.),
    Masamichi Yamanishi (Hiroshima Univ.)
    Numerical analysis of a two-qubit quantum gate with a capacitive coupling
  15. Akinori Kawachi (ERATO, Kyoto/Kyoto Univ.), Hirotada Kobayashi (ERATO),
    Takeshi Koshiba (ERATO, Kyoto/Fujitsu), Raymond H. Putra (ERATO, Kyoto/Kyoto Univ.)
    A Characterization of Quantum One-Way Permutations
  16. Akio Hosoya (TIT), Alberto Carlini (ERATO)
    Black Hole Thermodynamics and Quantum Information Theory
  17. A. Carollo (Imperial College/INFM), I. Fuentes-Guridi (Perimeter Institute, Canada),
    M. Francca Santos (Imperial College), V. Vedral (Imperial College)
    Spin-1/2 geometric phase driven by decohering quantum fields
  18. Seiya Okubo (UEC, Tokyo), Tetsuro Nishino (UEC, Tokyo),
    Kazuo Ohta (UEC, Tokyo), Noboru Kunihiro (UEC, Tokyo)
    Two Efficient Quantum Search Algorithms on NMR Quantum Computers
  19. Caroline Rogers (Univ. of Warwick), Rajagopal Nagarajan (Univ. of Warwick)
    Transmission of unknown variable length quantum strings
  20. Jun Hasegawa (Univ. of Tokyo/ERATO), Fumitaka Yura (ERATO)
    Quantum Counting with Decoherence Errors --- Influence of Circuits' Order ---
  21. Jaeyoon Cho (KAIST), Hai-Woong Lee (KAIST)
    Quantum Teleportation with Atoms Trapped in Cavities

September 7, Excursion