3-7 March 2014, Nagoya University



Description: NWW2014 is the fifth of a series of workshops held in Nagoya University, aiming to achieve advances in quantum information, quantum measurement, and quantum foundations, by exploring new research dealing with (but not limited to) quantum information theory, quantum measurement theory and the uncertainty principle, weak measurements and weak values, quantum information thermodynamics, algebraic, category theoretical, and set theoretical approach to foundations of quantum theory, emergent quantum theory, and experimental investigations of quantum foundations.

Invited Speakers: Giacomo M. D'Ariano (U. of Pavia), Andreas Döring (U. of Oxford), Keiichi Edamatsu (Tohoku U.), Gerhard Grössing (Austrian Inst. for Nonlinear Studies), Michael J. W. Hall (Griffith U.), Mitsuru Hamada (Tamagawa U.), Yuji Hasegawa (T.U. Vienna), Masahito Hayashi (Nagoya U.), Gábor Hofer-Szabó (Hungarian Acad. of Sciences), Andrei Khrennikov (Linnaeus U.), Laszlo Kish (Texas A&M U.), Yuichiro Kitajima (Nihon U.), Keiji Matsumoto (N.I.I., Tokyo), Harumichi Nishimura (Nagoya U.), Kazuya Okamura (Kyoto U.), Izumi Ojima (Kyoto U.), Paolo Perinotti (U. of Pavia), Helmut Rauch (T.U. Vienna), Hayato Saigo (Nagahama Inst.), Shogo Tanimura (Nagoya U.)

When: 3/7 March 2014

Where: Nagoya University, Higashiyama Campus, School of Informatics and Sciences, room SIS2 (fourth floor). Directions: click here.

Organizers: Masanao Ozawa (GSIS) and Francesco Buscemi (IAR & GSIS)