Invited Talks

Contributed Talks

  • Michal Oszmaniec, Remigiusz Augusiak, Christian Gogolin, Janek Kolodynski, Antonio Acin and Maciej Lewenstein
    Random bosonic states for robust quantum metrology
  • Mario Berta, Omar Fawzi and Marco Tomamichel.
    On variational expressions for quantum relative entropies
  • Bill Fefferman and Chris Umans.
    On the power of quantum fourier sampling*
  • Mark Wilde, Marco Tomamichel and Mario Berta.
    Strong converse rates for private communication over quantum channels
  • Giacomo De Palma, Dario Trevisan and Vittorio Giovannetti.
    Gaussian states minimize the output entropy of the one-mode quantum attenuator
  • Stacey Jeffery and Shelby Kimmel.
    NAND-trees and graph connectivity in quantum algorithms
  • Christian Majenz, Mario Berta, Frédéric Dupuis, Renato Renner and Matthias Christandl.
    Catalytic decoupling of quantum information
  • Tom Cooney, Christoph Hirche, Ciara Morgan, Jonathan Olson, Kaushik Seshadreesan, John Watrous and Mark Wilde.
    Operational meaning of quantum measures of recovery
  • Rotem Arnon-Friedman, Christopher Portmann and Volkher Scholz.
    Quantum-proof multi-source randomness extractors in the Markov model*
  • Stacey Jeffery and Francois Le Gall.
    Quantum communication complexity of distributed set joins
  • Anurag Anshu, Ankit Garg, Aram Harrow and Penghui Yao.
    Lower bound on expected communication cost of quantum Huffman coding*
  • Marco Piani, Marco Cianciaruso, Thomas Bromley, Carmine Napoli, Nathaniel Johnston and Gerardo Adesso.
    Robustness of asymmetry and coherence of quantum states
  • Jamie Sikora.
    Simple, near-optimal quantum protocols for die-rolling based on integer-commitment*
  • Shelby Kimmel, Cedric Yen-Yu Lin, Guang Hao Low, Maris Ozols and Theodore Yoder.
    Hamiltonian simulation with optimal sample complexity
  • Rodrigo Gallego, Jens Eisert and Henrik Wilming.
    Defining work from a resource-theoretic perspective
  • Mohammad Bavarian, Thomas Vidick and Henry Yuen.
    Parallel repetition via fortification: analytic view and the quantum case
  • Sophie Laplante, Mathieu Laurière, Alexandre Nolin, Jérémie Roland and Gabriel Senno.
    Robust Bell inequalities from communication complexity*
  • Iagoba Apellaniz, Matthias Kleinmann, Otfried Gühne and Géza Tóth.
    Witnessing metrologically useful entanglement
  • Alex Bocharov, Shawn Cui, Martin Roetteler and Krysta Svore.
    Computing with qutrits: comparative analysis of two ternary architectures
  • Nai-Hui Chia and Sean Hallgren.
    How hard is deciding trivial versus nontrivial in the dihedral coset problem?*
  • Patrick Hayden, Sepehr Nezami, Xiao-Liang Qi, Nathaniel Thomas, Michael Walter and Zhao Yang.
    Holographic duality from random tensor networks
  • Shalev Ben-David.
    The structure of promises in quantum speedups*
  • Martin Roetteler.
    Quantum algorithms for abelian difference sets and applications to dihedral hidden subgroups*
  • Cécilia Lancien, Sara Di Martino, Marcus Huber, Marco Piani, Gerardo Adesso and Andreas Winter.
    Should entanglement measures be monogamous or faithful?
  • Florian Speelman.
    Instantaneous non-local computation of low T-depth quantum circuits*
  • Juan Bermejo-Vega, Nicolas Delfosse, Dan E Browne, Cihan Okay and Robert Raussendorf.
    Contextuality as a resource for qubit quantum computation

* submissions accepted to the conference track (proceedings)

Posters

  1. Mario Berta, Hrant Gharibyan and Michael Walter.
    Entanglement-assisted capacities of compound quantum channels
  2. Juan Miguel Arrazola, Markos Karasamanis and Norbert Lutkenhaus.
    Practical quantum retrieval games
  3. Krishnakumar Sabapathy.
    On bosonic non-Gaussian processes: photon-added Gaussian channels
  4. Anna Jenčová and Martin Plávala.
    Conditions for optimal input states for discrimination of quantum channels
  5. Felix Huber and Otfried Gühne.
    Characterizing ground and thermal states of few-body Hamiltonians
  6. Mirjam Weilenmann and Roger Colbeck.
    The entropy vector method is unable to certify non-classicality in line-like causal structures
  7. Peter Turner and Damian Markham.
    Derandomizing quantum circuits with measurement based unitary designs
  8. Alex Bredariol Grilo, Iordanis Kerenidis and Attila Pereszlenyi.
    Pointer Quantum PCPs and Multi-Prover Games
  9. Juan Mauricio Matera, Dario Egloff, Nathan Killoran and Martin Plenio.
    On the Resource Theory of Control of Quantum Systems
  10. Weilong Wang and Marcos Curty.
    Measurement-device-independent quantum key distribution with leaky sources
  11. Davide Nuzzi, Alessandro Cuccoli, Paola Verrucchi and Ruggero Vaia.
    Qubit's state control and entanglement transfer by large-S spin solitons
  12. Flavien Hirsch, Marco Tulio Quintino, Tamas Vertesi, Matthew Pusey and Nicolas Brunner.
    Algorithmic construction of LHV models and applications
  13. Matthew Amy, Olivia Di Matteo, Vlad Gheorghiu, Michele Mosca, Alex Parent and John Schanck.
    Estimating the cost of generic quantum pre-image attacks on SHA-2 and SHA-3
  14. Martin Kliesch, Richard Kueng, Jens Eisert and David Gross.
    Improving compressed sensing with the diamond norm
  15. Carlos E. González-Guillén, Cécilia Lancien, Carlos Palazuelos and Ignacio Villanueva.
    RANDOM QUANTUM CORRELATIONS ARE GENERICALLY NON-CLASSICAL
  16. Bartosz Regula and Gerardo Adesso.
    Geometric approach to entanglement quantification with polynomial measures
  17. Dongsheng Wang and Robert Raussendorf.
    Resource states classification for measurement-based quantum computation
  18. Xiongfeng Ma, Xiao Yuan, Qi Zhao, Hongyi Zhou, Davide Girolami and Zhu Cao.
    Quantum randomness and coherence
  19. Alexander Streltsov, Eric Chitambar, Swapan Rana, Manabendra Nath Bera, Andreas Winter and Maciej Lewenstein.
    Entanglement and coherence in quantum state merging
  20. Ali Asadian, Paul Erker, Marcus Huber and Claude Kloeckl.
    Heisenberg-Weyl Observables: Bloch vectors in phase space
  21. Lea Kraemer and Lídia del Rio.
    Currencies in resource theories
  22. Paul Erker, Mario Krenn and Marcus Huber.
    Quantifying high dimensional entanglement with cameras and lenses
  23. Vincenzo Auletta, Diodato Ferraioli, Ashutosh Rai, Giannicola Scarpa and Andreas Winter.
    Belief-invariant Equilibria in Games with Incomplete Information
  24. Yoshifumi Nakata, Christoph Hirche, Ciara Morgan and Andreas Winter.
    Decoupling with Random Diagonal-Unitaries
  25. Haoyu Qi and Mark M. Wilde.
    Capacities of Quantum Amplifier Channels
  26. Niraj Kumar, Eleni Diamanti and Iordanis Kerenidis.
    Efficient quantum communications with multiplexed coherent state fingerprints
  27. Levon Chakhmakhchyan, Nicolas Cerf and Raúl García-Patrón.
    Approximating the permanent of Hermitian positive semidefinite matrices
  28. Hai-Chau Nguyen and Thanh Vu.
    Necessary and sufficient condition for steerability of two-qubit states by the geometry of steering outcomes
  29. Romain Alléaume.
    High Dimensional Hybrid Quantum Key Distribution
  30. Martin Schwarz, Oliver Buerschaper and Jens Eisert.
    Approximating local observables on projected entangled-pair states
  31. Álvaro Navarrete-Rodríguez, Feihu Xu and Marcos Curty.
    Characterising multi-photon quantum interference with decoy-state techniques
  32. Laura Mančinska.
    Maximally entangled states in pseudo-telepathy games
  33. Nicholas Chancellor, James Morley, Viv Kendon and Sougato Bose.
    Adiabatic and quantum walk search algorithms as quantum annealing extremes
  34. Hanna Wojewódka, Fernando Brandão, Andrzej Grudka, Karol Horodecki, Michał Horodecki, Paweł Horodecki, Marcin Pawlowski and Ravishankar Ramanathan.
    Amplifying the randomness of weak sources correlated with devices
  35. Fabien Clivaz, Marcus Huber and Glaucia Murta.
    Genuine-multipartite entanglement criteria based on positive maps
  36. Olivia Di Matteo and Michele Mosca.
    Parallelizing quantum circuit synthesis
  37. Yun Shang and Yu Wang.
    Quantum teleportation by quantum walks
  38. Emilio Onorati, Winton Brown, Oliver Buerschaper, Martin Kliesch, Albert H. Werner and Jens Eisert.
    Mixing properties of stochastic quantum Hamiltonians
  39. Stephan Weis.
    Information topologies on non-commutative state spaces
  40. Frédéric Grosshans, Thomas Lawson, François Morain and Benjamin Smith.
    Factoring Safe Semiprimes with a Single Quantum Query
  41. Chitra Shukla, Kishore Thapliyal and Anirban Pathak.
    Hierarchical quantum communication over noisy channels
  42. Shantanav Chakraborty, Leonardo Novo, Andris Ambainis and Yasser Omar.
    Spatial search by quantum walk is optimal for almost all graphs
  43. Stefan Huber, Robert König and Anna Vershynina.
    Geometric inequalities from phase space translations
  44. Miriam Backens.
    Classical Simulation of Quantum Computations and the Holant problem
  45. Christopher Cade, Ashley Montanaro and Aleksandrs Belovs .
    Time and Space Efficient Quantum Algorithms for Detecting Cycles and Testing Bipartiteness
  46. Daniel Stilck França.
    Perfect Sampling for Quantum Gibbs States
  47. Stephen Piddock and Ashley Montanaro.
    Complexity of local qudit Hamiltonians
  48. Anna Szczepanek and Wojciech Słomczyński.
    Quantum Dynamical Entropy and Hadamard Matrices
  49. Christophe Vuillot and Nikolas Breuckmann.
    Systematic construction of color codes in any dimension
  50. Parth Girdhar and Eric G. Cavalcanti.
    All two qubit states that are steerable via CHSH-type correlations are Bell-nonlocal
  51. David Stephen, Robert Raussendorf, Dongsheng Wang, Tzu-Chieh Wei and Abhishodh Prakash.
    Symmetry Protected Topological Phases with Uniform Computational Capability
  52. Shin-Liang Chen, Costantino Budroni, Yeong-Cherng Liang and Yueh-Nan Chen.
    Device-Independent Quantification of Quantum Steerability, Measurement Incompatibility, and Self-Testing
  53. Atul Mantri, Tommaso Demarie and Joseph Fitzsimons.
    Universality of quantum computation with cluster states and (X,Y)-plane measurements
  54. Fabian Bohnet-Waldraff, Olivier Giraud and Daniel Braun.
    Entanglement and tensor representation of symmetric states
  55. Atul Mantri, Tommaso F. Demarie, Nicolas C. Menicucci and Joseph F. Fitzsimons.
    Flow ambiguity: A path towards classically driven blind quantum computation
  56. Daniel Suess, Łukasz Rudnicki, Thiago O. Maciel and David Gross.
    Error regions in quantum state tomography: computational complexity caused by geometry of quantum states
  57. Joel Klassen.
    The symmetric extendability problem and a general test for pure symmetric extendability
  58. Tom Douce, Damian Markham, Elham Kashefi, Eleni Diamanti, Thomas Coudreau, Pérola Milman, Peter van Loock and Giulia Ferrini.
    Continuous-variable instantaneous quantum computing is hard to sample