Optimal Measurements for
Scalable Quantum Technologies


Year 2 Review at MIT

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Please register at this link by July 10.

Haus Room, Building 36, Room 428
50 Vassar St, Cambridge, MA 02139

Air: Boston Airport. ~20-min taxi to campus
Train: Boston South Station. Take Red-Line Metro to Kendall Square (10-20 min)


Time TitleLocation
8:00amBreakfastAllen Room, 36-462
9:00amDirk EnglundIntroductionHaus Room, 36-428
9:15amLiang JiangAncilla Assisted Quantum Measurement and Error Correction in Superconducting Circuits Haus Room, 36-428
9:45amLuming Duan,
represented by Shengtao Wang
Hamiltonian tomography for quantum many-body systems with arbitrary couplingsHaus Room, 36-428
10:15amSeth LloydQuantum Principal Component AnalysisHaus Room, 36-428
10:45amBreakHaus Room, 36-428
11:00amDirk EnglundQuantum Information Processing Using Large-Scale Reconfigurable Photonic Integrated CircuitsHaus Room, 36-428
11:30amKarl BerggrenSuperconducting Nanowires for Single Photon Sensing and On-Chip Electronics in a Photonic Integrated CircuitHaus Room, 36-428
12:00pmFranco WongGeneration and characterization of high-purity single photonsHaus Room, 36-428
12:20pmlunchAllen Room, 36-462
1:00pmLab ToursGuided toursMIT
2:00pmJeffrey H. ShapiroFloodlight Quantum Key Distribution: A Practical Route to Gbps Secret-Key RatesHaus Room, 36-428
2:30pmMikhail D. LukinProbing and controlling strongly interacting spin qubit systemsHaus Room, 36-428
3:00pmChristopher MonroeDemonstration of Reconfigurable Quantum Algorithms and Nonequilibrium Dynamics with QubitsHaus Room, 36-428
3:30pmPoster SessionLobby, 36-8th floor
5:00pmEnd of Meeting

Year 1 Review at MIT

Friday, March 20, 2015

Air: Boston Airport
Train: Boston South Station

We have blocked off rooms at the Hyatt Regency in Cambridge (575 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA 02139; Phone: 617-492-1234) at a rate of $166.00 per night plus tax. You may reserve a room at the Hyatt here: https://resweb.passkey.com/Resweb.do?mode=welcome_ei_new&eventID=13786344

The cut-off date is March 9, after which reservations may be made based on availability.

Alternatively, you may reserve a room at the Boston Marriott Cambridge (2 Cambridge, 50 Broadway, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02142, Phone: 617-494-6600) here: http://cwp.marriott.com/boscb/mit2013 and enter code MT2 in the Corporate/Promotional Code box to obtain MIT’s rate.

Or at the Kendall Hotel (350 Main Street, Cambridge 0214; Phone: 617-577-1300) here: http://www.kendallhotel.com and enter MIT in the “Promo Code” box or contact the hotel.


8:00amBreakfastAllen Room, 36-462
8:30amWelcome & First Morning SessionHaus Room, 36-428
10:15amCoffee BreakAllen Room, 36-462
10:30amSecond Morning SessionHaus Room, 36-428
12:00pmLunchAllen Room, 36-462
1:00pmAfternoon SessionHaus Room, 36-428
2:30pmCoffee BreakAllen Room, 36-462
3:00pmLab ToursTBA
4:00pmReception & PostersAllen Room, 36-462
5:00pmEnd of MeetingHaus Room, 36-428


Kick-Off Meeting

Friday, April 18, 2014

Haus Room
Building 36, Room 428
50 Vassar St, Cambridge, MA 02139

Air: Boston Airport
Train: Boston South Station

We have reserved a block of rooms at the Marriott Hotel (2 Cambridge, 50 Broadway, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02142)
Please make room reservations directly as soon as possible, since hotels will book out quickly leading up to the Boston marathon


8:30 AMRobert Bonneau, AFOSRWelcome
Session 18:40 AMDirk EnglundIntroduction
Session 18:50 AMChristopher MonroeMany-Body Entanglement with Trapped Atomic Ion Qubits
Session 19:20 AMLuming DuanQuantum metrology with Dicke squeezed state
Session 19:50 AMMikhail LukinQuantum measurement and control of spin qubits
break10:20 AMbreak
Session 210:30 AMSeth LloydQuantum Principal Component Analysis
Session 211:00 AMMasoud MohseniA unified picture of quantum tomography and parameter estimation
Session 211:30 AMJeffrey H. ShapiroSecuring Communication using Quantum Illumination
lunch12:00 PMlunch
Session 31:30 PMFranco WongSecure communication via quantum illumination, and generation of pure-state photons
Session 32:00 PMDirk EnglundSilicon Photonics for Quantum Information Processing
Session 32:30 PMKarl BerggrenSuperconducting devices for single-photon sensing and feed-forward electronics
break3:00 PM
Session 43:30 PMLiang Jiang (+R. Schoelkopf)Quantum Measurement and State Verification in Superconducting Circuit Systems
Session 44:00 PMScott AaronsonBosonSampling
break4:30 PMbreak
Poster Session4:50 PMroom t.b.dPoster Session
End of Meeting6:00 PMroom t.b.dEnd of Meeting