Scoop and Aim
The Faculty of Sciences at Mohammed V University in Rabat hosted the first edition of the Quantum Morocco conference from the 18th to the 22nd of September 2023. The conference focused on the recent developments in the field of quantum science, with a particular focus on quantum computing and its practical implementations. The event’s goal is to push the position of Morocco in the global race toward quantum supremacy by raising awareness among the Moroccan science community about the fast-growing field of quantum science through the talks and lectures given by internationally leading experts in the field of quantum science. Moreover, the conference aimed at building collaborations between Moroccan and international scientists from academia and industry. The conference was free of charge for Moroccan students.
Dominik Andrzejczuk - QDC
Ushering In The Quantum Information Age .
Fabio Anza - Università degli Studi di Trieste
Microscopic and Emergent Dynamics of quantum information flows.
Dariusz Chruściński - Nicolaus Copernicus University
Relaxation rates for Markovian semigroups: classical vs. quantum.
Lukasz Cincio - Los Alamos National Laboratory
Generalization in quantum machine learning from few training data.
Omar Fawzi - École Normale Supérieure de Lyon
Certification of quantum channels.
Paweł Horodecki - Gdańsk University of Technology
Unbounded quantum advantage.
Özgür E. Müstecaplıoğlu - Koç University
Reservoir Engineering for Quantum Thermal and Information Technologies.
Mauro Paternostro - Queen’s University Belfast
Quantum neuromorphic approach for efficient sensing of gravity-induced entanglement.
Łukasz Pawela - Institute of Theoretical and Applied Informatics, Polish Academy of Sciences
Simulating Quantum Architectures.
Jess Riedel - NTT Research - Physics & Informatics Lab
Defining wavefunction branches: Taylor-McCulloch, Weingarten, ETH, and general desiderata.
Łukasz Rudnicki - University of Gdańsk
Sub-Rayleigh source discriminations with unbalanced intensities and imperfect demultiplexers.
Anna Sanpera - ICREA & Universitat Autònoma Barcelona
Using the theory of entanglement to study the local Hamiltonian problem.
Avadh Saxena - Los Alamos National Laboratory
Non-Hermitian Quantum Systems: Qubits, Decoherence, Information, Entropy, and Beyond.
Zoltan Zimboras - Wigner Research Center for Physics
Generalized group designs.
Karol Życzkowski - Jagiellonian University
A Personal Introduction to Quantum Information Theory.
- Hicham Ait Mansour - Mohammed V University in Rabat
- Adil Belhaj - Mohammed V University in Rabat
- Abderrahim El Allati - Abdelmalek Essaâdi University
- Morad El Baz - Mohammed V University in Rabat
- Oumayma El Bir - Mohammed V University in Rabat
- Hasnaa Hajji - Mohammed V University in Rabat
- Yassine Hassouni - Mohammed V University in Rabat
- Kamil Korzekwa - Jagiellonian University
- Zakaria Mzaouali - Institute of Theoretical and Applied Informatics, Polish Academy of Sciences
- Zbigniew Puchała - Institute of Theoretical and Applied Informatics, Polish Academy of Sciences
- Abdellah Slaoui - Mohammed V University in Rabat
- Maria Stawska
- Akram Touil - Los Alamos National Laboratory