Tuesday, 30 May – Friday, 2 June
CHBO-418, Campus Hub, University of Malta, Msida
QIM-Quantum Information Malta is a workshop devoted to open problems in quantum computation, quantum thermodynamics and quantum entanglement. The interdisciplinary, cutting-edge research aspects of quantum computing will be addressed by world-leading experts delivering keynote lectures on the topics from a broader perspective and research talks on specific open problems to be addressed during the workshop. The schedule of QIM will be organised in such a way to have significant time for open discussions.
- Prof. Antonio Acín (ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Spain)
- Prof. Karol Życzkowski (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
- Prof. Francesco Plastina (University of Calabria, Italy)
- Prof. Salvatore Lorenzo (University of Palermo, Italy)
Titles and abstracts of the talks can be found here.
Organised by the University of Malta, with the financial support of the Malta Council for Science and Technology (MCST) it will also showcase the research performed at the University of Malta on these topics and bring together national and international stakeholders of the quantum ecosystem.
A poster session and limited number of slots for talks are available. Acceptance for posters and talks will be communicated by Friday, 5th May 2023.
Deadline for registration is Wednesday, 3rd May 2023.
Registration form: QIM23.
Accomodation & Transportation
As the workshop is set to take place at the prestigious University of Malta, it benefits from excellent transport links with numerous buses passing through. With this in mind, the QIM organizers have not made any specific recommendations or bookings for accommodations. However, we suggest that participants check out booking.com or Airbnb for suitable options. To make travel to the workshop more convenient, we recommend booking accommodations in the towns of Msida, Gżira, ta’ Xbiex or San Ġwann, which offer relatively affordable prices and are within walking distance of the University of Malta. For those seeking a more charming stay, the vibrant town of Sliema, as well as the famous city of Valletta, provide plenty of appeal, albeit at a higher price point.