Quantum Information Processing and Applications

An International School and Conference on Quantum Information Processing and Applications (QIPA-2011) will be held during 14 -20 February, 2011 at the Harish-Chandra Research Institute (HRI), Allahabad, India. The school will be from 14-16 February and conference will be held from 18-20 February, with a one-day break on 17 February.

In this program, in addition to fundamental issues related to quantum information, the focus will be on topics at the interface of quantum information with other sciences like condensed matter, cold gas, quantum optics, and quantum chaos.

The talks slides of the program is now available.

The photos of the program is now available.

The program poster is available here.

Some pictures of the HRI campus.

You are requested to complete the registration form, if you are interested to attend the program. In addition, if you would like to present a talk or a poster, please complete the form for the submission of abstracts. The deadline for registration as well as the submission of abstract is 30 November, 2010. We encourage everyone, especially the students, to stay for the whole duration and leave either early on 21 Feb. or late on 20 Feb.

We will provide local hospitality including accommodation. A limited number of travel support is also available upon request.

There is no registration fee.

Scientific Organizing Committee:

  • GS Agarwal, Oklahama
  • SL Braunstein, York
  • JI Cirac, Munich
  • N Gisin, Geneva
  • R Ghosh, New Delhi
  • R Horodecki, Gdansk
  • Anil Kumar, Bengaluru
  • M Lewenstein, Barcelona
  • S Popescu, Bristol
  • AK Rajagopal, Bengaluru
  • SM Roy, Mumbai
  • R Simon, Chennai
  • M Zukowski, Gdansk

Local Organizing Committee:

  • Arun Kumar Pati
  • Prabhu R.
  • Aditi Sen De
  • Ujjwal Sen

Click here for activities of the QIC group at HRI


  • Scientific Computing and Networking, HRI