Quantum information physics is a rapidly developing field of research which merges quantum physics and quantum information theory at a very deep bottom and is gathering much interest. The field is involved with various fundamental issues of physics, including: information loss problem of black hole evaporation, topological orders of condensed matter physics, and reinterpretation of AdS/CFT correspondence using tensor networks in quantum information theory. YQIP 2014 is the first YITP international workshop emphasizing a focus on quantum information physics. The workshop will take place between August 4th and August 7th, 2014 and will feature invited talks, contributed talks, and a poster session. The registration fee for the workshop is free. We hope to be able to partially support local expenses for mainly young participants; who are invited to give oral and/or poster presentations.


Invited Speakers

Matthew Headrick (Brandeis University)

Benni Reznik (Tel Aviv University)

Takahiro Sagawa (University of Tokyo)

Tadashi Takayanagi (YITP)

Hal Tasaki (Gakushuin University)

William G. Unruh (University of British Columbia)

Go Yusa (Tohoku University)

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