The video for the talks are available from this link.

- Michal Heller (Ghent University)
- "Complexity and holography"
**[pdf]** - Stefan Hollands (Leipzig University)
- "Entropy, Operator Algebras and Black Holes"
- Tomoyuki Morimae (YITP, Kyoto U.)
- "Quantum cryptography based on pseudorandom quantum states"
- Tomotoshi Nishino (Kobe University)
- "How to study statistical lattice models by "adaptive" tensor network frameworks? — Bulk and boundary properties on regular, curved, fractal, and random lattices — "
- Atsushi Noguchi (University of Tokyo)
- "How can we manipulate the quantum systems?"

- Marcello Dalmonte (International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste)
- "(Kolmogorov) complexity and the many-body problem - from classical
statistica mechanics, to many-body wave functions"
**[pdf]** - Koji Hashimoto (Kyoto University)
- "Neural network, quantum mechanics and geometry"
- Masashi Hazumi (KEK)
- "Experimental Studies of Cosmic Inflation and Dark Matter with New Quantum-Field Measurement Systems"
- Michal Heller (Ghent University)
- "Extremal hypersurfaces and expansion of spacetime"
**[pdf]** - Yoshimasa Hidaka (KEK)
- "Hamiltonian lattice gauge theory based on spin networks"
**[pdf]** - Stefan Hollands (Leipzig University)
- "Black Hole Interiors"
**[Abstract]****[pdf]** - Yasusada Nambu (Nagoya University)
- "Entanglement partner and monogamy in de Sitter universe"
**[pdf]** - Atsushi Noguchi (University of Tokyo)
- "Supercnducting quantum circuits and hybrid systems"
- Suvrat Raju (International Centre for Theoretical Sciences)
- "The Hilbert space and holography of information in de Sitter quantum gravity"
- Go Yusa (Tohoku University)
- "Toward quantum cosmology experiments in quantum Hall edges and probing their spacetime by ultrafast microscopy"

- Aasmund Folkestad (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
- "Far-from-equilibrium bounds in uniform critical systems"
**[Abstract]** - Kanato Goto (Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University, Princeton University)
- "Factorization in Quantum Gravity"
**[Abstract]****[pdf]** - Sergio Hernandez-Cuenca (Center for Theoretical Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
- "Quenching the near-extremal black hole spectrum_ The replica trick for general matrix integrals"
**[Abstract]****[pdf]** - Alexander Jahn (Free University Berlin)
- "De Sitter tensor networks with overlapping qubits"
**[Abstract]****[pdf]** - Yiyang Jia (Weizmann Institute of Science)
- " Parisi’s hypercube, double-scaled SYK, Fock-space fluxes and NAdS_2/NCFT_1
duality"
**[Abstract]****[pdf]** - Yoshinori Matsuo (Department of Physics, Kindai University)
- "Islands and quantum focusing conjecture"
**[Abstract]****[pdf]** - Akihiro Miyata (the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Sciences, the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences)
- "Recovery maps/protocols in Quantum black holes and their SYK realizations"
**[Abstract]****[pdf]** - Giuseppe Policastro (Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris)
- "Quantum Complexity and Entanglement"
**[Abstract]** - Martin Sasieta (Brandeis University)
- "Cosmology from entanglement"
**[Abstract]** - Hiroyasu Tajima (The university of Electro-Communications)
- "Universal trade-off structure between symmetry, irreversibility, and quantum coherence in quantum processes"
**[Abstract]** - Christopher Waddell (Perimeter Institute)
- "Accelerating Cosmology from Lambda<0 Gravitational Effective Field Theory"
**[Abstract]** - Zhencheng Wang (University of California, Santa Barbara/University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
- "Algebras of boundary observables from the gravitational path integral"
**[Abstract]** - Daisuke Yoshida (Nagoya University)
- "Entropy Bound and a Geometrically Nonsingular Universe"
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- Baasanchimed Avirmed (Toyohashi University of Technology)
- "A parallel, branch and bound algorithm for a combinatorial instance of quantum hypothesis testing"
**[Abstract]** - Jan Chojnacki (Faculty of Physics University of Warsaw)
- "Finite Action Principle and the beginning of the universe"
**[Abstract]** - Saskia Demulder (Ben Gurion University of the Negev)
- "New duality frames and the swampland distance conjecture"
**[Abstract]** - Xia Gu (Yau Mathematical Sciences Center, Tsinghua University)
- "Liouville conformal blocks and Stokes phenomena"
**[Abstract]** - Puttarak Jai-akson (iTHEMS, RIKEN)
- "Membrane paradigm and Carrollian hydrodynamics at stretched horizons"
**[Abstract]****[pdf]** - Matheus H. Martins Costa (Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden)
- "Wilsonian RG as a Quantum Channel and Momentum-Space Entanglement"
**[Abstract]** - Ken Matsuno (Osaka Central Advanced Mathematical Institute, Osaka Metropolitan University)
- "Thermodynamics of regular black holes in effective loop quantum gravity"
**[Abstract]****[pdf]** - Javier Moreno (Haifa University-Technion)
- " Conformal bounds in three dimensions from entanglement entropy"
**[Abstract]** - Kaito Niinomi (Toyohashi University of Technology)
- "A parallel, branch and bound algorithm for a combinatorial instance of quantum hypothesis testing"
**[Abstract]** - Christian Northe (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)
- "Virasoro Entanglement Resolution"
**[Abstract]** - Himanshu Parihar (National Center for Theoretical Sciences, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan)
- "Time-like Entanglement Entropy in AdS/BCFT"
**[Abstract]****[pdf]** - Aaron Poole (Kyung Hee University)
- "Phase Space Renormalization and Finite BMS Charges in Six Dimensions"
**[Abstract]** - Jie Ren (Sun Yat-sen University)
- "Holographic Renyi entropies from hyperbolic black holes with scalar hair"
**[Abstract]** - Kengo Shimada (Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University)
- "Bulk modified gravity from boundary CFT with gradient flow approach"
**[Abstract]** - Takahiro Tanaka (Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University)
- "non invertible symmetry with gravity"
- Konstantin Thomas Weisenberger (University of Cologne)
- "The Chiral SYK model and holography"
**[Abstract]** - Takahiro Yokokura (Tohoku University)
- "The QCD phase diagram in the space of imaginary chemical potential via 't Hooft anomalies"
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