More physics posting! Weird eh?
Michael Nielsen, one of the organizers, has requested that post this info with regard to QIP 2007 conference:
The tenth QIP (Quantum Information Processing) Workshop is to be held in Brisbane, Australia, from January 30 through February 3, 2007.
QIP covers theoretical aspects of quantum information science, including quantum computing, quantum cryptography, and quantum information theory.
- The deadline for abstract submission for contributed talks (long and short) and for posters is 4 November, 2006.
- The deadline for early bird registration is 24 November, 2006.
- Some partial support available for students and postdocs will be available (see the website).
Full details are available at the workshop website:
Links to past QIP workshops (including programs) are available at the website. Note that this year's program will follow a similar format to QIP 2006, with approximately 10 invited talks, and 30 contributed talks.
Hope to see you in Brisbane in 2007!
I really hope that I can make it to this conference because I'm sure it's going to be a lot of fun and there'll be a lot of great physics and computer science being discussed. Did I mention that Brisbane was my home town so I'm more than qualified to say that it is a great city to visit.
I suggest that you go a few days early or stay on for a few days after the conference and take the opportunity to visit some of the fantastic beaches and islands in the vicinity of Brisbane!