From Foundations of Quantum Mechanics to Quantum Information and Quantum Metrology & Sensing
Turin (Italy) September 10th to 15th, 2023.
Quantum 2023 will be the 10th edition of this international conference attended by researchers
coming from all over the world (about 300 in the last editions).
Purpose of this workshop is to favour the exchange of ideas and discussion on last results among leading physicists working in the interconnected fields of Quantum Metrology - Sensing & Imaging, Quantum Information and Foundations of Quantum Mechanics, in particular in the framework of quantum optics.
It is organized "ad memoriam" of our colleague and friend Carlo Novero who gave birth to this experimental research line in Turin.
The announcement can be downloaded here
|Giorgio Brida||National Institute of Metrological Research (INRiM)|
|Augusto Garuccio||Università di Bari, INFN sez. Bari|
|Marco Genovese||National Institute of Metrological Research (INRiM), INFN sez. Torino|
|Paolo Olivero||Università di Torino, INFN sez. Torino|
|Enrico Predazzi||Università di Torino, Agorà Scienza|
|Milena D'Angelo||University of Bari, National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN) sez. Bari|
|Jacopo Forneris||University of Torino|
|Marco Gramegna||National Institute of Metrological Research (INRiM)|
|Ivano Ruo Berchera||National Institute of Metrological Research (INRiM)|
|Fabrizio Piacentini||National Institute of Metrological Research (INRiM)|
|Paolo Traina||National Institute of Metrological Research (INRiM)|
|Entropy - Open Access Journal||https://www.mdpi.com/journal/entropy|
|Frontiers in Quantum Science and Technology||https://www.frontiersin.org/journals/quantum-science-and-technology|
|Micro Photon Devices||http://www.micro-photon-devices.com|
One-page abstracts must be submitted before May 7th 2023 to email@example.com.
Acceptances will be communicated within 15 days after the submission deadline.
Post-deadline abstracts for poster session will be evaluated up to August 31.
You can register to Quantum2023 either via PayPal or bank transfer.
Please remember to indicate in the "Notes" field if you have any dietary requirements for the social dinner.
If you are paying via bank transfer, you will need to exhibit a payment receipt. Bank coordinates are:
Conference fee includes conference bag and coffee breaks.
The conference fee is:
- 400 EUR before June 16st (extended!!!), 2023;
- 500 EUR before September 10th, 2023;
- 600 EUR for conference desk registrations.
Social dinner is not included in the conference fee and will cost 70 EUR.
The social dinner will be held on Thursday 14th September, at 8:00pm, at the Officine Grandi Riparazioni.
If you're interested in joining the social dinner, please make a single payment conference fee+dinner.
For any support (including invitation for visa purposes) please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the same week of Quantum2023 other major conferences (with thousands of particpants) will take place in Torino.
Therefore, we invite the attendants of Quantum2023 to book their accommodation in Turin at their earliest convenience.
For hotel booking, please refer to this link.
PhD students, early-career researchers and whoever in need have the possibility of booking their stay at the university student accomodation infrastructures of the Piemonte region (EDISU). Applicants have to create their own profile at this link. After having created their profile, they can book their stay (at their own cost: the organizers cannot allocate supporting resources) using the same platform. When booking, applicants should indicate "Quantum2023" in the note field.
A special issue related to Quantum 2023 will be published on Int. Jourm. of Quantum Info.
Papers for the special issue should be sent on iJQI web site, specifying on the editorial system Quantum 2023.
Submission deadline: 31 December 2023.
The "Best Young Research Talk" prize (300 CHF, supported by Entropy MDPI) was awarded to Luca Vannucci, who presented a contribution entitled "Two-color excitation for highly efficient and indistinguishable single-photon sources".
Two "Best Poster" prizes (first classified: 200 EUR, second classified: 150 EUR, supported by EPL) were awarded to:
1st classified: Francesco Atzori, with the poster entitled "Entanglement-preserving nonlocality tests on single entangled pairs"
2nd classified: Ivan Burenkov, with the poster entitled "Can quantum networks be synchronized via the same fiber links?"
Many thanks to our sponsors and congratuations to the winners!
Some (non-exhaustive) information about hotels in the nearbies of the Workshop location can be found in this file.
A list of restaurants suitable for the lunchbreak in proximity of the Workshop venue is available here.
From Torino Caselle International Airport:
By bus: SADEM shuttle buses run approximately every 15 minutes from the airport to Torino (main stops in Torino are both the "Porta Susa" and "Porta Nuova" stations).
The bus timetable can be found here.
The transfer takes about 45/50 minutes. Tickets can be bought on the bus, or at a kiosk inside the airport terminal (6.50 EUR + 1,00 EUR aboard). More info can be found here.
By taxi: taxi fare of 30/50 EUR for trips going from the airport to the city centre. The trip takes between 20 and 30 minutes, depending on traffic. More info can be found here.
Also car renting is possible at the Airport, with these companies: AVIS, Hertz, EuropCar, Budget/Maggiore, Sixt/Autotravel, Thrifty/Italy by Car. Car rentals companies are grouped together, immediately in front of the Domestic Arrivals, ground floor-level zero. A large parking is available at the conference place.
However be aware that traffic in the central area of Torino including the workshop location is restricted to residents and special pass holders.
Public transportation in Torino:
Metro: The closest Metro station to the meeting location is "Nizza" (5 minutes walk). See below for bus/tram connections Bus: The meeting location is conveniently reached by several bus and tram lines from the closest train/metro stations:
- lines #67 from "Porta Nuova" train station
- lines #8 and #16 from the City Center
Tickets can be purchased at the news-stands and tobacconists, not on the buses. Price of one ticket is 1.5 EUR,
one ticket is valuable on the whole urban network for 90 minutes since its validation, which has to be made before
the first stop by using the machines on board.
Additional information sources:
- Website of the Torino public transportation system
- Train system - Trenitalia
- Shuttle bus from Milano Malpensa Airport - SADEM
- City Center Map
Please explore the Tourist Office website.
For general tourist information, please download our dedicated brochure.
Torino is a city in constant evolution: from Augusta Taurinorum (after 27 a.C.) to the capital of the Savoy Dukedom (1563) until becoming Italy’s first capital (1861), the queen of the automobile industry (1899) and the star of the 2006 Winter Olympics. Today it is being presented with an image that makes it even more appealing. Torino is a city that is just waiting to be discovered in all of its many aspects: filled with historic evidence, acclaimed museums, works of contemporary art en plein air, cultural events, with its characteristic porticos, renowned historical meeting places, its extensive parks and magic places.
10 GOOD REASONS TO VISIT TORINO:
1. The first capital of Italy, before Florence and Rome
2. The city preserving Leonardo da Vinci’s self portrait
3. The Museo Egizio is the only museum other than the Cairo Museum that is dedicated solely to Egyptian art and culture
4. The National Cinema Museum inside the "Mole Antonelliana"
5. The city where the Holy Shroud is conserved
6. The Royal Residences declared by Unesco a Human Heritage Site
7. The famous historical cafés and patisseries
8. The capital of contemporary art
9. The capital of taste, chocolate and aperitifs
10. The city with 18 km of arcades for shopping
WHAT TO SEE
You should discover the diversity of Torino through its many amazing museums, testifying to the history, culture, industry and internationality of the city: from the Museo Egizio (Egyptian Museum) – the world's most prominent one after the museum in Cairo - to the National Museum of Cinema in the glorious setting of the Mole Antonelliana, from the Museum of Ancient Art at Palazzo Madama to the National Museum of the Italian Risorgimento in Palazzo Carignano. Torino’s industrial vocation has found its exhibition centre in the renovated MAUTO National Automobile Museum which tells of the city’s automotive history and the social issues related to it. Torino is also a vital point of reference for contemporary art: works and installations produced over the last thirty years by internationally famous artists are placed for all to see in the open air or on display at several museums and foundations such as GAM-Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art at Rivoli Castle, the Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation, the Merz Foundation and the Giovanni e Marella Agnelli Art Gallery.
Known as the "Crown of Delights", the group of castles built by the House of Savoy and recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997 looks like a large crown when seen from above. The crown is metaphorical but the delights are real. Right in the centre, in Piazza Castello, there are the majestic Palazzo Reale - which, with the Savoy Gallery, the Royal Armoury, the Royal Library and the Archaeological Museum, form the "Royal Hub" – Palazzo Madama and Palazzo Carignano. Along the River Po is Valentino Castle, built by Christine of France in the French style and now housing the Faculty of Architecture of Torino Polytechnic. Just a short way from the centre, the hill embraces Villa della Regina, surrounded by Italianate gardens with pavilions, fountains and agricultural areas. The "crown" is completed by a wonderful collection of castles and residences in the surrounding areas. The incredible Royal Palace of Venaria now hosts major events, exhibitions and concerts in its magnificent interiors and spectacular gardens. A favourite spot of the Savoy family for sumptuous feasts and solemn weddings was the Stupinigi Hunting Lodge, modeled on the style of contemporarily built Central European residences.
Main Places of Worship
Since 1578, the Duomo – the only example of Renaissance art in the city – has held the Holy Shroud, the Cloth claimed to have wrapped the body of Christ. Devotees can visit the corresponding Museum in the crypt of the Church of the Santissimo Sudario. Not only are Torino's churches places of worship, they are also fine examples of architecture and art, mainly in baroque style: the church of San Lorenzo, the first work commissioned of Guarino Guarini by the Court of Savoy, the twin churches of Santa Cristina and San Carlo in the Piazza of the same name, the impressive church of San Filippo by Juvarra and the Basilica della Consolata – much loved by Torino's citizens – are well worth a visit not just by churchgoers. The new church of Santo Volto – by the architect Botta – is an admirable example of use of land reclaimed from former industrial areas.
The social dinner will be held on Thursday 14th September, at 8:00pm, at the Officine Grandi Riparazioni.