AQIS 2010 Accepted Papers Out

The list of papers accepted at AQIS 2010 is now available.  12 long talks, 31 short talks, and 100 posters.

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    In case that link also dies, here is the list:
    Long Talks
    Trading Resources in Quantum Communication
    Mark Wilde and Min-Hsiu Hsieh.
    Spin-chain-based full quantum computation by accessing only two spins
    Koji Maruyama, Daniel Burgarth and Michael Murphy.
    An efficient test for product states, with applications to quantum Merlin-Arthur games
    Aram Harrow and Ashley Montanaro.
    Anyonic entanglement renormalization
    Robert Koenig and Ersen Bilgin.
    Experimentally measurable criterion for detection of genuine multipartite entanglement in high-dimensional systems
    Marcus Huber and Beatrix Hiesmayr.
    An Invisible Quantum Tripwire
    Blane McCracken, Petr M Anisimov, Daniel Lum and Jonathan Dowling.
    Quantum benchmark for storage of squeezed states: Theory and Experiment
    Kasper Jensen, Wojciech Wasilewski, Hanna Krauter, Thomas Fernholz, Bo Melholt Nielsen, Alessio Serafini, Masaki Owari, Martin Plenio, Michael M. Wolf and Eugene Polzik.
    Requirements on Strong Chi-2 Nonlinearity for Parametric Conversion and Using Optical Nonlinearity for Bell Measurement
    Patrick Leung, Timothy Ralph, William Munro and Kae Nemoto.
    Work value of information in a single instance of work extraction
    Oscar Dahlsten, Renato Renner, Elisabeth Rieper and Vlatko Vedral.
    Integrated quantum photonics
    Damien Bonneau, Pruet Kalasuwan, Anthony Laing, Jonathan C.F. Matthews, Alberto Peruzzo, Kostas Poulios, Peter Shadbolt, JP Hadden, Joanne Harrison, Antony Stanley-Clarke, Luca Marseglia, Ying-Lung Daniel Ho, Brian Patton, John G. Rarity, Pisu Jiang, Matthaeus Halder, Mirko Lobino, Alberto Politi, Maria Rodas Verde, Xiao-Qi Zhou, Mark Thompson and Jeremy L. O’Brien.
    Clifford Group by Code Deformation on Topological Subsystem Codes
    Hector Bombin.
    The Perfect Distinguishability of Quantum Operations
    Runyao Duan, Yuan Feng and Mingsheng Ying.
    Short Talks
    Many-body interactions with single-electron quantum dots for topological quantum computation
    Peng Xue.
    On the relation between quantum parameter estimation and weak values
    Holger F. Hofmann.
    Quantum repeaters and computation by a single module: Remote nondestructive parity measurement
    Koji Azuma, Hitoshi Takeda, Masato Koashi and Nobuyuki Imoto.
    Characterizing the nonlocal correlations created in entanglement swapping experiments
    Cyril Branciard, Nicolas Gisin and Stefano Pironio.
    Super-duper-activation of the Zero-Error Quantum Capacity
    Jianxin Chen, Toby Cubitt, Aram Harrow and Graeme Smith.
    Guess your neighbour’s input: a multipartite non-local task with no quantum advantage
    Mafalda L. Almeida, Jean-Daniel Bancal, Nicolas brunner, Antonio Acin, Nicolas Gisin and Stefano Pironio.
    Loophole-free Bell test for continuous variables via wave and particle correlations
    Se-Wan Ji, Hyunchul Nha, Jaewan Kim, Hai-Woong Lee and M. Suhail Zubairy.
    Quantum computation on the edge of a symmetry-protected topological order
    Akimasa Miyake.
    Quantum Generalized Reed-Solomon codes concatenated with random rate one inner stabilizer codes asymptotically attain the Quantum Gilbert-Varshamov bound
    Yingkai Ouyang.
    Optimizing the performance of practical quantum key distribution employing entanglement swapping to extend achievable distances
    Artur Scherer, Barry C. Sanders and Wolfgang Tittel.
    Landauer’s principle in the quantum domain
    Janet Anders, Saroosh Shabbir, Stefanie Hilt and Eric Lutz.
    Steering quantum operations with a single qubit
    Janet Anders, Daniel Oi, Elham Kashefi, Dan Browne and Erika Andersson.
    Classical simulation of commuting quantum computations implies collapse of the polynomial hierarchy
    Michael Bremner, Richard Jozsa and Dan Shepherd.
    Comparing the performance of quantum tomographic apparatuses by large deviation analysis
    Takanori Sugiyama, Peter Turner and Mio Murao.
    Analysis of two-way LOCC in entanglement assisted implementation of controlled-unitary operations
    Akihito Soeda, Peter Turner and Mio Murao.
    Topological squeezing of light
    Simon Devitt, Damian Markham and Peter Van Loock.
    Driving two fixed qubits to a maximally entangled state by repeated on- and off-resonant scattering of ancilla qubits
    Kazuya Yuasa, Daniel Burgarth, Vittorio Giovannetti and Hiromichi Nakazato.
    On metric of quantum channel spaces
    Keiji Matsumoto.
    On a Generalization of Clifford Codes
    Andreas Klappenecker.
    Symmetric state entanglement and the Majorana representation
    Martin Aulbach, Damian Markham and Mio Murao.
    Security Proof of the Phase-Encoded BB84
    Agnes Ferenczi, Norbert Lutkenhaus, Varun Narasimhachar and Normand Beaudry.
    Symmetries in Quantum Key Distribution and the Connection between Optimal Attacks and Optimal Cloning
    Agnes Ferenczi and Norbert Lutkenhaus.
    Accelerating optimization problems using Bose-Einstein condensation and measurement-feedback circuits
    Tim Byrnes, Kai Yan, Kai Wen and Yoshihisa Yamamoto.
    Quantum Simultaneous Contract Signing
    Jan Bouda, Libor Caha, Paulo Mateus, Nikola Paunkovic and Matej Pivoluska.
    Approximating Turaev-Viro 3-manifold invariants is universal for quantum computation
    Gorjan Alagic, Stephen Jordan, Robert Koenig and Ben Reichardt.
    Improved loss tolerant quantum coin flipping
    André Chailloux.
    When is there a multipartite maximum entangled state?
    Runyao Duan and Yaoyun Shi.
    Neutral Atom Quantum Computer with On-Demand Interaction
    Mikio Nakahara, Tetsuo Ohmi, Yaushi Kondo, Elham Hosseini Lapasar and Kenichi Kasamatsu.
    Error correction and distinguishability preserving codes
    Cedric Beny and Milan Mosonyi.
    Enhancement of field squeezing using coherent feedback
    Sanae Iida, Mitsuyoshi Yukawa, Hidehiro Yonezawa, Naoki Yamamoto and Akira Furusawa.

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