SQuInT'01 Annual Meeting

sponsored by Caltech, JPL, and the Institute for Quantum Information

Meeting logistics:

1. Campus Maps -- some handy maps of the Caltech campus are available from the Caltech web page at http://www.caltech.edu/subpages/about.html.

2. Parking -- on friday and sunday, we recommend parking in the North Wilson (Bldg #65 on the interactive map, #123 on the printable map) and South Wilson (a new garage just south of #65/#123) parking structures. On saturday we recommend parking in the Holliston parking structure (Bldg #66). *** On FRIDAY you MUST limit your parking to UNRESERVED spaces (spaces without anyone's name painted on them). ***

3. Hotel shuttles -- the Sheraton Hotel will run its own shuttle service to and from Caltech 8am-9am on friday/saturday/sunday, 6pm-7pm friday, 7pm-8pm saturday, and 1pm-2pm sunday. We also have two minivans to run **limited** shuttle services between the Courtyard/Saga hotels and Caltech. On friday morning we will pick up at 8:00am and 8:30am from both locations, then arrange further shuttle trips as necessary. Please carpool if you can.

4. Registration check-in -- just show up at the Beckman Institute (Bldg #74) on friday morning. We'll have a registration desk there where you can pick up your badge, pay your fee if you haven't yet, and get a receipt for the registration fee.

5. Meals -- breakfast (fri/sat/sun) and lunch (fri/sat) will be provided on location. Dinners will be on your own, and there are plenty of nice restaurants within walking distance of both campus and the hotels. In lieu of a conference banquet (too many people!) there will be some live yet (hopefully) unobtrusive entertainment at the poster session on saturday. Please be nice to the guy!

Registration info and local hotels

How to get here

Schedule of talks (2/23/01)

Friday March 2: Beckman Institute Auditorium, Caltech

Time Speaker Title
8:30-9:00 Breakfast
9:00-9:45 Hong Wen Jiang (UCLA) Spin resonance transistors and dynamic line narrowing in GaAs
9:45-10:30 Charles Santori (Stanford) Triggered single photons and polarization-entangled photon pairs from a quantum dot
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-11:45 Alper Kiraz (UCSB) A single quantum dot single photon turnstile device
11:45-12:30 Kenneth Brown (UCB) Quantum dots on linear supports: a solid state analogy to ion trap quantum computation
12:30-2:00 Lunch
2:00-2:45 Ralph DeVoe (IBM Almaden)   Observation of long decoherence times in trapped Ba-137 ions
2:45-3:30 Eli Yablonovitch (UCLA) TUTORIAL: The coherence properties of spins inside semiconductors
3:30-4:00 Coffee break
4:00-4:45 Frank Verstraete (Leuven)
Pranaw Rungta (UNM)
Lorentz singular value decomposition and LQCC transformations
Concurrence and entanglement for higher-dimensional systems
4:45-5:30 Gerd Klose (UAZ) Measuring the quantum state of a large angular momentum

Saturday March 3: Winnett Club Lounge, Caltech

Time Speaker Title
8:30-9:00 Breakfast
9:00-9:45 Richard Hughes (LANL) Latest results from free-space quantum cryptography
9:45-10:30 Pierre Echternach (JPL) Experimental single Cooper Pair based quantum computing at JPL
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-11:45 Shohini Ghose (UNM) Atomic motion in magneto-optical lattices: A new testing ground for quantum chaos
11:45-12:30 Steve Rolston (NIST Gaithersburg) FEATURED: Entanglement in Bose Einstein Condensates
12:30-2:00 Lunch
2:00-2:45 Gian Sallis (UCSB) Optical manipulation of nuclear spins by a two-dimensional electron gas
2:45-3:30 Matthias Steffen (Stanford)
Anne Verhulst (Stanford)  
Experimental implementation of a Shor-type quantum algorithm
Non-thermal NMR quantum computing
3:30-4:00 Coffee break
4:00-4:45 Birgitta Whaley (UCB) TUTORIAL: Decoherence free subspaces
4:45-5:30 Mary Rowe (NIST Boulder) Ion entanglement experiments at NIST

Sunday March 4: Beckman Institute Auditorium, Caltech

Time Speaker Title
8:30-9:00 Breakfast
9:00-9:45 James Lukens (SUNY) FEATURED: Observation of Macroscopic Quantum Coherence in a SQUID  
9:45-10:30 Sumit Daftuar (Caltech)
David Beckman (Caltech)  
The trumping relation and the structure of entanglement
Causality constraints on measurement superoperators
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-11:45 Hideo Mabuchi (Caltech) Adaptive measurement of quantum phase
11:45-12:30 Kurt Jacobs (LANL) Feedback control of atomic motion in a cavity

Getting to Caltech

Fly to Burbank (BUR) or Los Angeles International (LAX) airport.

Further directions and maps can be found at http://www.caltech.edu/subpages/about.html

Registration and hotel info

Please register by sending an email with the subject header "register me" to hmabuchi@caltech.edu.

The registration fee of $30 (checks payable to CALTECH) should be sent to:

SQuInT registration
c/o Hideo Mabuchi
Mail Code 12-33
Pasadena, CA 91125

A special lodging rate has been negotiated at the following local hotels. Please reference "JPL" when
making your reservation, and note that the program of talks will begin at 9:00am on friday March 2 and
end at 12:00pm on sunday March 4:

Courtyard by Marriott
180 North Fair Oaks
Pasadena, CA 91103
Ph: 626/403-7600
Reference: JPL
Rate: $99 + tax

Sheraton Pasadena
303 E. Cordova
Pasadena, CA 91101
Ph: 626/449-4000
Reference: JPL
Rate: $99 + tax

Saga Motor Lodge
1633 E. Colorado
Pasadena, CA 91106
Ph: 626/795-0431
Reference: JPL
Rate: $55 + tax