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The exploitation of quantum effects, requiring coherent control of dissipative dynamics and entanglement control, is expected to have profound implications for future emerging technologies including nanotechnology, biotechnology and information technology. The magnetic moments of nuclei, atoms and molecules can exhibit strong quantum behavior. Studying the dynamics of these systems is of great importance to exploit spins for quantum information processing.

Managing and designing complex quantum systems with specified behavior requires a deep understanding of the cooperative behavior of their components. Unraveling this cooperative behavior requires intensive collaboration between theoreticians and experimenters. Mathematical and simulation tools will be crucial to gain new insights into the structure and dynamics of those quantum systems.

This workshop will provide participants the opportunity to discuss methods to simulate and manipulate quantum systems for pure scientific and more applied purposes.


  • Quantum annealing (adiabatic quantum computing, 3-SAT, exact cover, ...)
  • Open quantum systems
  • Quantum computer hardware / qubits
  • Optical lattices
  • Equilibration and thermalization of quantum systems
  • Quantum biology