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“Artificial Cell Reactor Science and Technology”
Quantum Information Technology Workshop (Annual Review Meeting 2018)
hosted by ImPACT Yamamoto Program


The Quantum Information Technology Workshop (The Annual Review Meeting 2018 organized by the ImPACT Yamamoto Program on “Advanced information society infrastructure linking quantum artificial brains in quantum network” will be held during March 27 – 29, 2018 at JST, Tokyo, Japan. The purpose of this workshop is to present recent progress and future prospects of the three fields, quantum artificial brain, quantum simulation, and quantum secure network by lectures and poster sessions. There will also be the special lectures by Prof. Masahito Ueda, the University of Tokyo and by associate Profs. Tetsu Iwata and Ryutaroh Matsumoto, Nagoya University. Prof. Ueda will address “Quantum dynamics under continuous observation”. Profs. Iwata and Matsumoto will address “Recent Topics on Quantum Algorithms and Symmetric Key Cryptography”.

We look forward to your participation and active discussion at the Quantum Information Technology Workshop.

Yoshihisa Yamamoto, Program Manager

Date  Mar. 27th(Tue.), 2018 9:30 -17:40(Registration open:9:00)
 Mar. 28th(Wed.), 2018 9:30 -19:00(Registration open:9:00)
 Mar. 29th(Thu.), 2018 9:30 -19:00(Registration open:9:00)
 Networking Reception:  Mar. 27th(Tue.), 2018: 18:00-20:00 advance reservation required
Venue 1F Hall, Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST), K’s Gobancho (Building ②)
Access :
 Networking Reception venue:  4F, Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST), K’s Gobancho
Registration Fee Free (Additional fee 4,000 yen is charged for Networking Reception)
Closing Date Application form will be closed on March 29th. (Thu.) 12:00
Seating Capacity The maximum enrollment is 120.


* Please note that speakers and titles might be changed.


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