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GeneExpression Systems, Inc & Appasani Research Conferences and Educational Institue (ARCEI-US.ORG)
Jontly Presents

Second International
Quantum Science Symposium-2012

Quantum Biology, Graphene Research (QBGR)-2012 Meeting
'Applications of Biological, Physical & Chemical Methods'
Frontiers in Quantum Information, Computing & Communication (QICC)-2012 Meeting
‘Quantum Systems to Qubits, Optics & Semiconductors’

Date: November 1 – 2, 2012
Venue: Peterhouse College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Meeting Place:

The Venue Peterhouse (middle) is the oldest College of the University of Cambridge, founded in 1284 and an institution dedicated to education and research. Throughout its history, Petreans have been at the heart of the political, social and religious controversies that have shaped today’s society. Some of the influential Petreans include: Henry Cavendish, Lord Kelvin, Sir Frank Whittle and Christopher Cockerill, and Nobel Laureates – Sir John Kendrew, Sir Aaron Klug, Archer Martin and Max Perutz , who gave a twentieth century lead in the field of Molecular Biology. Since many centuries it remained as a hub for innovation and successive generations of the brightest young people around the world.

Why do you wait to join for an intellectual gathering in the ‘Quantum Science’ arena at the prestigious college Peterhouse in the Premier University campus!

The purpose and scope of this symposium is to provide a forum for the discussion of the current state of the art of rapidly evolving Quantum & Graphene science, highly interdisciplinary fields. In this international meeting, prominent researchers (physicists, chemists, materials scientists, biologists, electrical, electronic and computer engineers) from both academia and industry will gather and discuss the applications in form of keynote lectures, invited talks, short oral, and poster presentations.

The Best Global Event in the Quantum Science !

Expected Maximum Capacity:
Target Audience 150
Total Speaker Presentations: 30
Total Poster Presentations: 10
Total Exhibit Booths: 10

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Thursday, Novermber 1, 2012
8:00 A.M: Registration Open
9.00 AM – 6.00 PM Scientific Sessions

Friday, November 2, 2012
8:00 A.M: Registration Open
9.00 AM – 6.00 PM Scientific Sessions

The actual agenda will be updated

Scientific Organizer:

Krishnarao Appasani, PhD., MBA
Founder & CEO
GeneExpression Systems, Inc
Waltham, MA USA

Scientific Committee:

Jeremy O'Brien, PhD. 
Professor of Physics Director of the Centre for Quantum Photonics
University of Bristol, UK

Second International
Quantum Biology, Graphene Research (QBGR) -2012 Meeting

Quantum Information, Computing & Communication (QICC)-2012 Meeting

Key Sessions:
  • Quantum Chemistry to Biology
  • Graphene Chemistry and Control
  • Single Quantum Dot Tracking
  • Graphene Electronics
  • Semiconductor Nanocrystals
  • Graphene Optics, Photonics & Optoelectronics
  • Fullerenes, Caron Nanotubes for the study of Biomolecules
  • Graphene Design, Growth & Production
  • Light-driven Molecular Machines
  • Graphene devices and applications
  • Quantum Physics to Chemistry
  • Quantum Information Theory & Algorithms
  • Quantum Optics to Nanophotonics
  • Entanglement and Quantum Memories
  • Quantum Wires to Nano Wires
  • QEDs to Quantum Simulation
  • Quantum Computing & Cloud Computing
  • Quantum Cryptography to QuantumCommunications
  • Quantum Communication in Telecom
  • Fiber Networks
  • Molecular Spintronics

Keynote Speakers:

David A. Ritchie, PhD.                     
Professor of Experimental Physics
Deputy Head (Teaching) Cavendish Laboratory
University of Cambridge
Cambridge, UK
Title: Quantum Light Sources for Quantum Information
Stephen J. Blundell, PhD.                           
Professor of Physics &
Head of Condensed Matter Physics 
Clarendon Laboratory-University of Oxford
Oxford, UK
Title: Quantum coherence in chemically engineered molecular nanomagnets


Andrew C. Ferrari, PhD.
Professor of Engineering & Nanotechnology
University of Cambridge
Cambridge, UK
Title: Nanotubes and graphenes
Jeremy O'Brien, PhD. 
Professor of Physics & Electrical Engineering
Director of the Centre for Quantum Photonics
University of Bristol, Bristol, UK
Title: TBA
David Vitali, PhD.
Professor of Physics
Quantum Optics & Quantum Information Group
University of Camerino
Camerino, Italy
Title: Entanglement swapping with local certification: Application to remote micromechanical resonators
Glenn S. Solomon, PhD.
NIST Fellow & Adjunct Professor
Joint Quantum Inst
National. Inst. of Standards &Tech.
& University of Maryland
Gaithersburg, MD, USA
Title: Two-photon interference from disparate quantum sources
Fabio Sciarrino, PhD. 
Researcher in Quantum Optics
Sapienza University of Rome
Rome, Italy
Title: Quantum simulation with integrated photonics
Koji Azuma, PhD.
NTT Basic Research Laboratories
Quantum Optical State Control Research GroupAtsugi, Kanagawa, Japan
Title: Entanglement shared via coherent-state transmission
Leonid A. Ponomarenko, PhD.
Lecturer in Condensed Matter Physics Group, School of Physics & Astronomy
University of Manchester
Manchester, UK
Title: Graphene tunneling field effect transistor
Jiri Vala, PhD.
SFI Research Fellow in Mathematical Physics
National University of Ireland
Maynooth, Ireland
Title: Topological phases and quantum computation
    Michel P. de Jong, PhD.
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
Inst. for Nanotechnology
University of Twente
Enschede,The Netherlands
Title: Spin dependent conduction in C60-based spintronic devices
Alejandro Manjavacas
Doctoral Fellow
Instituto de Química-Física Rocasolano (IQFR)
Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas (CSIC) , Madrid, Spain
Title: Graphene plasmons and quantum emitters: from plasmon blockade to temporal controll
Tobias J. Kippenberg, PhD.           
Associate Professor of Photonics
Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL) Lausanne, Switzerland
Title: Cavity Optomechanics: Exploring the coupling of light and micro- and nanomechanical oscillators
David W. Horsell, PhD.
Lecturer in Physics
Center for Graphene Science
University of Exeter, Exeter, UK
Title: Mechanisms of electron cooling in graphene
Iannis Kominis, PhD. 
Assistant Professor of Physics
University of Crete
Heraklion, Greece
Title: Tweeting Quantum Biology: The quantum dynamics of the Avian magnetic compass
Gang Ruan, PhD.
Research Scientist in Bio-molecular Engineering
The Ohio State University
Columbus, OH, USA
Title: Development of a new generation of quantum dots for biological imaging
Yuzo Ohno, PhD.
Professor of Pure and Applied Physics
The University of Tsukuba
Tsukuba, Japan
Title: Coherent manipulation of nuclear spins in semiconductors with an electric field
Nicola Bonini, PhD.
Lecturer in Physics
King’s College London
London, UK
Transport in graphene from first-principles
Francis L. Pratt, PhD.
Group Leader at the ISIS Facility
Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
Chilton, Oxfordshire, UK
Title: Probing a quantum spin liquid with muons
Owen J. Guy, PhD.                          
Senior Lecturer of Engineering
Swansea University
Swansea, Wales, UK
Title: Graphene biosensors
Robert H. Hadfield, PhD.
Reader in Physics and
Royal Society University Research Fellow
Heriot-Watt University
Edinburgh, UK
Title: TBA
Jing Guo, PhD.
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL, USA
Title: TBA
Jyrki Piilo, PhD.
Adjunct Professor of Physics 
Turku Center for Quantum Physics
University of Turku
Turku Finland
Title: Quantum decoherence and memory effects in open quantum systems
Yuri Pashkin, PhD.                   
Professor of Expt. Condensed Matter Physics
Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK &
NEC Tsukuba and RIKEN Advanced Science Inst.
Wako, Saitama, Japan
Title: Superconducting nanostructures for quantum computing and quantum metrology
Jonathan Home, PhD.
Professor of Physics
Institute for Quantum Electronics
ETH Zurich
Zurich Switzerland
Title: Fast transport of trapped-ion qubits in multi-zone ion traps
François Mallet, PhD.
Associate Professor of Quantum Electronics
LPA-Ecole Normale Supérieure &
Université Pierre et Marie Curie
Paris, France
Title: Stabilizing a superconducting qubit trajectory with projective quantum feedback
Roee Ozeri, PhD.
Group Leader in Physics & Complex Systems
Weizmann Institute of Science
Rehovot, Israel
Title: Single spin detector
Fumiki Yoshihara, PhD. 
Research Scientist
Macroscopic Quantum Coherence Team
RIKEN-Advanced Science Institute
Wako, Saitama, Japan
Title: Rabi oscillation in a strongly driven flux qubit
Georgy Astakhov, PhD.
Institute of Physical Sciences
University of Wurzburg
Wuerzburg, Germany
Title: Optical control of silicon vacancy qubits in silicon carbide
Masato Koashi, PhD.    
Professor  of Applied Physics
Photon Science Center-University of Tokyo
Tokyo, Japan
Title: Security of differential-phase-shift QKD with coherent-state pulse train
Joel Bellessa, PhD. 
Investigator in Physics-LPMCN
University of Lyon 1 & CNRS-UMR 5586
Villeurbanne, France
Title: Molecular coupling induced by plasmons in strong coupling regime
Swee K. Goh, PhD.
Trinity College Research Fellow & JSPS Fellow
University of Cambridge, UK &
Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan
Title: Anomalous Upper Critical Field in CeCoIn5/YbCoIn5 Superlattices with Rashba-type Heavy Fermion Interface
Francesco Massel, PhD.
Researcher in O.V. Lounasmaa Laboratory
Aalto University School of Science
Aalto, Finland
Title: Circuit optomechanics: amplification and collective properties in the quantum regime
Laszlo Gyongyosi
Dr. Sandor Imre’s Group
Budapest University of Technology & Economics
Budapest, Hungary
Title: Polaractivation of Quantum Channels
Shun-ichiro Kittaka, PhD.
Research Associate in Solid State Physics
University of Tokyo
Kashiwa, Chiba, Japan
Title: Field-angle-resolved specific heat measurements on anisotropic superconductors
Stephen Giblin, PhD.
Investigator in Quantum Detection Group
National Physical Laboratory
Teddington, Middlesex, UK
Title: Fast and precise transfer of electrons through a semiconductor quantum dot
Frank Koppens, PhD.
Group Leader
ICFO- The Institute of Photonic Sciences
Castelldefels (Barcelona), Spain 
Title: Graphene nano-optoelectronics for capturing and manipulating light at the nanoscale

Exhibitors are welcome to reserve their booth space early!

Please contact if you are interested in Presenting the Poster in this meeting.

GeneExpression Systems, Inc.
P.O. Box 540170
Waltham, MA 02454 USA
Tel: (781) 891-8181
Fax: (781)730-0700 or (781) 891-8234
E-mail: Genexpsys@expressgenes.com

Note: Speakers Names, Titles and venue subjected to change beyond our control for which the company is not responsible.

Oral Presentation Abstract Submission by July 10, 2012 (Closed)
Poster Abstract Submission by September 15, 2012

Email your abstract (100-200 words in word format) to: genexpsys@expressgenes.com

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