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  • Title: QCMC 2010
    Descriptive info: .. QCMC 2010.. University of Queensland.. 19 - 23 July 2010.. HOME.. PROCEEDINGS.. - NEW.. REGISTRATION.. PROGRAM.. AWARDS.. INVITED SPEAKERS.. ACCOMMODATION.. GENERAL & LOCAL INFORMATION.. TRANSPORT.. SPECIAL EVENTS.. VISA.. COMMITTEES.. QCMC CONFERENCES.. CONTACT US.. The.. Tenth International Conference on Quantum Communication, Measurement and Computation (QCMC).. was held at the.. , Brisbane, Queensland, Australia from Monday 19 -  ...   be downloaded.. Scope of the Conference.. Quantum Cryptography and Quantum Communications.. Quantum Measurement and Quantum Metrology.. Quantum Computing and Quantum Information Theory.. Implementations of Quantum Information Processing.. Quantum Control.. Sponsors:.. Tamagawa University, Japan.. The Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Quantum-Atom Optics (ACQAO), Australian National University.. (c) Copyright CQCT 2010.. Contact Webmaster: qc@physics.. uq.. edu.. au..

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  • Title: QCMC 2010
    Descriptive info: Proceedings.. The Proceedings of QCMC 2010 will be published by the American Institute of Physics, with Tim Ralph and Ping Koy Lam as editors.. The proceedings volume will be a hardcover book.. An online version will be published simultaneously with the printed book.. The book and its online version will have a Volume number in the AIP Conference Proceedings Series, ISSN and ISBN, and will be registered at the Library of Congress.. The AIP will send two copies of the print proceedings to the Library of Congress.. There will be AIP Copyright.. All conference participants will be sent one copy of the proceedings volume.. All conference participants will also have free unlimited access to the online version for one year.. To submit the manuscript, please email the following to.. r.. forrest@physics.. (Subject: Proceedings) by.. Friday 26 November 2010.. :.. 1.. A PDF file with your manuscript.. 2.. An archive file with the source files (e.. g.. LaTeX text + EPS graphics).. 3.. The copyright transfer form and other forms as explained in the instructions (the signature  ...   with the AIP instructions or with the necessary forms missing cannot be published.. Frequently asked questions.. When will submissions open?.. Submissions will open in mid-September and close in mid-November.. There will be an email notification of the opening of submissions with instructions for submission posted on this site.. Are the Proceedings refereed?.. The Proceedings manuscripts themselves are not refereed.. However, all abstracts submitted to the conference in early 2010 have been peer reviewed.. Acceptance of your abstract for presentation at the conference automatically entails a possibility to publish in the Proceedings.. When will I get my copy of the Proceedings volume?.. Tentatively in the 2nd quarter, 2011.. Manuscript preparation.. All presenters are encouraged to submit a manuscript.. The instructions and templates for preparing the manuscript can be found at.. http://proceedings.. aip.. org/proceedings/6x9.. jsp.. The space allocation is as follows:.. Contributed talks and posters: 4 pages;.. Invited talks: 6 pages;.. Award talks: 10 pages.. Remember that your manuscript will be published.. as is.. from the PDF file you supplied.. AIP will not recompile or typeset any papers..

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  • Title: QCMC 2010
    Descriptive info: CALL FOR ABSTRACTS.. DEADLINES.. Registration.. Registration for the Conference is now open.. To register for the Conference please.. click here.. You may also book your accommodation through this form.. Early Registration (before 31 May 2010) AUD$550.. 00.. Full Registration (after 31 May 2010) AUD$650.. 00.. Student Registration (before 31 May 2010) AUD$350.. Student Registration (after 31 May 2010) AUD$450..

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  • Title: QCMC 2010
    Descriptive info: Awards.. Quantum Communication Award.. The International Quantum Communication Award for outstanding achievements in quantum communication research is presented at each QCMC.. That award is sponsored by the Tamagawa University.. This year the award winners are:.. Gerard Milburn (Australia).. ,.. for pioneering theoretical work on quantum information and computation processing.. Masanao Ozawa (Japan).. for contributions to mathematical theories of quantum measurements and quantum computation.. Christopher Fuchs (Canada, USA).. for contributions to theory of quantum communication  ...   on coherent and squeezed states.. including homodyne tomography.. In the past, the award winners have been as follows:.. • 1996: Charles Bennett, Carl Helstrom, Alexander Holevo, Horace Yuen.. • 1998: Jeffrey Kimble, Peter Shor.. • 2000: Paul Benioff, Christopher Monroe, David Wineland.. • 2002: David Deutsch, Serge Haroche, Benjamin Schumacher.. • 2004: Richard Jozsa, Prem Kumar.. • 2006: Ignacio Cirac, Philippe Grangier, William Wootters, Peter Zoller.. • 2008: Jeffrey Shapiro, Akira Furusawa, Anton Zeilinger..

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  • Title: QCMC 2010
    Descriptive info: Confirmed Invited Speakers.. Anderson.. , Ulrik, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark.. Buchler.. , Ben, Australian National University, Australia.. Calderon.. , Maria, Madrid, Spain.. Cerf.. , Nicolas, ULB, Belgium.. D'Ariano.. , Mauro, University of Pavia, Italy.. Eisert.. , Jens, University of Potsdam, Institute for Advanced Study Berlin, Germany.. Eriksson.. , Mark, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA.. Fuchs.. , Christopher, Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, Waterloo, Canada.. Fujisawa.. , Toshimasa, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan.. Furusawa.. , Akira, University of Tokyo, Japan.. Giacobino.. , Elisabeth, LKB, France.. Grangier.. , Philippe, Institut d'Optique, France.. Haroche.. , Serge, Paris, France.. Kumar.. , Prem, Northwestern University, Chicago USA.. Kwiat.. , Paul, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA.. Laurat.. , Julien,  ...   Brazil.. O'Brien.. , Jeremy, University of Bristol, UK.. Ozawa.. , Masanao, Graduate School of Information Science, Nagoya University, Japan.. Padgett.. , Miles, University of Glasgow, UK.. Pan.. , Jian-Wei, University of Science and Technology of China, China.. Pfister.. , Olivier, University of Virginia, USA.. Polzik.. , Eugene, Niels Bohr Institute, Denmark.. Rempe.. , Gerhard, Max-Planck-Institut fur Quantenoptik, Garching, Germany.. Roos.. , Christian, Institut f.. Experimentalphysik, Universitaet Innsbruck, Austria.. Sanders.. , Barry, University of Calgary, Canada.. Shields.. , Andrew, Toshiba Research Europe.. Silberhorn.. , Christine, MPL, Germany.. Simmons.. , Michelle, University of New South Wales, Australia.. Smith.. , Charles, University of Cambridge, UK.. Tarucha.. , Seigo, JST, Japan.. Vitali.. , David, University of Camerino, Italy..

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  • Title: QCMC 2010
    Descriptive info: Accommodation.. ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS.. A range of accommodation has been booked for Conference delegates at a selection of venues.. To make a reservation, please indicate your choice and requirements on the Registration Form which will be available some time during February.. COLLEGE ACCOMMODATION ON CAMPUS.. WOMENS' COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND.. www.. womens.. au.. College Road, University of Queensland.. (5 minutes walk to the conference rooms).. Please note that Women’s College offers accommodation for male and female delegates (it is not only for women).. Single room with share facilities $71.. 50 (includes breakfast).. Single room with shared facilities (between 2 people) $83.. 60 (includes breakfast) -.. Limited rooms available.. Attractive and comfortable study bedrooms each contain a bed, desk, study chair, desk light, bookshelves, fan and a telephone with answering service.. Casual internet accounts are available.. Delegates in corridor groups of 15 rooms each, share bathroom and common room facilities.. Full payment is required at the time of booking.. Visa and Mastercard only accepted.. No accommodation available after Saturday 24 July 2010.. ST LUCIA GARDENS.. (FULL).. stluciagardens.. com.. 2 Gailey Road, St Lucia.. (5 minutes by bus to The University of Queensland).. Single room $110 per room per night.. Double/Twin room $125 per room per night.. St Lucia Gardens is located on the bus route to the University of Queensland.. Guestrooms contain separate lounge/dinning area from the bedrooms, air-conditioning, colour TV, kitchen with full size stove and refrigerator, washing machine and dryer.. Hotel offers secure undercover parking.. BENSON COURT MOTEL.. (FULL).. bensoncourt.. 61 Benson Street, Toowong.. Minimum 4 night stay.. Single studio $122 per room per night.. Double/twin studio $138 per room per night.. 3 nights or less.. Single studio $132 per room per night.. Double/twin studio $148 per room per  ...   and Studio units have either a balcony or courtyard, and are air-conditioned.. These Villas are within easy access to the bus service to the University.. TOOWONG CENTRAL MOTEL APARTMENTS.. toowongcentral.. 38 Jephson St.. (corner Lissner St) Toowong.. (minimum 2 nights stay).. (10 minutes by bus or 15 minutes by City Cat to The University of Queensland).. Single Studio Apartment $165.. Double Studio Apartment $170.. Twin Studio Apartment (2 single beds) $180.. Light breakfast @ $15 per person per day.. These fully Serviced and Air Conditioned, Self Contained Studio Apartments (one room) have Kitchenette with Microwave, Fridge, Fry Pan, Toaster, Kettle, Tea and Coffee making facilities.. These Apartments are within easy access to the bus service to the University.. WESTEND CENTRAL.. centralgroup.. 220 Melbourne Street, West.. End.. (20 minutes by bus to The University of Queensland).. Single / Double Studio Apartment (queen bed) $176.. 1 Bedroom Apartment (queen bed) $212.. 2 Bedroom Apartment (2 queen beds) $302.. Westend Central is a luxurious apartment hotel.. Located in Westend - one of Brisbane's cultural hubs, it is surrounded by the vibrant buzz of quaint and quirky shopping, restaurants and cafes', which cater for all tastes and budgets.. Brisbane's CBD is only 800 metres from the hotel, while the Brisbane Convention Exhibition, Performing Arts Centres, Queensland Art Gallery and Southbank are even closer.. Services: daily maid service, complimentary undercover security parking, dine-in delivery service, laundry dry-cleaning, business services available, safe deposit boxes.. Apartments: fully air-conditioned, full kitchen facilities (kitchenette facility in Studio Apartments), full laundry facilities in apartments, IDD/STD telephones, fax/modem line, telephone message bank service, hair dryers, in-room movies, tea/coffee making facilities.. Internet Facilities.. External Company – various packages.. Hotspot in every room.. - can be used all over Australia.. Dial-up, Broadband, Wireless..

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  • Title: QCMC 2010
    Descriptive info: General and Local Information.. About Australia.. Australia’s landscape is a picture of amazing diversity, contrasts and natural wonder.. From the ancient rock Uluru (Ayers Rock) to the Great Barrier Reef, Australia’s Red Centre reaches out to a magnificent azure coastline.. Scattered across this beautiful environment, our thriving cities bubble with sophistication and energy.. Brisbane, Queensland’s vibrant sub tropical capital, Sydney and its magnificent harbour, and Melbourne with its heritage of arts, fashion and fine food, are just three of Australia’s outstanding city destinations.. Australia, the world’s smallest continent and largest island, is like nowhere else on earth.. It is as big as mainland United States but has only 20 million people.. It is adventurous, stylish and friendly, has unique flora and fauna and a fantastic climate.. Aussies (as the locals are called) enjoy sport, beaches, music, performing arts, outdoor cafes, pubs, multicultural restaurants and good friends.. A rich cultural blend of fashion, languages and cuisine colours the streets of Australia’s major cities.. Australia’s diverse mix of environments and cultures offers an encounter like no other.. Explore lively, sophisticated cities, experience the awe-inspiring beauty of Australia’s natural wonders, discover the ancient mysteries of Aboriginal culture, and see and feel the rigours of life in the rugged Outback.. Regardless of which path you take, Australia guarantees the experience of a lifetime!.. Australia Map.. Australia Facts.. About Brisbane.. Brisbane.. is Australia's fastest growing city with an outdoor lifestyle unequalled in Australia.. It is a thriving metropolis with an easy-going unhurried tempo, mouth-watering cuisine and fine local wines.. Its recreational, cultural and sporting facilities offer visitors endless opportunities to enjoy the city's great climate.. The cultural heart of Brisbane is the Queensland Cultural Centre at the South Bank Precinct.. Here you will find the Queensland Art Gallery, State Library and Queensland Museum.. Weather.. July is winter in Australia and in Brisbane winter is mild and very pleasant.. Most winter days  ...   and Services Tax.. All goods and services transacted in Australia attract a Goods and Services Tax of 10%.. By law this tax is included in all displayed prices – so the price you see is the price you pay.. Visitors to Australia can claim back the GST paid on any purchase of at least A$300 from the one store.. This is done at the airport at the time of departure.. You need proof of purchase (normal receipt) that shows the suppliers ABN (Australian Business Number), that GST was paid on the goods, and how much the GST was.. Time Zone.. Brisbane is 10 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT + 10).. Because Australia is on the other side of the International Date Line, you lose one day when traveling west from USA.. You will gain one day upon return (across the Pacific).. Tipping.. Tipping is not as widespread in Australia as it is in other parts of the world.. Tipping is your prerogative, a reward for service.. It is customary to tip hotel porters, and a gratuity of about 10% is usual in restaurants if good service is received.. NO service charge is added to hotel or restaurant bills.. Attractions in Brisbane.. There are many half and whole day.. tours.. that can be taken to enjoy the sights of Brisbane and surrounding areas.. Attractions near Brisbane.. Just an hour south of Brisbane, the.. Gold Coast.. boasts a wealth of natural attractions ranging from its internationally acclaimed beaches to World Heritage Listed subtropical rainforests.. An hour north of Brisbane, the.. Sunshine Coast.. offers both miles of pristine beaches and lush hinterland.. Attractions in Australia.. If you plan to spend more time in Australia, there are many options including.. The Great Barrier Reef.. and the.. Whitsunday Islands.. off the Queensland Coast, the.. Daintree Rainforest.. in far North Queensland,.. Uluru.. in Central Australia, or.. Kakadu.. in the Northern Territory..

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  • Title: QCMC 2010
    Descriptive info: INVITED SPEAKERS.. Transport.. Airport.. Taxis, Buses and Trains.. are available to use from Brisbane's airports.. Car rental services.. operate from Brisbane's airports.. Public Transport in Brisbane.. PublicTransport.. options of Buses, Trains and Ferries operate in Brisbane.. If you are frequently using public transport, it is recommended you purchase a.. go.. card.. which stores up to $250, so you can travel seamlessly on bus, train and ferry services.. Further information on.. cards.. is available at:.. http://www.. translink.. au/go.. php.. Parking.. The University utilises a paid parking scheme at St Lucia, which includes various parking zones and multi-level car parks for staff, students and visitors.. Paid parking applies from 7.. 00am to 9.. 00pm Monday to Friday throughout the year (Public Holidays excepted).. It is highly recommended that participants travelling by car use either of the multi-storey carparks located on Sir Fred Schonell Drive (See.. au/maps/.. click on St Lucia), as this provides covered and secure parking, and requires only a  ...   close to the River, the CityCat or bus are good options.. A cost effective way to travel is to purchase a.. Go Card.. These are available from most newsagents (including the Newsagent at the University) or from.. Machines (Adult fare cards only) at Bus and Train Stations.. Travel.. Zones 1 + 2 apply.. This card can be used on ferries, buses and trains.. There is a refundable.. deposit of $5.. Alternatively a.. weekly ticket.. may be purchased from any manned train station.. This is a little more expensive (+-$3) and can also be used for ferries, buses and trains.. No deposit required.. If travelling by taxi, please ask the driver to drop you off outside the Schonell Theatre (Building #22 on the map).. There will be a sign for the Conference.. If you are travelling by bus, the bus will take you to Chancellors Place.. From there it is a short distance across the Great Court to the Theatre..

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  • Title: QCMC 2010
    Descriptive info: Special Events.. An.. Opening Reception.. will be held on Sunday 18 July 2010 in the evening.. Outing.. to Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary.. koala.. net/index.. htm.. is planned for the afternoon of Wednesday 21 July 2010.. A.. Lab Tour.. will be held at a time to be advised.. Conference Banquet.. will be held on Wednesday 21 July 2010 at The Strand at Rugby Quay, Plaza Level, Rugby Quay, 123 Eagle Street Brisbane..

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  • Title: QCMC 2010
    Descriptive info: Visa.. All visitors, apart from New Zealand citizens, must obtain a Visa before travelling to Australia.. Australia's.. Electronic Travel Authority.. (ETA) is an electronically-stored authority for travel to Australia for a short-term tourist or business entry.. ETAs are issued within seconds of being requested through computer links between the Australian Immigration Department, travel agents, airlines and specialist service providers around the world.. Over 30 countries have access to the ETA system.. A recent innovative enhancement allows  ...   will need to obtain a business (short-stay) visa, even if some tourism activities are planned for part of the stay in Australia.. It is called a 456 visa, if it is issued as a label into a passport.. Please refer to the.. BUSINESS VISITOR VISA INFORMATION (General Guide Only).. as at 9 July 2009 issued by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship.. We strongly recommend you check the latest information on.. Department of Immigration and Citizenship..

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  • Title: QCMC 2010
    Descriptive info: Committees.. Local Organising Committee.. Timothy C Ralph.. (Principal Chair, University of Queensland, Australia).. Ping Koy Lam.. (Chair, Australian National University, Australia).. Jeffrey H Shapiro.. (ex-officio), (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA).. Stephen D Bartlett.. (University of Sydney, Australia).. Benjamin C Buchler.. (Australian National University, Australia).. Lloyd Hollenberg.. (University of Melbourne, Australia).. Gerard J Milburn.. (University of Queensland, Australia).. Casey Myers.. Geoff J Pryde.. (Griffith University, Australia).. Matthew J Sellars.. Program Committee.. Rainer Blatt.. (University of Innsbruck, Austria).. Ignacio Cirac.. (Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics,  ...   Urbana-Champaign, USA).. Ping Koy Lam.. Gerd Leuchs.. (Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, Germany).. Alexander Lvovsky (.. University of Calgary, Canada).. Tim Ralph.. Michelle Simmons.. (University of New South Wales, Australia).. QCMC Steering Committee.. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA) (Chair).. Osamu Hirota.. (Tamagawa University, Japan) (Past Chair).. Prem Kumar.. (Northwestern University, USA) (Vice-Chair).. Philippe Grangier.. (Institut d'Optique, France).. G Mauro D'Ariano.. (University of Pavia, Italy).. Alexander Lvovsky.. (University of Calgary, Canada).. Gerard Milburn.. Masahide Sasaki.. (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan)..

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