The development of technologies for the 21st century, coupled with fundamental scientific inquiry, is driving new theoretical and experimental research on control in quantum systems. Experience has shown that systematic use of quantum control theory leads to significant improvements in technologies ranging from magnetic resonance to prototype quantum computers. Compelling case studies of quantum control have been developed in wide-ranging fields such as chemistry, metrology, optical networking and computer science.
This is the tenth international workshop on Principles and Applications of Control in Quantum Systems. The first workshop of that name was held at the California Institute of Technology in 2004. We retain its basic aim: to bring together researchers in physics, control theory, dynamical systems, stochastics, signal processing and information science to strengthen the community of quantum control.
As in previous workshops, all lectures will be from invited speakers, which will present recent developments at the forefronts of theoretical research, experimentation and motivating applications.
The 2015 conference will take place in Sydney, Australia, at
(University of New South Wales) Australia Kensington
campus, from July 20 (Monday) to July 24 (Friday), 2015. A
poster session will be held in the afternoon of the second day,
and there will also be a workshop banquet organised on Wednesday
evening. After the inaugural PRACQSYS at Caltech, past instances
of the workshop have been held at
University, USA (2nd PRACQSYS)
of Sydney, Australia (3rd PRACQSYS)
of Oregon, USA (4th PRACQSYS)
University, Denmark (5th PRACQSYS)
Hall, Royal Society, UK (6th PRACQSYS)
of Tokyo, Japan (7th PRACQSYS)
CA, USA, organised by Stanford University (8th PRACQSYS)
Newton Institute, Cambridge University, UK (9th
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Last updated: 13 August 2015