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IYAS 2018 (International Young Astronomers School) : Scientific Exploitation of the Gaia Data
26 Feb 2018 • Paris, France
Modeling and Control of Open Quantum Systems
16 Apr 2018 - 20 Apr 2018 • CIRM Luminy, Marseille, France
The IHP thematic quarter entitled "Measurement and control of quantum systems: theory and experiments" will start with this school on the modeling and control of open-quantum systems. It consists of a series of graduate-level courses presenting the mathematical models underlying and applicable to current experiments involving measurement and control of individual quantum systems. This one-week school at CIRM is split into three 6-hour courses, and into three 2-hour conferences on experiments illustrating the relevance and importance of the theoretical concepts to be presented during the school. The 2-hour conferences will cover different types of experimental settings: cavity quantum electro-dynamical systems, superconducting circuits and trapped ions.
Spectroscopy 2D 3D -- 4th Indo-French Astronomy School
09 Jul 2018 • Lyon, France
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Last updated: 18 February 2018