1-st Russian school on quantum technologies

Employees of the Kazan Quantum Center KNITU-KAI took part in the work of the “First Russian school on quantum technologies”, which took place from March 18 to 23, 2018 in the village of. Esto-Sadok (Rosa Khutor, Krasnodar Region).

At the school, 15 plenary lectures were delivered by leading Russian scientists in the field of quantum technologies:

SP Kulik “Quantum processing of information: current state and prospects”
SA Moiseev “Quantum memory for quantum computing and communications”
II Ryabtsev “Experimental Quantum Informatics with Single Atoms”
Yu. I. Bogdanov “Quantum measurements and tomography”
VV Ryazanov “Quantum coherent devices based on Josephson junctions”
VV Pogosov “Algorithmic simulation of quantum systems on a quantum computer”
A. A. Kalachev “Optical quantum memory in impurity crystals”
KS Kravtsov “Quantum cryptography through atmospheric communication channels”
AA Toropov “Single-photon sources for quantum informatics”
AV Ustinov “Superconducting quantum circuits: physics and circuit engineering”
VL Eliseev “Practical aspects of the use of quantum key distribution for the protection of information”
A. V. Urivsky “Mechanisms for establishing the keys of a pair connection, or why do we need the quantum key distribution?”
S. V. Garbuk “Coordination of work carried out in the Russian Federation in the field of quantum technologies”
TV Pavlova “Quantum computer based on individual impurity atoms in the 28Si: 31 system State, problems and prospects”
SN Molotkov “Quantum Cryptography”
The first day was devoted to the problems of quantum interfaces and quantum memory. Director of the Center Dr.Sc. Moiseyev S.A. made a guest lecture on “Quantum memory for quantum computing and communications.” Also 25 posters were presented at the school. The staff of the Center is Ph.D. Gerasimov K.I. and PhD student Minnegaliev M.M. took part in the poster section with posters devoted to the “Broadband multiresonator interface for microwave memory” and “Dynamics of optically excited levels and ultrathin sublevels of the ground state of 167Er3 + ions in a 7LiYF4 crystal.” At the end of the day, discussions were held at the round table on topical problems of creating quantum memory.

The next day the schools presented papers on the topic of superconducting quantum computers, and the third day of the school’s work was devoted to the actual problems of quantum cryptography. At the end of each day of the work a round table was held with a comprehensive discussion of the current problems of quantum computing and quantum cryptography. The cultural program of the school included skiing on the Olympic routes in Sochi (see photos of Kazan school participants). With presentations and video recordings of speeches, as well as with the schedule of the past school can be found on the website of the school www.qutes.org

At the session

At the ski track in the free time