2019:

    • Name: Xuefeng Zhang (张学锋)
    • Dates for visit: 27th June 2019 – 28th June 2019
    • Unit: Chongqing University (重庆大学)
    • Talks in IFFS:
      • Frustrated optical lattice: from topological excitations to deconfined phase transition
      • Machine learning of quantum phase transitions
    • Name: Chiranjib Mukhopadhyay
    • Dates for visit: 11st July 2019 – 15th July 2019
    • Unit: Harish-Chandra Research Institute
    • Talks in IFFS:
      • Thermometric schemes using superposition of temporal order and weak measurement
    • Name: Matteo Paris
    • Dates for visit: 13rd July 2019 – 20th July 2019
    • Unit: Harish-Chandra Research Institute
    • Talks in IFFS:
      • Universal Quantum Magnetometry with Spin States at Equilibrium
      • Quantum sensing and metrology: the quantum Cramer-Rao bound and beyond
    • Name: Haidong Yuan (袁海东)
    • Dates for visit: 22nd July 2019 – 25th July 2019
    • Unit: The Chinese University of Hong Kong (香港中文大学)
    • Talks in IFFS:
      • Ultimate precision limit for quantum parameter estimation
    • Name: John Charles Mcintosh Gray
    • Dates for visit: 22nd Sep 2019 – 29th Sep 2019
    • Unit: Imperial College London
    • Talks in IFFS:
      • Tensor Network Tomography
      • Tensor Network Basics
      • Tensor Network Algorithms
    • Name: Mikio Nakahara + Shingo Kukita
    • Dates for visit: 24th Nov 2019 – 27th Nov 2019
    • Unit: Shanghai University (上海大学)
    • Talks in IFFS:
      • Spin-selective electron transfer in a quantum dot array
      • An upper bound on the number of compatible parameters in simultaneous quantum estimation
    • Name: Marc-Antoine Lemonde
    • Dates for visit: 26th Nov 2019 – 1st Dec 2019
    • Unit: National University of Singapore
    • Talks in IFFS:
      • Phonon Networks with Silicon-Vacancy Centers in Diamond Waveguides
    • Name: Yuji Hirono
    • Dates for visit: 16th Dec 2019 – 21st Dec 2019
    • Unit: Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics (South Korea)
    • Talks in IFFS:
      • Topological order, higher-form symmetry, and dense quark matter
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