The 6th QC/QCC on QCs

The 6th OCU International WS on Quantum Chemistry/Quantum Chemical Calculations on Quantum Computers: Quantum Algorithms

Meeting room 9A(9th Floor), OCU Media Center, Osaka City University, Osaka 558-8585, Japan

The place was changed from Graduate School of Science to Media Center.

Mar. 28 (Thu.), 2019

You are cordially invited to the 6th OCU International WS on Quantum Chemistry/Quantum Chemical Calculations on Quantum Computers, Mar. 28, 2019 at Graduate School of Science, Osaka City University.

The WS on QC/QCC-on-QCs has been held early spring every year since 2014 at OCU. The WS is not a scalable one, and only the limited number of scientists/researchers in this emerging field have been invited, giving their intensive lectures in the WS. The topics of each workshop will reflect emerging subjects and trends in the field of quantum algorithms and related fields from both the experimental and theoretical sides.

Invited speakers

As of March 18, 2019

  • Bhanu Das, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
  • Tim Gould, Griffith University, Australia
  • Joonsuk Huh, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
  • Yasuhiro Kobori, Kobe University, Japan
  • Kiminori Maeda, Saitama University, Japan
  • Jarrod McClean, Google, USA
  • Bijaya K. Sahoo, Physical Research Laboratory, India
  • Kenji Sugisaki, Osaka City University, Japan

Program:

Scientific Program updated on Mar. 18, 2019
March 28, 2019

9:30-9:40 Opening remarks
9:40-10:40
“Towards the non-Condon quantum simulation with quantum optics”
Joonsuk Huh, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea

10:40-11:20
“Three-Dimension Visualizations of Electron Spin Polarization for Elucidating Photo-Energy Conversion Mechanisms”
Yasuhiro Kobori, Kobe University, Japan

11:20-12:00
“Probing and controlling transient radical pairs by static and arbitrarily generated RF magnetic field”
Kiminori Maeda, Saitama University, Japan

12:00-13:00 Photo Session & Lunch

13:00-14:00
“Optimising quantum chemistry for quantum computers – can ensemble density functional theory help?”
Tim Gould, Queensland Micro- and Nano-technology Centre, Griffith University, Australia

14:00-14:40
“Studies of Spin Properties of Open Shell Molecules on Quantum Computers”
Kenji Sugisaki, Osaka City University, Japan

14:40-15:40
“Advances in Relativistic Atomic Coupled-Cluster Theory for High Precision Calculations”
Bijaya Kumar Sahoo, Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad, India

15:40-16:00 Break

16:00-17:00
“Advances in using NISQ devices towards intractable chemistry simulations”
Jarrod McClean, Google, USA

17:00-18:00
“Relativistic Unitary Coupled Cluster Theory and Prospects for Quantum Computing”
Bhanu Pratap Das, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

18:00-18:10 Closing remarks

Venue and access:

All workshop activities will take place at Sugimoto Campus, Osaka City University, Osaka.

The WS/conference center is conveniently located from Kansai International Airport and from Shin-Kobe Station of Shin-Kansen JR line. The center has easy access to Kyoto, Nara, Kobe, Osaka and other local areas.

Access to Sugimoto Campus: http://www.osaka-cu.ac.jp/en/about/access#sugimoto


Registration:

Registration will not be necessary.


Visa application:

Visas issued from the Foreign Ministry of Japan are required to enter Japan from Russia and other countries. For the visa issue, participants who need visas should contact the Japanese Embassy in their own countries. If you require assistance in obtaining a travel Visa, you must request assistance from the organizer.

Social programs and tours:

Not available.


Organizing committee:

Chairperson: Kazunobu Sato, Graduate School of Scence, Osaka City University (E-mail: sato@sci.osaka-cu.ac.jp)

Co-chairperson: Takeji Takui, Research Support/URA Center, University Administration Division, Osaka City University (E-mail: takui@sci.osaka-cu.ac.jp)

Sponsorship by/from:

Supported by Graduate School of Science, Osaka City University

Contact us/addresses for correspondence:

Secretariat:

  • Kenji Sugisaki, Lecturer
    Department of Chemistry and Molecular Materials Science
    Graduate School of Science, Osaka City University
    E-mail: sugisaki@sci.osaka-cu.ac.jp
  • Shigeaki Nakazawa, Associate Professor
    Department of Chemistry and Molecular Materials Science
    Graduate School of Science, Osaka City University
    E-mail: s-nakaza@sci.osaka-cu.ac.jp
  • Kazunobu Sato, Professor (Executive)
    Department of Chemistry and Molecular Materials Science
    Graduate School of Science, Osaka City University
    3-3-138 Sugimoto, Sumiyoshi-ku, Osaka 558-8585, Japan
    Tel: +81-(0)6-6605-3072 / Fax: +81-(0)6-6605-2522
    E-mail: sato@sci.osaka-cu.ac.jp
  • Takeji Takui, Professor
    Research Support/URA Center, University Administration Division, Osaka City University
    3-3-138 Sugimoto, Sumiyoshi-ku, Osaka 558-8585, Japan
    Tel: +81-(0)6-6605-2605  Fax: +81-(0)6-6605-2522
    E-mail: takui@sci.osaka-cu.ac.jp