Scientific Program of the 6th WS

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