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New Perspectives in Quantum Statistics and Correlations

24.02.2010
Conference for young scientists, March 1 to 5, 2010, in the Heidelberg Academy of Science and Humanities

During the last decades, the theoretical understanding of single quantum systems, such as single ions or atoms, as well as the experimental ability to manipulate them, has reached an unprecedented level. New challenges concern the characterization of correlations between individual quantum systems.

Statistical approaches to capture such correlations have been established in numerous branches of quantum physics and mathematics. Different notions and perspectives on common ideas have deleloped in different, seemingly disjoint communities.

The aim of the confernce is to establish bridges among these communities, bringing together both young and experienced scientists.

Date: March 1 to 5, 2010
Venue: Akademie der Wissenschaften, Karlstraße 4, Heidelberg
Beginning: March 1, 2010, 9:15 h
Conference language is English.
Contact:
Dr. Herbert v. Bose
Press and public relations officer
of the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences and Humanities
Telefon: 06221 / 54 34 00
Fax: 06221 / 54 33 55
E-Mail: herbert.vonbose@adw.uni-heidelberg.de
Internet: http://www.haw.baden-wuerttemberg.de
E-Mail: qsc@uni-hd.de

Dr. Herbert von Bose | idw
Further information:
http://www.haw.baden-wuerttemberg.de
http://www.haw.uni-heidelberg.de/forschung/2009-qsc.de.html

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