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Technical Committee on Quantum Information Technology (QIT) [schedule] [select]
Chair Takuya Hirano (Gakushuin Univ.)
Secretary Yoko Miyamoto (Univ. of Electro-Comm.), Yasuhito Kawano (NTT)

Conference Date Mon, Nov 18, 2019 09:40 - 18:10
Tue, Nov 19, 2019 09:40 - 17:10
Topics Quantum Information 
Conference Place Gakushuin University 100th anniversary Memorial Hall 
Address 1-5-1 Mejiro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo 171-8588, Japan
Transportation Guide https://www.univ.gakushuin.ac.jp/en/access.html
Sponsors This conference is co-sponsored by Quantum Electronics Group, The Japan Society of Applied Physics.

Mon, Nov 18 AM  Opening Address
09:40 - 09:50
  09:40-09:50 Opening address ( 10 min. )
Mon, Nov 18 AM  Session I
Chair: Koji Azuma
09:50 - 10:50
(1) 09:50-10:10 An upper bound on the number of compatible parameters in simultaneous quantum estimation Shingo Kukita (Shanghai Univ.)
(2) 10:10-10:30 Compact convex structure of quantum measurements and resource theory of measurements with continuous outcome spaces Yui Kuramochi (Univ. Tokyo)
(3) 10:30-10:50 Operational characterization of incompatibility of quantum channels with quantum state discrimination Junki Mori (Kyoto Univ.)
  10:50-11:00 Break ( 10 min. )
Mon, Nov 18 AM  Session II
Chair: Toyohiro Tsurumaru
11:00 - 12:30
(4) 11:00-11:50 [Invited Talk]
Simulated bifurcation algorithm
-- Combinatorial optimization based on classical adiabatic evolution --
Hayato Goto (Toshiba)
(5) 11:50-12:10 On Attacking Next-Generation Public-Key Cryptography by Using LASOLV Yasuhito Kawano (NTT), Hiroshi Sekigawa (TUS)
(6) 12:10-12:30 Programming language for annealing machine Taisei Ozu (Nagoya Univ.)
  12:30-13:50 Lunch Break ( 80 min. )
Mon, Nov 18 PM  Session III
Chair: Takashi Yamanoto
15:50 - 17:20
(7) 15:50-16:40 [Invited Talk]
Strong coupling between a single ion and an optical cavity: Towards optical interconnects between ion traps
Hiroki Takahashi (Osaka Univ.)
(8) 16:40-17:00 Phonon-number-resolving detection of multiple local phonon modes in a trapped-ion chain Ryutaro Ohira, Takashi Mukaiyama, Kenji Toyoda (Osaka Univ.)
(9) 17:00-17:20 Ghost imaging for quantum communication applications Adam Valles (Chiba Univ.), Nicholas Bornman (Wits Univ.), Jonathan Leach (Heriot-Watt Univ.), Andrew Forbes (Wits Univ.)
  17:20-17:30 Break ( 10 min. )
Mon, Nov 18 PM  Session IV
Chair: Tomoyuki Morimae
17:30 - 18:10
(10) 17:30-17:50 Virtual two-qubit gate from single-qubit operations Kosuke Mitarai, Keisuke Fujii (Osaka Univ.)
(11) 17:50-18:10 Error suppression for adiabatic quantum computation with 2-local Hamiltonian Ryotaro Suzuki, Keisuke Fujii (Osaka Univ.)
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Tue, Nov 19 AM  Session V
Chair: Akira Kitagawa
09:40 - 11:00
(12) 09:40-10:00 Theoretical limits and scaling of quantum edge detection Naoto Kura, Masahito Ueda (UTokyo)
(13) 10:00-10:20 Collective enhancements in charging quantum batteries via a quantum heat engine Kosuke Ito (Osaka Univ.), Gentaro Watanabe (Zhejiang Univ.)
(14) 10:20-10:40 Entanglement transport and thermalization in an isolated many-body system Ryosuke Yoshii, Shunji Tsuchiya (Chuo univ.)
(15) 10:40-11:00 Temperature and entropy production rate of a single-mode Gaussian state under quantum Markovian and non-Markovian dynamics Takaaki Aoki (AIST/UTokyo), Yuichiro Matsuzaki (AIST)
  11:00-11:10 Break ( 10 min. )
Tue, Nov 19 AM  Session VI
Chair: Yasuhito Kawano
11:10 - 12:30
(16) 11:10-11:30 Undecidability of Thermalization and computational complexity of its finite size version Naoto Shiraishi (Gakushuin Univ.), Keiji Matsumoto (NII)
(17) 11:30-11:50 Fast quantum algorithm for data approximation by optimized random features Hayata Yamasaki (UTokyo), Sathyawageeswar Subramanian (University of Cambridge), Sho Sonoda (Riken), Masato Koashi (UTokyo)
(18) 11:50-12:10 Fine-grained quantum supremacy based on Orthogonal Vectors, 3-SUM and All-Pairs Shortest Paths Ryu Hayakawa, Tomoyuki Morimae (Kyoto Univ.), Suguru Tamaki (Hyogo Univ.)
(19) 12:10-12:30 Conditions for equivalence of magic state distillation protocols in prime dimension at least 5 Yasuhiro Kondo, Ryuhei Mori (Tokyo Tech)
  12:30-13:50 Lunch Break ( 80 min. )
Tue, Nov 19 PM  Session VII
Chair: Takuya Hirano
13:50 - 14:40
(20) 13:50-14:40 [Invited Talk]
Quantum remote sensing with asymmetric information gain
Yuichiro Matsuzaki (AIST), Yuki Takeuchi (NTT), Kouchiro Miyanichi (Osaka Univ), Takanori Sugiyama (Tokyo Univ), W. J. Munro (NTT BRL)
  14:40-14:50 Break ( 10 min. )
Tue, Nov 19 PM  Session VIII
Chair: Masaki Owari
14:50 - 15:50
(21) 14:50-15:10 Capacity of Quantum Private Information Retrieval with Collusion of All But One of Servers Seunghoan Song, Masahito Hayashi (Nagoya Univ.)
(22) 15:10-15:30 Impossibility of blind quantum sampling for classical client Tomoyuki Morimae (Kyoto Univ.), Harumichi Nishimura (Nagoya Univ.), Yuki Takeuchi, Seiichiro Tani (NTT)
(23) 15:30-15:50 Rational sumcheck protocols for classically delegating quantum computing to a quantum server Yuki Takeuchi (NTT), Tomoyuki Morimae (Kyoto Univ.), Seiichiro Tani (NTT)
  15:50-16:00 Break ( 10 min. )
Tue, Nov 19 PM  Session IX
Chair: Yutaka Shikano
16:00 - 17:10
(24) 16:00-16:20 Proposal of Efficient Quantum Modular Addition Circuit and its Implementation Kento Oonishi (UTokyo/ Keio Univ.), Tomoki Tanaka (MUFG/ MUFG Bank/ Keio Univ.), Shumpei Uno (MHIR/ Keio Univ.), Naoki Yamamoto (Keio Univ.), Noboru Kunihiro (Tsukuba Univ.)
(25) 16:20-16:40 Structures of Hilbert space and algebra induced by quantum probes Go Kato (NTT), Masaki Owari (Shizuoka Univ), Koji Maruyama (Osaka City Univ)
(26) 16:40-17:00 The real and imaginary parts of a weak value appearing as back-actions via a post-selection Kazuhiro Yokota (Nihon Univ.)
  17:00-17:10 Closing address ( 10 min. )
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Mon, Nov 18 PM  Poster Session ( 120 min )
13:50 - 15:50
(27) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Localization phenomena in constrained quantum annealing
Kazue Kudo (Ochanomizu Univ.)
(28) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Ginzburg-Landau theory for spinor bosons in an optical lattice
Shion Yamashita, Ryosuke Yosii, Shunji Tsuchiya (Chuo Univ)
(29) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Image analysis based on nonnegative/binary matrix factorization
Hinako Asaoka, Kazue Kudo (Ochanomizu Univ.)
(30) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
How to characterize a quantum measurement solely based on its output statistics?
Michele Dall'Arno (Waseda University), Francesco Buscemi (Nagoya University), Alessandro Bisio, Alessandro Tosini (Pavia University), Asaph Ho, Valerio Scarani (National University of Singapore)
(31) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Predicting Time-Series Data with Quantum Recurrent Neural Network
Yuto Takaki, Kosuke Mitarai, Makoto Negoro, Keisuke Fujii, Masahiro Kitagawa (Osaka Univ.)
(32) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Quantum Circuit for the Fast Fourier Transform
Ryo Asaka, Kazumitsu Sakai, Ryoko Yahagi (TUS)
(33) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Recording polarization distribution of light in holographic data storage
Ryo Suzuki, Kaoru Sanaka (TUS)
(34) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Calculation Speed of Quantum Computation Based on Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics
Takeru Utsugi (Waseda Univ.), Rui Asaoka (Meiji Univ.), Yuuki Tokunaga (NTT), Takao Aoki (Waseda Univ.)
(35) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Secure random number generation from parity symmetric radiations
Toyohiro Tsurumaru (Mitsubishi Electric), Toshihiko Sasaki (U. Tokyo), Izumi Tsutsui (KEK)
(36) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Tractable Quantum Speed Limit and Hamiltonian Engineering for Robust State Preparation
Kohei Kobayashi, Naoki Yamamoto (Keio Univ.)
(37) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Accelerating Quantum Dynamics Simulation with GPU
Yoshiaki Kawase, Keisuke Fujii (Osaka Univ.)
(38) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Analysis of the effects of the two-photon distinguishability on decoy state measurement-device-independent quantum key distribution
Haobo Ge, Akihisa Tomita, Kazuhisa Ogawa, Atsushi Okamoto (Hokkaido Univ.)
(39) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Inversion of Interaction Operator via Quantum Feedback Amplification
Yuri Tanaka, Naoki Yamamoto (Keio Univ.)
(40) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Entanglement creation using Unruh effect
Masanori Hiroishi (Hiroshima Univ.)
(41) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Toward an experimental verification of the photon propagation paradox
Tatsuya Honda, Masataka Iinuma, Hofmann Holger (Hiroshima Univ.)
(42) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Applicability and Challenges of NISQ Algorithm to Financial Derivative
Kenji Kubo, Shota Nagayama (Mercari)
(43) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Experimental investigation of Bell inequality by using simultaneous measurements.
Kengo Matsuyama, Masataka Iinuma, Holger F. Hofmann (Hiroshima Univ.)
(44) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Quantum Annealing for Minimum Cut of a Simple Graph
Kanto Teranishi, Shota Nagayama (Mercari)
(45) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Experimental quantum kernel machine learning with solid state NMR
Takeru Kusumoto, Kosuke Mitarai, Makoto Negoro, Keisuke Fujii, Masahiro Kitagawa (Osaka Univ.)
(46) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Analysis on Quantum Annealing Based on the Quantum Adiabatic Master Equation
Takayuki Suzuki, Shota Nagayama (Mercari)
(47) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Error trade-off relations for two-parameter unitary model with commuting generators
Shin Funada, Jun Suzuki (UEC)
(48) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Complexity of CPTP maps mapping quantum states into separable states
Seiseki Akibue, Go Kato, Seiichiro Tani (NTT)
(49) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Quantum Communication Complexity of Distribution Testing
Aleksandrs Belovs (Univ. of Latvia), Arturo Castellanos (Kyoto Univ.), Francois Le Gall, Guillaume Malod (Nagoya Univ.)
(50) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Quantum algorithm for collision steps in lattice Boltzmann method
Ryo Omori, Yuji Nakanishi, Masahiro Tanaka, Satoru Takanezawa (Daikin)
(51) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Clasically Optimized Variational Quantum Eignensolver for Topological Orderd Systems
Keita Osaki, Keisuke Fujii (Osaka Univ.)
(52) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
A proposal on explanation for quantum algorithms
Shingo Taniuchi, Mariko Sasakura, Masanori Ichioka (Okay Univ)
(53) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Improvement of quantum error correction by optimizing frequency of syndrome measurements
Shoya Takagi, Keisuke Fujii (Osaka Univ.)
(54) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
Development of a high-performance BEC spatial magnetometer toward the quantum enhanced measurement
Kosuke Shibata, Naota Sekiguchi, Aki Torii, Ryohei Kuramoto, Daiki Fukuda, Takuya Hirano (Gakusuin Univ.)
(55) 13:50-15:50 [Poster Presentation]
On the convergence of two-mode squeezed states
Ryo Namiki (Gakusuin Univ.)

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General TalkEach speech will have 15 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for discussion.
Invited TalkEach speech will have 40 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for discussion.
Poster PresentationEach speech will have 120 minutes for presentation.

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