Invited Talks 2021 - Section 2

Monday 13 September

Francesco Tafuri, Università di Napoli Federico II
Hybrid Josephson junctions opportunity for quantum hardware

Angelo Carollo, Università di Palermo, Lobachevsky State University
Vacancy-Like Dressed States in Topological Waveguide QED

Elena Ferraro, CNR-IMM Agrate Brianza
Quantum computing with semiconductor spins: The flip-flop qubit universal quantum gates set

Elisabetta Paladino, Università e INFN Catania, CNR-IMM Catania
Thermal rectification through a nonlinear quantum resonator

Stefano Carretta, Università e INSTM Parma
Molecular spin qudits: A promising ingredient for quantum computers

Lorenza Viola, Dartmouth College Hanover
Metastability and signatures of topology in open quadratic bosonic dynamics

Rosa di Felice, University of Southern California, CNR-Nano Modena
D-Wave as a generator of structural models for order-disorder transitions in materials science

Tuesday 14 September

Ilaria Zardo, University of Basel
Towards phonon engineering at the nanoscale: Material design and innovative experimental techniques

Chiara Bigi, University of St Andrews, CNR-IOM Trieste, Università di Milano
On the origin, dimensionality and control of defect states in (001) anatase TiO2 thin films

Paola Luches, CNR-Nano Modena
Dynamics of charge excitations in metal-oxide nanostructures for energy conversion

Alessia Sambri, CNR-SPIN Napoli
Conducting LaAlO3/SrTiO3 micro-membranes obtained by strain engineering: Characterization and possible electronic applications

Roberta Citro, Università di Salerno
Quantum pumps and quantum phase batteries

Alice Sciortino, Università di Palermo
The photophysics of Carbon Dots and their nanocomposites

Paolo Piergentili, Università di Camerino, INFN Perugia
Two-membrane cavity optomechanics: Linear and non-linear dynamics

Wednesday 15 September

Simone Montangero, Università di Padova
Tensor network algorithms for high-dimensional quantum many-body systems

Ginestra Bianconi, Queen Mary University of London
Topological synchronization

Giacomo Bormetti, Università di Bologna
A score-driven approach to time-varying parameters

Valeria Rondelli, Università di Milano
Models of cell membrane domains for surface interactions structural investigation

Emanuela Zaccarelli, CNR-ISC Roma
Modelling realistic microgels in computer simulations

Andrea Tomadin, Università di Pisa
Microscopic theory of plasmon-enabled resonant terahertz detection in bilayer graphene

Daniela Farina, CNR-ISTP Milano
Plasma-wave interaction in present-day magnetic fusion research

Thursday 16 September

Stefano Corni, Università di Padova, CNR-Nano Modena
Atomistic simulations of molecules and of their photochemistry in the strong coupling regime

Luciano Colombo, Università di Cagliari
Second sound driven by a modulated temperature field

Simona Achilli, Università di Milano
Point defects in silicon for quantum technologies at room temperature

Matteo Gatti, LSI, CNRS, ETSF, SOLEIL, Ecole Polytechnique Palaiseau
Fingerprints of dynamical correlation in electron spectroscopies

Claudia Filippi, MESA, University of Twente Entschede
Recent developments in real-space quantum Monte Carlo

Alice Ruini, Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia, CNR-Nano Modena
Theoretical spectroscopy of graphene nanoribbons

Marcello Dalmonte, ICTP e SISSA Trieste
Data mining the many-body problem

Friday 17 September

Iris Agresti, Sapienza Università di Roma
Device-independent certification of quantum protocols

Ilaria Gianani, Università di Roma Tre
Exploiting quantum frequency correlations: The metrology of ghost spectrometry

Ivo P. Degiovanni, INRIM Torino
Metrology for Quantum Communication: Results and perspectives of the EURAMET European Metrology Network for Quantum Technologies

Valentina Parigi, Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, Sorbonne Université
Non-Gaussian continuous variables quantum networks

Alberto Porzio, CNR-SPIN Napoli
Continuous variables entanglement in OAM beams

Francesco V. Pepe, Università e INFN Bari
Quantum decay at short, intermediate, and long times: Observation in integrated photonics

Dario Gerace, Università di Pavia
Nonlinear and quantum optics in confined photonic systems