Standard optical communication systems operate with efficiencies lower that limits defined by quantum physics. In recent years, significant progress has been made in identifying ultimate capacities of optical channels, developing and implementing sub-shot noise receivers, and understanding non-classical effects such as superadditivity of accessible information through collective readout. The purpose of this workshop is to review these advances and to identify further steps towards practical exploitation of quantum enhancement in optical communication.
Main topics include:
If you are interested in attending the workshop, please contact Konrad-dot-Banaszek-at-fuw-dot-edu-dot-pl
The workshop will start on Wednesday 24th February at 09:00 and finish on Friday 26th February around 15:00.
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The Workshop will take place on the Ochota Campus of the University of Warsaw, where the new building of the Faculty of Physics is located.
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Travel by train:
Railway stations closest to the conference venue are Warszawa Centralna and Warszawa Zachodnia. Current timetables can be found here.
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