Quantum computation adopts an entirely different approach than classical computation, and its capability of implementing superfast algorithms has been proved both theoretically and experimentally. A significant number of researchers are currently involved with research on quantum computation and quantum information. Thus, the conference has allocated a special session for this particular area, as there is a high possibility that quantum computation might be the computational paradigm of the future.  The session provides a platform for experts and novices to meet together and share the results.

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Chair

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Prof. Jingbo B. Wang
Quantum dynamics and theory research group,
School of Physics,
University of Western Australia.

Invited Speakers

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Prof. C.M. Chandrashekar
Optics and Quantum Information Group,
Institute of Mathematical Sciences, India.

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Prof. Norio Konno
Division of Intelligent Systems Engineering
Yokohama National University, Japan.

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Prof. Etsuo Segawa
Guraduate School of Information Science
Tohoku University, Japan.

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Prof. Bhaskaran Muralidharan
Department of Electrical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology – Bombay, India.

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Prof. Gavin Brennen
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Macquarie University, Australia.

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Prof. Asiri Nanayakkara
National Institute of Fundamental Studies,
Sri Lanka.

Coordinator

Dr. Anuradha Mahasinghe
Department of Mathematics,
University of Colombo
Email: anuradhamahasinghe@maths.cmb.ac.lk
Mobile: +94778290095
Fax: +94112501731