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.
Prof. Jingbo B. Wang
Quantum dynamics and theory research group,
School of Physics,
University of Western Australia.
Prof. C.M. Chandrashekar
Optics and Quantum Information Group,
Institute of Mathematical Sciences, India.
Prof. Norio Konno
Division of Intelligent Systems Engineering
Yokohama National University, Japan.
Prof. Etsuo Segawa
Guraduate School of Information Science
Tohoku University, Japan.
Prof. Bhaskaran Muralidharan
Department of Electrical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology – Bombay, India.
Prof. Gavin Brennen
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Macquarie University, Australia.
Prof. Asiri Nanayakkara
National Institute of Fundamental Studies,