Oral Contributions

List of Accepted Oral Contributions.

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• Gerardo Adesso (Università di Salerno)
Non-Gaussianity as a power-up for quantum communication and estimation

• Paolo Aniello (Università di Napoli 'Federico II')
Bipartite quantum systems: on the realignment criterion and beyond

• Marco Barbieri (The University of Queensland)
Quantum computing with zero entanglement

• Lorenzo Campos Venuti (ISI Foundation)
Universality in the fidelity approach to Quantum Phase Transition

• Alberto Carlini (Macquarie University)
Quantum computing along the brachistochrone

• Giulio Chiribella (Università di Pavia)
On quantum clocks and gyroscopes

• Cristian Degli Esposti Boschi (CNR, Unità CNISM di Bologna)
Numerical study of the one-dimensional asymmetric Hubbard model

• Giovanni Di Giuseppe (Università di Camerino)
Experimental inhibition of decoherence via bang-bang control

• Giuseppe Falci (Università di Catania)
Zitterbewegung and Decoherence of Weyl quasiparticles

• Giuseppe Florio (Università di Bari)
Statistical mechanics of multipartite entanglement

• Rosario Lo Franco (Università di Palermo)
Memory effects on the dynamics of nonlocal correlations

• Cosmo Lupo (Università di Camerino)
On the capacity of a lossy bosonic channel with memory

• Lorenzo Maccone (Università di Pavia)
Sub-Rayleigh Quantum Imaging

• Stefano Pirandola (MIT)
Multi-way quantum cryptography with coherent states

• Francesco Plastina (Università della Calabria)
Protecting entanglement via the quantum Zeno effect

• Alberto Porzio (CNISM – Napoli)
Experimental covariance matrix measurements for a bi-partite continuous variable entangled gaussian state

• Davide Rossini (International School for Advanced Studies)
Spin chain model for correlated quantum channels

• Simone Severini (IQC, University of Waterloo)
There is still no quantum cure for the graph isomorphism disease

• Dario Tamascelli (Università di Milano)
Feynman's model of a quantum computer as an interacting continuous time quantum walk.

• Franco Ventriglia (Università di Napoli “Federico II”)
Semigroup of positive maps for qu-dit states and entanglement in tomographic probability representation.

• Paola Verrucchi (INFM – CNR Universita' di Firenze)
Staggered magnetization and entanglement enhancement by magnetic impurities in S=1/2 spin chains

• Paolo Villoresi (Università di Padova e INFM-CNR LUXOR)
On the Quantum Communication in Space