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Differentiable Programming Tensor Networks and Quantum Circuits
Lei Wang Chinese Academy of Sciences

RLdriven Quantum Computation
Pooya Ronagh Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Glassy and Correlated Phases of Optimal Quantum Control
Marin Bukov University of California System

Neural BeliefPropagation Decoders for Quantum ErrorCorrecting Codes
Yehua Liu University of Sherbrooke

Operational quantum tomography
Olivia Di Matteo TRIUMF (Canada's National Laboratory for Particle and Nuclear Physics)

Machine learning phase discovery in quantum gas microscope images
Ehsan Khatami San Jose State University

Machine Learning Physics: From Quantum Mechanics to Holographic Geometry
YiZhuang You University of California, San Diego


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Quantum Simulation of Lattice Field Theories with Microwave Photons
Christopher Wilson Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC)


Polariton Graph Network
Na Young Kim Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC)

Quantum simulation of 2D and 3D spin models in a linear chain of ions
KaziRajibul Islam Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC)

Maximally sensitive sets of states
Daniel Gottesman Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

TensorNetwork: accelerating tensor network computations and improving the coding experience
Ashley Milsted California Institute of Technology

Preparing Critical and Thermofield Double States on a Quantum Computer
Timothy Hsieh Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Simulating an expanding universe on Google's Bristlecone
Guifre Vidal Google Quantum AI


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Phase transition of fractional Chern insulators: QED3 and beyond
YinChen He Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Application of Tensor Network States to Lattice Field Theories
Stefan Kuhn Deutsches ElektronenSynchrotron (DESY)

Dynamics of twopoint correlation functions in quantum systems
Alvaro Alhambra Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Extracting conformal and superconformal data from critical quantum spin chains

Ashley Milsted California Institute of Technology

Yijian Zou Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics


Topological phases in Kitaev Materials
YongBaek Kim University of Toronto

Finite Correlation Length Scaling in LorentzInvariant Gapless iPEPS Wave Functions
Andreas Lauchli LeopoldFranzens Universität Innsbruck

Shortcuts in Real and Imaginary Time
Timothy Hsieh Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Isometric Tensor Network States in Two Dimensions
Michael Zaletel University of California System


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Quantum scale anomaly in a twodimensional Fermi gas
Philipp Preiss Heidelberg University

Relativistic False Vacuum Decay in Analogue Cold Atom Systems
Jonathan Braden Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics (CITA)

Bounds on Thermalization and Viscosity from the Average Null Energy Condition & Magnetic States with nontrivial Topology

Wolfgang Simeth Technical University of Munich (TUM)

Luca Delacretaz Stanford University



Geometric Aspects of Condensed Matter Systems
Matthew Roberts Imperial College London

Anomalous Dimensions for Conserved Currents from Holographic Dilatonic Models to Superconductivity
Philip Phillips University of Illinois System


Confinement Transition of Ising Gauge Theories Coupled to Gapless Fermions
Snir Gazit Hebrew University of Jerusalem


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From 3D TQFTs to 4D models with defects
Bianca Dittrich Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Hopf algebras and parafermionic lattice models
Joost Slingerland National University of Ireland

Frobenius algebras, Hopf algebras and 3categories
David Reutter Universität Hamburg




Interacting Hopf monoids and Graphical Linear Algebra
Pawel Sobocinski University of Southampton



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Understanding the Emergence of Chiral Spin Liquids in Mott Insulators
Ciaran Hickey University of Toronto

Manybody physics in a trapped ion quantum simulator
KaziRajibul Islam Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC)

Topological states in honeycomb materials
HaeYoung Kee University of Toronto


Entanglement area law in superfluid 4He
Chris Herdman Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC)


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Universal Dynamic Magnetism in the Ytterbium Pyrochlores
Alannah Hallas McMaster University


Stochastic Resonance Magnetic Force Microscopy: A Technique for Nanoscale Imaging of Vortex Dynamics
Raffi Budakian Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC)



Honeycomb lattice quantum magnets with strong spinorbit coupling
YoungJune Kim University of Toronto

Superconductivity and Charge Density Waves in the Clean 2D Limit
Adam Tsen Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC)


Machine Learning for Quantum Design
Machine learning techniques are rapidly being adopted into the field of quantum manybody physics including condensed matter theory experiment and quantum information science. The steady increase in data being produced by highlycontrolled quantum experiments brings the potential of machine learning algorithms to the forefront of scientific advancement. Particularly exciting is the prospect of using machine learning for the discovery and design of quantum materials devices and computers. In order to make progress the field must address a number of fundamental questions related to the challenges of studying manybody quantum mechanics using classical computing algorithms and hardware. The goal of this conference is to bring together experts in computational physics machine learning and quantum information to make headway on a number of related topics including: Datadrive quantum state reconstruction Machine learning strategies for quantum error correction Neuralnetwork based wavefunctions Nearterm prospects for data from quantum devices Machine learning for quantum algorithm discovery Registration for this event is now closed

ManyBody States and Dynamics Workshop II
On Thursday June 13 the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) and Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics (PI) will participate in the oneday ManyBody States and Dynamics Workshop II. The goal of the workshop is to describe ongoing efforts to experimentally realize quantum manybody states and dynamics and discuss interesting classes of states and dynamics that could be targeted. Experimentalists working on several platforms (such as photons atom and ion traps superconducting qubits excitonpolaritons or NMR) and theoreticians specialized in manybody theory (entanglement topological order gauge theories criticality chaos error correction holography) and numerical simulations (exact diagonalization Monte Carlo DMRG tensor networks) will meet for a morning workshop to identify and discuss common interests.

Quantum Matter: Emergence & Entanglement 3
This third workshop of the Perimeter Institute series Emergence and Entanglement will center around four major frontiers in quantum matter research: (i) topological matter including recently discovered phases in three dimensions and new routes toward experimental realization (ii) critical states of matter especially interacting CFTs in 2+1 dimensions and dualities (iii) stateoftheart numerical approaches to tackle such manybody problems (e.g. DMRG MERA Monte Carlo) and (iv) quantum dynamics and thermalization.

Low Energy Challenges for High Energy Physicists 3
Throughout the history of quantum field theory there has been a rich crosspollination between high energy and condensed matter physics. From the theory of renormalization to the consequences of spontaneous symmetry breaking this interaction has been an incredibly fruitful one. In the last decade there has been a strong resurgence of interest in condensed matter systems in the high energy theoretical physics community. Taking advantage of developments in conformal field theories the conformal bootstrap gauge/gravity and other type of dualities as well as effective field theory techniques high energy theorists with all kinds of specialist backgrounds are thinking about the diverse behavior exhibited in low energy physical systems. Recent developments also employed quantum field theory ideas to improve our understanding of condensed and quantum matter systems as for example Femi liquids strange metals or the behavior of topological defects in ultra cold atom gases. For certain questions such approaches present relevant advantages with respect to more traditional techniques. Moreover in recent years the interplay between high energy and condensed matter physics found new fuel in the search for light dark matter. Indeed theoretical analyses have recently shifted the attention towards model for subGeV dark matter. The condensed matter community has played a crucial role in the design of possible new materials and detectors that could allow the observation of such particles. The aim of this workshop is to bring together likeminded high energy theorists with appropriate condensed matter theorists and experimentalists to tackle some of the most interesting problems in modern physics. The format has been designed to allow for plenty of time for open discussion and interaction between the participants. This will reinvigorate existing collaborations as well as create new fruitful ones.

Hopf Algebras in Kitaev's Quantum Double Models: Mathematical Connections from Gauge Theory to Topological Quantum Computing and Categorical Quantum Mechanics
The Kitaev quantum double models are a family of topologically ordered spin models originally proposed to exploit the novel condensed matter phenomenology of topological phases for faulttolerant quantum computation. Their physics is inherited from topological quantum field theories, while their underlying mathematical structure is based on a class of Hopf algebras. This structure is also seen across diverse fields of physics, and so allows connections to be made between the Kitaev models and topics as varied as quantum gauge theory and modified strong complementarity. This workshop will explore this shared mathematical structure and in so doing develop the connections between the fields of mathematical physics, quantum gravity, quantum information, condensed matter and quantum foundations.

4 Corners Southwest Ontario Condensed Matter Symposium 2017
This tenth annual oneday symposium aims to provide an opportunity for condensed matter researchers in Southwest Ontario to gather and discuss informally their most recent research. The general format of the meeting consists of 2 guest speakers and 57 contributed talks. The names of the contributing speakers and title of their talks will be announced later. Registration begins at 9:30 am. The meeting is expected to start around 9:45 am and end between 55:30 pm. A lunch will be provided by the Black Hole Bistro.
There will be two keynote speaker for the symposium; Professor Andrew Mackenzie from the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids,Dresden and Professor Anders Sandvik from Boston University. Their talk titles will be announced at a later date.
Registration for this event will open shortly.

4 Corners Southwest Ontario Condensed Matter Symposium
4 Corners Southwest Ontario Condensed Matter Symposium