poster for the workshop on openness as a resource: accessing new quantum states  with dissipation

Advanced Study Group on Quantum Openness

The advanced study group consists of Sergiy Denysov from NordSTAR and OsloMet AI Lab, Peter Hanggi from University of Augsburg (Germany) and Dario Poletti from Singapore University for Technology and Design. Together they aim to make a breakthrough in understanding complex quantum systems that are interacting with the world outside.

The Advanced Study Group “Open Quantum Systems far from Equilibrium” began its work at the Max-Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems (MPIPKS) in Dresden, Germany, in 2019. 

"We will now resume our work, after a break caused by covid-19. We expect participation of the group members from Poland, Slovenia, Italy, and South Korea. The group activity will be crowned with the workshop “Openness as a resource: Accessing new quantum states with dissipation”, says Sergiy Denysov. 

The physical workshop will be hosted by MPIPKS in Dresden from the 31st of January until the 4th of February, 2022. 

"MPIPKS is a famous international institute, a think tank, and a hub, where researchers working on complex systems of different genesis, ranging from biology and econometrics to quantum physics, meet, discuss, and exchange their ideas", Danysov explains. 

More information on the advanced study group (pks.mpg.de). 

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