Program and Schedule


Schedule at a glance

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TALKS, June 4

Ehtibar Dzhafarov
Purdue University, USA
Context-dependence and contextuality. (presentation)

Adan Cabello
University of Sevilla, Spain
Why (Bell-Kochen-Specker) quantum contextuality?

Samson Abramsky
University of Oxford, UK
Contextuality and quantum advantage.

Pawel Kurzynski
Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland
Contextuality and indistinguishability. (presentation)

Ravi Kunjwal
Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, Canada
Graph-theoretic approach to obtaining irreducible noncontextuality.

Howard Nelch Barnum
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
On noncontextual "hidden variable" models for probabilistic theories.

Rui Soares Barbosa
University of Oxford, UK
The contextual fraction and contextuality as a resource.

Philip Walther
University of Vienna, Austria
Experimental superposition of causal orders and investigation of hypercomplex quantum theories.

Michel Planat
Institut FEMTO-ST, France
From informationally complete POVMs to the Kochen-specker theorem. (presentation)

Masanao Ozawa
Nagoya University, Japan
Intersubjectivity of quantum measurement.

TALKS, June 5

Yuri Gurevich
Microsoft Research, USA
On hidden variables: Value and expectation no-go theorems. (article)

Guido Bacciagaluppi
Utrecht University, Netherlands
Specker's principle and (ortho)coherence. (presentation)

Shane Mansfield
University of Edinburgh, Scotland
A unified approach to contextuality and violations of macrorealism. (presentation)

Zhih-Ahn Jia
Key Laboratory of Quantum Information, USTC, CAS, China
Exclusivity principle determines the correlation monogamy. (presentation)

Giovanni Caru
University of Oxford, UK
All-vs-Nothing proofs of contextuality and the AvN triple theorem. (presentation)

Nadish de Silva
University College, UK
Contextuality and quantum gate injection.

Kohtaro Tadaki
Chubu University, Japan
A refinement of quantum mechanics by algorithmic randomness.

Archan Majumdar
S. N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, India
Sharing of nonlocality of a single member of an entangled pair is not possible by more than two unbiased observers on the other wing.

Pawel Blasiak
Institute of Nuclear Physics, Poland
Probability in the Plato's cave: Local model of a qudit. (presentation)

Federico Holik
Instituto de Fisica La Plata - CONICET, Argentina
Geometric probability theory in contextual probabilistic theories. (presentation)

Samuel C. Fletcher
University of Minnesota, USA
On noncontextual, non-Kolmogorovian hidden variable theories. (presentation)

Omid Charrakh
Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany
On the reality of the quantum wavefunction. (article)

Marian Kupczynski
Universite du Quebec en Outaouais, Canada
Contextuality versus quantum nonlocality.

POSTERS, June 4-5

Gonzalo Carvacho
University of Rome, Italy
Integrated-optics circuits for validation of non-classicality.

Polina Khrennikova
Leicester university, UK
Modelling agents' asset price expectations: a quantum theoretical paradigm.

Kihwan Kim
Tsinghua University, China
Exponential gain of randomness certified by quantum contextuality.

Minoru Koga
Nagoya University, Japan
On the non-existence of two-valued lattice homomorphisms of quantum logic. (poster)

Adrian Kolodziejski
University of Gdansk,, Poland
KCBS and CH inequalities revisited.

Carlos Lopez
UAH, Spain
A separable representation of the singlet beyond standard QM. (poster)

Marcin Markiewicz
Jagiellonian University, Poland
New 3D geometrical visualization of a contextuality of a qutrit.

Renate Quehenberger
QC:L, Austria
A Proposal for a psi-ontological model based on 5-dimensional geometry.

Jeremy Steeger
University of Notre Dame, USA
Betting on quantum objects. (poster)

William Sulis
McMaster University, Canada
Contextuality and Realism need not be incompatible: The Process Algebra. (poster)

Linde Wester
University of Oxford, UK
Almost equivalent paradigms of contextuality. (poster)

Xiang Zhan
Southeast University, China
An experimental test of entropic noncontextuality with single photons.

Yongsheng Zhang
University of Sciience and Technology of China, China
Experimental creation of superposition of unknown photonic quantum states.