Quantum Speed Limits and Thermodynamics


2019/10/28 - 2019/10/31
UPV/EHU, Leioa, Bizkaia, Spain
Lucas Celeri, Aurelia Chenu, Adolfo del Campo and Iñigo Egusquiza
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Quantum Speed Limits and Thermodynamics

The international meeting "Quantum Speed limits and Thermodynamics" (QSLThermo19) aims at gathering world-wide leading experts on quantum science and technology working at the interface of quantum control, far-from-equilibrium physics, and quantum information science. 

Quantum speed limits are a set of fundamental results in information geometry that provide bounds on the rate at which physical processes can occur, the limits of computational power of physical devices, and the performance of quantum machines.

The engineering of energy-efficient thermal machines and the optimization of quantum processes such as information processing are at the forefront of quantum thermodynamics, which gives the thermodynamics of small quantum systems. The interplay of these two topics is currently a fast-paced area of research and the focus of the QSLThermo19 meeting.

More information is available on the workshop web page: http://dipc.ehu.es/QSLThermo19