We welcome contributed works centred around themes that cross the boundaries and complexity and quantum science. Examples include:
- Information theoretic foundations of complexity science.
- Thermodynamics of classical and quantum information.
- Quantum methods in complexity science.
- Complexity quantifiers or measures of quantum systems.
- Generalizations of complexity-theoretic concepts to the quantum regime.
Contributions do not need to be about published or completed research. We are mainly seeking new ideas; and welcome contributions that elicit the asking of interesting new cross-disciplinary questions. Contributions will be assessed primarily on potential cross-disciplinary interest to both quantum information and complexity theorists, and those deemed particular exciting will be selected for oral presentation.
Please include the following in your submission.
- An abstract (No more than 350 words) – with emphasis on why it could be interesting to both quantum and complexity scientists.
- The expected speaker
- Reference ArXiv preprint/publication, or attached manuscript, where available.
Submission’s close on the 14th of November 2016, anywhere in the world time. Notification of result will be given on the 21st of November.