We are happy to announce the inauguration of the Paris Centre for Quantum Computing (PCQC) in Paris, France. PCQC brings together computer scientists, theoretical & experimental physicists and mathematicians, working in Paris and aspires to break the ground for the establishment of new and realistic applications in quantum information processing.
Benjamin Rotenberg (CNRS and University Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris, France)
Mathieu Salanne (University Pierre et Marie Curie, France)
Paul A. Madden (Queen's College, Oxford, United Kingdom)
Alexei Kornyshev (Imperial College London, United Kingdom)
In the last decades the computers and the internet revolutions have been opening an enormous set of new possibilities in control that can impact the citizen's lives by touching aspects ranging from new health treatments, new transportation means, new services, new energy management (SmartGrids) , etc. These complex systems (systems of systems, hybrid, networked,...) are now part of the so-called Cyber-Physical Systems (shuffling hardware and software) that have become one of the ICT priorities, with the humans representing a central aspect.
The conference aims to bring together the leading researchers in stochastic programming, practitioners in the field, students, clients and users. Participants are welcome both from academics, but also industry, media and institutions concerned with data uncertainty as well as decision making solving stochastic applications in energy and sustainability.
Last updated on 08/28/2014