From 22 to 30 Septemberб 2023, Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent, in cooperation with the International Centre for Theoretical Physics in Trieste, Italy, the Physics Society of Uzbekistan and the Bukhara State University, organizes an international conference «New trends in modern quantum science: from new functional materials to quantum technology»
The focus of this Summer School is on cutting-edge ideas, new results, current challenges and future perspectives in the field of modern quantum science, with a special focus on quantum materials and their application in quantum technologies. It is a new and advanced field of research in physics and technology, aimed at using such phenomena of quantum mechanics as confusing states, quantum superpositions, tunneling and quantum interference, which are used in quantum computing, quantum sensing, quantum cryptography, high-precision quantum metrology. and quantum visualization.
This event presents a series of lectures addressed to a wide audience of young researchers (including undergraduates and graduate students, young researchers), as well as scientists from developing countries working on various aspects of the physics of condensed media, materials and technologies. Science as well as statistical and chemical physics. Invited lecturers are world-renowned experts in research. The lectures will be complemented by short presentations by younger participants from developing countries in Central and South-East Asia, the Caucasus and the Middle East.
The event can be seen as part of our efforts to attract advanced topics of modern physics and technology to developing countries with a focus on regions such as Central Asia, the Caucasus, South-East Asia and the Middle East. Advanced scientific topics, such as quantum science and technology, quantum information, and nano-physics, have not yet taken root in the region. On the other hand, the economies of these countries need people who work and are familiar with materials science, energy conversion and nanotechnology. We believe that the establishment of such a School will help to attract young researchers to these new areas of research. The event will also help strengthen the cooperation of researchers from the above regions with the international academic community of Europe, the USA, Japan and other developed countries.