Category Archives: Conferences

Quantum characterization and control of quantum complex systems (#171 Lake Como School of Advanced Studies)

We are pleased to announce the #171 Lake Como School of Advanced Studies “Quantum Characterization and Control of Quantum Complex Systems”.

When: September 19-23, 2022
Where: Villa del GrumelloComo, which is set in a park over Como lake
Application deadline: June 5, 2022

Prof. Christiane Koch, (Freie University of Berlin, DE) “Introduction to Quantum Control”
Prof. Sabrina Maniscalco , (University of Helsinki, FI) TBA
Prof. Klaus Mølmer , (Aarhus University, DK) TBA
Prof. Pierre Rouchon, (Mines Paris Tech, FR) “Quantum Stochastic Master Equation in Discrete and Continuous Time”
Prof. Alessio Serafini, (UCL, London, UK) “The limits of coherent feedback control”
Prof. Roberta Zambrini, (IFISC Mallorca, ES) “Quantum complex systems for machine learning”

For more information, further updates and applications visit .

1st QuProCS meeting in Milan 8-10 March 2016

The first meeting of the EU consortium QuProCS will take place in Milan from 8 to 10 March 2016 at Sala Napoleonica, via S. Antonio 12, Milan. You can find the (draft) program here.

The venue is in the city centre and is a short walk from the Duomo (metro lines M1 and M3) and the Metro station Missori (line M3).

Some useful links:

Public city transport in Milan

From Malpensa Airport (MXP): Train to Milano Cadorna and then metro line M1 to Duomo or trainBus1 or Bus2 to Milano Centrale and then M3 to Duomo.

From Linate Airport (LIN)Bus to Piazza San Babila (digit 73 to search the route).

From Bergamo Orio Al Serio Airport (BGY): Bus to Milano Centrale and then M3 to Duomo.

See the maps below for details. Milan local transport is also well documented on Google Maps (including timetables).

Map of conference site and directions for the venue (click on the image to enlarge):

Directions to QuProCS-Meeting


Map of the conference site and some hotels


1st AQM meeting @ Modena

Modena, 23 – 25 June 2015


A focused workshop devoted to the synthesis and the characterization of quantum states, measurements and operations for the development of novel quantum technologies in open quantum systems will take place in Modena from 23 to 25 June 2015.

The workshop will represent the kick-off meeting for the newly established Quantum Technology Lab (QTL) of UniMI, a novel research center aimed at developing new solutions to problems in fundamental and applied science by using new tools based on quantum physics and quantum technologies and by building-up core competences for the wider exploitation of quantum science and technologies in mainstream engineering.

The workshop is organized by M. G. A. Paris thanks to the support of EU through the Collaborative Projects QuProCS (Grant Agreement 641277) and UniMI through the H2020 Transition Grant 14-6-3008000-625.

Program of the workshop (PDF)