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KMUTT-IF Winter School: Feynman path integration – A Long Road from Quantum Mechanics to String Theory
One of the few (and fun) times I got to speak about how to use a stochastic path integral for continuous quantum measurement. Here is the event organized by KMUTT in Thailand, a winter school, with enthusiastic high-school-to-graduate students. It was a fun lecture, telling the students how the path integral can be useful even when quantum measurements occur.
There is also a recorded video here (in Thai language): https://youtu.be/G9D7NF4yFwI?t=6388 (my lecture part starts from 1:46:30 til the end).
The 10th International Workshop on Solid-State Quantum Computing
Another invited talk at City University of Hong Kong. I was presenting the theory work on the qubit probe for random telegraph process noise. There were lots of interesting talks at this conference and it was free (virtual conference). It was also nice to meet other physics friends at least online.
Quantum Information and Measurement VI Topical Meeting (QIM), USA
1st – 5th November 2021
I was honoured to be invited as a speaker at the QIM conference! I gave a 25-min recorded talk on the Unifying theory, which was recently published in Physics Reports. The conference had to be 100% online, so it was a bit hard to meet new people and discuss science. But at least I got to say hi to Nathan Wiebe (another invited speaker in the same session) and some other grad students during the virtual coffee break.
Quantum Technology Research Initiative (QTRI-2021)
16th – 17th September 2021
It is my first time organizing an international (online) conference. We have invited speakers from all over the world to give talks about how quantum technology is interesting and important. It was quite a success, with more than 200 people registered and up to 130 joining the live Zoom meeting.
The event is recorded and the links to all the records will be updated in the QTRI’s website.
21st International Union of Materials Research Societies- International Conference in Asia (IUMRS-ICA 2020)
25th February 2021
Here is an invited talk at IUMRS-ICA conference (online) in Thailand. The conference is mainly related to material science, but I managed to fit in with this theoretical work on the quantum state tomography.
IBM-Qiskit: Quantum Information Science Seminar Series
13th November 2020
Thanks to the invitation from Zlatko C. Minev. I got an opportunity to give a talk at the Qiskit online seminar. This is the first time I talked about Sequential Monte Carlo (SMC) for quantum trajectories and MOAAAR technique developed for noise cancelling with spectator systems. The talk is uploaded on Youtube here https://youtu.be/WdstxmajWQw
EQuaLS2020 Expository Quantum Lecture Series
Organized by Institute for Mathematical Research (INSPEM), Universiti Putra Malaysia, International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) and Physics Department, Faculty of Science, UPM, I got to teach some basic of quantum measurement and decoherence to undergraduate/graduate students in Malaysia who were interested in learning more of the field. It was a nice experience getting to know younger generations in Malaysia with enthusiastic minds for research!
CQIQC, University of Toronto
Seminar and research “visit” at CQIQC, University of Toronto. Thanks to Prof. Aephraim Steinberg for the invitation. I also got to chat with students/postdocs during the “research visit” session. Quite an interesting scheme to motivate research ideas during the pandemic!
Weekly Quantum World Detangled (WQWD)
I was on an interview for the Weekly Quantum World Detangled (WQWD) organized by Denise Ruffner (Cambridge Quantum Computing), Andre Konig (Estrapadus) and Tommaso Federico Demarie (Entropica Labs). Thanks Tommaso for inviting me!
During the interview, I got digressed and missed answering one question. —- Our (Thai) National Flagship for Quantum Technology is a result of a huge collaboration effort from many well-known research groups in Thailand, from at least five universities all around the country. —- QTFT is just a part of the collaboration.
QTFT-RISE Quantum Technology workshop
On September 25th, 2019, RISE (www.riseaccel.com), in partnership with Quantum Technology Foundation of Thailand (QTFT), will host a one-of-a-kind quantum technologies summit in Bangkok, Thailand. (Possibly the biggest summit on Quantum Technologies in South East Asia)
World quantum experts from Google, Huawei, Baidu, Tencent, CQT, RQC, NTT, and more, will be presenting their state-of-the-art quantum technologies here in Bangkok, while discussing potentially disruptive impacts of this emerging technology.
I will be joining the speakers to introduce Quantum computing to the audience in Thailand via this webinar. (Jan 26th 2019) We will try to make the topic simple enough to understand.
Worth-a-read Research Articles
Quantum Machine Learning:
Quantum Boltzmann Machine: https://journals.aps.org/prx/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevX.8.021050
News and Articles
“Quantum internet: A vision for the road ahead”
Science 19 Oct 2018
“How many qubits are needed for quantum computational supremacy?”
“Quantum technology is beginning to come into its own”
“Serious quantum computers are finally here. What are we going to do with them?”
“Quantum Technology: The Second Quantum Revolution”
Jonathan P. Dowling, Gerard J. Milburn
“The quantum technologies roadmap: a European community view”
“Two decades of quantum information in Singapore”
“Quantum world association”