Quantum Days Poster Session

 

Quantum Days 2022 is hosting a virtual poster session to showcase excellence in quantum science and technology. View the latest quantum research and learn about the latest breakthroughs in this emerging field. The poster session also provides researchers with an inclusive opportunity to build connections with established experts, discuss their research, and be connected to important programs and funding opportunities for quantum science and technology.

 

Presenting a poster is open to all participants and the poster competition is open to undergraduate and graduate students. Poster session participants will be live each day after the keynote speakers on all three days. Virtual posters can be submitted in three different formats (.pdf, .jpg, .png).


 

Congratulations to the 2022 winners!

Thank you to all who participated.

 

TOP POSTERS

 

Logan Cooke, University of Alberta
Holonomic Quantum Computing in Ultracold Neutral Atoms via Floquet Engineering

 

Benjamin MacLellan, University of Waterloo
Stable fiber interferometers for time-domain quantum photonics

 


 

RUNNER-UPS

 

Élie Genois, Université de Sherbrooke
Realistic simulation of the first 17-qubit surface code experiment

 

Edith Yeung, University of Ottawa
Evanescently Coupled Single Photon Source in Nanowire to SiN Waveguides

 

Mahkame Salimi Moghadam, University of Calgary
Two-Qutrit Entanglement Detection via Neural Networks

 

Mayte Li Gomez, University of Calgary
Artifact Removal in Quantum Optical Coherence Tomography

 


 

HONOURABLE MENTIONS

 

Cissy Suen, UBC
Angle-Resolved Photoemission (ARPES) on the Current-Induced Metallic State of Ca2RuO4

 

Nicholas Anto-Sztrikacs, University of Toronto
Strong Coupling Effects in Quantum Thermodynamics

 

Matthew Gerry, University of Toronto
Bounds on Fluctuations in Quantum Thermal Machines

 

Pramodh Senarath Yapa, University of Alberta
Triangular Pair Density Wave in Confined Superfluid Helium-3

 

Sydney Dufresne, UBC
Unveiling the Underlying Interactions in Ta2NiSe5 from Photo-Induced Lifetime Change

 


 

TOP UNDERGRADUATE POSTER

 

Karabee Batta, University of Calgary
Establishing inter-continental QKD links using a LEO satellite

RECORD VIDEO

UPLOAD PDFs

UPLOAD PHOTOS TO HIGHLIGHT YOUR WORK

LIVE PRESENTATION

STUDENT COMPETITION DETAILS

Students who present a poster may participate in a poster competition.
The following prizes will be awarded:

TOP POSTERS
x2
$1000

RUNNER-UPS
x4
$500

HONOURABLE MENTIONS x5
$200

UNDERGRADUATE PRIZES
Up to $1000

The panel of judges will assess the quality of the poster and presentation. In the first round, only the poster itself will be considered. In the second round, judges will attend a live presentation.


Prizes for undergraduate and graduate students will be awarded on the third day (February 10
th) of the program before the last poster session. 

Thanks to our Poster Session Sponsor

POSTER SESSION COMMITTEE

COMMITTEE CHAIR

Karl-Peter Marzlin, St Francis Xavier University

 

JUDGES

Brynle Barrett, University of New Brunswick
Shabir Barzanjeh, University of Calgary
Alvaro Ballon Bordo, Xanadu
Kristine Boone, Keysight Technologies
Fabio Boschini, Institut national de la recherche scientifique
Agata Branczyk, IBM Quantum
Stephanie H. Curnoe, Memorial University
Alan Jamison, University of Waterloo
Meenu Kumari, Perimeter Institute
Yongchao Tang, 1Qbit

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