Unmasked - Open Quantum Systems in the Golan

9 May, 2021

Unmasked - Open Quantum Systems in the Golan

9 - 11 May 2021

Download Program: Click here

List of Participants: Click here

Website of the Hotel in Marom Golan: Click here

Drawing of Alice and Bob by Reuth Baer, High School Near the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 10th Grade 

Synopsis: Quantum science and technology are in the limelight. Efforts range from quantum computing and simulations to sensing. All quantum platforms are susceptible to interaction with the environment. Addressing this interaction using the discipline of open quantum systems is therefore a central paradigm. Scientific activity quantum science is proliferating all over the world. The global pandemic has halted much of the international collaboration. To bootstrap our efforts in Israel we organized this meeting on a very short notice. We are happy to have representatives from many research groups and institutions. We chose the subject of open quantum systems as a focal point to merge experimental and theoretical groups. Our aim is to get reacquainted on a personal level with emphasis on informal discussions.

Organizing comittee:

Raam Uzdin, Hebrew University
Ronnie Kosloff, Hebrew University
Amikam Levy, Bar-Ilan
Saar Rahav, Technion
Ofer Firstenberg, Weizmann Inst. of Science

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Ronnie Kosloff
Raam Uzdin
Nir Bar-Gill

Bar-Ilan University

Amikam Levy
Emanuele Della Torre
Avi Peer


Saar Rahav
Uri peskin
Yoav Sagi

Tel Aviv University

Guy Cohen
Moshe Goldstein

Weizmann Institute of Science

Gershon Kurizki
Ephraim Shahmoon
Ofer Firstenberg








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