Poster size: A0 format (width: 841 mm x Height: 1189 mm) (Portrait).
Posters Presentation: We recommend the poster presenters to stand in front of their poster in order to enhance fruitful discussions
Posters Schedule: 

Session 1: POSTERS SET UP: May 23 (Tuesday) – before the first coffee break // POSTERS DISMANTLING: May 24 (Wednesday) – after the morning coffee break

Session 2: POSTERS SET UP: May 24 (Wednesday) – after the morning coffee break // POSTERS DISMANTLING: May 25 (Thursday) – after the morning coffee break. All posters should be removed within 1 hour after the coffee break. Any question, please contact organisers onsite

Other info: To each poster will be assigned a number. You will find double side tape in the registration desk to hang your poster.
Check the number assigned to your poster at the entrance of the exhibition and posters hall.
** We would like to inform that abstracts won't be listed in the QUANTUMatter 2023 booklet if the registration fee is not paid until Monday, May 08, 2023. **
POSTERS Session I (62)
24 Nico Ackerman (UAM, Spain)
Dynamical parity selection in superconducting weak links
25 Abhishek Agarwal (National Physical Laboratory, UK)
Modelling non-Markovian noise in driven superconducting qubits
14 Juan Rafael Alvarez Velasquez (C2N, France)
Administering an antidote to Schrödinger´s cat
26 Andreu Anglès Castillo (Universidad de Valencia, Spain)
Dynamical decoupling on a superconducting qubit with a microscopic fluctuator-induced noise model
15 Pierre Azam (Institute of Physics of Nice, France)
Quantum simulator with hot atomic vapors
27 Anirban Bhattacharjee (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India)
Towards on-demand, all-to-all connectivity in a superconducting qubit network using a ring resonator based coupler
1 Martin Bohmann (Quantum Technology Laboratories , Austria)
Advances in entanglement distribution from space
9 Maarten Bolhuis (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)
Mapping Strain in van der Waals Nanostructures with Nanoscale Resolution Using 4D STEM
28 Gaurav Bothara (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India)
Small scale quantum processor with Heavy-Fluxonium Qubit
10 Abel Brokkelkamp (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)
Edge-Induced Excitations in Bi2Te3 from Spatially-Resolved Electron Energy-Gain Spectroscopy
29 Giorgio Canalella (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
Cavity universal control with quantum gates: ECD and CNOD gates at comparison
30 Roberto Capecelatro (University of Naples "Federico II", Italy)
Tunable 0-pi Josephson devices with ferromagnetic insulator barrier: the role of spin orbit interaction and lattice impurities
31 Lorenzo Carosini (University of Vienna, Austria)
Programmable multi-photon quantum interference in a single spatial mode.
16 Daniel Carrasco (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain)
Temperature dependent Ga2O3 refractive index for nanowire-based thermometers
32 Gianluigi Catelani (Technology Innovation Institute, United Arab Emirates)
Quasiparticles in Superconducting Qubits with Asymmetric Junctions
33 Wei Pin Chua (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
Introducing flux-tunability in high-Q superconducting cavity devices
34 Alba Crescente (Università di Genova, Italy)
The power of photons: Cavity-mediated energy transfer between quantum devices
35 Gaia Da Prato (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)
Towards non-linear optomechanics with single erbium ions
36 Giovanni Di Bartolomeo (University of Trieste, Italy)
A novel approach to noisy gates for simulating quantum computers
37 Josu Etxezarreta Martinez (Tecnun-University of Navarra, Spain)
Multi-qubit time-varying quantum channels for NISQ-era superconducting quantum processors
38 Pablo Fernández (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain)
Homomorphic Encryption of the k=2 Bernstein-Vazirani Algorithm
39 Fernando Gago-Encinas (Freie Universitaet, Germany)
Controllability and Dimensional Expressivity: Two Sides of the Same Universal-Quantum-Computing Coin
40 Lluc Garcia-Gonzalo (IDEADED, Spain)
Highly Adiabatic Time-Optimal Quantum Driving at Low Energy Cost
41 Giulia Gemme (Università di Genova, Italy)
Qutrit quantum battery: sequential vs coherent charging
42 Niklas Glaser (Walther-Meißner-Institute, Germany)
Tunable-coupler mediated multi-qubit controlled-phase gates with superconducting qubits
2 Daniel Gómez Aguado (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)
Madrid QCI: a QKD network infrastructure
11 Hugo Gómez Torres (Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology , Spain)
Measurement of heat capacity in transition metal dichalcogenides by pulse heating technique
3 Vicente Gonzalez Bosca (CSIC, Spain)
Simulating realistic effects on MDI-QKD
43 Manuel Gundín Martínez (C2N (CNRS), France)
Measuring single spin noise with single detected photons.
44 Alonso Hernández Antón (CSIC - Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain)
Optimal control for error mitigation on molecular spin qudits
12 Jannis Hesssenauer (Karlsruhe Institute for Technology, Germany)
Rare earth ions in molecular crystals for quantum information application
45 Helio Huet (C2N, France)
Towards scalability of high-rate cluster state generation with a 3D-cavity-enhanced semiconductor quantum dot
46 Angel Ibabe Aviles (UAM, Spain)
Joule heating effects in superconducting InAs nanowire islands
4 Donika Imeri (Center for Optical Quantum Technologies, Germany)
Toward High Fidelity Quantum Networks - Silicon Vacancy Centers in Diamond
47 Deon Janse van Rensburg (Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands)
Rubidium Atoms in Tweezer Arrays for Hybrid Quantum Computing
17 Maksim Lednev (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM), Spain)
A Lindblad master equation capable of describing hybrid quantum systems in the ultra-strong coupling regime
18 Hochang Lee (The Affiliated Institute of ETRI, South Korea)
An Algorithm for Synthesizing Reversible Logic Circuit from Arbitrary Permutations
48 Sergio López Baños (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR), Germany)
Transmission expansion planning by quantum annealing
19 Miguel Ángel Martínez-García (Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain)
Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering from a molecular impurity model
49 Aitor Moreno Fdez. de Leceta (Ibermática, Spain)
Q4Real Project (Quantum Computing for Real Industries)
20 Javier Oliva del Moral (Universidad de Navarra, Spain)
Quantum Error Correction Codes with Spin-Qudits
Late 1 Pedro Orellana (Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile)
Bound states in the continuum and Majorana zero modes in a parallel double quantum dot: Ghost-Fano-Majorana effect
21 Adrian Parra-Rodriguez (CSIC, Spain)
Geometry and Faddeev-Jackiw quantization of electrical networks
5 Himanshu Patange (Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, France)
Towards quantum control of an ultracoherent mechanical resonator with a fluxonium qubit
22 Iivari Pietikäinen (Palacký University, Czech Republic)
Controlling ultra-high-quality microwave cavities using noisy auxiliary qubits
6 Armando Pinto (Instituto de Telecomunicações, Portugal)
Quantum Secure Multiparty Computation to Support Genomic Medicine
13 Ivan Pinto (ICN2, Spain)
Noise reduction in FFTs through machine learning algorithms for the study of Ge-based quantum computing devices
50 Jasper Postema (TU Eindhoven, The Netherlands)
Gravitational Wave Data Analysis on a Quantum Computer
23 Sungguen Ryu (Instituto de Física Interdisciplinar y Sistemas Complejos, Spain)
Periodically driven chiral engine beyond the Carnot limit
51 Kishor Vijay Salunkhe (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India)
Qubit readout with a non-linear cavity coupled to a transmon qubit via direct cross-Kerr coupling
52 Gopal Chandra Santra (Heidelberg University (Germany) and University of Trento (Italy), Germany)
Squeezing and Quantum Approximate Optimization
53 Robert Stárek (Palacký University, Czech Republic)
Measurement-device independent quantum tomography
7 Madison Sutula (Harvard University, USA)
Quantum networking with silicon-vacancy centers in diamond
54 Cristian Tabares (Institute of Fundamental Physics (IFF-CSIC), Spain)
Variational Waveguide-QED Simulators
55 Jose Eduardo Urunuela (University of Bonn, Institute of Applied Physics, Germany)
Rydberg quantum optics in ultracold Ytterbium gases
56 Rik van Herk (University of Technology Eindhoven, The Netherlands)
Hybrid quantum computing with ultracold strontium atoms
8 Margarida Vieira (Deimos Engenharia, Portugal)
DISCRETION: Disruptive SDN enabled by QKD for secure communications for European Defence
57 Michele Vischi (University of Trieste, Italy)
A novel approach to noisy gates for simulating quantum computers
58 Alejandro Vivas-Viaña (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and Condensed Matter Physics Center (IFIMAC), Spain)
Cavity-assisted generation of steady-state entanglement between non-identical quantum emitters
59 Florian Wallner (Walther-Meißner-Institut, Germany)
Fast High Fidelity Operation of Fluxonium Qubits
60 Jaap Wesdorp (Delft university of technology, The Netherlands)
Supercurrent-mediated coupling between two Andreev spin qubits: experimental data
61 Wenchao Xu (ETH Zurich, Institute for Quantumelectronics, Switzerland)
Dual-type Dual-element Atom Array for Quantum Computation and Simulation
POSTERS Session II (62)
70 Pedro Alcázar Guerrero (ICN2, Spain)
Corrugation driven spin relaxation in graphene
102 Sergio Ángel Ortega (Complutense University of Madrid, Spain)
Generalized quantum PageRank algorithm with arbitrary phase rotations
84 José Balduque Picazo (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain)
The minimal thermoelectric diode
85 Daniel Barragan (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
Assessing the potential of perfect screw dislocations in SiC for solid-state quantum technologies
111 Gianluca Bertaina (Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica (INRiM), Italy)
Analysis of spin-squeezing generation in cavity-coupled atomic ensembles with continuous measurements
62 Roberto Campos (Universidad Complutense Madrid, Spain)
QMS: Quantum Metropolis Solver
71 Ignacio Casal Iglesias (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain)
Half-integer Shapiro steps in the Al shell of hybrid InAs nanowires
103 Chong Hian Chee (Centre for Quantum Technologies, Singapore)
Efficient Preparation of Ansatz States on Near-Term Quantum Computers for Quantum Chemistry
117 Deung-Jang Choi (Centro de Física de Materiales (CSIC-UPV/EHU), Spain)
Towards Majorana bound states at the edges of spin chains on superconductors
63 Adrian Copetudo Espinosa (Centre for Quantum Technologies, Singapore)
Efficient State Estimation of Bosonic Modes with Quantum Machine Learning
72 Leonardo De Carlo (Luiss Guido Carli di Roma, Italy)
On magnetic models in wavefunction ensembles
118 Antonio de Marti i Olius (Tecnun - University of Navarra, Spain)
The Recursive MWPM decoder
104 Vanessa Dehn (Fraunhofer IAF, Germany)
Performance of QAOA for Portfolio Optimization
105 Pablo Díez-Valle (Instituto de Física Fundamental (IFF-CSIC), Spain)
Solving constrained optimization problems with multi-objective variational quantum algorithms
73 Oliver Dowinton (The University of Manchester, UK)
Magnetically Controllable Two-Dimensional Spin Transport in a Three-Dimensional Crystal
106 Gabriel Escrig (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain)
Parameter estimation of gravitational waves with a quantum metropolis algorithm
93 Hilario Espinós Martínez (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain)
Polarization transfer to external nuclear spins using nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond and surface electron reporter spins
94 Diego Fernández de la Pradilla Viso (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain)
Vacuum-field-induced state mixings
86 David Fernández-Fernández (Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid (ICMM-CSIC), Spain)
Long-range transfer of hole spin qubits with shortcut-to-adiabaticity methods
95 Claudia Galantini (TU/e, The Netherlands)
Sensing interactions in atomic quantum systems
112 Daniel García Pina (Donostia International Physics Center, Spain)
Understanding Localized Spins in Boron-Doped Nanoribbons: Simulating Two Impurities Kondo Effect
113 Giorgos Giavaras (CSIC, Spain)
Supercurrents in full-shell nanowire Josephson junctions
64 Sara Giordano (Universidad Complutense de Madrid , Spain)
Reinforcement Learning Generation of 4-Qubits Entangled States
87 Francesco Giorgino (University of Vienna, Austria)
Multi-photon emission from a resonantly pumped quantum dot
119 Lin Han (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)
Charge tunneling events within hybridized triple quantum dots
74 Zahra Khatibi (Trinity College Dublin , Ireland)
Proximity effects in graphene on alloyed transition metal dichalcogenides
96 Daniel Kun (University of Vienna, Austria)
Direct Detection of Quantum Superposition at a Distance
100 Gonzalo Martín Vázquez (University of Oulu, Finland)
Diagnosing measurement-induced phase transitions without trajectory post-selection through predetermined measurements
114 Jorge Martinez Romeral (ICN2, Spain)
Resilient intraparticle entanglement in graphene
75 Mickey Martini (IFW-Dresden, Germany)
Twisted cuprate van der Waals heterostructures with controlled Josephson coupling
88 Francisco Jesús Matute-Cañadas (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain)
Local parity flipping Andreev transitions
76 Phillip Mercebach (UAM, Spain)
Thermal diode effect on the surface of three-dimensional topological insulators
77 Siddhant Midha (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India)
Are symmetry protected topological states immune to dephasing?
78 Gabriel Moraes Oliveira (Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain)
Premature switching currents of the superconducting Al shell in hybrid InAs-Al nanowires
101 Alberto Muñoz de las Heras (Instituto de Física Fundamental IFF (CSIC), Spain)
New avenues for quantum optical simulators
89 Giang N. Nguyen (University of Basel, Switzerland)
Enhanced Spin Coherence in an Optically-Active GaAs Quantum Dot
65 Pablo Páez Velasco (ICMAT / UCM, Spain)
Towards polynomial convergence for Variational Quantum Algorithms using Langevin Dynamics
97 Ivan Panadero (Arquimea Reseach Center - Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain)
Photon counting statistics in nitrogen vacancy centres
115 Carlos Payá Herrero (ICMM, Spain)
Theory of Caroli-de Gennes-Matricon analogs in full-shell hybrid nanowires
107 José Luis Perán Fernández (VASS, Spain)
Revolutionizing Problem-Solving: The Power of Distributed Quantum Simulation
108 Adrián Pérez-Salinas (Leiden University, The Netherlands)
Reduce-and-chop: Shallow circuits for deeper problems
120 Daniel Michel Pino González (Materials Science Institute of Madrid (ICMM-CSIC), Spain)
Minimal Kitaev-transmon qubit based on double quantum dots
109 Georgia Prokopiou (Quantinuum, UK)
Improved implementation of the Quantum Self-Consistent Equation-of-Motion (Q-SC-EOM) method in INQUANTO
79 Prashant Ramesh (C2N, France)
Origin of the heavy-hole in-plane g-factor in individual annealed InGaAs/GaAs quantum dots
66 Sebastián Roca-Jerat (Instituto de Nanociencia y Materiales de Aragón (INMA - CSIC), Spain)
Quantum machine learning algorithms and its implementation in molecular qudits
121 Áron Rozgonyi (Wigner Research Centre for Physics, Hungary)
Break-even point of the quantum repetition code
90 Rafael Sánchez (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain)
Nonlocal heat engines with hybrid quantum dot systems
80 Daniel Sanchez Portal (Centro de Fisica de Materiales CSIC-UPV/EHU, Spain)
Haiku graphene nanoribbons with tunable topology: emergence of localized magnetic moments
116 Ignacio Sardinero Sanchez (IFIMAC, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain)
Topological superconductivity in a Josephson junction mediated by magnetic domains
98 Rebecca Schmieg (Quantop - NBI - UCPH, Denmark)
Quantum-enhanced magnetic induction tomography
122 Llorenç Serra (IFISC, Spain)
Majorana modes and gauge invariance of NSN junctions of magnetic topological insulators
81 Rodrigo Soto Garrido (Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Chile)
Optical conductivity in the paramagnetic phases of rhombohedral trilayer graphene 
91 Gorm Ole Steffensen (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain)
Theory of heat transport in dirty Superconductors -Joule Spectroscopy of InAs-Al devices-
82 Alexander Stramma (University of Cambridge, UK)
Optical Polarization of Nuclear Spins via the negatively charged Tin-Vacancy Center in Diamond
83 Bilal Tanatar (Bilkent University, Turkey)
Enhanced optical absorption in heterostructures formed by CdO and SnC monolayers
67 Patrycja Tulewicz (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland)
Synergic generative quantum machine learning
123 David van Driel (QuTech/Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)
Charge Sensing an Andreev Molecule
68 Dominik Vasinka (Palacky University Olomouc, Czech Republic)
Bidirectional Quantum Control
110 Mara Vizzuso (Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy)
Counterdiabatic Corrections to the Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm
99 Yihua Wang (Technische Universität Dortmund, Germany)
Enhancing Spatial Sensitivity of Multiple NV Centers in Diamonds Using Rabi Oscillation
92 Jian Zhang (Empa, Switzerland)
Atomically precise graphene nanoribbons for quantum electronics
69 Danilo Zia (Sapienza - università di Roma, Italy)
Optimization of the Experimental Generation and Measurement of High Dimensional Light States
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