Events

What is Real? A discussion with Barry Kerzin and Carlo Rovelli

  This online public discussion starts in   Title: What is real? Nagarjuna’s Middle Way. A discussion with Barry Kerzin and Carlo Rovelli.  Time and date: 29 of October 2021, 4pm CEST (10am EDT) How to join: Please register for the zoom session using this link https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_u6p9Fpi1SJ6A7z4aXRQs1Q . The registration confirmation email will contain the zoom link and password. Abstract: Two interlocutors with a common …

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Vienna Quantum Foundations, 2021 Sept. 7-10

Several members of the QISS collaboration will be participating to the Vienna Quantum Foundations Conference 2021, hosted by the University of Vienna and the Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information. Talks will be streamed online and recorded. For more information see https://vqf.iqoqi.oeaw.ac.at

[email protected], June 6-11 2022

The Quantum Information Structure of Spacetime (QISS) interdisciplinary initiative in Quantum Information and Quantum Gravity is announcing its first large conference, to be held at Western University, in London, Ontario, Canada, the week 6-11 June 2022. The main aim of the conference will be to foster dialogue between physics and philosophy. The conference will bring together …

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[email protected], August 23-27 2022

The QISS collaboration will meet in August 27-31, 2022, at the beautiful island of Lesbos for an extraordinary workshop organised at the Villa of Daphnes and Chloe, Votsala Hotel.  This event is particularly addressed to members of the QISS network, additional participants will also be considered. For more information check back again at this post

[email protected] Kong. January 13-17, 2019.

The launching workshop QISS HKU 2020 for the three year QISS project supported by the John Templeton Foundation was held at The University of Hong Kong, ​13-17 January 2020. Playlist of the videos of the talks from the workshop.  The official workshop webpage is here: www.cs.ox.ac.uk/QISS/