Monday, 14 February 
The break after each talk is for discussion 
9:00 

Registration 
9:45 

Opening Address 
9:55 
10:25 
H. Nishimori
(Tokyo Institute of Technology) 
Quantum annealing: To be adiabatic or not. That is the question. 
10:30 
10:50 
M. Ohzeki
(Kyoto University) 
Nonequilibrium work distribution in quantum annealing 
10:55 
11:15 
S. Suzuki
(Aoyama Gakuin University) 
Nonadiabatic quench dynamics near anisotropic quantum critical point 
11:20 
11:40 
Coffee Break 
11:40 
12:20 
P. Young
(Univ. of California, Santa Cruz) 
Efficiency of the Quantum Adiabatic Algorithm 
12:30 
12:50 
S. Morita
(The University of Tokyo) 
Conveyance of Quantum Particles by an Accelerating PotentialWell 
12:55 
14:00 
Lunch 
Restaurant Map (PDF file) 
14:00 
14:40 
I. Chiorescu
(Florida State University) 
Photon manipulation of spins and sensitive detection by onchip methods 
14:50 
15:20 
P. Billangeon
(NEC Green Innovation Research Lab.) 
Towards the implementation of a scalable coupling circuit for superconducting qubits 
15:25 
15:40 
Coffee Break 
15:40 
16:20 
A. Dewes
(CEA, Saclay) 
Characterization of a twotransmon iSWAP gate 
16:30 
17:00 
S. Saitoh
(NTT Basic Research Laboratories) 
Entanglement between Macroscopic Resonator and Microscopic Two Level System through a Flux Qubit 
17:05 
17:35 
S. Miyashita
(The University of Tokyo) 
Response spectrum of photonmediated interacting systems 
17:40 
18:00 
H. Obuse
(Kyoto University) 
Delocalized States and Topological Edge States of Quantum Walks in Random Environments 
Tuesday, 15 February 
9:00 
9:40 
P. Hänggi
(University of Augsburg) 
Hot quantum system meets cold one: The chronicle of mutual equilibration 
9:50 
10:10 
S. Masuda
(Tohoku University) 
Ideal manipulation of quantum states: Acceleration of quantum adiabatic dynamics 
10:15 
10:35 
M. Nakahara
(Kinki University) 
Unitary Quantum Error Correction 
10:40 
11:00 
Coffee Break 
11:00 
11:40 
H. De Raedt
(University of Groningen) 
Decoherence of Rabi oscillations in diluted paramagnets 
11:50 
12:10 
Y. Kayanuma
(Osaka Prefecture University) 
Dynamical Transparecy of Tunneling: an Inverse CDT? 
12:15 
12:35 
T. Oka
(The University of Tokyo) 
Strong Field Physics in a Strongly Correlated System 
12:40 
13:00 
K. Kudo
(Ochanomizu University) 
Theoretical Analysis of Super Bloch Oscillations 
13:05 
14:10 
Lunch 
Restaurant Map (PDF file) 
14:10 
14:40 
K. Ohmori
(Institute for Molecular Science) 
Ultrafast Fourier Transform with a FemtosecondLaserDriven Molecule 
14:45 
15:15 
K. Mishima
(The University of Tokyo) 
Quantum Computing and Entanglement Generation using Intramolecular Degrees of Freedom: Towards Cold Molecular Quantum Computation 
15:20 
15:40 
K. Saito
(The University of Tokyo) 
Additivity principle in highdimensional harmonic lattices 
15:45 
16:00 
Coffee Break 
16:00 
16:40 
K. Michielsen
(Jülich Supercomputing Center) 
Proposal for an interference experiment to test the applicability of quantum theory to eventbased processes 
16:50 
17:10 
S. Yamamoto
(Hokkaido University) 
Photomagnetism in a dicopper octacyanomolybdate 
17:15 
17:35 
M. Suzuki
(Tokyo University of Science) 
Irreversibility and Entropy Production in Transport Phenomena 
17:40 
19:00 
Poster Session 
See below for the authors and titles 
19:00 

Banquet 
The fee is about JPY2,000. 
Wednesday, 16 February 
9:00 
9:30 
S. Tarucha
(The University of Tokyo) 
Flying Charge Qubit using Dynamic Phase Control in a Coupled Quantum Wire 
9:35 
9:55 
A. Nishino
(Kanagawa Institute of Technology) 
Exact manyelectron scattering eigenstates in open quantum dot systems and their applications 
10:00 
10:30 
N. Hatano
(The University of Tokyo) 
Resonances of Open Quantum Systems 
10:35 
10:50 
Coffee Break 
10:50 
11:30 
V. Bouchiat
(CNRS, Grenoble) 
Quantum transport in metal doped graphene devices 
11:40 
12:10 
H. Nojiri
(IMR, Tohoku University) 
Spin Freezing in Keplerate Clusters 
12:15 
12:35 
K. Hijii
(The University of Tokyo) 
An additional SU(2) symmetry of the onedimensional spin1 BQ model with single ion anisotropy 
12:40 
13:00 
T. Sakai
(Japan Atomic Energy Agency) 
Quantum Spin Dynamics of the Kagome Lattice Antiferromagnets 
11:20 
13:20 
Lunch 
Restaurant Map (PDF file) 
14:00 
14:20 
H. Hayakawa
(Kyoto University) 
Fluctuation theorem and generalized GreenKubo formula for quantum dissipative systems 
14:25 
14:50 
B. Barbara
(Institute Néel, CNRS, Grenoble) 
"Driven decoherence" in different types of magnetic systems 
15:40 
15:50 
Closing 