SIQS, EC 7th Framework Programme, 2015/8 – 2016/8
TEMPLETON 43174, The John Templeton Foundation, 2013/9 – 2016/8
OSYRIS, ERC Advanced Grant, 2014/1 – 2016/8
SGR 874, Catalan AGAUR, 2014/9 – 2016/8
FOQUS, FIS2013-46768-P, Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, 2014/5 – 2016/8
TOQATA, FIS2008-00784, Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, 2012/10 – 2014/4
DIQIP, CHIST-ERA, EC 7th Framework Programme, 2012/4 – 2015/4
QUAGATUA, ERC Advanced Grant, 2011/9 - 2013/12
(Invited talk) Machine Learning for Quantum Many-body Physics workshop; Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems; Dresden, Germany. 25th - 29th June 2018 (25')
11th Italian Quantum Information Science conference - IQIS 2018; Catania, Italy. 17th - 20th September 2018 (30')
(Invited talk) Quantum Technologies IX; Hel, Poland. 11th - 16th September 2018 (20')
(Invited talk, cancelled) Quantum Technologies VIII, joined with the Cracow School of Theoretical Physics, LVII Course, 2017: Entanglement and Dynamics; Zakopane, Poland. 13th - 21st June 2017 (20')
Quantum Optics IX; Gdańsk, Poland. 18th - 23rd September 2017 (20')
(Invited talk) ICTP - Advanced School and Workshop on Quantum Science and Quantum Technologies; Trieste, Italy. 4th - 15th September 2017 (30')
QIP 2017; Seattle, Washington, USA. 14th - 20th January 2017 (30')
(Invited talk) Young Scientists’ Forum on Theoretical Physics and Interdisciplinary Studies, Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics China, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Beijing, China. 12th - 14th January 2017 (45')
(Invited talk) Quantum Technologies VII; Warsaw, Poland. 20th - 25th September 2016 (20')
Half day meeting on Cold Atoms in the BCN region 2015; Barcelona, Spain. 30th January 2015 (20'). Joint talk with Tobias Graß.
ICE-1 Información Cuántica en España; Zaragoza, Spain. 25th - 27th June 2014 (20')
DIQIP-QAlgo Joint Meeting; Brussels, Belgium. 13th - 16th May 2014 (50')
Central European Workshop on Quantum Optics CEWQO 2013; Stockholm, Sweden. 16th - 20th June 2013 (20')
Quantum Physics: From Fundamental Questions to Applications, ICFO-MPQ Joint Meeting; ICFO, Castelldefels, Barcelona. 22nd - 24th May 2013 (30')
Quantum Information and Quantum Phenomena, ICFO-UAB-UB Joint Meeting in the Pyrénées (coorganizer); Espot, Lleida. 18th-20th February 2013 (45')
DIQIP-QCS Joint Meeting; ICFO, Castelldefels, Barcelona. 12th-14th June 2012 (15')
(Invited talk) Quantum Technologies V; Kraków, Poland. 7th - 13th September 2014 (20')
Several visits to ICFO for the supervision of Ph.D. student and various collaborations.
4th Seefeld workshop on Quantum Information; Seefeld in Tirol, Austria. 1st – 6th July 2018
QIP 2018; Deflt, Netherlands. 13th - 19th January 2018
Max Planck Harvard Research Center for Quantum Optics Inauguration Ceremony; Institute for Advanced Study, Garching bei München, Germany. 11th - 12th January 2018
Quantum Optics IX; Gadńsk, Poland. 18th - 23rd September 2017
2nd Seefeld workshop on Quantum Information; Seefeld in Tirol, Austria. 29th June – 4th July 2014
Quantum Contextuality, Non-Locality, and the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics 554 WE Heraeus Seminar; Bad Honnef, Germany. 17th–19th February 2014
QIP 2014; Barcelona. 3rd-7th February 2014
ICFO CLP Day 2013; ICFO, Castelldefels, Barcelona. 22nd November 2013
Central European Workshop on Quantum Optics CEWQO 2013; Stockholm, Sweden. 16th - 20th June 2013
QIP 2013; Beijing, China. 21st - 25th January 2013
Seefeld Quantum Information Workshop 2012; Seefeld in Tirol, Austria. 1st - 6th July 2012
Central European Quantum Information Processing Workshop CEQIP 2012; Smolenice, Slovakia. 7th - 10th June 2012
Interdisciplinary: Physiology/Medicine, Physics, Chemistry
A record number of 70 laureates and 672 young scientists from 89 countries participated in the 65th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.
In 1950, as Europe was emerging from the devastation of WWII, an important initiative took root in Lindau, Germany. The first Lindau Conference organizers sent out invitations to the winners of the highest international science awards to meet for a 3-4 day congress to offer European scientists knowledge of the present state of science from the mouths of its most qualified representatives. Today the Lindau Meetings and the underlying idea of creating a platform to facilitate encounters between Nobel Laureates and the world's best young scientists enjoy widespread support.
This summer, from the 28th of June through the 3rd of July, 70 Nobel Laureates and 672 young researchers are expected to participate in the 65th Lindau Nobel Laureate Interdisciplinary Meeting. Due to the prestige of the meeting and the profile of the speakers, only approximately 50% of candidates for attendance, all nominated by the academic partner institutions, are finally granted an invitation.
ICREA (the Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies), one of the Academic partners of the Lindau meetings, put forth a list of 6 nominees from research groups led by ICREA professors to attend this summer’s event. Remarkably, five of the six candidates, including ICFO PhD student Jordi Tura from the Quantum Optics Theory group led by ICREA Professor Maciej Lewenstein, were selected to attend.
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Symposium in honor of the landmark birthdays of Roy Glauber and Maciej Lewenstein
1st prize on the Most random guy in the conference competition
Award given by Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC) to the best theses defended during the 2014-1015 academic year in any of the UPC's doctoral programmes and were awarded the cum laude distinctionare.
Internationally top-ranked research institutes select their best thesis annually for publication in this series. Nominated and endorsed by two recognized specialists, each thesis is chosen for its scientific excellence and impact on research.
Among more than 15 thesis defended by ICFO PhD Students in 2015, the Committee had an in depth deliberation to select the PhD Thesis Awards, which were created in order to distinguish particularly brilliant PhD theses presented at ICFO. With this award, ICFO wishes to highlight and reward extraordinary PhD students whose research progress at the Institute has proven to be highly creative and ambitious.
On October 25, 2013, the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft received the Prince of Asturias Award in recognition of its international cooperation. The Max-Planck-Gesellschaft doubled the €50,000 prize money from its own funds and established a grant programme to fund research residencies for outstanding doctoral students and postdocs from Spain at a Max Planck Institute.
A Caixa Manresa grant was awarded by Caixa Manresa to all students in Catalonia who obtained a mark of 8,75 or higher in the June sitting of the university entrance exams (PAU).
CIRIT award for the high school research project Virtual Building Evacuation Simulator, supervised by Xavier Amargant and co-supervised by Dr. Xavier Cufí and Dr. Jordi Regincós. This prize is awarded to the considered 70 best projects in Catalonia.
Because of this, it was also invited to participate in Expo-Science 2006, a european-scope exhibition, held in Tarragona. 16th July 2006 - 23rd July 2006.
The project consisted in creating an entertainment application for mobile and PC, using the API provided by Ericsson. The user was supposed to present challenges to his/her friends, which should try to pass them while presenting graphical/location/audio proofs. Their success/failure would determine their position in a global reputation ranking.
Further Mathematical Models of Physics, Commutative Algebra, Cryptography, Discrete and Computational Geometry, Coding Theory, Combinatorics, Algebraic Topology, Functional Analysis, Differential Equations 2, Differential Geometry 2, Abstract Algebra, Master's Thesis.
Linear Algebra, Calculus, Circuits and Electronic Systems I, Physics I, Introduction to Computer Systems, Vector Analysis, Circuits and Electronic Systems II, Differential Equations, Physics II, Electronics Laboratory I, Circuit Theory, Statistical Inference, Computer Architecture and Operating Systems I, Circuits and Electronic Systems III, Economics, Mathematics for Telecommunication, Probability and Stochastic Processes, Signals and Systems I, Electromagnetic Fields, Circuits and Electronic Systems IV, Communications I, Electronics Laboratory II, Signals and Systems II, Network Architecture, Communications II, Communications Laboratory I, Telematics Laboratory I, Radiation and Guided Waves, Abstract Algebra, Functional Analysis, Circuit Design and Electronic Systems, Emitters and Receivers, Quantum Physics, Differential Geometry 2, Telematics Laboratory II, Business Administration, Signal Processing, Data Transmission, Neural Networks, Antennas, Computer Architecture and Operating Systems II, Optical Communications, Electronic Instrumentation, Communications Laboratory II, Communications Laboratory III, Communications Laboratory IV, Telematics Laboratory III, Microwaves, Final Thesis I, Concurrent Programming, Radio Communications, Telecommunication Systems, Communication Networks Systems and Services, Numerical Methods 1, Numerical Methods 2, Complex Analysis, Numerical Methods 3, Differential Equations 2, Programming Challenges, Final Thesis II.
Linear Algebra, Calculus 1, Computer Science 1, Calculus 2, Algebraic Computation, Physics, Computer Science 2, Calculus 3, Geometry, Numerical Methods 1, Probability and Statistics, Real Analysis, Statistical Inference, Operations Research, Topology, Differential Equations 1, Differential Geometry 1, Numerical Methods 2, Differential Equations 2, Differential Geometry 2, Mathematical Models of Physics, Numerical Methods 3, Abstract Algebra, Complex Analysis, Algebraic Topology, Introduction to Mathematics for Engineering, Signals and Systems 1, Communications 1, Signals and Systems 2, Radiation and Guided Waves, Signal Processing, Emitters and Receivers, Discrete and Computational Geometry, Optical Communications, Further Mathematical Models of Physics, Cryptography, Coding Theory, Physics 2, Economics, Network Architecture, Antennas, Computer Architecture and Operating Systems 2, Programming Challenges.
Teaching assistant of the course Mathematics 3 (Numerical Methods) from the Industrial Engineering Degree. Supervised by Dr. F. Pozo and Dr. Y. Vidal. Preparation of automated test exams using Wiris-Moodle. Report of the results presented in poster format at the XIX-CUIEET (XIXth Universitary Congress on the Educative Innovation of Technical Teachings), Barcelona. 6th-8th July 2011.
He defended his thesis Exploring quantum many-body systems from an entanglement and nonlocality perspective on the 16th of July 2020, obtaining the highest possible mark, Excellent Cum Laude.
She defended her thesis Exploring the interplay between entanglement and nonlocality: A novel perspective on the Peres conjecture on the 27th of July 2017.
I have also been a mentor of the following summer students:
S. Capdevila, Classical cryptography and Quantum algorithms. MPQ, 2019/9
M. Hernández. MPQ, 2018/7 - 2018/8
P. Matarrodona. Laser Light and Random Walks course. ICFO, 2015/7 - 2015/8
I served on the Ph.D. Thesis Committee of Dr. Adrián Pérez-Salinas. He defended his Thesis Algorithmic Strategies for seizing Quantum Computing on the 17th Dec 2021.Thesis committee: Prof. Dr. Juan José García-Ripoll (President), Prof. Dr. Leandro Aolita (Vocal), Dr. Jordi Tura (Secretary). Substitute members: Prof. Dr. Ramon Muñoz Tapia.
I was substitute member of the Ph.D. Thesis Committee of Dr. Elsa Passaro. She defended her Thesis Impact of Imperfections on Correlation-Based Quantum Information Protocols on the 30th May 2016.Thesis committee: Prof. Dr. Anna Sanpera (President), Prof. Dr. Gerardo Adesso (Vocal), Prof. Dr. Maciej Lewenstein (Secretary). Substitute members: Dr. Jordi Tura.
Implementation of Q-ANNTENNA (Quantum Artificial Neural Networks with TENsor Network Algorithms) project
The program aims at offering top-class researchers the opportunity to join ambitious ICFO-MPQ collaborative projects at the forefront of science and technology.
I did the two years before University in the Technology specialty, at IES Montsoriu, Arbúcies, (Girona). My final grade was 10.0/10.0 with Honors.
I did all courses of compulsory Primary and High School at Col·legi Sant Josep, Sant Hilari Sacalm, (Girona), where I graduated with Honors.