There’s another conference involving applied category theory at Chapman University!
• Quantum Physics and Logic 2019, June 9-14, 2019, Chapman University, Beckman Hall 404. Organized by Matthew Leifer, Lorenzo Catani, Justin Dressel, and Drew Moshier.
The QPL series started out being about quantum programming languages, but it later broadened its scope while keeping the same acronym. This conference series now covers quite a range of topics, including the category-theoretic study of physical systems. My students Kenny Courser, Jade Master and Joe Moeller will be speaking there, and I’ll talk about Kenny’s new work on structured cospans as a tool for studying open systems.
• John Baez (UC Riverside), Structured cospans.
• Anna Pappa (University College London), Classical computing via quantum means.
• Joel Wallman (University of Waterloo), TBA.
• Ana Belen Sainz (Perimeter Institute), Bell nonlocality: correlations from principles.
• Quanlong Wang (University of Oxford) and KangFeng Ng (Radboud University), Completeness of the ZX calculus.