## Monday, 17 July

- Caslav Bruckner
*Quantum Reference Frames* - Magdalena Zych
*Relativity of quantum superpositions in the context of superpositions of gravitational sources* - Joshua Foo
*Quantum superpositions of Miknowski spacetime in theory and in the lab* - Jose de Ramon Rivera
*Field-particle duality and time-energy uncertainty in measurements of quantum fields* - Alessandro Pesci
*Classical vs quantum emission of gravitational radiation in the recombination of a delocalized particle* - Eduardo Martin-Martinez
*Classical vs Quantum theories: when do quantum effects matter in gravity and quantum information?* - Jorma Louko
*Black Hole Information* - Fabio Scardigli
*Bekenstein bound and uncertainty relations* - Sebastian Murk
*Nomen non est omen: why it is too soon to identify ultra-compact objects as black holes* - Joseph Schindler
*Unitarity and the information problem in an explicit model of black hole evaporation* - Kfir Dolev
*Holography as a resource for non-local quantum computation* - Jinzhao Wang
*Some information-theoretic fine prints on the Bekenstein bound* - Jonathan Oppenheim
*A covariant theory of quantum fields back-reacting on classical space-time* - Flavio del Santo
*The relativity of indeterminacy* - Akira Matsumura
*Reduced dynamics with Poincare symmetry in an open quantum system*

## Tuesday, 18 July

- Marios Christodoulou
*Quantum Gravity in the Lab* - Ohkyung Kwon
*Foundational Tests of Quantum Gravity with Single Photon Detection Interferometry* - Vasileios Fragkos
*On the inference of quantisation from gravity induced entanglement* - Michalis Lagouvardos
*Gravitational Decoherence* - Hudson Loughlin
*A 40km Fiber Interferometer to Probe the Interaction of Quantum Light and Gravity* - Alessio Belenchia
*Testing the foundations of quantum physics with large particles in space* - Uwe Fischer
*Impact of trans-Planckian excitations on black-hole radiation in dipolar condensates* - Chryssomalis Chryssomalakos
*Toponomic Quantum Computation* - Ryszard Kostecki
*Quantum Schwarzschild space-time* - Koji Yamaguchi
*Improving the efficiently of transmitting quantum information by utilizing correlated quantum fluctuations* - Yasaman Yazdi
*Entanglement Entropy from Spacetime Two-Point Correlation Functions* - Achim Kempf
*Emergence of Spacetime from Fluctuations* - Marko Vojinovic
*Operational verification of the existence of spacetime*

## Wednesday, 19 July

- Bei-Lok Hu
*Relativistic Quantum Information from Field Theory* - Daniel Terno
*What can the information loss problem tell us about black holes?* - Tales Rick Perche
*Particle detectors from quantum fields* - Nicholas Funai
*Covariant bandlimitation and sampling for QFT* - Richard Lopp
*Dimensional Reduction in Quantum Optics* - Shih-Yuin Lin
*Quantum coherence of relativistic wavepackets moving in electromagnetic vacuum* - Robert Mann
*Quantum Superpositions of Black Holes* - David Kubiznak
*Quantum imprints of gravitational shockwaves* - Daniele Colosi
*Excitation of an Unruh-DeWitt detector by quantum evanescent waves* - Mohamemd Alkhateeb
*Space-time resolved quantum field approach to Klein tunneling dynamics of fermions and bosons* - Hal Haggard
*Quantum Tetrahedra and Relativistic Information* - Alessio Lapponi
*Relativistic quantum communication between harmonic oscillator detectors* - Carolyn Wood
*Quantum particle detector models* - Bruno Torres
*A general framework for Gaussian complexity geometry* - Jose Polo-Gomez
*Unruh effect through machine learning*

## Thursday, 20 July

- Esteban Castro Ruiz
*Quantum Causal Orders* - Christina Giamartzi
*Full characterisation of quantum non-Markovian processes* - Natalia Salome-Moller
*The quantum switch in flat, curved and quantum spacetimes* - Veronika Baumann
*Different perspectives in (non)-causal quantum processes* - Nicola Pinzani
*The Topology and Geometry of Causality* - Venkatesh Vilasini
*Quantum information-theoretic causal structures and their compatibility with spatio-temporal causality* - Robert Oeckl
*Towards a local and compositional notion of measurement in Quantum Field Theory* - Demosthenes Ellinas
*Superposition of topologies via indefinitely ordered composition of quantum channels* - Anne-Catherine de la Hamette
*Quantum diffeomorphisms cannot make indefinite causal order definite* - Adamantia Zampeli
*Composition of observables in the general boundary quantum field theory* - Claudio Paganini
*The Causal Compatibility Conjecture and its implication on time travel* - Fabio Costa

A de Finetti representation for quantum causal structures - Eleftherios Tselentis
*Admissible Causal Structures and Correlations* - Fil Simovic
*Black Hole Thermodynamics: Lessons in Unitarity, Information, and Quantum Gravity*

## Friday, 21 July

- Albert Roura
*Long-baseline quantum optics experiments in space* - Daniel Braun
*Quantum metrology and the measurement of small gravitational effects* - Maxime Jacquet
*Black hole experiments with polaritons* - Andrey Moskalenko
*Finite-time Unruh effect in a nonlinear-optical system: diamond temperature and transition to the Unruh-temperature regime* - Cisco Gooding
*Vacuum Entanglement Probes for Ultra-cold Atom Systems* - Cameron Bunney
*Circular motion analogue Unruh effect in a 2+1 thermal bath* - Kazuhiro Yamamoto
*Two-mode theory of suspended mirror coupled cavity light: Wiener filter analysis*