Baba Farid Group of Institutions (BFGI), incepted in the year 1994 runs under the aegis of Baba Farid Vidyak
Society, is one of the prominent education hubs in India. Founded, led and managed by a reputed educationist
northern region, Dr. Gurmeet Singh Dhaliwal (Gyan Jyoti Awardee), this institution is delivering the
excellence with complete panache. Being the Leading Educational Institute of the Region, it is a preferred
destination of Indian and international learners to attain their career goals. At BFGI, we guide, consult,
and prepare the students for ultimate success by inculcating knowledge, perfection, passion, and
professionalism. We combine the academic foundations with the employee ready skills. Here you will receive
best of both worlds: a deep, well-rounded education and the applied real-world skills necessary to achieve
academic and career success.
With the constant barrage of new advancements in the Technological sector, as an Educational Institution we
Redefined ourselves by providing the practical platforms to our students with an aim to promote Research
Development, Employability, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship. It is an honour for us to be associated
some of the greatest multinational companies – which includes Microsoft, Oracle, SAP, HP, HCL, Nokia and
more. We are the only institute in the region to be associated with almost all the major industrial bodies
our nation like FICCI, CII, NSDC, ASSOCHAM, PHD Chamber of commerce, AIMA, NASSCOM etc. Since the inception
BFGI, we have been constantly striving hard to get Excellence and laurels in Academics, Sports & amp;
Activities. Till now every passing year has added a feather in our cap in the shape of bagging Merit
secured at State / University level by our students. Apart from Academics, our students have been successful
winning the Overall University Championship Trophies in highly competitive Youth Festivals and Sports Events
organized at State/University levels.
About Baba Farid College
Baba Farid College as one of the pioneer institutes of Punjab (Malwa region) has emerged as a leading
institution of North India. The college is aﬃliated with Punjabi University Patiala and running under Baba
Farid Vidayak Society which was founded in 1993 under the visionary patronage of prominent educationists.
The college is well known for its outstanding achievements such as 100% results and meritorious positions in
various examinations conducted by university. In the academic curriculum special emphasis is laid on
research and innovation. Baba Farid College aims at all-around development and a class grooming of students
to enable them to face the challenges of modern globalized markets. Started from a scratch the college is
continuously developing in a planned and systematic way under the able guidance of its Managing Director Dr.
Gurmeet Singh Dhaliwal (Bharat Jyoti Awardee) with a missionary zeal, societal commitment, imaginative
vision, the spirit of sacriﬁce, and service to the cause of education. The management is honored to have
prominent and committed outstanding educationists on its Board of Directors. Some of them are noted NRIs
from the U.K, U.S.A, and Canada. Guided by such prominent educationists from across the world, the college
is making continuous progress day by day, and the sky is not the limit for us.
Perhaps most signiﬁcantly, it has been shown that there are several functions that need to be computed on a
Quantum Computer that cannot be effectively computed with a conventional computer (i.e. a classical computing).
This astonishing result has changed the understanding of computing theory that has been accepted for more than
50 years. So we can say that very soon the bits will be replaced by qubits. Similarly, the application of
Quantum Mechanics to Information Theory has shown that the accepted Shannon limit on the information carrying
capacity of a bit can be exceeded. The ﬁeld of Quantum Computing has produced a few algorithms that vastly
exceed the performance of any conventional computer algorithm. Quantum Computing and Communications will be a
game-changer in the ﬁeld of Cryptography, Big Data Analysis, ML, Telecommunication, Material Science,
Agriculture, and Pharmaceuticals, once this technology is fully developed.
International Conference on Quantum Computing and Communications (QCC- 2023) aims to bridge the gap between the
science of Quantum and the development of an industry surrounding it. The objective of this conference is to
bring together researchers, industry persons and government incumbents to discuss all aspects related to Quantum
Computing and Communications.
QCC-2023 is inviting the contribution from the international Quantum community to form an exceptional program by
showcasing their cutting edge Research, Technologies from Quantum Start-ups and Research Labs. It will provide a
platform for world-class keynote speakers, community-building workshops, technical papers, innovative posters,
stimulating panels, and networking sessions.
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Fundamentals of Quantum Computing (FQC)
The essence of Quantum Physics
Quantum Superposition phenomenon
Quantum Interference phenomenon
Thermodynamics of Quantum Computation
Quantum Algorithms & Applications (QAA)
Quantum information science
Quantum algorithms and complexity
New NISQ friendly algorithms
New quantum solver approaches
Quantum linear algebra
Quantum Machine Learning (QML), encoding and learning algorithms
Quantum simulation of physical systems
Quantum Advantage & Applications - Chemistry, Machine Learning, Finance, Optimization, Biological
Sciences, Medicine & Precision Health Manufacturing & Mining and many more
Quantum Coding Theory (QCT)
Theoretical and mathematical foundations
Quantum information theory
Quantum error-correcting codes
Quantum codes and entanglement
Software techniques for error correction and noise mitigation
Quantum System Software (QSS)
Full quantum software stack: compilers, runtimes, workﬂows, languages, transpilers
Quantum programming, development kits (QDKs), test harnesses, debuggers
software engineering of quantum software
Hybrid quantum-classical systems
System software for quantum annealers, trapped ions, super-conducting qubits, cold atoms and others
Testing, validation, and veriﬁcation of quantum programs and systems
Benchmarking of quantum systems, quantum volume and other metrics
Quantum Networking & Communications (QNC)
Quantum switches, routers, repeaters, and other hardware compnts
Signal processing algorithms for quantum communication
Optical quantum communications
Quantum cryptography, quantum key distribution (QKD)
Post quantum cryptography
Quantum Computing Hardware Engineering (QCHE)
Quantum computing architecture and micro-architecture
Qubit technologies: ion trap, superconducting, quantum dots, silicon, photonics, quantum annealers, and
Qubit design and control
Packaging and cooling
Pulse-level control of qubits
Sensing and metrology
Quantum Effects in Biological Sciences (QEBS)
Quantum Effects in Novel Biological Product Development
Quantum Computing Application in Bioinformatics
Quantum Computing Applications in Drug & Vaccine Research
Quantum Functions in Living Organisms
Quantum Computing in Basic and Applied Sciences (QCBAS)
Quantum Computing and Improving patient care
Quantum Computing and precision medicine
Quantum Computing and Chemical Industry
Contemporary Innovations for Quantum based Agriculture Development
Aditi Sen De, Harish-Chandra Research Institute, Allahabad, India
Alexandre MATZKIN,CY Cergy Paris University France
Andreas Klappenecker, Texas A&M University, USA
Anindita Banerjee, C-DAC Corporate R&D India
Antonio Acin, ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences Barcelona, Spain
Anirban Pathak, Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, Noida
Arun Kumar Pati, Harish-Chandra Research Institute, UP, India
Chander Mohan, Retd. Scientist-G DST India
Christopher A. Fuchs, University of Massachusetts Boston USA
C. M. Chandrashekar, The Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai, India
The QCC 2023 is calling for extended abstract submission. The extended
abstract should give a clear indication of the objectives, scope, methods,
results and conclusions of your work. All the accepted abstracts will be published in the conference proceeding.
All the participants have to present their research work in oral mode only. The soft copy of proceeding will be
provided to all the participants.
QCC2023 will recognize participants who have significantly added value to the scientific community of
science and provide them outstanding Young Scientist Awards. The Young Scientist Award will provide a strong
professional development opportunity for young researches by meeting experts to exchange and share their
experiences at QCC2023 under the theme of the conference.
Any scientist awarded with Ph.D. and at least published two research papers in SCI/SCOPUS Indexed
engaged in research work in any of the laboratories/institutes, who is not more than 35 years of age, as
reckoned on 31 December 2022 is eligible for the Award.
How to apply?
The eligible participants can apply for this award through provided registration link on website.
The participants have to pay only registration fee.
The participants have to submit 10th class certificate as an age proof and first page of at least three
publications during registration process in single PDF file.
The young scientist award will be awarded in all thematic area of QCC2023. So participants have to choose one
theme during the registration.
Each individual participant is allowed to submit maximum 1 extended abstract. Standard format for the same is
available on QCC2023 website
The confirmation will be sent through mail.
All the participants have to present their research work in oral mode only. Maximum 12 minutes will be given
the presentation. The main criteria for selection will be the originality of the candidate's research carried
out independently and his/her understanding as evidenced by publications and performance during the
presentation. Official announcement of the recipients will occur in valedictory function of QCC2023.
BEST PRESENTATION AWARD
All the participants (other than young scientist award applicant) are eligible for this award. All the
participants have to present their research work in oral mode only. Maximum 12 minutes will be given for the
presentation. The main criteria for selection will be the originality of the candidate's research carried out
independently and performance during the presentation. Official announcement of the recipients will occur in
valedictory function of QCC2023. The award will be awarded in all the thematic area of QCC2023.
Baba Farid College, Bathinda, Punjab, India is going to organize an Academia- Industrial interaction program
“Qu-Preneur Summit ---Future Directions for Quantum Startups” on February 11, 2023 under the International Conference on
“Quantum Computing and Communications (QCC- 2023)” that will be held on February 9-11, 2023. The Qu-Preneur Summit aims to
bridge the gap between the science of Quantum and the development of an industry surrounding it. The objective of this event
is to bring together researchers, industry persons, and government incumbents to discuss all aspects related to Quantum Computing and Communications.
We extend a very warm invitation to you to participate in this Academia- Industrial interaction program.
We will provide free accommodation for delegates in college campus on first come first serve basis.
Otherwise, the candidates can avail accommodation on charges basis in the followings hotels of Bathinda.