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Both quantum logic (QL) and quantum information (QI) are based on viewing quantum mechanics in terms of concepts closely tied to information, so QL, should be closely connected to QI. On the whole, these two research fields are pursued by separate communities and so a closer collaboration is likely to yield significant insights into both. While taking a broad view of both fields, the workshop will focus on areas that we feel are most likely to spark significant collaboration and new research initiatives.
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Introduction to and Historical Overview of Quantum Logics
Alexander Wilce Susquehanna University
PIRSA:05070090 




Introduction to logics as type theories for quantum processes
Samson Abramsky University of Oxford
PIRSA:05070099 
Preparation contextuality in its myriad forms
Robert Spekkens Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
PIRSA:05070100 

Nondeterministic testing of sequential quantum logic propositions on a quantum computer
Matthew Leifer Chapman University
PIRSA:05070102 
The logic of quantum actions: reasoning about change in quantum systems
Sonja Smets Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB)
PIRSA:05070103 

Discrete phase space based on finite fields
William Wootters Williams College  Department of Physics
PIRSA:05070105