TAPS 2020 program is postponed to summer 2021 due to COVID-19 pandemic.

TAPS 2020 participants

Chen QianThe Chinese University of Hong Kong, China Geometry of the Pauli channels (Gniewomir Sarbicki)
Hubert DunikowskiGdańsk University of Technology, Poland Cold atoms optical frequency standards for science (Sławomir Bilicki)
Madhura Ghosh DastidarIndian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India Methods of multilinear algebra in multipartite quantum entanglement detection and data analysis (Gniewomir Sarbicki)
Adam Afiq HamidAuckland University of Technology, New Zeland Polarimetry of stars with circumstellar disks (Agnieszka Słowikowska)
Bozhidara StoyanovaUniversity of Manchester, UK IRX-M* relation out to redshift ~7 (Maciej Koprowski)
Grzegorz GomółkaWrocław University of Science and Technology, Poland Spectroscopy with high-finesse cavities (Jolanta Domysławska)

TAPS 2021 participants

Mateja JovanovićUniversity of Belgrade, Serbia Automatic generation of potential energy surfaces for applications in astrochemistry and planetary sciences (Piotr Żuchowski)
Waseem AkbarUniversity of Sargodha, Pakistan How accurate the ab initio DFT can be for the description of noncovalent interaction? (Szymon Śmiga)
Daniel LancasterUniversity of St-Andrews, Scotland CNC control system for 3D printers with stepper drives based on the BeagleBone Black board (Marcin Paprocki)
Irina MaximovaLobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod, Russia Convergence analysis of epsilon-ResNet and its variants (Krzysztof Rykaczewski)
Jawad Bin AnwarChittagong University of Engineering & Technology, Bangladesh Experiments on new process mining technique (Krzysztof Rykaczewski)
Istiak AkibKorea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), South Korea Polarimetry of stars with circumstellar disks (Agnieszka Słowikowska)
Mark BoncykThe Open University, Norway Polarimetry of stars with circumstellar disks (Agnieszka Słowikowska)

See the TAPS2020 poster: