**Caslav Brukner (University of Vienna)**

Prof. Brukner is the Scientific Director of the Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information (IQOQI) in Vienna. His research interests include Quantum to classical transition, Quantum communication complexity, Bell’s inequalities, Macroscopic entanglement witnesses, and Information-theoretic foundations of quantum theory.

**Francesco Buscemi (Nogoya University)**

Francesco Buscemi is a professor in the Quantum Mathematical Informatics Group of the Department of Mathematical Informatics Graduate School of Informatics at Nagoya University. His research interests include quantum information theory, quantum thermodynamics, quantum statistical mechanics, quantum measurement theory, quantum statistics, and quantum foundations.

**Eric Cavalcanti (Griffith University)**

Eric Cavalcanti is an Associate Professor at the Griffith University. His research interests include quantum foundations, quantum information, experimental metaphysics, causality, and philosophy of physics.

**Nicolas Gisin (University of Geneva)**

Nicolas Gisin is currently a Professor Emeritus at the University of Geneva. His research interests include quantum networks, quantum correlations, quantum communication, Bell inequality, to name a few.

**Matthew Leifer (Chapman University)**

Matthew Leifer is an Assistant Professor at the University of Chapman. His research interests include Quantum Foundations and Quantum Information.

**Morgan M Mitchell (ICFO Barcelona)**

Morgan Mitchell is a professor of physics at ICFO Barcelona. His research interests include Atomic Quantum Sensing, Optical Magnetometry, Quantum Randomness Generation, and Quantum Nonlocality.

**Lee Rozema (University of Vienna)**

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**Hendrik Ulbricht (University of Southampton)**

Hendrik Ulbricht is a professor of physics at the University of Southampton. His research interests include Foundations of quantum mechanics, Nanoparticle cooling techniques, and Experimental tests of collapse models.

**HaraldÂ Weinfurter (LMU)**

Harald Weinfurter is a professor of physics at LMU Munich. His research interests include quantum information, quantum many-body physics, and quantum optics.

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