Mini Course on Quantum information and quantum computation for mathematicians
Quantum computation and quantum information for mathematicians
by Greg Kuberberg
From March 6th till march the 10th 2017
This mini-course will be an accelerated introduction to quantum information and quantum computation for the benefit of mathematicians.
The foundation of these topics, and quantum mechanics as well, is also known as quantum probability or non-commutative probability.
Although it is entirely rigorous (in contrast to quantum field theory), quantum probability is difficult to understand because its physical interpretation is difficult to
believe. The intellectual value of quantum probability is further increased by quantum computation, which is also rigorous and also difficult to believe.
I will discuss various basics including the definition of qubits and qudits, pure and mixed states, violation of Bell's inequalities, standard quantum algorithms, and quantum error
For the benefit of a quantum algebra audience, I will also describe relations between that field to quantum computation.
|Mini Course on « Quantum information and quantum computation for mathematicians »|
|by Greg Kuperberg|
|Mon Mar 6th 2017||Tue Mar 7th 2017||Wed Mar 8th 2017||Thu Mar 9th 2017||Fri Mar 10th 2017|
|10:00 AM||MIP Conference Room, Building 1R3 1st Floor||Salle Pellos (207) , building 1R2 2nd floor||Salle Pellos (207) , building 1R2 2nd floor||MIP Conference Room, Building 1R3 1st Floor|
|02:00 PM||MIP Conference Room, Building 1R3 1st Floor|
|From 3 to 3h15 PM||Coffee|
|Until 04:00 PM||MIP Conference Room, Building 1R3 1st Floor|