Quantum Computation is an exciting and
rapidly growing field that brings together ideas from
the greatest revolutions in twentieth-century science, Quantum Mechanics and
Theory. The very nature of the field implies collaboration between
researchers working on very diverse subjects ranging from device physics to
abstract computer science and mathematics. The success of the field is
impossible without such collaborations.
The idea of this seminar series is to
bring together researchers working on diverse aspects of Quantum
Computation and its Physical Implementations. The topics of the talks will
cover both mathematical and physical aspects of the field and they will be
held biweekly alternating between Rutgers and NEC.
The seminars are sponsored jointly by
research groups at Computer Science and Physics Departments at Rutgers and
Lev Ioffe (Rutgers)
Martin Roetteler (NEC)
Mario Szegedy (Rutgers)
Home page of Quantum Devices and Information Group at
Physics Department, Rutgers.