Quantum computation and information theory have drawn on a number of mathematical areas, including computational complexity theory, group representation theory, topology and information theory. Moreover, there is every reason to believe that sophisticated mathematics will play a central role in further developments in the field.
Invited participants include Andris Ambainis, Michael Ben-Or, Vladimir Buzek, Rusins Freivalds, Daniel Gottesman, Markus Grassl, Lisa Hales, Sean Hallgren, Vivien Kendon, Adrian Kent, Zeph Landau, Debbie Leung, Samuel Lomonaco, Frederic Magniez, Dominic Mayers, Ashwin Nayak, Arun Pati, Sandu Popescu, Daniel Rockmore, Mary Beth Ruskai, Miklos Santha, Leonard Schulman, Ashish Thapliyal, Willem van Dam, and Andreas Winter. Additional participants will be participating for shorter periods.
MSRI is grateful for the support of this program by the Office of Naval Research. For another current opportunity in this field, see http://www.aro.army.mil/research/qcbaa02/qcbaa02.pdf.Primary Mathematics Subject Classification No Primary AMS MSC Secondary Mathematics Subject Classification No Secondary AMS MSC
|August 26, 2002 - August 30, 2002||Introductory Workshop in Quantum Computation|
|September 23, 2002 - September 27, 2002||Quantum Algorithms and Complexity|
|November 04, 2002 - November 08, 2002||Quantum Information and Cryptography|
|December 13, 2002 - December 17, 2002||Quantum Information Processing|
|October 21, 2002 - October 25, 2002||Models of Quantum Computing|