Lorentz Center - Quantum Information Processing from 24 May 2004 through 28 May 2004
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    Quantum Information Processing
    from 24 May 2004 through 28 May 2004

 
Our goal for this workshop is to have much time for research, so we will go lightly on the talks

Monday May 24:

10:00 Opening

10:05 Scott Aaronson - Quantum states that pack an exponential punch

10:50 Break

11:15 Hartmut Klauck - Strong direct product theorems and time-space tradeoffs

12:00 time for lunch & research

16:00 Andrew Childs Spatial Search by Quantum Walk

17:00 Wine and Cheese Common Room

 

Tuesday May 25:

10:00 Michael Nielsen - Measurement-based models of quantum computing

10:45 Break

11:15 Oded Regev Lattice based cryptography, quantum and some learning theory

12:00 time for lunch & research

16:00 Julia Kempe - The local Hamiltonian Problem: Pushing the constant to its limit

 

Wednesday May 26:

10:00 Richard Gill - How true is fidelity? [strange convergence rates in

estimating state of a qubit]

10:45 Break

11:15 Edward Farhi - On the status of quantum adiabatic evolution

12:00 time for lunch & research

16:00 Louis Salvail - On the key-uncertainty of quantum ciphers and the

computational security of one-way quantum transmission

18:30 Workshop dinner @ MALLE JAN

 

Thursday May 27:

10:00 Yaoyun Shi - Quantum and classical tradeoffs

10:45 Break

11:15 David Divincenzo - Constrained quantum operations and secure bit

commitment

12:00 time for lunch & research

16:00 Alain Tapp Pseudo Telepathy

 

Friday May 28:

10:00 Madalin Guta - Quantum control

10:45 Break

11:15 Hein Roehrig Coin Flipping

12:00 time for lunch & research

16:00 Barbara Terhal - Fault-tolerant quantum computation for

non-Markovian noise

 

 



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