Invitation to Quantum Informatics FS 18

Lecture: Friday, 13:15 - 15:00, CAB G 59 (Course catalogue)


Lecturer: Prof. Stefan Wolf

Abstract
Followed by an introduction to the basic principles of quantum physics, such as superposition, interference, or entanglement, a variety of subjects are treated: Quantum algorithms, teleportation, quantum communication complexity and "pseudo-telepathy", quantum cryptography, as well as the main concepts of quantum information theory.
Content
According to Landauer, "information is physical". In quantum information, one is interested in the consequences and the possibilities offered by the laws of quantum physics for information processing. Followed by an introduction to the basic principles of quantum physics, such as superposition, interference, or entanglement, a variety of subjects are treated: Quantum algorithms, teleportation, quantum communication complexity and "pseudo-telepathy", quantum cryptography, as well as the main concepts of quantum information theory.


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