Instructional Course in Quantum Computing
Edinburgh, 27-31 March 2000
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In the past five years the new subject of quantum computing has emerged which both offers the potential of immense practical computing power and also suggests deep links between the well-established disciplines of quantum theory and information theory and computer science. A notable feature of the subject is its interdisciplinary nature with contributions from physicists, mathematicians and computer scientists in particular.
The aim of the instructional course is to provide a comprehensive introduction to current developments in quantum computation/quantum information theory. It is particularly designed to be accessible to computer scientists as well as graduate students and post-docs from other relevant disciplines.
The Instructional Course is one of the activities of UK Quantum Computing Network, funded by the EPSRC.
REGISTRATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 31 JANUARY 2000
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