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PERIMETER INSTITUTE RECORDED SEMINAR ARCHIVE

PIRSA:C05010 - Quantum Information, Computation and Logic: Exploring New Connections - 2005PODCAST Subscribe to podcast

Both quantum logic (QL) and quantum information (QI) are based on viewing quantum mechanics in terms of concepts closely tied to information, so QL, should be closely connected to QI. On the whole, these two research fields are pursued by separate communities and so a closer collaboration is likely to yield significant insights into both. While taking a broad view of both fields, the workshop will focus on areas that we feel are most likely to spark significant collaboration and new research initiatives.

Organizer(s):   Howard Barnum  

Collection URL: http://pirsa.org/C05010


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Are Quantum States Exponentially Long Vectors?
Speaker(s): Scott Aaronson
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Date: 20/07/2005 - 4:15 pm

Nonlocal no-signalling correlations that are locally quantum.
Speaker(s): Howard Barnum
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Date: 20/07/2005 - 5:00 pm

What is a quantum computation?
Speaker(s): Hans Briegel
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Date: 21/07/2005 - 9:30 am

Quantum algorithm and measurement based models of computation.
Speaker(s): Richard Jozsa
Abstract:
Date: 21/07/2005 - 10:15 am

Information flow in graph states computing
Speaker(s): Elham Kashefi
Abstract:
Date: 21/07/2005 - 11:30 am

Generalised Probability Theories as a setting for Quantum Theory and other theories.
Speaker(s): Lucien Hardy
Abstract:
Date: 21/07/2005 - 2:00 pm

Quantum Logics, Spaces of States,Ordered Banach Spaces, and their Connections to the Works of Foulis- Randall, Gunson, Ludwig, Birkhoff- von Neumann ,...
Speaker(s): Tim Cook
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Date: 21/07/2005 - 2:45 pm

The Frequency Operator in Quantum Mechanics.
Speaker(s): Ruediger Schack
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Date: 21/07/2005 - 4:00 pm

A Structure for Quantum Measurements and Observables
Speaker(s): Stanley Gudder
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Date: 21/07/2005 - 4:45 pm

Super-quantum correlations and linear dynamics
Speaker(s): Jonathan Barrett
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Date: 22/07/2005 - 10:15 am

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