Quantum mechanics redefines information and its fundamental properties. Researchers at Perimeter Institute work to understand the properties of quantum information and study which information processing tasks are feasible, and which are infeasible or impossible. This includes research in quantum cryptography, which studies the tradeoff between information extraction and disturbance, and its applications. It also includes research in quantum error correction, which involves the study of methods for protecting information against decoherence. Another important side of the field is studying the application of quantum information techniques and insights to other areas of physics, including quantum foundations and condensed matter.
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Noninteractive zeroknowledge arguments for QMA, with preprocessing
Andrea Coladangelo University of California

Sampleefficient learning of quantum manybody hamiltonians
Anurag Anshu Harvard University

The ghost in the radiation: Robust encodings of the black hole interior
Eugene Tang California Institute of Technology

Reflections on quantum gravity in 2020
Ted Jacobson University of Maryland

Random tensors, melonic theories and quantum gravity
Sylvain Carrozza Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Dark Matter meets Quantum Gravity
Manuel Reichert University of Southern Denmark


Virasoro hair and entropy for axisymmetric Killing horizons
Linqing Chen Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST)

Black hole information, spacetime wormholes, and baby universes
Henry Maxfield University of California

Soft modes in quantum gravity
Monica Pate Harvard University

Free Energy from Replica Wormholes
Netta Engelhardt Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)