Quantum Information Processing (2015)



Quantum mechanics is our most fundamental model of the physical world. Compared with the concepts of classical physics that form the basis of our existing techniques for computation and communication, the quantum principles imply a fundamentally different structure for the content of information, promising profound speedups in computation and altered ground rules for communication, with the possibilities for privacy and security put on a more secure basis.

The goal of the Quantum Information Processing schools was to provide a comprehensive training program, targeted to senior Masters and beginning PhD students enrolled at the 4 Universities of the IDEA League. The program got these students fully prepared to undertake original research in this area, to know their colleagues in Europe and internationally, and to provide the seeds for collaboration that will enrich the student’s work, both in the PhD and beyond.

For more information, see the QI Website or download the Doctoral School Information Flyer


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