Quantum interference enables constant-time quantum information processing We live in the age of information and thus efficient data processing is crucial. It is especially important in science, medicine, engineering and information technology that demand fast processing of images, sound, radio signal and records coming from various probes and cameras. Since… Continue Reading Quantum interference enables constant-time quantum information processing
One of the things we are interested in is understanding what are the capabilities of quantum information processing what would we be able to do when we build quantum computers and we’d like to understand whether we can really build scaleable systems that could solve hard problems and I think… Continue Reading John Preskill – Where can our ideas about quantum information processing take us?
so the quantum information graduate program here at University of Waterloo is giving me the chance to work with some very excellent experienced researchers I get to work with you know Kevin my supervisor and also another professor that were in close collaboration with and both of their supervising styles… Continue Reading A student perspective on the Quantum Information Graduate Program at the University of Waterloo
When Schrodinger found out and pointed out in 1935 was that you have a complete knowledge of the whole without knowing the state of any one part. That a thing can be in a definite state, even though its parts were not. That idea was, was never properly explained. And… Continue Reading Charles Bennett – A Founder of Quantum Information Theory
You know it’s a great privilege to be a scientist. Most of humanity whiles away the years performing routine tasks, but what scientists and engineers do today can have a huge impact on society a hundred years from now or more but maybe the hardest thing to decide if you’re… Continue Reading John Preskill – Introduction to Quantum Information (Part 1) – CSSQI 2012
A classical computer performs operations using classical bits, which can be either zero or one. Now in contrast, a quantum computer users quantum bits or qubits. And they can be both zero and one at the same time. And it is this that gives a quantum computer its superior computing… Continue Reading How Does a Quantum Computer Work?
Thanks to Curiosity Stream for supporting PBS Digital Studios. If you have perfect knowledge of every single particle in the universe, can you use the laws of physics to rewind all the way back to the Big Bang? Is the entire history of the universe perfectly knowable? Or has information… Continue Reading Why Quantum Information is Never Destroyed