Quantum Science Seminar
Research Group on Quantum Communication
An interdisciplinary group of faculty & students studies problems in quantum information theory with a focus on quantum communication. Specific goals for the group include: (1) developing protocols for quantum cryptography, (2) estimating numerical invariants associated to quantum channels (such as channel capacity), and (3) studying the use of quantum entanglement as a communication resource.
Our meetings start officially at 10:20am. All faculty and students are welcome to attend. At the meeting on December 5th, Carl Miller will discuss the paper "randomness versus Nonlocality and Entanglement" by A. Acin et al. (Physical Review Letters 108, 100402 (2012).)