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What I left with from RQI-N 2016

The IQC recently hosted a conference on Relativistic Quantum Information (RQI). My research falls within this field, which is a relatively-new, but quickly-expanding field which exists at the intersection of quantum information and relativity. By utilizing tools from these fields, RQI provides insights into the nature of gravity and the structure of spacetime, as well as how relativity can affect quantum information tasks.

What you can expect from RQI-N 2016

The decade of the 2000s has seen the birth of the fast-growing field of Relativistic Quantum Information (RQI). RQI brings together the two pillars of modern physics, general relativity and quantum theory, with information theory. Results in the field of RQI range from new insights into the laws of Nature (e.g., black hole physics and cosmology) all the way to concrete applications in quantum computing and quantum-secured communication.

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QKD - Quantum Key Distribution Summer School

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