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Friday, November 2, 2018 — 2:30 PM EDT

Phys10 Undergraduate Seminar Series

Jon YardDr. Jon Yard

Associate Professor, Department of Combinatorics and Optimization
Institute for Quantum Computing

Quantum information theory generalizes classical notions information and noise, enabling a more complete theory of communication and error-correction that applies to quantum mechanical systems. Quantum error correction will enable us to build quantum computers that will be able to perform calculations that would be infeasible on any conventional computer. In this talk, I will survey various highlights of my research in this area, from the limits of quantum error correction and data compression, to quantum compiling and the study of optimal quantum measurements.

We will be alternating each week between the 4:30 PM (RCH 101) slot and the 2:30 PM (STC 1012) slot. Even if it's not "your" section, you are more than welcome to attend (assuming no lab/class conflicts).

The Phys10 Undergraduate Seminar series welcomes everyone to attend.

Location 
STC - Science Teaching Complex
1012
200 University Ave West

Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1
Canada
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