John Preskill is presenting the third public lecture in the Frontiers of Physics series at the University of Washington. His talk, Quantum Computing and the Entanglement Frontier, will be available via streaming video beginning at 7:30 pm on Thursday, May 11. It will also be available for viewing after the talk. Other talks in the [...]
John Preskill will present the 2017 Peterson Public Lecture in Physics at Kansas State University on April 18. The Peterson Public Lecture Series presents an annual public talk concerning cosmology or quantum mechanics. In the talk, "Preskill will explain why he loves quantum entanglement, the elusive feature making quantum information fundamentally different from information in [...]
John Preskill is presenting the 2017 Oppenheimer Lecture at the University of California Berkeley. The Oppenheimer lecture is a public lecture with a distinguished tradition. Past lecturers have included: Murray Gell-Mann, Kip Thorne, Freeman Dyson, Chen-Ning Yang, Robert Laughlin, Bruno Zumino, Edward Witten, Martin Rees, Michael Fisher, Stephen Hawking, David Mermin, Claude Cohen-Tannoudji , Frank Wilczek, Lisa [...]
Theoretical physicist Jason Alicea talks about the advancements and challenges of building a quantum computer.
John Preskill presents a public lecture at the Institute for Quantum Computing: "Quantum Computing & the Entanglement Frontier."
Part 2 of John Preskill’s lecture, Introduction to Quantum Information, given at the 12th Canadian Summer School on Quantum Information in 2012.
John Preskill's lecture, Introduction to Quantum Information (part 1 of 2), given at the 12th Canadian Summer School on Quantum Information in 2012.