2017 IQI Seminars

IQI: Institute for Quantum Information Weekly Seminars

The  IQI Seminar Series provides an opportunity for colleagues in the research community to present recent work.

Unless otherwise noted, seminars are offered on Tuesdays at 3:00 pm in 107 Annenberg.

Date Speaker Talk Title & Link to Abstract
May 16 Graeme Smith, University of Colorado/JILA TBD
May 9 Theodore Yoder, MIT TBD
May 2 Abel Molina, Institute for Quantum Computing, University of Waterloo The optimality of projections for quantum state exclusion
Friday, April 14 **Note: Special Date Friday, April 14 in 106 Annenberg beginning at noon – lunch will be provided
Konrad Banaszek, University of Warsaw, Poland
Quantum metrology gets real
April 4 William Slofstra, Institute for Quantum Computing, Waterloo Entanglement requirements for non-local games
Thursday, March 30 **Note: Special Date Thursday, March 30 beginning at noon – lunch will be provided
Xiaodi Wu, University of Oregon
General randomness amplification with non-signaling security
March 14 Carl Miller, Cryptographic Technology Group NIST Device-Independent Quantum Key Distribution with Parallel Inputs
February 21 Iris Cong, University of California, Los Angeles Topological quantum computation with gapped boundaries and boundary defects
February 14 Alvaro Martin Alhambra, University College, London Recovery maps in quantum thermodynamics
Friday, January 27 Hao-Chung Cheng, National Taiwan University, Taiwan Refined Sphere-Packing Bound and Moderate Deviation Analysis for Classical-Quantum Channels
January 24 Norbert Schuch, Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics Constructing topological models by symmetrization: A Projected Entangled Pair State study
January 10 Victor Albert, PhD Candidate, Liang Group, Yale Drainage solutions for quantum systems