2016 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.

Abstracts for the 2016 Seminars can be viewed here.

Date Speaker Talk Title & Link to Abstract
Nov 22, 2016 Ankit Garg, Microsoft Research, New England Separating quantum communication complexity and approximate log-rank
Nov 1, 2016 Urmila Mahadev, UC Berkeley Interactive Proofs for Quantum Computations
Oct 25, 2016 Stephen Jordan, NIST Adiabatic optimization versus diffusion Monte Carlo
Oct 11, 2016 Barry Sanders, University of Calgary Multipartite Multichannel Interferometry for Quantum Information Processing
Aug 30, 2016 Bill Fefferman, University of Maryland, JQI A Complete Characterization of Unitary Quantum Space
August 23, 2016 David Sutter, Zurich, ETH Multivariate trace inequalities
May 31, 2016 Johannes Bausch, University of Cambridge Size-Driven Quantum Phase Transitions
April 26, 2016 Guifre Vidal, Perimeter Institute Continuous tensor networks for quantum fields: Scale invariance and loss of information along the RG flow
April 19, 2016 Beni Yoshida, Perimeter Institute Out-of-time ordered correlation functions
April 12, 2016 Stephanie Wehner, QuTech, University of Delft Quantum thermodynamics for very small machines
April 5, 2016 Hannes Bernien, Harvard University Loophole-free Bell inequality violation using electron spins separated by 1.3 kilometres
March 29, 2016 Jess Riedel, Perimeter Institute Where are the branches in a many-body wavefunction?
March 8, 2016 Sevag Gharibian, Virginia Commonwealth University A linear time algorithm for quantum 2-SAT
March 1, 2016 Hector Bombin, Perimeter Institute Time-correlated errors in quantum computation
February 9, 2016 Jon Yard, Microsoft Compiling qubits
February 2, 2016 Charles Bennett, IBM Disequilibrium, Classicality, and Complexity
January 19, 2016 Gorjan Alagic, University of Copenhagen Quantum encryption and obfuscation
January 5, 2016 Henry Yuen, MIT Anchoring games for parallel repetition