The lectures will be held in Meeting Room 2 in
the Central Core (the building with grass roof)
of the new Mathematics Faculty site . Light hot meals and sandwich lunches are available in
the cafeteria located in the central core.
The location of the Centre for Mathematical Sciences is described in the web site accessed by clicking on the address above.
Talks will last for about one hour including questions and discussion.
Wednesday 21st June
11am Martin Plenio "Quantum Computing: Problems and Prospects"
12noon Richard Josza "Quantum Algorithms"
2.30pm Sandu Popescu "Quantum Entanglement I"
3.30pm Noah Linden "Quantum Entanglement II"
Thursday 22nd June
11am Dik Bouwmeester "Quantum teleportation, GHZ states, and error-free
12noon Tim Spiller "Practical Quantum Computing: An Industrial Perspective"
2.30pm Andrew Steane "Introduction to Quantum Error Correction"
3.30pm Adrian Kent "Introduction to Quantum Cryptography"
There is no parking on the site and you must find a place in one of
the neighbouring roads. Those near the site tend to be full
but anyone willing to walk a little should find somewhere.
Anyone is welcome to attend but if you do intend to come please email
Ron Horgan (firstname.lastname@example.org). In the event of
oversubscription (>150) priority will be given to earlier registrands.