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Basic introduction to Quantum Information Processing (QIP) concepts relevant to QAP
This section includes presentations suitable for those with no prior training in physics.
- How Optics shaped Physics, © Prof. Ian A. Walmsley, University of Oxford
- IST - Future and Emerging Technologies - information from experts in the field compiled by the EU Community Research & Development Information Service, Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Initiative
This section includes presentations and tutorials suitable for those with physics training at undergraduate level and above.
- Introduction to Quantum Information Theory and Applications to Classical Computer Science, © Dr. Iordanis Kerendis, University Paris Sud
- Quantum Computing, © J. Eisert, Imperial College London, and M.M. Wolf, Max Planck Insititute for Quantum Optics, Garching
This section includes presentations and tutorials in specific areas of QIP, suitable for those with some training in QIP.
- Teleportation, entanglement and thermodynamics in the quantum world, © Martin B. Plenio and Vlatko Vedral
- The physics of forgetting: Landauer’s erasure principle and information theory, © M. B. Plenio and V. Vitelli
- Multi-particle entanglement, © J. Eisert and D. Gross
- An introduction to entanglement measures, © Martin B. Plenio and Shashank Virmani
- Introduction to the basics of entanglement theory in continuous-variable systems, © J. Eisert and M.B. Plenio
- Gaussian quantum channels, © J. Eisert and M.M. Wolf