Quantum Computing

Visit to the ANU Quantum Information Laboratories 

Visit to the ANU Quantum Information Laboratories  150 150 ieeeeduweek

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Visit the ANU Quantum Information Laboratories 

Hear from Australia’s experts in this area and visit the Labs leading the development of next generation quantum cybersecurity and data security solutions.

1) Presentation on quantum information technologies.  This will include an introduction to the Research Centre and quantum memory. Hear Professior Ben Buchler and Dr Syed Assad speak about methods for quantum key distribution and quantum random number generation. 

2) Then we will visit the labs!
   
Related Fields:  Quantum Computation and Communication; Quantum Optics and Lasers; Electronics

When     8 Wednesday June 2022

Time: 4 pm (approx. 1 hour)

Please arrive 10 minutes before 4pm.

Social distancing rules applies; numbers of registrants limited.  You must wear a musk, bring your own.

Location
ANU Building 38a, Science Road. Opposite Bruce Hall.
https://goo.gl/maps/9P12pDK2wKGicLqMA
Parking is available across from this Building.

Quantum Computing 101

Quantum Computing 101 150 150 ieeeeduweek

Computer Science Seminar

Expert Lecture on Quantum Technology

Expert Lecture on Quantum Technology 1150 750 ieeeeduweek

School of Material Science and Technology, IIT (BHU) took an initiative to promote National Mission on Quantum Technologies & Applications (NM-QTA). Quantum technology is opening up new frontiers in computing, communications, cyber security with wide-spread applications. Quantum Technology is based on the principles of Quantum mechanics developed in the early 20th century to describe nature at the scale of atoms and elementary particles. Using quantum superposition, a set of unbreakable codes or super-speedy information processing, quantum computers are able to mimic several classical computers working in parallel. Quantum technology is manifested through applications in secure communication, disaster management through better prediction, computing, simulation, chemistry, healthcare, cryptography, imaging among others. Scientists have expanded quantum theory to understand biological phenomena such as smell, consciousness, enzyme catalysis, photosynthesis, avian navigation like that of the Robin, origin of life and effects on coronavirus.  It is expected that lots of commercial applications would emerge from theoretical constructs which are developing in this area.

This expert lecture will give a brief introduction to quantum technologies and focus on the field of quantum sensing. In this context our expert will describe developed sensor, the nitrogen-vacancy center in diamond, and present current research directions that are being pursued in current research trend.