Date | Topic | References |
Sep 23rd | Admin. Introduction to representation of quantum states. Dirac notation. Tensor products. See this video for an introductory lecture on quantum information science. |
Lectures 1,2 of [Wat] |
Sep 23rd | Finish Random Access Code. Quantum circuits. Superdense coding. |
Lecture 3,4 of [Wat] |
Oct 3rd | Quantum teleportation. Deutsch's algorithm and Simon's algorithm. |
Lecture 4,5,6 of [Wat] |
Oct 10th | Finish Simon's algorithm. Quantum circuits. |
Lecture 6,7 of [Wat] |
Oct 17th | Towards Shor's factoring algorithm: Phase estimation and order finding |
Lecture 8,9 of [Wat] |
Oct 24th | Order finding, factoring. General hidden subgroup problem. |
Lecture 9,10 of [Wat] The quantum query complexity of the hidden subgroup problem is polynomial |
Nov 6th | Density operators, partial trace. Start quantum cryptography with bit commitment |
Lecture 14,15 [Wat] |
Nov 14th | Attend lecture by Monique Laurent in Amphi B as part of this workshop. | |
Nov 21st | Quantum key distribution. | Lecture 18 of [Wat] |
Dec 5th | Grover search (lecture by Natacha Portier) | |
Dec 12th | Bell inequalities and device-independent quantum cryptography. | |
Dec 13th | From 7:40am to 10am: Students' presentation, session 1 |
There would be two sessions of presentations. The report is due one week before the presentation (late submission will be penalized). Here are some guidelines.
For the first session (December 13th), we should hear (alphabetical order with some thematic constraints).